Amico's New York Pizza & Italian Restaurant

★★★★☆
Authentic Italian Restaurant! Family & Delicious!
  • 7177 Nolensville Rd Ste 6a

    Nolensville, TN 37135

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  • 615-776-1800

About Amico's New York Pizza & Italian Restaurant

Hours
Sun 11am-8pm, Mon-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

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11/17 Order placed 7:10pm eating at 7:30pm. Last table in restaurant. Employees stack pizza racks in table loudly in front of us. Man sweeps dust against our table from behind. Black matt pulled up and dusted. Workers closing up at

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★★★★★

11/17 Order placed 7:10pm eating at 7:30pm. Last table in restaurant. Employees stack pizza racks in table loudly in front of us. Man sweeps dust against our table from behind. Black matt pulled up and dusted. Workers closing up at

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We ate here after Mom & Pop's Pizza shop was driven out of buisness by this larger, more cookie cutter restrurant opened. It was nothing to shout about but when you are a buisness in Nolensville that sells food the locals don't have much

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★★★★★

We ate here after Mom & Pop's Pizza shop was driven out of buisness by this larger, more cookie cutter restrurant opened. It was nothing to shout about but when you are a buisness in Nolensville that sells food the locals don't have much

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I had hoped that the pizza would live up to its billing, as NY style pizza, but no. Ordered a pie to go (along with salad and garlic "rolls")...opened the box at home...suprise!.... we had blackened pizza. Burnt blackened cheese. The

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★★★★★

I had hoped that the pizza would live up to its billing, as NY style pizza, but no. Ordered a pie to go (along with salad and garlic "rolls")...opened the box at home...suprise!.... we had blackened pizza. Burnt blackened cheese. The

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i havent been into your store yet but i have heard very good things..italian food is in my blood so i hope my visit will be as good as everyone elses..my family has owned several pizzerias and i am very picky about my food..i will try to bring the family in soon! maybe even hire me as your pizza man!!! =]

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★★★★★

i havent been into your store yet but i have heard very good things..italian food is in my blood so i hope my visit will be as good as everyone elses..my family has owned several pizzerias and i am very picky about my food..i will try to bring the family in soon! maybe even hire me as your pizza man!!! =]

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We have been to Amico's at least once a week since it opened. We have tried pizza, salads, pasta dishes and all their food is great! The food is always fresh, the service is outstanding. We highly recommend this restaurant to all our friends!

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★★★★★

We have been to Amico's at least once a week since it opened. We have tried pizza, salads, pasta dishes and all their food is great! The food is always fresh, the service is outstanding. We highly recommend this restaurant to all our friends!

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Visited Amico's for the first time today. Wow... GREAT food. Best vodka sauce I've ever had, hands down. Will definitely be back very soon!

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★★★★★

Visited Amico's for the first time today. Wow... GREAT food. Best vodka sauce I've ever had, hands down. Will definitely be back very soon!

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I must say the food, the owners and the atmoshpere are outstanding. I always look for the one-off restaurant that has a home touch to it and Nolensville has several. Traditional Italian pie's are thin with subtle flavors to accent the pizza, we have just been spolied by main line pizza places and expect a mound of toppings. I have had the traditional cheese pizza ( the only food my kids will eat the leftovers), meatball sub and eggplant parmigiana and all have been terrific. I applaud their efforts for having just opened and creating an immediate following and also providing an Italian experience here in little ole Nolensville. Keep up the great work.

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★★★★★

I must say the food, the owners and the atmoshpere are outstanding. I always look for the one-off restaurant that has a home touch to it and Nolensville has several. Traditional Italian pie's are thin with subtle flavors to accent the pizza, we have just been spolied by main line pizza places and expect a mound of toppings. I have had the traditional cheese pizza ( the only food my kids will eat the leftovers), meatball sub and eggplant parmigiana and all have been terrific. I applaud their efforts for having just opened and creating an immediate following and also providing an Italian experience here in little ole Nolensville. Keep up the great work.

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Being from New York and my Wife from Chicago made this long awaited expose emotionally satisfying and absolutely stunning. The food is killer. We have eaten there 3 times a week and more since the opening. The owner's bend over backwards to please even when we ask for Italy's obscure dishes like carbonara, Suicide Caprese and "Gravy" like Mamma made. There are no restaurants with the choices on the menu and off the menu anywhere within middle Tennessee that we know about. Don't miss this artistic and authentic offering. Amicos rocks. Portions are over the top and the cost is the cheapest in town. The negative reviews are just that. Meaningless, empty and ignorant about the art of Italian cooking. It's all about love and Amicos has it! It's an experience in Nolensville. Wow. Don't miss it.

2
★★★★★

Being from New York and my Wife from Chicago made this long awaited expose emotionally satisfying and absolutely stunning. The food is killer. We have eaten there 3 times a week and more since the opening. The owner's bend over backwards to please even when we ask for Italy's obscure dishes like carbonara, Suicide Caprese and "Gravy" like Mamma made. There are no restaurants with the choices on the menu and off the menu anywhere within middle Tennessee that we know about. Don't miss this artistic and authentic offering. Amicos rocks. Portions are over the top and the cost is the cheapest in town. The negative reviews are just that. Meaningless, empty and ignorant about the art of Italian cooking. It's all about love and Amicos has it! It's an experience in Nolensville. Wow. Don't miss it.

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I must say that the last thing i can stand is a skimpy pizza unfortunately that is exactly what i received from this restaurant. When you are paying roughly 20 dollars for a pizza with minimal toppings it is quite concerning. Maybe i was naive in my assumption that italian food was of generous portion size. i think the next time i will just walk to my freezer.

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★☆☆☆☆

I must say that the last thing i can stand is a skimpy pizza unfortunately that is exactly what i received from this restaurant. When you are paying roughly 20 dollars for a pizza with minimal toppings it is quite concerning. Maybe i was naive in my assumption that italian food was of generous portion size. i think the next time i will just walk to my freezer.

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Went to Amico's last night with some friends. We thought it might be pretty good since it's so hard to mess up Italian food. But I have to say that I agree with the posts that this place is not all that special. I mean, sure, if you don't want to take the time to make your own angle hair, then it will do, but the egg plant was overdone and the Stromboli was nasty. It might be "authentic" but that doesn't mean it tastes great... was very disappointed!

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to Amico's last night with some friends. We thought it might be pretty good since it's so hard to mess up Italian food. But I have to say that I agree with the posts that this place is not all that special. I mean, sure, if you don't want to take the time to make your own angle hair, then it will do, but the egg plant was overdone and the Stromboli was nasty. It might be "authentic" but that doesn't mean it tastes great... was very disappointed!

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Best place for good old pasta and sauce. great atmosphere,great staff. you can tell the owners are their making sure that the staff get it right. besides the pasta my kid had the kids pizza and she loved it. You can tell a lot of love and passion is put into their food .

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★★★★★

Best place for good old pasta and sauce. great atmosphere,great staff. you can tell the owners are their making sure that the staff get it right. besides the pasta my kid had the kids pizza and she loved it. You can tell a lot of love and passion is put into their food .

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Went to this new pizza place the other day because a friend said they were pretty good... this friend must have never tasted NY style pizza before because this was NOT that kinda pie.
It's like every other italian (little i) kinda food you find in the south. Bland, Boring, Blah... You'd be better off going to Pie in the Sky or Jet's to get some good tasting pizza, rather than wait 1/2 hour (place is super small) to eat something you can make in your own kitchen. The 5 star reviews seem to be from family members or close friends because they keep mentioning the owners... which is fishy.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to this new pizza place the other day because a friend said they were pretty good... this friend must have never tasted NY style pizza before because this was NOT that kinda pie.
It's like every other italian (little i) kinda food you find in the south. Bland, Boring, Blah... You'd be better off going to Pie in the Sky or Jet's to get some good tasting pizza, rather than wait 1/2 hour (place is super small) to eat something you can make in your own kitchen. The 5 star reviews seem to be from family members or close friends because they keep mentioning the owners... which is fishy.

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First off let me say I am neither family or friend but just a person that likes to take family to places with great food and service. I have been there a few times and have never had a bad experience and know others that feel the same way. I used to go to Jet's but like the food here better. People that like Pie In The Sky just have no tastebuds.

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★★★★★

First off let me say I am neither family or friend but just a person that likes to take family to places with great food and service. I have been there a few times and have never had a bad experience and know others that feel the same way. I used to go to Jet's but like the food here better. People that like Pie In The Sky just have no tastebuds.

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I went to Amico's for the first time on 2/28 because every time I try and go on the weekend the place is busy. Monday night was busy but not like the weekend and after trying the pizza and some of my wife's ziti sicilian I understand what the buzz is about. The food is excellent and the portions were enough for us to take home. Service was right on as well. Will be back and will highly recommend to others.

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★★★★★

I went to Amico's for the first time on 2/28 because every time I try and go on the weekend the place is busy. Monday night was busy but not like the weekend and after trying the pizza and some of my wife's ziti sicilian I understand what the buzz is about. The food is excellent and the portions were enough for us to take home. Service was right on as well. Will be back and will highly recommend to others.

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It's about what you'd expect for an average pizza-sub place in the northeast. Every town in New England has a place like this. So-so food and pizza that's usually popular with the locals, but beyond that, it doesn't get much action.

I tried the pizza and the chicken-parm sub. They filled me up and weren't unpleasant to eat, but were not worth mentioning to a friend.

This is kind of sad, as I was hoping for real, New York style pizza to take the place of the now-defunct Uncle Gios on Nolensville Road, which served an amazing pie, but went under 2 years ago for some reason. Bricks just doesn't come close. Pie in the Sky is a close second, but Gios was really good. Amicos, is fair fare if you have a hankering for something other than Papa Johns/Dominos/Pizza Hut, and don't want to spend a few bucks more for better pizza at Pie in the Sky.

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★★☆☆☆

It's about what you'd expect for an average pizza-sub place in the northeast. Every town in New England has a place like this. So-so food and pizza that's usually popular with the locals, but beyond that, it doesn't get much action.

I tried the pizza and the chicken-parm sub. They filled me up and weren't unpleasant to eat, but were not worth mentioning to a friend.

This is kind of sad, as I was hoping for real, New York style pizza to take the place of the now-defunct Uncle Gios on Nolensville Road, which served an amazing pie, but went under 2 years ago for some reason. Bricks just doesn't come close. Pie in the Sky is a close second, but Gios was really good. Amicos, is fair fare if you have a hankering for something other than Papa Johns/Dominos/Pizza Hut, and don't want to spend a few bucks more for better pizza at Pie in the Sky.

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Went the first week with family and even while they were working out the kinks the food was still very good. Fast forward to now and the place is just wonderful. They have definitely got things all worked up which just shows in the fact that they are always busy. To even mention the other so called pizza places in the area is an insult to true Italian food lovers. Keep up the good work Mr and Mrs Amico.

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★★★★★

Went the first week with family and even while they were working out the kinks the food was still very good. Fast forward to now and the place is just wonderful. They have definitely got things all worked up which just shows in the fact that they are always busy. To even mention the other so called pizza places in the area is an insult to true Italian food lovers. Keep up the good work Mr and Mrs Amico.

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Just ate there for the first time last night 2/28. Loved it and will be back plenty with friends and family. Have been to Pie In The Sky and Mom and Pops and there is no comparison. Pie In The Sky and Mom and Pops don't hold a candle to the quality of the food and the great atmosphere. This is the best Italian food since Uncle Gio's closed.

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★★★★★

Just ate there for the first time last night 2/28. Loved it and will be back plenty with friends and family. Have been to Pie In The Sky and Mom and Pops and there is no comparison. Pie In The Sky and Mom and Pops don't hold a candle to the quality of the food and the great atmosphere. This is the best Italian food since Uncle Gio's closed.

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Tried...
Stromboli - no flavor
Pizza - toppings were minimal and they were the only think you could taste
Meatball Sub - sauce was too runny
taramisu - soggy

Tried this place on a weekday and a weekend. Just not what I am expecting from "Italian" cooking... more like an American Italian like American Chinese/ will not be going back. Mom & Pop's is better and so is Jet's and Pie in the Sky if you want good pizza, but if you like Italian decorating, this is the place for you!

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★☆☆☆☆

Tried...
Stromboli - no flavor
Pizza - toppings were minimal and they were the only think you could taste
Meatball Sub - sauce was too runny
taramisu - soggy

Tried this place on a weekday and a weekend. Just not what I am expecting from "Italian" cooking... more like an American Italian like American Chinese/ will not be going back. Mom & Pop's is better and so is Jet's and Pie in the Sky if you want good pizza, but if you like Italian decorating, this is the place for you!

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I have been to Amico's on a regular basis since they have opened in January. Every time we go the place is busy but the wait is never to long and the quality of the food and service makes it worthwhile. My kids love the pizza which is the best pizza we have had in the 5 years that we have been in Tn. My wife found a favorite dish which is a combination of baked ziti and eggplant and I love the steak stromboli. The food is always served hot and fresh and the portions are always more than we can eat and always bring some home for another time.

All my neighbors have raved about the place and I will tell anyone that I meet about the Wonderful experience we always have at Amico's. It is Run by 2 wonderful people that are always on hand which is a rarity that you can actually find owners working in their own places as well as walking around making sure everything is ok.

I drive past Mom and Pops and pie in the sky all the time and they are never busy but everythime I drive past Amico's it is always busy so I would not worry about some of the reviews because it is definitely just a few people that don't know what real italian food is supposed to taste like.

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★★★★★

I have been to Amico's on a regular basis since they have opened in January. Every time we go the place is busy but the wait is never to long and the quality of the food and service makes it worthwhile. My kids love the pizza which is the best pizza we have had in the 5 years that we have been in Tn. My wife found a favorite dish which is a combination of baked ziti and eggplant and I love the steak stromboli. The food is always served hot and fresh and the portions are always more than we can eat and always bring some home for another time.

All my neighbors have raved about the place and I will tell anyone that I meet about the Wonderful experience we always have at Amico's. It is Run by 2 wonderful people that are always on hand which is a rarity that you can actually find owners working in their own places as well as walking around making sure everything is ok.

I drive past Mom and Pops and pie in the sky all the time and they are never busy but everythime I drive past Amico's it is always busy so I would not worry about some of the reviews because it is definitely just a few people that don't know what real italian food is supposed to taste like.

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Awesome food and Service. Pizza is the way a New York Style Pie should be. Garlic Rolls actually have garlic. Service was fast and friendly. Please keep up the good work and you will have a loyal customer for along time to come.

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★★★★★

Awesome food and Service. Pizza is the way a New York Style Pie should be. Garlic Rolls actually have garlic. Service was fast and friendly. Please keep up the good work and you will have a loyal customer for along time to come.

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My husband and I went there the other night because the atmosphere looked fun and this place is pretty close to our house.
When we got there the server was prompt and we ordered a cheese pizza and a salad to split.
When the pizza came out the sauce was too runny and had hardly any taste, and the dough was too thick for a real Ny pizza. It wasn't very good at all. I mean it could be okay with like PHut or some chain like that, but for these prices the pizza should at least taste fresh and good. Salad was just okay. Really thought it would have been better, but there are a couple other places near by that are way better.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I went there the other night because the atmosphere looked fun and this place is pretty close to our house.
When we got there the server was prompt and we ordered a cheese pizza and a salad to split.
When the pizza came out the sauce was too runny and had hardly any taste, and the dough was too thick for a real Ny pizza. It wasn't very good at all. I mean it could be okay with like PHut or some chain like that, but for these prices the pizza should at least taste fresh and good. Salad was just okay. Really thought it would have been better, but there are a couple other places near by that are way better.

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We have been holding off on going to Amico's because it is so incredibly busy every time we go by. Tonight we decided to carry-out.

The person who answered the phone was difficult to understand because of background noise. I had to call back in order to find out how long the wait would be.

We ordered stromboli sandwiches, one Italian and one sausage.

Mr. Man picked them up and said the staff was friendly and the place was busy.

The sandwiches were ho hum. The marinara sauce for dipping had more flavor then both the sandwiches put together. The sandwiches looked good, but lacked seasoning. Some basil and oregano would have been a good place to start. The bread (described as rolled-up pizza dough) was not fully baked and resulted in a doughy product. There was nothing spicy about the Italian meat or sandwich. Really, it turned out to be nothing more than a ham and cheese sandwich, much more than an Italian stromboli.

Next time we will try a pizza. After that, if the experience is not better, we will just leave it alone. Overpriced sandwiches that are bland and blah--- I fear the pizza
will probably be the same.

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★★☆☆☆

We have been holding off on going to Amico's because it is so incredibly busy every time we go by. Tonight we decided to carry-out.

The person who answered the phone was difficult to understand because of background noise. I had to call back in order to find out how long the wait would be.

We ordered stromboli sandwiches, one Italian and one sausage.

Mr. Man picked them up and said the staff was friendly and the place was busy.

The sandwiches were ho hum. The marinara sauce for dipping had more flavor then both the sandwiches put together. The sandwiches looked good, but lacked seasoning. Some basil and oregano would have been a good place to start. The bread (described as rolled-up pizza dough) was not fully baked and resulted in a doughy product. There was nothing spicy about the Italian meat or sandwich. Really, it turned out to be nothing more than a ham and cheese sandwich, much more than an Italian stromboli.

Next time we will try a pizza. After that, if the experience is not better, we will just leave it alone. Overpriced sandwiches that are bland and blah--- I fear the pizza
will probably be the same.

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Not a huge fan of Amico's. I live in the area and there's been a lot of buzz, but I was pretty disappointed with the food. We ordered just a cheese pizza, sauce was just bland, and the cheese wasn't all the way done. Pasta was okay, but overpriced - especially for the kids. Tried the cheesecake, was just okay. Nothing special.

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★☆☆☆☆

Not a huge fan of Amico's. I live in the area and there's been a lot of buzz, but I was pretty disappointed with the food. We ordered just a cheese pizza, sauce was just bland, and the cheese wasn't all the way done. Pasta was okay, but overpriced - especially for the kids. Tried the cheesecake, was just okay. Nothing special.

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My wife and I went to the opening night. She has the baked ziti and I had a couple of slices & a salad. The food was incredible. The service was excellent, which as we all know normally doesn't occur when places just open. We even met Anthony "Amico" and his wife that work there... Definitely a family run business. Highly recommend.

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★★★★★

My wife and I went to the opening night. She has the baked ziti and I had a couple of slices & a salad. The food was incredible. The service was excellent, which as we all know normally doesn't occur when places just open. We even met Anthony "Amico" and his wife that work there... Definitely a family run business. Highly recommend.

 

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