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Gino's to return to Harford County with three new eateries

Gino Marchetti

Gino's Burgers and Chicken will be back in Harford County this fall, with the first of three new sites in the county to open in Aberdeen,  The Aegis reported.

 A new Gino's will open in late October or November on Beards Hill Road, with two more franchises expected to open sometime next year at undetermined sites in Abingdon and Fallston, Tom Clatterbuck, vice president of operations, told The Aegis

Gino's, founded in 1957 by former Baltimore Colts Alan Ameche and Gino Marchetti, closed in 1991, but President Tom Romano began re-opening Gino's restaurants last year in the Baltimore area.

One of the original Gino's had been on Route 40 in Aberdeen, The Aegis said.

 

 

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