This venue is closed.
The zebras on the red walls at this restaurant have been mesmerizing kids since it opened in 1945. The menu includes non-designer Italian items like chicken à la cacciatore, veal Marsala, and manicotti. The pastina in brodo can beat the pants off any chicken soup, with stars added as a bonus. Tables are close together, so Gino is better for older kids, who will feel very grown-up here.
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