Nicks has taken over as the best place for pizza. Never had a bad experience except delivery times force us to carry out all the time or wait hours.
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Their pizzas have a very crisp crust. Sauce is rather bland tasting. It's more like having spaghetti sauce on cracker. Other item's on menu were all very good. Some people in my groups like their pizzas prepared this way. Just not everyone, so you know...More
This trip we picked up the pizza and brought it home so I really can't comment on the inside experience but, in the past the service is always great, the food excellent, love the peanuts.
As a party of six, we visited to celebrate a graduation on a Saturday evening. Although we put our name on the waitlist, we were sat in a matter of 7 to 10 minutes. This is one of those amazing places where you're allowed to...More
I've dined here many times. The pizza is fantastic! The pizza comes out fast even when it is crowded. It is consistently good and service is equally good. One note, peanuts are everywhere and the shells often get thrown on the floor. Watch your step...More
You begin with a basket of peanuts. Go ahead and throw the shells on the floor! We ordered Nick's Special: sausage, onion, green pepper, and onion. The crust is thin and the homemade sauce is delicious. They also have burgers, soups & sandwiches, desserts, and...More
Our extended family has been going to Nick's for years as it's location is sort of a central rendevous point for the family and their capable of holding very large tables of folks. It's a throw the peanuts on the floor type of place. Buy...More
Dinner here with grandkids. Pizza and appetizers were great, Prices very reasonable for larger group. Service was a little slow even though they weren't that busy.
I don't get here too often because it's over an hour drive from home, but it's one of my five favorite pizza parlors. Nick's is a friendly,casual place where you throw your peanut shells on the floor. They specialize in thin crust pizza with a...More