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Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2010
Nick's has the freshest Italian food on the UES. Their pastas are delicious (and they will make them however you want), their meats are tender and tasty, and they use fresh ingredients for their pizza. They're one of my favorite places to order from. Plus, with the second avenue construction they can use the support!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/30/2010
Pizza is great, though slightly pricey for my liking. Everything else is a deal, though. Well worth it!
Posted by Eric on 05/20/2010
The pizza is absolutely awesome! And not just that, we also always get the pastas, the chicken parm, and more and it's always great. We always go here when family is in town and everyone always loves it. Prices are reasonable and service is very good. We will keep going back over and over!
Posted by capi on 05/04/2010
every time I order, feel a bit pricy but they use fresh ingredient, so we need to pay a bit more than average places. Anyway, I was disappointed they forgot one topping on my pizza and paid for it..
Posted by Mike on 04/16/2010
Just ordered in from Nicks. Salad old and stale, pizza average at best, and pasta below average. Large portions, moderate prices, low on quality. I would never order pizza from here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2009
Nick's restaurant has the best pizza i have ever had! Not only was the food delicious but the service was excellent. Always made sure we were okay and if we needed anything else. The atmosphere was warm and cozy. Everytime I go try something new and i have not been disappointed yet. Definitely going back soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2009
I've been a customer of Nick's for years now and have never felt so slighted by any restaurant in my life as I do tonight. The food was cold, tasteless and criminally undersized for a $50 meal AND I was told over the phone that our wilted and brown Caesar salad "sometimes happens." Our "family sized" chicken marsala was an insult once we sifted through the pile of gummy mushrooms and found 3 centimeter- thick-half-cutlets that we ate in a few bites - literally. For the prices charged, this place deserves every bit of misfortune created by the subway construction because this meal made the Olive Garden look like fine dining served with a smile.