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  • Italian
  • 1354 1st Ave, New York NY10021 40.768115 -73.955328
  • (Btwn 72nd & 73rd St)
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  • (212) 988-0002
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User Ratings (Based on 28 reviews)

Food 3.4 Value 2.7
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 988-0002
(212) 988-0004
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC ($15 min)
Mon: 11:45am-11pm Tue-Fri: 11:45am-11:30pm Sat: 4pm-11:30pm Sun: 4pm-10pm
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, Prix Fixe, Romantic, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
Delivery Area:
65th to 80th St; York to Madison Ave

User Reviews

  • Nino's

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/21/2007

    Expected it to be a lot better

    My wife and I went here and we were really let down. Service was OK and the food was average. On top of that, there was a guy at another table yelling and being a real jerk. The staff failed to say anything to the gentleman. Go get a slice of pizza and save a $100

  • Nino's

    Posted by disappointed on 07/03/2007

    removed from my most favorite

    My husband and I have gone to Nino's frequently since moving to the Upper E ast Side 8 years ago. The last 3 times (I gave it 3 shots) the quality of the food was really disappointing and the wait staff could not get an order correct. I asked for the Bass grilled no gravy or sauce etc. It came covered in pepper. uneatable. the pasta is still ok. but their portions are what a 1/2 a portion is elsewhere. I mean Elio's, Nicola's and similar restaurants

  • Nino's

    Posted by Monte Bellmore on 05/15/2007

    Not worth the price.

    Went for a dinner with a few clients. Food was okay but WAY overpriced. The waiters tried to sell Bottles of wine to fatten the bill. I wouldn't go again. Decor is old & dated.

  • Nino's

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2007

    You can find better in Little Italy..

    Cheesy, outdated, overpriced & quite dull. Ninos brought me back to the 1980's for some reason. I just dont get all the hype. I went there Saturday night with a group of 6. The service was okay, even though we had to deal with the waiters corney jokes. Nothing impressive at all. As for the food, I had the Veal Medallion dish. Although quite tasty, it just wasn't worth the price. The menu is very limited!!! You can definately find better in little Italy . The piano player was annoying (but that could just be because we were sitting directly in front of her) I would go here again if I HAD to, but I'd definately do some serious convincing to go elsewhere.

  • Nino's

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2007

    Great Night Out with friends in town!

    We ate at Nino's last night with friends we had in town. What a wonderful time we had. Our waiter was fabulous (very down to earth), dinner was delicious, and the atmosphere was perfect! I would highly recommend Nino's to anyone looking for a nice night out.

  • Nino's

    Posted by fashion foodie on 12/20/2006


    The last thing the UES needs is another lackluster Italian restaurant. I was unfortunate enough to dine at one last week. I was recently taken to Nino's and thought it was unoriginal and unimpressive. The waiters are like used car salemen trying to fatten the bills with over priced bottles of wine. The decor is staid and tired. The food is just okay.

  • Nino's

    Posted by Have to Agree with the Italian on 09/10/2006

    I used to like it more

    I have to agree with the comments before mine in all ways. It can be a romantic atmosphere for a date night, but be prepared to overpay for the actual quality. Don't get me wrong....a lot about this place is quite pleasant. But it's not as good as some that are more low-key, understated elegance that don't have to try so hard. I'm used to pricey places.....this place has the "flash" but it reminded me of an old SNL routine where a couple goes into an Italian restaurant where they fawn all over you but not in a geuine way. The food is good, but there is better in the neighborhood, and there is actually better service in the neighborhood, too. Still, it does have a certain ambience if you're trying to impress a first date. But I was a regular when it first opened and I'm just not as impressed as I was then. I just think you can get better for the price.

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