Gino, the age-old red sauce joint on upper Lex, is one of those places that doesn't accept credit cards—even though a meal there will probably cost you $60.
But, perhaps feeling the pinch of the times, that has changes. The NY Post reports will begin Gino accepting credit cards.
"Times change," said co-owner Michael Miele. "You have to go forward. Especially the younger generation, they don't carry cash."
Then there's this priceless exchange:
Still, a sense of possibility hangs in the air. [Patron Michael] Barlerin turns to bartender Bruno Blazina.
"The next question I'm going to have is, 'When are you going to start serving [food] at the bar?' "
"That will never happen," responds Blazina.
"Credit cards were never going to happen, Bruno."