Gino’s Real New York Pizza is a small, glass front restaurant that isn’t fancy but serves fantastic food. Owned and operated by real New Yorkers, they serve authentic pizzas, calzones, and more! They are open for lunch and dinner, 11:00 am- 10:00 pm seven days a week.
Get started with an appetizer like chicken fingers, fried mushrooms, jalapeño poppers, garlic knots or the unique Pinwheels that are like a tiny rolled up pizzas with spinach or pepperoni. Keep it light with a salad: Caesar, Chef or Garden. You can order Pizza by the Slice or 16, 18 or 20 inch pie with the usual toppings. Get something unique like a Bada Bing, White, or Sicilian Pizza. They also have Calzones and Stromboli stuffed with cheese and a variety of fillings. Try a plate of Manicotti, Stuffed Shells, Lasagna, or Spaghetti and Meatballs. To round out the menu, they have sub sandwiches, desserts and daily specials. Fountain drinks are served with your dine-in, carry out or delivery items.
Gino’s Real New York Pizza is the perfect place for families or friends to share a meal sitting at one of the many square-top tables. The decor is simple but inviting with a checkered black and white floor, cream walls and framed black and white New York photographs.
Gino’s: Real New York Pizza Reviews
See what 2 MyrtleBeach.com users said about Gino’s: Real New York Pizza:
I would have given them 4 stars if it was last year, but they have started to really skimp on everything. I am only talking about their $23.00 Margarita pizza...North Myrtle Beach Gino's is a disappointment...you may get one slice of mozzerella per slice, maybe 2 leaves of basil chopped up and spread sparsely and sparingly (if you wanted more, they charge you for it) on their largest pizza, and the dough is paper thin as well as the tomatoes. The Gino's in Myrtle Beach would get 5 stars....they use perfect thickness of dough (still NY style), ample fresh mozzerella cheese, the tomatoe slices are perfect thickness and lots of full fresh basil leaves. No extra charge. Yummy.
We will never be back. If you're going to leave the north and move to south to open up a pizza place, please learn some manners. Treat customers the way you desire to be treated.
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