small place but very good Italian food. Nice wine list, attentive service and very good cocktails too.
I always have a great experience here. The food is wonderful and the staff could not be better. It is nice to walk into a place and be greeted as a friend instead of a customer.
We were a party of four looking for a real Italian restaurant and found Nino's. The food was above average and the service was excellent. I had Veal Parm and it was so big I could not finish it. The décor reminded me of Italian restaurants when I was a kid growing up in New York. We visit Atlanta on... More
Our fault for going on Mother's day and thus the crowd, bustle and general rush that took away from well prepared food and adequate wine. My eggplant and penne pasta was just fine as was the Caesar salad. Others enjoyed chicken parmesan, veal parmesan and the veal. While there were many names on the wine list I was shocked at... More
We went to Nino's last Sunday, it was cinco de mayo and we were visiting Atlanta and hoping to find a Mexican restaurant, but they all had long lines, so we decided to try Nino's after the hotel we were at recommended it. When we parked it didn't look like much, small and looked more like a house than restaurant.... More
We went to Nino's this past Friday night to celebrate our sons graduation from Georgia Tech...it did not disappoint. We had a party of seven, and were seated in a little private section of the restaurant. It was wonderful to have this bit of privacy as we talked and shared stories with my sons friends. Our waiter Jonathan was terrific.... More
Recently ate at Nino's using scoutmob. The menu is heavily geared toward seafood with limited choices for chicken and beef or regular pasta. I started with the ceasar salad which was very bland and lacked any flavor at all including the dressing. I then ordered the steak which was cooked properly and was decent on flavor and tenderness along with... More
We've been to Nino's many times over the years. It's still the same - dimly lit, cramped tables, forgetful servers. But if you order carefully, the food is great. Look around at the other tables as you walk in and check out the fare. If you like a lot of red sauce, get the lasagna or eggplant parmigiana. If not,... More
At this place, you find the usual American Italian fares, characterized by misspelled dish names, overreliance on meatballs and overabundant bland tomato sauce and cheese galore. I had an eggplant parmigiana, which should be first and foremost about eggplant, and the poor vegetable was completely drowned by cheap mozzarella, tomato sauce and ricotta cheese. It was overall tasteless. Others at... More
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