Ravenswood Edition: Gino's Pizza & Spaghetti House

By Candace Nelson - 9:49 PM

Ginos - Ravenswood

Let's go to Gino's Pizza and Spaghetti House and order a sub. Do you call them subs, hoagies, grinders, heroes, or something else? I usually call them hoagies or subs when they are cold. But then it all changes whenever it's a hot one.

Ginos - Ravenswood

Either way, I wanted to try the Sicilian sandwich at Ravenswood because I had a craving. And it was a decent sandwich - The Sicilian has hot ham, Genoa salami, pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, black olives, onions, banana peppers, green peppers, oregano, lettuce and Gino's sub sauce served on an oven baked sub. Here's my beef with hot subs: They usually toast them too much so that the outer layer of bread is just crumbling apart and making a mess when I would much rather have that nice deep bite into a soft bread. So the hot sandwich was not my favorite; I think I would try this as a cold sandwich next time. I did however enjoy the combination of all the different meats cheese and veggies along with the sauce.

Grade: B

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