York countians renew their love for G...

York countians renew their love for Gino's restaurant

There are 25 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Mar 30, 2011, titled York countians renew their love for Gino's restaurant. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Audrey Contres and Only in York County blogger Joan Concilio talk about their Gino's food and the trip from York County to King of Prussia.

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the librarian

Altamonte Springs, FL

#1 Mar 30, 2011
Wished I could have gone on the trip.
I loved Gino's, Huntley's, Avalong's, Hardee's and Melvin's. Nobody could beat Melvin's frosty malts, yumalicious.
Melvin's was where you get off on E. Market St.now.
The fries were to die for also.
steve

York, PA

#3 Mar 30, 2011
the librarian wrote:
Wished I could have gone on the trip.
I loved Gino's, Huntley's, Avalong's, Hardee's and Melvin's. Nobody could beat Melvin's frosty malts, yumalicious.
Melvin's was where you get off on E. Market St.now.
The fries were to die for also.
yep i remember them toooo>
george

York, PA

#4 Mar 30, 2011
Lord Humongous wrote:
Oh yeah, cause everyone knows that York Countians need a reason to become even MORE morbidly obese, right? I mean seriously....those two women in the photo look like they need more greasy sh*t in their diets, right? I will bet $100.00 that the older lady is "disabled" and probably has a handicapped plat on her minivan so that she doesn't have to walk any further than she has too, & has to catch her breathe at the order counter. The younger one, is probably border-line diabetic (if she isn't diabetic already) and is all excited about being able to shovel down more greasy York County crap!! Ummm-ummm!!! York County needs more healthier choices, not more fatty, greasy, crap!! What, all the Marcellos, Jim & Nena's, and buffets aren't enough? I thought it was bad when all of the Five Guys starting popping up (more dripping with grease crap) but now we are going to maybe get more in the area? Insane. Yuck!
And another trailer trash person speaks!
the librarian

Altamonte Springs, FL

#5 Mar 30, 2011
Life and your body is what you make of it. Not all of us have the same metabolism.
I, for one, am from York County and in no way obese. Everyone has choices to make, food, life etc.
Dumkoff

Red Lion, PA

#6 Mar 30, 2011
Lord Humongous wrote:
Oh yeah, cause everyone knows that York Countians need a reason to become even MORE morbidly obese, right? I mean seriously....those two women in the photo look like they need more greasy sh*t in their diets, right? I will bet $100.00 that the older lady is "disabled" and probably has a handicapped plat on her minivan so that she doesn't have to walk any further than she has too, & has to catch her breathe at the order counter. The younger one, is probably border-line diabetic (if she isn't diabetic already) and is all excited about being able to shovel down more greasy York County crap!! Ummm-ummm!!! York County needs more healthier choices, not more fatty, greasy, crap!! What, all the Marcellos, Jim & Nena's, and buffets aren't enough? I thought it was bad when all of the Five Guys starting popping up (more dripping with grease crap) but now we are going to maybe get more in the area? Insane. Yuck!
Shove it Humongous !!!
Repeat as Necessary

Mount Laurel, NJ

#7 Mar 30, 2011
I remember a rumor that was out there that they were serving Kangaroo meat. I think Kangaroo would probably be more expensive that beef. Maybe they were using Aussie beef.
Bill L

Louisville, KY

#8 Mar 30, 2011
When Gino's first opened on E Market St. it was a cold night and both Gino and Alan Ameche stood outside in overcoats and signed autographed photos....as much as I loved the Colts I don't know how those photos ever left my possession.
Lord Humongous

United States

#9 Mar 30, 2011
Uhhh.....I think the trailer park trash are the ones eating this greasy crap. Like I said, how much more of these places does York County actually need? How about some variety? We need more of this sh*t food like Lancaster needs Amish.
Rendell

Hanover, PA

#10 Mar 30, 2011
Hey Humongous....you ever here of "what
the market will bear" The restaurants
you speak of would not be in business
if there wasn't enough income to support them.
Obviously there is. Most are jammed full
on Weekend nights. Are you that much of an
idiot not to realize that market research is
done by large chains before they open in any
given metro area??? It is that research that
tells them there business model will be success or
even a failure in any given area.
So YOU don't like it FINE....DONT freakin eat
there NOBODY says you have to eat there.
Lori

Mount Wolf, PA

#11 Mar 30, 2011
Come Back Please Gino's Gino's Gino's Good Food..
yuk

York, PA

#12 Mar 30, 2011
Lord Humongous wrote:
Uhhh.....I think the trailer park trash are the ones eating this greasy crap. Like I said, how much more of these places does York County actually need? How about some variety? We need more of this sh*t food like Lancaster needs Amish.
L.H. if anyone is a pig here, it's you. You toss out insults as if you have some right to judge others. I bet the ladies in the picture are way cooler than you and God knows they are sure to be a lot nicer. If you don't like York or fastfood, then move and don't eat it. You will not be missed. Why do people like you feel the need to spread your hatefulness?
Dick Gozinya

York, PA

#13 Mar 30, 2011
I remember eating at Gino's in York when I was a little kid, and from what I remember it was really good, but I can't imagine why anyone would drive to King of Prussia, or even to Maryland, just to eat there? It's not that good.
Jay

Lancaster, PA

#14 Mar 30, 2011
I loved working there. It was well managed, unlike where I'm working now.
Dick Gozinya

York, PA

#15 Mar 30, 2011
Jay wrote:
I loved working there. It was well managed, unlike where I'm working now.
What, Burger King isn't well managed?:D I kid, I kid.
concerned in pa - dover

Red Lion, PA

#16 Mar 30, 2011
Can't believe they are bring back Gino's that was my 1st job when I was 16 living in Maryland made 1.90 an hour...and for some reason that 1.90 sure lasted a lot longer then my paycheck does now!
San Dimas

Lancaster, PA

#17 Mar 30, 2011
Rock on dudes. Hurry up and come to york
Jim

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#18 Mar 30, 2011
Do you remember BOB and MINN'S Drive In across from the Stoney Brook Theater? Great Ham Sandwiches,Burger's and Shakes. Curb service, Driving Range and Trampoline center. Lot's of fun. Just like American Graffiti!!!!! Life was good back then. Late 50's to 1965.
Gino Jay

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Mar 31, 2011
I'm ready to go back to work immediately! I still have my paper hat, my hot pants, and my patty spatula. I'd like judicial notice to be taken that Gino's is hot stuff!
Hamburglar

Philadelphia, PA

#20 Mar 31, 2011
Oh man! Gino's is back? He better recognize!!
Bob

Philadelphia, PA

#21 Mar 31, 2011
Gino Jay wrote:
I'm ready to go back to work immediately! I still have my paper hat, my hot pants, and my patty spatula. I'd like judicial notice to be taken that Gino's is hot stuff!
Interesting. Your post #19.

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