Ginos East South Loop2 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 521 S Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60605, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3129391818
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant
Gino’s East South Loop is a long-running chain that is popular for offering thin-crust pizzas, Chicago-style deep-dish and other delectable Italian comfort fare. Other than their wide range of delectable pizzas and the Chicago land beers on tap, the place also serves chicken wings, fried calamari, mozzarella sticks, a variety of salads, soups, sandwiches, Mac n’ cheese, desserts and much more. They also offer an extensive array of craft beer selection in cans and bottles along with delicious house-made cocktails and the some of the finest wines. The restaurant is also known for allowing customers to leave graffiti on the wall. The Gino’s East South Loop really does live up to its reputation of being one of the best pizza places in Chicago.
How to Reach Ginos East South Loop
- Bus 2, 6, 29, 62, 146, 148 to stop : State & Harrison/Congress
- Bus 22, 24, 62, 850, 851, 855, 856 to stop : Dearborn/Harrison
- Train RI to stop : LaSalle Street
- Subway Red Line to stop : Harrison
Ginos East South Loop Reviews & Ratings
If you wanna try some deep dish pizza this seems like a great place to go. We aren’t the biggest fans of deep dish pizza but definitely provided want we were looking for. Amazing service. Honestly we’d say it was outstanding. Nice, quite atmosphere.
Service was great. Pizza was a traditional Chicago Style Deep dish. It was wonderful in all ways. The crust was perfect and the sauce was wonderful. We also had the Spinach Artichoke dip and it was made in house and absolutely to die for. My sister loves dio and this was by far her favorite. In fact she wanted to go back again before we left we simply ran out of time
Gino's East has good deep dish pizza, but not the best in Chicago. My friend and I came for a weekend dinner and were seated right away. Our waiter was super nice and attentive. We shared a Gino's Supreme pizza which came with sausage or pepperoni (your pick), green peppers, onions, and mushrooms. I did like how it wasn't overly greasy or saucy, and that the toppings were more finely cut and easy to eat. The cheese to crust ratio was great. With that said, I didn't like the crust that much because it felt rather doughy and mushy because of how wet the toppings were. We got one of the smaller sized pizzas (that served 2) but felt it was rather small and expensive. The experience and food probably gets 3.5 stars in total. It wasn't bad, but also wasn't particularly good. If you're from out of town, there are definitely better places that are worth a visit.
Small dimly lit place with a good atmosphere. Although I took my pizza to go. Was not impressed with the young man at the register. He needs to work on his personal skills. But overall the pizza is as good as I remember it to be. I ordered a deep dish with sausage,pepperoni, onion,bellpepper mushroom and it didn't disappoint. Taste like heaven with crushed tomato sauce. Since you're spending the money go all out. Trust me it's well worth it
Friendly well-trained staff with comprehensive knowledge of the menu made it easy to order exactly what I wanted. From fresh local beers to perfectly aged wines they had everything we needed. Look forward to visiting again when we are in town thank you.