Gauley Bridge Edition: Gino's Pizza & Spaghetti House

By Candace Nelson - 9:08 PM

Gino’s - Gauley bridge

"The Town of Gauley Bridge sits at the confluence of the Gauley and New Rivers which join to form the Kanawha River. Its name is derived from the wooden, covered bridge that carried traffic on the James River & Kanawha Turnpike across the Gauley River," according to the National Park Service.

Gino’s - Gauley bridge

My trip to Gauley Bridge, though, was made to cross the Gino's location off my list. In fact, this may be the first Gauley Bridge restaurant I've been to, period!

Gino’s - Gauley bridge

This location didn't have a drive-thru, but it was clear they saw a good bit of foot traffic just based on the short time I was there. It was a little run-down, but because it is well-loved. I ordered a pizza with mushrooms - my usual. The toppings didn't go all the way to edge and instead were centered in the middle, making it a bit heavy and soggy. Flavor not bad overall.

Gino’s - Gauley bridge

Grade: B

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