Went for dinner. People were nice, but food was average or less. Ordered the pasta carbonara and it was a greasy mess. Not very good. Kale salad was good.
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A Thursday early evening rain inspired us to avoid the wet and ran into this place. Decorated Italian, this corner location shared a busy San Rafael avenue with comfortable seating. Martini, $11.25, a large Martini glass was good. Fume' Blanc, $10.00 was average. Caesar salad,$8.50,...More
my sister and brother-in-law took me there for dinner last night. they are frequent customers there. I had their Insalata Salmon for dinner. It was delicious! I had their Triple Chocolate Cake for dessert. That was decadent delight! The service was wonderful!
We are now turning our friends on to this place and they love it! Locals and out-of-towners are turning into big fans. now we are part of the Ginolina family.
WE visited the Bistro GinoLina on a weekday mid-afternoon with 3 kids in tow (ages 2,8 and 10). They graciously prepared a special dish for our 2 year old grandchild while the older children enjoyed choices from the adult menu (a kid menu is available)....More
Not your typical Italian-American fare. Limited selection but always good Try the fava bean bruschetta appetizer Reasonably priced wine selections
Walking distance, it just feels like home. Friendly service, solid menu, well-made and nicely presented. When we want a home-cooked meal but can't muster the energy, we relax with our friends right here in our neighborhood.
We found this place through Living Social. We made reservations, but it didn't appear that we needed any. Our waiter greeted us at the door and took very good care of us for the entire time. He was friendly, knowledgeable, and fun to talk to....More
Great food, personable service, reasonable prices...feels like your a guest in someones home. I highly recommend if your looking for classic Italian fare.
We enjoyed our meal but it really wasn't anything outstanding. The service was very good. Prices seemed at the high end.