Gino's East pizza / Photo from the Gino's East Atlanta Facebook page
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene
Photo: Yvonne Zusel/Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Say cheese: Gino’s East set to open in Atlanta next month

After several delays, the highly-anticipated deep dish pizza restaurant Gino’s East is set to open next month. 

The eatery, set to open Dec. 7 at 675 North Highland Ave. NE in Poncey-Highland, will be the first Atlanta location.

Gino’s East will offer Chicago-style pizzas along with appetizers, salads, sandwiches, as well as a the new #DeepAF pizzas which “feature more dough, extra cheese and double the toppings,” according to a press release.

 “We couldn’t be more excited to finally announce our ATL opening the first week of December, it’s like an early Christmas present for the Chicago transplants,” said marketing director Maggie Keeler in a press release. 

During opening week, Gino’s will be open from 4-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 4-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday serving dinner only, aiming to add delivery and carry out by the end of December. Gino’s East Atlanta will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and will be open New Year's Eve and New Year’s Day. 

Though customers won’t be able to draw on the walls as they can at some other Gino’s locations, the restaurant will feature murals by Atlanta artists.  

The 80-seat restaurant will also offer free parking in its adjacent lot. 

Gino’s, operated by Bravo Restaurants, Inc., also has locations in Wisconsin, Texas, Michigan and Mexico City in addition to Chicago. 


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