Water Works Pumping Station
Built in 1869, the Pumping Station and Water Tower , its companion building across the street, were constructed in Gothic style with...
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Gino's East information
In the great deep-dish pizza wars, Gino’s is easily one of the top-five heavies. And it encourages customers to do something wacky: cover every available surface – walls, chairs, staircases – with graffiti. The classic cheese-and-sausage pie oozes countless pounds of gooey goodness over a crispy golden crust. Prepare to wait for the pleasure (reservations not accepted).
This is the original Gino's location and the most atmospheric. The company also has other branches around town.