Ate there two nights in a row. Good food, nice wait staff. Would definitely recommend it. We will surely go back when in the area again.
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Went to Nick's tonight as we read online that they had 50 cent wings all day.We ordered bothe the naked which came as all wing sections- no drumsticks- they were slimy and had no taste.Also ordered 5 of the breaded with the medium sauce.At least...More
Please come in and see for yourself. Our wings and sauces are excellent and thus-very popular. We have won the peoples's choice award at Wing-fest(wing festival) at the Fraze pavilion for seven consecutive years. We highly recommend the Sweet Hot Damn sauce. It is our...More
We had an excellent time sitting on the patio. The food was delivered in a timely manner. We ordered the Fried onion rings, mushrooms, and cauliflower. They make their own batter! We ordered the Black and Bleu Nick and the Ronnie's Melt Sandwiches. The Ronnie's...More
A sports bar that offered good food at a great price with excellent service. Good menu for food selection easy to find something for everyone.
Every once and awhile a chicken wing urge hits and once it does, Nick's comes to mind. Improving on chicken wings is not necessary when you go to Nicks, they are already perfect. Other menu items are great, even steak night if you hit it...More
In town for granddaughter's soccer game, looking for a place for dinner. We turned to our old friend, TripAdvisor. Based on reviews, and recommendations of local friends, we chose Nick's. Good call. Literally the best burger I have ever had. Perfectly prepared. Fast service, attentive...More
First time at Nick's and found the experience all around excellent. Waitress was attentive and quick service. Even though restaurant was packed, didn't wait for our food. We (four of us) got different foods and each was excellent. Atmosphere was fun and relaxed. A great...More
Nick's is the type of family owned operation that rarely exists now days. In a space that is now dominated by chain restaurants, Nick's is a blast from the past. The decor is far from overwhelming, but then again you don't go there to eat...More