My husband discovered Cino's pizza when a coworker took him there for lunch one day. He's since brought me to Cino's several times and not once have I had a bad experience!
The dining room is always clean and welcoming; the service is always great. Their food is reasonably priced and good quality. I've had the ravioli, and the tortellini (in a creamy tomato sauce... yum!) and just the house salad... all are very very good! For ten dollars at dinner, you can get a large plate full of pasta, garlic bread, and a house salad. It's more than enough to fill you up; in fact it's enough to split with someone else, to be sure.