Nina Argentinian Pizzeria

★★★★★

About Nina Argentinian Pizzeria

Hours
Monday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday Closed Wednesday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM Sunday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM

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Pizza was delicious! Great prices too. I really enjoyed the atmosphere and customer service. Thanks!!!

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Pizza was delicious! Great prices too. I really enjoyed the atmosphere and customer service. Thanks!!!

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Very good!!! I absolutely love this place for its authenticity. The price is cheap!
I will be coming back soon! Service, food, selection all done very well!

4
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Very good!!! I absolutely love this place for its authenticity. The price is cheap!
I will be coming back soon! Service, food, selection all done very well!

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Very good!!! I absolutely love this place for its authenticity. The price is cheap!
I will be coming back soon! Thanks!

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Very good!!! I absolutely love this place for its authenticity. The price is cheap!
I will be coming back soon! Thanks!

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Went here for the first time two weeks ago. Have been back there twice since. Fell in love with the restaurant, the food and the experience. Marcello, the owner, comes out to make sure you're feeling welcome and are aware of the menu and the specials. If you talk to him a while, you'll hear that the beautiful pictures on the wall are all of his family from the 40s on in Argentina. Then you'll get to the food, which features outstanding dishes from his grandmother's (Nina) recipe book.

Don't let the construction on 2nd Ave stop you from experiencing the food and the charm of Nina.

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★★★★★

Went here for the first time two weeks ago. Have been back there twice since. Fell in love with the restaurant, the food and the experience. Marcello, the owner, comes out to make sure you're feeling welcome and are aware of the menu and the specials. If you talk to him a while, you'll hear that the beautiful pictures on the wall are all of his family from the 40s on in Argentina. Then you'll get to the food, which features outstanding dishes from his grandmother's (Nina) recipe book.

Don't let the construction on 2nd Ave stop you from experiencing the food and the charm of Nina.

Pros: The owner Marcello, Empanadas, Chorizo, Pizza, Atmosphere...

Cons: Nothing

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Nina's is a nice place to have a great pizza and good wine in a very casual, comfortable cafe atmosphere. I had never heard of Argentinian restaurant serving Pizza before, and was a little skeptical. It's basically gourmet pizza with ingredients like goat cheese, pesto, roasted peppers, spinach, and you can order more ordinary toppings to make your own. The pizza con carne (seasoned with cumin and green olives) was very satisfying, and the crust was crisp and tasty. The marinated eggplant they bring out as an appetizer is excellent. The wine offers some good choices by the glass (thankfully served in full-size "adult" wine glasses - not those skimpy balloon goblets you get in some places), and the service is relaxed and attentive. We will definitely be returning to try the other pizza creations...they do have a full menu, but we were all eyes for pizza that night.

2
★★★★★

Nina's is a nice place to have a great pizza and good wine in a very casual, comfortable cafe atmosphere. I had never heard of Argentinian restaurant serving Pizza before, and was a little skeptical. It's basically gourmet pizza with ingredients like goat cheese, pesto, roasted peppers, spinach, and you can order more ordinary toppings to make your own. The pizza con carne (seasoned with cumin and green olives) was very satisfying, and the crust was crisp and tasty. The marinated eggplant they bring out as an appetizer is excellent. The wine offers some good choices by the glass (thankfully served in full-size "adult" wine glasses - not those skimpy balloon goblets you get in some places), and the service is relaxed and attentive. We will definitely be returning to try the other pizza creations...they do have a full menu, but we were all eyes for pizza that night.

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My boyfriend loves to adventure for new places to eat. He knows I love Argentinian food.
He took me there one night and since then i cant stop going.

The pizza is my favorite thing also they have QUILMES very hard to find. The only place where i can find MATE serve in tradional whit the BOMBILLA and all.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend loves to adventure for new places to eat. He knows I love Argentinian food.
He took me there one night and since then i cant stop going.

The pizza is my favorite thing also they have QUILMES very hard to find. The only place where i can find MATE serve in tradional whit the BOMBILLA and all.

Pros: pizza MATE

Cons: small place

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My boyfriend and I went this past Friday night with a friend visiting from out of town. He'd been recommended this restaurant by his boss, who I would not normally trust with any sort of recommendation, but we thought it sounded like a different kind of place and tried it out. I'm so glad we did. Went about 6:30 and it was dead with only one other table taken (I think there are maybe 8 tables for 2 and 2 tables for 4, at most!). But by 7pm this place was crammed with people! It's a very small restaurant, probably one of the smallest I've seen but so well decorated with lighting and decor that it doesn't seem this small really. The only thing bad about the evening was a group of 8 consisting of 2 couples who each brought their 2 middle-school aged kids and they were SO loud...everyone, including the staff, kept glancing at them in hopes they'd get the idea to be quite or leave! Not Nina's Pizza's fault however, and they said it was never this loud. We got the empanadas (good!) and the provolone cheese appetizers (REALLY GOOD!!!). Split a bottle of white wine btw. the three of us. Ordered two pizzas: the spinach and ricotta, and the goat cheese and pesto, which the latter was out-of-this-world good! We all liked it so much that my BF and I are going back for another (hopefully more peaceful) visit this Saturday night! Overall such a great little place with the best staff and food I've had lately...and the prices couldn't been any better! My new fave!

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I went this past Friday night with a friend visiting from out of town. He'd been recommended this restaurant by his boss, who I would not normally trust with any sort of recommendation, but we thought it sounded like a different kind of place and tried it out. I'm so glad we did. Went about 6:30 and it was dead with only one other table taken (I think there are maybe 8 tables for 2 and 2 tables for 4, at most!). But by 7pm this place was crammed with people! It's a very small restaurant, probably one of the smallest I've seen but so well decorated with lighting and decor that it doesn't seem this small really. The only thing bad about the evening was a group of 8 consisting of 2 couples who each brought their 2 middle-school aged kids and they were SO loud...everyone, including the staff, kept glancing at them in hopes they'd get the idea to be quite or leave! Not Nina's Pizza's fault however, and they said it was never this loud. We got the empanadas (good!) and the provolone cheese appetizers (REALLY GOOD!!!). Split a bottle of white wine btw. the three of us. Ordered two pizzas: the spinach and ricotta, and the goat cheese and pesto, which the latter was out-of-this-world good! We all liked it so much that my BF and I are going back for another (hopefully more peaceful) visit this Saturday night! Overall such a great little place with the best staff and food I've had lately...and the prices couldn't been any better! My new fave!

Pros: Great prices, small and cozy, romantic, amazingly friendly staff!

Cons: Maybe a little too small on a busy night, can get a little cramped.

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I was visiting New York during some really bad weather this past March and a friend and I decided to venture out of our hotel to find something for dinner. We randomly stopped into Ninas and we were really glad we did. The eggplant lasagna was fantastic and my friend's pasta dish was great as well. The atmosphere was warm and the servers were attentive. All in all it turned out to be a nice, relaxing meal out after a long day of travel. Plus, it was one of the best meals we had that weekend. I will say, I'd recommend a table away from the door, especially when it's cold out!

2
★★★★☆

I was visiting New York during some really bad weather this past March and a friend and I decided to venture out of our hotel to find something for dinner. We randomly stopped into Ninas and we were really glad we did. The eggplant lasagna was fantastic and my friend's pasta dish was great as well. The atmosphere was warm and the servers were attentive. All in all it turned out to be a nice, relaxing meal out after a long day of travel. Plus, it was one of the best meals we had that weekend. I will say, I'd recommend a table away from the door, especially when it's cold out!

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My friend took me here when I first moved to the neighborhood and I still feel indebted to her for doing so. This has turned out to be one of my favorite places in the 90's and have taken there many friends who love it just as much. It is charming, cute, has great food at a reasonable price and a great Malbec selection. The eggplant parmigian is probably my favorite dish, although the pizza is delicious as well.

2
★★★★★

My friend took me here when I first moved to the neighborhood and I still feel indebted to her for doing so. This has turned out to be one of my favorite places in the 90's and have taken there many friends who love it just as much. It is charming, cute, has great food at a reasonable price and a great Malbec selection. The eggplant parmigian is probably my favorite dish, although the pizza is delicious as well.

Pros: charming, good Malbec selection

Cons: no Alfajores

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I am from Argentina and Nina is really Argentinian pizza, with great taste, the exact thickness and with all the styles I remembered from my country. The wine list is great if you want to try Argentinian wine like a good Malbec from Mendoza area and the prize is very reasonable. The customer service is excellent. The owner supervizes everything. A must go for a good dinner or for a date. And do not forget to try the dulce de leche pancakes with a cachamai tea for dessert.

2
★★★★★

I am from Argentina and Nina is really Argentinian pizza, with great taste, the exact thickness and with all the styles I remembered from my country. The wine list is great if you want to try Argentinian wine like a good Malbec from Mendoza area and the prize is very reasonable. The customer service is excellent. The owner supervizes everything. A must go for a good dinner or for a date. And do not forget to try the dulce de leche pancakes with a cachamai tea for dessert.

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This place offers so much to their customers. It starts with a really warm, sincere nice greeting. The place is really nice and cosy, charming. ideal for a date or just dinner with friends. I love their pizza, the crust is crunchy and soft inside and the sauce is unbelievable. They also have a nice assortments of appetizers and specialties from Argentina. It is so enjoyable to spend an evening there, I always leave with a smile on my face.

2
★★★★★

This place offers so much to their customers. It starts with a really warm, sincere nice greeting. The place is really nice and cosy, charming. ideal for a date or just dinner with friends. I love their pizza, the crust is crunchy and soft inside and the sauce is unbelievable. They also have a nice assortments of appetizers and specialties from Argentina. It is so enjoyable to spend an evening there, I always leave with a smile on my face.

Pros: affordable, charming, service, food

Cons: only 12 tables, long waits in the we

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This place is awesome! My husband and I finally went here after living in the neighborhood for many years and I am so glad we did. Their pizza is the best I have ever had...and living in Manhattan, I've had plenty of good pizza. The pasta dish we had was also wonderful but the pizza is a MUST try...it is out of this world! Just a warning though...they do add a lot of garlic to their food but I think that's part of what makes it so great.

The owner and her son are so sweet and attentive. This is definitely one of our fave regular places to eat. And at the prices they charge...you can't go wrong!

2
★★★★★

This place is awesome! My husband and I finally went here after living in the neighborhood for many years and I am so glad we did. Their pizza is the best I have ever had...and living in Manhattan, I've had plenty of good pizza. The pasta dish we had was also wonderful but the pizza is a MUST try...it is out of this world! Just a warning though...they do add a lot of garlic to their food but I think that's part of what makes it so great.

The owner and her son are so sweet and attentive. This is definitely one of our fave regular places to eat. And at the prices they charge...you can't go wrong!

Pros: Food, Service, Price

Cons: Small space

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This was the best pesto I have had since I returned from Italy.
It is incredibly cheap and the food is delicious. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys fresh homemade food at great prices.

2
★★★★★

This was the best pesto I have had since I returned from Italy.
It is incredibly cheap and the food is delicious. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys fresh homemade food at great prices.

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If we were to move from the upper east side, we would genuinely miss this restaurant. We've lived in the area for more than 8 years. The restaurant is cute but not upscale. The food is a diamond in rough -- the food is delicious and homemade with the perfect balance of herbs and tomatoes. I would highly recommend it. It's one of our favorite places to eat in NY.

2
★★★★★

If we were to move from the upper east side, we would genuinely miss this restaurant. We've lived in the area for more than 8 years. The restaurant is cute but not upscale. The food is a diamond in rough -- the food is delicious and homemade with the perfect balance of herbs and tomatoes. I would highly recommend it. It's one of our favorite places to eat in NY.

Pros: amazing staff

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I hate this. Such nice people working here - but I have to review the food. If I could rate the people this place would be off the charts - unfortunately - the pizza, sorry - not the best in NYC. Again, if you are in this neighborhood - by all means, come here. However, it's not worth a special trip. It's just "O.K." pizza. So sorry I can't rate this better.

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★★★☆☆

I hate this. Such nice people working here - but I have to review the food. If I could rate the people this place would be off the charts - unfortunately - the pizza, sorry - not the best in NYC. Again, if you are in this neighborhood - by all means, come here. However, it's not worth a special trip. It's just "O.K." pizza. So sorry I can't rate this better.

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This place has many different styles of pizza and they are all amazing. When you enter, you feel like you have entered your mom's kitchen. The service was superb, they treat you like family. I would highly recommend Nina's to anyone who wants to have a romantic dinner in a heart warming surrounding filled with candles and family pictures. We would like to thank Marcelo and Grace for a wonderful dining experience!!!

2
★★★★★

This place has many different styles of pizza and they are all amazing. When you enter, you feel like you have entered your mom's kitchen. The service was superb, they treat you like family. I would highly recommend Nina's to anyone who wants to have a romantic dinner in a heart warming surrounding filled with candles and family pictures. We would like to thank Marcelo and Grace for a wonderful dining experience!!!

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We were on our way back to NJ, and since I am in NY, we figured why not grab some food? We parked on the block of Nina's & the place looked nice, with people obviously enjoying their pizzas. We figured we never had Argentinian Pizza before so we grabbed our lunch there, sharing a large Pelligrino, a pizza of two of their specials, one was goat cheese the other blue cheese, and both were excellent. We also had shared a house salad that was fresh. We would return to this place again!

2
★★★★★

We were on our way back to NJ, and since I am in NY, we figured why not grab some food? We parked on the block of Nina's & the place looked nice, with people obviously enjoying their pizzas. We figured we never had Argentinian Pizza before so we grabbed our lunch there, sharing a large Pelligrino, a pizza of two of their specials, one was goat cheese the other blue cheese, and both were excellent. We also had shared a house salad that was fresh. We would return to this place again!

Pros: Pizza was delicious, Beautiful Family Pics

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Nina is one of those places that you keep going back. Despite their limited menu, their food is consistently good, and different. Their pizza dough must be made differently becuase it's just right. Not too soft, not too chewy, not too greasy. I like the pasta more, esp the prosuitto one. Slightly oily, but I don't feel stuffed afterwards. They have this one hot tea thing, which you drink from a round container. It's very good and refreshing. Good Argentina beer and wine selection. Very reasonable priced. This is truly a good addition to the pass-86th UES locale.

2
★★★★★

Nina is one of those places that you keep going back. Despite their limited menu, their food is consistently good, and different. Their pizza dough must be made differently becuase it's just right. Not too soft, not too chewy, not too greasy. I like the pasta more, esp the prosuitto one. Slightly oily, but I don't feel stuffed afterwards. They have this one hot tea thing, which you drink from a round container. It's very good and refreshing. Good Argentina beer and wine selection. Very reasonable priced. This is truly a good addition to the pass-86th UES locale.

Pros: Yummy pasta, great pizza, cozy

Cons: E90 locale, packed some times

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i go there from time to time and the pizza never change, constantly good, service is ok. the place is small but well decorated, wish to know the history behind the picture on the wall!

2
★★★★☆

i go there from time to time and the pizza never change, constantly good, service is ok. the place is small but well decorated, wish to know the history behind the picture on the wall!

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Very nice, cozy and romantic restaurant. A relative newcomer that dares to offer something different than the usual grub in the Upper East Side. Ate there twice. First time I had the pie with prosciutto (sp?) and the second time I had the pie with pepperoni. Pepperoni was my favorite. Sauce is delicate, tangy and very fresh. Dough is soft and just the right consistency and thickness. The cheese is a very interesting blend which really adds a lot of flavor and zest. Oh, I also had the empanadas as an appetizer which really got me in the mood for the pizza! Nice place to bring a date to. Service was prompt and friendly. This is definitely a nice turn from the ordinary and a very welcome addition to the neighborhood.

2
★★★★★

Very nice, cozy and romantic restaurant. A relative newcomer that dares to offer something different than the usual grub in the Upper East Side. Ate there twice. First time I had the pie with prosciutto (sp?) and the second time I had the pie with pepperoni. Pepperoni was my favorite. Sauce is delicate, tangy and very fresh. Dough is soft and just the right consistency and thickness. The cheese is a very interesting blend which really adds a lot of flavor and zest. Oh, I also had the empanadas as an appetizer which really got me in the mood for the pizza! Nice place to bring a date to. Service was prompt and friendly. This is definitely a nice turn from the ordinary and a very welcome addition to the neighborhood.

Pros: Service, Fresh, Prompt

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Nina's opened five or six months ago, and is a an amazing addition to the UES. The food is so good--everything from the spinach salad to the potato croquettes, stuffed mushrooms, pizza and pasta. the service is really wonderful too, great value and cozy and romantic. their wine by the glass is great too. i have been there twice and it's already one of my favorite restaurants.

2
★★★★★

Nina's opened five or six months ago, and is a an amazing addition to the UES. The food is so good--everything from the spinach salad to the potato croquettes, stuffed mushrooms, pizza and pasta. the service is really wonderful too, great value and cozy and romantic. their wine by the glass is great too. i have been there twice and it's already one of my favorite restaurants.

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This little and charming place really is serving great food and it's very affordable. the argentinian owner and his family are very warm people and i had a great time there!

2
★★★★★

This little and charming place really is serving great food and it's very affordable. the argentinian owner and his family are very warm people and i had a great time there!

Pros: inexpensive, real good food, great ambiance

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There aren't too many places were you can order a pizza with a stone whole wheat crust. I ordered a 9-inch pie with spinach and sausage. It was delicious, but a little too greasy. The salad was ordinary - but definitely edible.

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★★★☆☆

There aren't too many places were you can order a pizza with a stone whole wheat crust. I ordered a 9-inch pie with spinach and sausage. It was delicious, but a little too greasy. The salad was ordinary - but definitely edible.

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Pizza is the best - garlic and eggplant. They know what I order every time.

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★★★★★

Pizza is the best - garlic and eggplant. They know what I order every time.

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They do more than pizza (although the pizza is fabulous). You can also get everything you desire (for two, I'm saying) for around $60. And I mean soup to nuts, appetizers , wine, entrees and dessert. Be warned, it is a tiny place, but they

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★★★★★

They do more than pizza (although the pizza is fabulous). You can also get everything you desire (for two, I'm saying) for around $60. And I mean soup to nuts, appetizers , wine, entrees and dessert. Be warned, it is a tiny place, but they

 

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