Pizza is pizza so this place at least deserves more than one star but not much more. Each slice has enough grease to lube up a rusted piece of 1920's farm equipment. Slice sizes are generous but the "mushy-ness" of the cheese and toppings doesn't do it any favors.
5 buck lunch deal garners you 2 good sized cheese slices and a soda. Toppings can be added for extra and they serve basic Pepsi fountain products.
Overall, the NY style slices we shared were good and I'd order them again. I took a bunch of pics of their menu so you can see their prices and really, that might be my only gripe. I thought their prices were a little high for pizza etc.
It's quite clean, spacious, and well appointed inside, so you'll likely feel very comfortable if you eat in. They also do delivery, though I don't know if it is free or not. I see their delivery cars all over Carolina Forest whenever they are open and I know that they are a very popular place simply based on that alone. Indeed, their pizza is certainly a step up from Pizza Hut, Hungry Howie's, etc...but they also don't seem to offer the specials/deals that those other chain pizza places do. I'd say you can get about twice as much pizza from one of the chain places for the same price that you pay for a Gino's pie.
FYI, this isn't gourmet or coal fired pizza or anything like that (which is totally okay by me), it's just solid, NY Style pizza, so if you're looking for that, you'll likely enjoy Gino's. Slices are good sized, but be aware, they are very thin. You'll definitely want to fold your slices to eat them.
Just a few doors down from the Kroger's...you can't miss it. Lots of parking out front.
Hands down some of the best pizza I've had in the Myrtle Beach area. We have tried so many pizza places since moving to the south and nothing comes close to tasting like pizza from up north, but the pizza here is delicious. Can't beat this place for a simple cheese pie and the location is great since we live in the Carolina Forest area. Our favorite pizza place for a while used to be Aromas but since trying Gino's we haven't gone back to it in almost a year.