For a displaced Dentral New Yorker, this place was a great find. Pizza is such a regional thing, and I've always had a hard time finding pizza I liked when I'm in a new state (Texas? Think Ragu on pop-tart crust with jalapenios and Ranch dressing. Yuck!).
Gina Maria's sauce tastes just like some really high-end, longtime family owned places from home, like Art's Jug and Twin Trees. Some kind of secret family recepie. The plus, is that prices at Gina's are reasonable. The crust nees some work. It's a tad dry for my liking.
Pros: Good Price, Good Sauce, Free Delivery
Cons: Tiny, don't eat-in, Mediocre Service