For deep-dish pizza, many locals and visitors prefer to heft a slice at Gino’s, whose golden crust cradles a pound of cheese and ladleful of chunky tomato sauce. Bonus: you’re encouraged to graffiti the walls, staircases and chairs while you wait. Bring your own markers.
There are several Gino’s locations around town. This one is the original and has the coolest ambience, sort of dark and punk.
Lines are typically long to get in. Reservations are not accepted at this Gino’s, though some of the other locations do take them.
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