We had dinner here, and were not disappointed. Friendly service, interesting dishes prepared well. Give it a try.
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We were excited to move into town and learn there was an Italian restaurant right downtown. That excitement lasted until we went there. The food was decent enough for small town Italian, but there wasn't anything on the menu to really excite us. Plus, the...More
I've eaten here about 3 times and I've never felt that my meal was all that great. It's often crowded so others must be happy.
People are very nice who work here. Being of Italian decent, the food was just okay in my opinion. They need to improve on the large pieces of lettuce they serve as salads.
Italian restaurants are always either good or great. Gina's is very good, not great, but far superior than average. Stick to the specials. You will be super happy and the prices are aligned with the food and service.
Try the Rigatoni Pesto with grilled chicken and roasted pine nuts.... delicious. They also service delicious bread with lunch and dinner. This is a great local place.
We manage to get to the central California coast about once a year and always make it to Gina's for lunch. We have never been disappointed. The butternut squash raviolis are absolutely delicious! Others in our group were equally pleased with their meals. Service was...More
We came here on the recommendation of our hotel concierge, who suggested that we could get an excellent Italian meal here. I respectfully disagree: it was not an excellent Italian meal (mediocre to pretty good, at best). We enjoyed our visit to Gina's, but not...More
Fond memories of Gina's are a thing of the past. The atmosphere is not very comfortable, and the food does not stand up to the finer Italian restaurants in San Luis Obispo County. We drive the extra miles to Pismo Beach for Italian meals.
Been going to Gina's for years... to meet friends, have a business meeting, or just to relax with a glass of wine. Small intimate Italian restaurant with great food, service and small town ambience. No TVs, just the sounds of happy people enjoying the many...More