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View the Gino's Primo Pizza, San Gabriel Menu

Restaurant: Gino’s Primo Pizza, San Gabriel

Where: 717 W. Las Tunas, San Gabriel

Phone: (626) 576-5945

Reservations: Not required

Cocktails: Beer and wine

Service: Counter and delivery

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: No

Credit Cards: No but there’s an ATM on premises

Kid’s Menu: No

Senior Discount: Yes

Hours: Mon. – Thurs. 11 – 9, Fri. 11 – 10, Sat. Noon – 9, Sunday 4 – 8pm, open early on Sundays during football season

Food to Go: Yes

Catering Menu: Yes

Price Range: $1.15 - $20.50

Individual pepperoni pizza

My batteries died, and I did not get as many pictures as usual.  Sorry.

DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by SanGabrielValleyMenus.com

 

Gino’s Primo Pizza in San Gabriel Goes Way Beyond Pizza

By Bill Coburn

 

Gino’s Primo Pizza in San Gabriel is not your typical pizza place.  Gino’s has been around for twenty years, 6 of them under the stewardship of current owner Joe Harvey.  While it’s true that many pizza places will offer you sandwiches, salads, and even pasta, Gino’s goes even further.  It’s the only pizza place I can think of that also dishes up ribs and chicken.

 

We stopped in the other night, began our evening with a delicious order of cheese sticks with a tasty marinara sauce.  Then, Keelan ordered the pepperoni pizza.  Keelan really liked the pizza, and even noticed that the crust was almost bread-like, but with a sweetness to it.  I ordered the Chicken Florentine, with chunks of chicken breast sautéed in Gino’s own homemade alfredo sauce, with fresh spinach and romano cheese.  At Gino’s, you can order your pasta a la carte (with garlic bread only), or as a dinner (with garlic bread and a salad).  I ordered the dinner and upgraded the salad to an antipasto salad.  The salad was quite large, enough for all three of us to have a good portion.  The pasta was delicious, with loads of chicken breast and spinach.  I ate what I could that night, and had enough for a very good sized lunch the next day.  The garlic bread was also good, and complemented the pasta well.  Katie ordered some chicken, with mashed potatoes and gravy.  I enjoyed the couple bites I had, and agreed with Katie that it was quite tender and juicy.  Mashed potatoes are a weak spot of mine, and I took home the leftovers and devoured them the next day, even without the gravy. 

 

Gino’s has a nice variety of hot and cold sandwiches, most of them under $4 for the small, and under $6.00 for the large. They offer daily lunch specials, including a 6” sandwich with soup or salad for under $5.00, or a sandwich with fries, again, under $5.00.  Lunch specials also include a spaghetti special, a lasagna special, a manicotti special, and a ravioli special, all with meat sauce and garlic bread.  There’s even a Primoburger special.  All of the lunch specials are under $6.00.

 

Another nice feature on the menu is the family pasta meal feasts section, though these specials are no longer limited to pasta.  Spaghetti, ravioli, lasagna and mostaciolli/broccoli feasts come with 4 orders of the pasta, a large salad, a pitcher of soda or a 2-liter soda and 8 pieces of garlic bread.  There’s also a fried chicken feast, a ribs feast, and a chicken and ribs feast.  Next time you’re having a family gathering, keep these big meals in mind.  And if you’re having a party, check out their catering menu, which features sandwiches, salads, pastas and more, all at reasonable prices.

 

Gino’s has two big screen TVs (great for Monday Night Football), and has a happy hour from 4 to 6pm Monday thru Thursday, featuring reduced beer and appetizer prices. 

 

You can check out the menu for Gino’s Primo Pizza at www.sangabrielvalleymenus.com/ginosprimo pizza.  And while you’re there, you might want to download one of the coupons, new customers can get a pizza for half off with purchase of a pizza, or $3.00 off a large pizza, or $2.00 off a medium pizza.

 

It seems like comedy is experiencing a resurgence as a popular way for local places to draw people in.  I mentioned in last week’s column that Domenico’s in Arcadia has made Saturday nights comedy night.  This week, I found out that my longtime friend Franchi San Pedro has brought comedy into Monrovia.  The Brass Elephant, located at the historic Aztec Hotel on Foothill Blvd. in Monrovia, is now featuring comics from Comedy Central, B.E.T., Last Comic Standing and many other shows on Wednesday night in the Mayan Room.  Shows start at 8:30pm, with the doors opening at 8pm.  Shows are $3.50 per person, with a one beverage minimum.  It is 21 and over only, though, so leave the kids at home.  For more information or reservations, call 358-3231.

 

A couple of my favorite places in Sierra Madre have special events this weekend.  Beantown Café and the Buccaneer Lounge are featuring special concerts, courtesy of Jay and Marie Senese.  You may have read about them, the Seneses have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Fortune Small Business, New York Times, Chicago Tribune. Marie and Jay have become the first eBay sellers to reach the 200,000 favorable feedback level.  They were the first to reach 100,000 in 2002, and even now in 2004, only 15 sellers have attained that milestone.  This out of 430,000 full-time sellers.  So to celebrate, they decided to sponsor the special concert dates.  On Saturday, Nov. 13th, Garrison Starr and Andre Comeau will perform at Beantown (45 N. Baldwin Ave.), and on Sunday, Nov. 14th, Tommy Keene and The Condors will perform at the Buccaneer, (70 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.) courtesy of the Seneses. 

 

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