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Posted by Ski on 02/24/2007
Found Big Nicks on Menu pages. Was looking for a dinner with a big menu. Big Nicks does have a huge menu, prices are resonable but they nickel dime every item. Its not a diner setup ,more like a pizza burger joint. Very small, and I mean very small place. Food was fast and good. Not fancy very casual, your local eatery.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2007
If you live in the area than it just wouldn't make sense to not go here. The food is very good given the price -- and the variety is outstanding (the menu is so long that they have a table of contents)... Don't count on super-friendly/helpful service though... It's a great restaurant -- it won't change your life, but it's definitely worth a visit.
Posted by Brian on 01/06/2007
Big Nick's is a must. The menu is so big that it has an index, with two pages devoted to burgers alone. And great burgers they are. I try to come to Big Nick's every time I'm in the city, especially if I am seeing a show at the Beacon Theater across the street.
Posted by KP on 01/05/2007
Big Nick's is one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants. It's a very casual place with great food at great prices. For us, it's the kind of place you can always count on and is as "New York" as it can get. The food is underrated. Check out their delicious burgers and pizza!
Posted by sourdiesel on 10/08/2006
I live a block away from nicks and i have to say, this is the essence of eating in new york city. I wouldn't give nicks the best in service and i do question how clean the facility is, but if you need a bite to eat at any time of the day for any time of food, you'll find it at nicks. Their menu is pages long and can pretty much make anything you want. I'd say their prices are average for 24hour dining on Broadway. Food quality is a bit below par but it does the job when you need it. Overall I give them a 3.5 for everything. A much needed improvement to their store is needed but the atmosphere gives off an old authentic new york city burger joint.
Posted by 200RB on 09/21/2006
Regular customer here who waited an hour plus for a burger last week - live 2 blocks away. Called in upon recieving cold food and was told that next time was gratis. Called in today and was told that no one remembered me.
Posted by Diandira on 08/22/2006
Having moved back to the city recently from 14 years in the burbs, we discovered Nick's after a friend told us about it. We think they probably have the best burgers on the Westside, if not the whole city. I've never seen as big a selection of burgers as Nicks. As much as the atmosphere leaves something to be desired it has that greasy spoon charm. Also tried Big Nick's on 71st and Columbus, and doesn't compare. I want to try the pizza, but i keep going back for the burgers.