I remember Gino's when I lived in Long Beach in 1963. Of course, the taste of their pizza changed. I would do anything to have that taste again, whether it be at Gino's or in Brooklyn. It is just not the same. However, this is one of the best pizzas around for what we see today. I tried it a year ago and was impressed. The veal parmesan hero was good too. I hope they never close! I actually travel an hour each way just to get this and take it home and freeze some. Please guys, don't ever close and don't change the recipe or sauce!
A SLICE OF NEW YORK!
This is the pizzeria of Gino's Italian Ices, and it lives up to its legend- a true icon of New York. I have gone here when I was a child, and I now take my children. It is a perfect place for familes, both for atmosphere and prices- and taste you can't beat!
The sit down part of restaurant has consistently been consistently one of the best Southern Italian style places on all of Long Island and at reasonable prices, In Long Beach it wouldn't have lasted all these yeare if it wasn't. Service can be hectic and may be there is no atmosphere but you can't beat the food!
I have lived in long beach for 20 years and many many years ago Gino's was a good italian restaurant. I have given the restaurant three chances in the past 6 monthsand will not go back. #1 Went for dinner the waitress was irritable forgot to bring the cheese, did not have the wine and had to be reminded. when we ordered the two glasses she failed to recommend that a carafe would have given us three glasses of wine for less than the two glasses she brought. When I brought that to her attention she replie ok I'll just bring you a third glass for the carafe price.and though the portions were large, the pasta was over cooked and the sauce non descript, the meatballs were bread balls we paid $78.00 for this meal. #2 Ordered some heros for take out on another occassion very, very expensive and for the price not very big and I have had better. #3 As Ginos does not deliver I called and ordered a pizza 1/2 cheese & 1/2 pepperoni. Went to pick it up & find some parking to retreave what has been alleged as the best pizza in Long Beach. It was close to being one of the worst pizza's I have ever ate. I like a well done crust bit this was burnt. The onions were like wedges the sauce was not good. In fact my husband and I had one slice each and left it in the kitchen for the kids and they took one bite and would not eat it. we ended up throwing it out. Very overated. Unfortunatley it is darn near impossible to get a decent pizza in long beach.
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