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Nostalgic Visit To Gino’s Pizza in South Beach Miami

After leaving Groovy’s Pizza disappointed the other day, while down in South Beach, Miami, I walked down the street and found Gino’s pizza again.  My last visit to Gino’s took place when I first started the site, so I was anxious to review it again.  The placed smelled great, and had air conditioning on which […]

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Nostalgic Visit To Gino’s Pizza in South Beach Miami

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After leaving Groovy’s Pizza disappointed the other day, while down in South Beach, Miami, I walked down the street and found Gino’s pizza again.  My last visit to Gino’s took place when I first started the site, so I was anxious to review it again.  The placed smelled great, and had air conditioning on which was excellent on this hot day.

Ordered just one regular slice, which just came out of the oven so it was nice and hot.  Gino’s is substantially better then Groovy’s Pizza, and if you are seeking out a place that is open late at night with fresh pizza, you should try Gino’s over the competition.  Should you go to the beach and want a slice during the day, all the pizza comes out fresh and isn’t sitting around waiting in a fancy design for you.

The sauce was tasty, and sweet, the cheese was delicious, and the crust was tasty.  The crust however, did not hold up very well, and was a bit soggy maybe due to the heat of the pie just coming out.  All in all I found this to be a great slice, and one I will go back and try in the future.

I will give Gino’s Pizza in South Beach, Miami, 5 out of 8 slices.  Skip the other establishments and come straight to Gino’s.

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2 Responses to “Nostalgic Visit To Gino’s Pizza in South Beach Miami”

  • […] Since I never seem to learn, I was walking by the window of Pizza Rustica in South Beach the other day.  After seeing the display in the window, I decided to go in and buy a slice.  After spending like $4.00 for this think little piece of pizza, I had to wonder if the previous reviewers of this place, like the New Times, and Zagat should qualify as pizza reviewers.  Either these other sites that have given this place a “best of Miami” award, and “Best Late Night Dining” are on the payroll, or they need to get new tasters.  There is nothing about this pizza that is extraordinary, not even remotely close.  Down the block you can find a tremendously better slice at Gino’s. […]

  • […] dramatically!  In my opinion this pizza is better then Groovy’s but far worse tasting then Gino’s down the block.  Skip this place and head to Gino’s […]

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