on February 19, 2004
Real Chicago pie. I think this place has the best pizza in town. Some people swear by Lou Malnati's pizza, but I find the crust too sweet and the pizza flavorless. Gino's is a legend and a must-do when in town. It feels a little more tourist-y than it needs to, but the pie i sso good you won't mind. Stuff your face at Gino's; you'll be glad you did.
It takes around 45 minutes for the pie to cook so get an order of garlic bread and enjoy your fellow diners. . .
The whole place is covered in graffiti, so bring a sharpie or marker with you and "leave your mark on Chicago."
Don't get too many veggies on your pie; the water content drains out on the pizza and makes it soggy.
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