Open Hours: Tu-F 11a-2p; Tu-Th 5p-10p; F-Sa 5p-11p; Closed Mondays
BizJournal Online has voted Gino's as the Best Place for a low-profile lunch. The atmosphere is classy and relaxed, and ... More
BizJournal Online has voted Gino's as the Best Place for a low-profile lunch. The atmosphere is classy and relaxed, and the owner actually speaks Italian. The restaurant caters to business and leisure travelers and it also has a kid-friendly environment. The menu offers pasta and veal entrees as well as a huge seafood salad. There are also numerous options for vegetarians. An indoor bar serves a large selection of wines, beers and other alcoholic drinks. Drinks can be ordered for the outdoor dining area, too.
OMG this place is awesome. Everything is scrumptious. Only Italian restaurant I have ever liked. You MUST have dinner here! The bread with the garlicky olive oil dip is fabulous and I could eat the red sauce alone by the bowlful.
The atmosphere was nice but the food was definitely not good. It lacked in presentation, and there were 4 of us and none of us were happy with what we ordered.
I will say the bartender made some dynamite rum and cokes and the bread and olive oil was good. Let me mention the service was terrible. We ordered drinks at the bar but they seated us at our table and said they would bring the drinks to us....about 10 minutes later.
The first time I walked into Gino's, I knew I was in for a treat!!! I am the wife who was in my Sicilian grandmothers kitchen!! Oh, those beautiful aromas!!! The tastes matched, and with the warmth of the owner, and his genuinely friendly staff, I was in heaven!!! Being 100% Sicilian-American, and a life-long resident of St.Louis, I can tell you this: Forget the Hill, unless you want to shop for your own ingredients. Why bother? You can dine at the best place in town - GINO'S Mangia! Chow!
Named after Missouri politician Robert E. Hannegan, the restaurant is modeled after the U.S. Senate Dining Room. In other words,
it instantly brings to mind luxury and patriotism. Many of the menu items, dating back over 20 years, are ...
This is a casual, always crowded place where families, sports lovers and anyone looking for satisfying Italian food congregate. Among
menu items, the Cunetto's salad is not to be missed. Favorites among the 20 pastas include spaghetti and broccoli ...
The Hampton Inn and Suites St. Louis at Forest Park is located approximately five miles from downtown St. Louis, and
is 16 miles from Lambert St. Louis International Airport. Local attractions include the Gateway Arch, approximately five miles away, ...