$15 for $30 Worth of Burgers, Chicken, and Shakes at Gino's Burgers & Chicken in Towson

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$15 for $30 Worth of Burgers, Chicken, and Shakes

The menu includes items such as Gino's Chicken Giant ($4.89), buffalo-chicken salad ($8.49), a triple burger ($6.39), and three-piece chicken dinners ($7.99). Today's deal is valid only at Gino's Towson location, which will celebrate its one-year anniversary on August 17, 2012.

Gino's Burgers & Chicken

In 1957, while in the twilight of their careers as Baltimore Colts in the burgeoning NFL, Alan Ameche and Captain Gino Marchetti opened up the first Gino's with their pal, Louis C. Fischer. Through the years, the crew helped innovate the restaurant industry, especially with the Gino's Giant burger in 1966, whose triple-decker design arguably went on to inspire the multipatty burgers of other national fast-food chains. Ahead of their time, the team later cobranded with Kentucky Fried Chicken to bolster their menu and widen their appeal to the public before Gino's was acquired by the Roy Rogers brand in 1982, leaving many nostalgic for one of the fast-food industry's originals.

It wasn't until 2009, when Tom called up Gino to pose the idea of bringing Gino's back, that fans of the eatery could begin to quell their well-documented nostalgia in anticipation of enjoying Gino’s special recipes once again. Today, the menu boasts off-the-grill burgers, more than 100 flavors of real ice-cream shakes, and the return of the Gino's Giant, slathered in a secret sauce that was kept secret all these years by hiding it inside a modern-day football.

Gino's Burgers & Chicken

In 1957, while in the twilight of their careers as Baltimore Colts in the burgeoning NFL, Alan Ameche and Captain Gino Marchetti opened up the first Gino's with their pal, Louis C. Fischer. Through the years, the crew helped innovate the restaurant industry, especially with the Gino's Giant burger in 1966, whose triple-decker design arguably went on to inspire the multipatty burgers of other national fast-food chains. Ahead of their time, the team later cobranded with Kentucky Fried Chicken to bolster their menu and widen their appeal to the public before Gino's was acquired by the Roy Rogers brand in 1982, leaving many nostalgic for one of the fast-food industry's originals.

It wasn't until 2009, when Tom called up Gino to pose the idea of bringing Gino's back, that fans of the eatery could begin to quell their well-documented nostalgia in anticipation of enjoying Gino’s special recipes once again. Today, the menu boasts off-the-grill burgers, more than 100 flavors of real ice-cream shakes, and the return of the Gino's Giant, slathered in a secret sauce that was kept secret all these years by hiding it inside a modern-day football.

Reviews

The special sauces, the onion rings and the bacon cheese burger was AMAZING for the price!!

Jessi M., Yelp, 1/3/12

I had the Gino giant with onion rings and a mud pie milk shake (or something like that) and it was all delish.

Derrick M., Yelp, 12/8/11
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    Towson

    8600 LaSalle Rd.

    Towson, Maryland 21286

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In a Nutshell

A once-thriving burger joint makes its return with the classic Gino's Giant, portobello burgers, salads, and 100+ real ice-cream shakes

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 19th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only at Towson location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • Towson (54.6 miles)

    8600 LaSalle Rd.

    Towson, Maryland 21286

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