Nick's Pizza

★★★★☆

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Delicious and always fresh. Nick's Pizza is a place where you can hang out with friends, enjoying the slice of pizza and enjoying the conversation. Great food, great service and great people.

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★★★★★

Delicious and always fresh. Nick's Pizza is a place where you can hang out with friends, enjoying the slice of pizza and enjoying the conversation. Great food, great service and great people.

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I do love Nick's pizza and frequent at least twice a month but that's partially due to the limited selection of really good restaurants in the area...prices are a little steep and have increased recently but it won't affect my patronage.

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★★★★★

I do love Nick's pizza and frequent at least twice a month but that's partially due to the limited selection of really good restaurants in the area...prices are a little steep and have increased recently but it won't affect my patronage.

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The pizza is very good, but it's not the best, Adrienne's Pizza Bar in downtown (Stone Street) is waay better. The shocker is that Nick's is more expensive than Adrienne's... But given that Nick's is closer to my home, I will still go from

3
★★★★★

The pizza is very good, but it's not the best, Adrienne's Pizza Bar in downtown (Stone Street) is waay better. The shocker is that Nick's is more expensive than Adrienne's... But given that Nick's is closer to my home, I will still go from

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I heard numerous people complain about this place. I tried it anyway and I was sorry. The portions were small for the price. The staff was very rude too. They were very chincy on the toppings and they did not taste fresh either

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★☆☆☆☆

I heard numerous people complain about this place. I tried it anyway and I was sorry. The portions were small for the price. The staff was very rude too. They were very chincy on the toppings and they did not taste fresh either

Pros: location

Cons: not fresh ingredients

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Really good pizza! What else can you ask for from a pizza place? The service is fine. good value. I dont find it very cozy, but who cares?

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★★★★★

Really good pizza! What else can you ask for from a pizza place? The service is fine. good value. I dont find it very cozy, but who cares?

Pros: the food

Cons: not very cozy

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Where do I begin? If you enjoy authentic thin crust pizza with the freshest tomato sauce and cheese, then this is definitely the place for you! The calzone is dangerously good. I also love that I can order my favorite wine by the glass or bottle and the service is super quick. We came in starving right before our movie and left in time to make the previews!!

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★★★★★

Where do I begin? If you enjoy authentic thin crust pizza with the freshest tomato sauce and cheese, then this is definitely the place for you! The calzone is dangerously good. I also love that I can order my favorite wine by the glass or bottle and the service is super quick. We came in starving right before our movie and left in time to make the previews!!

Pros: Food, open late

Cons: Addicting!!

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Definitely my favorite pizza in NYC. If you like a good sauce, this is it. I always get sausage and extra sauce. The mozzarella, basil and other ingredients are always fresh. If you prefer cheese pizzas, this may not be for you.

2
★★★★★

Definitely my favorite pizza in NYC. If you like a good sauce, this is it. I always get sausage and extra sauce. The mozzarella, basil and other ingredients are always fresh. If you prefer cheese pizzas, this may not be for you.

Pros: Awesome Sauce

Cons: None

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I've lived in Forest Hills for years and have been to Nick's three times, all years apart. The first time was with a group of about 8 when the place had first opened. It was appalling how rude the waiters were and how mediocre the food was.

About ten years later, my father and I decided to try Nick's again because of all the amazing write ups they had been getting over the years. I dont know how Nick's managed to make a burnt, soggy pizza, but they did. I swore off the place until a few days ago when a few buddies from out of town asked me about the place because of all the great things they'd heard. I didn't mention my past experiences at Nick's and we all went down.

Absolutely nothing has changed.

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★☆☆☆☆

I've lived in Forest Hills for years and have been to Nick's three times, all years apart. The first time was with a group of about 8 when the place had first opened. It was appalling how rude the waiters were and how mediocre the food was.

About ten years later, my father and I decided to try Nick's again because of all the amazing write ups they had been getting over the years. I dont know how Nick's managed to make a burnt, soggy pizza, but they did. I swore off the place until a few days ago when a few buddies from out of town asked me about the place because of all the great things they'd heard. I didn't mention my past experiences at Nick's and we all went down.

Absolutely nothing has changed.

Pros: pizza is JUST ok

Cons: rude waitstaff, overhyped pizza

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I'll start on a positive note: the menu is appealing, and the pizza is pretty good.

Ok, now for the review. I have been here four times. Each time, I am absolutely astounded by the unbelievably horrific service. To the point where you wonder if there is some hidden camera and you are part of some reality or "Punk'd" show. The staff here is horrible. I'd like to single at least one server out who is an anomaly but I can't.

Specifics? No attention, rudeness in answering questions about the menu, not informing you of any unpublished quirky things about the menu, they rush you along and generally make you feel unwelcome.

I'm glad to see it's not just me. As I see from the reviews, service is not a selling point for Nick's. And each time I have been there, other patrons and my party have commented on one example of poor service.

In this economy particularly, I'm dumbfounded by service establishments who don't step up and play their A-game.

While the food is decent, it is definitely not the best in NY or Queens. You can go elsewhere, pay the same or less and not leave feeling unwelcome.

I typically don't wish any business ill, or want to see people out of work but if Nick's does go under some day I will not be the slightest bit surprised. I will never go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'll start on a positive note: the menu is appealing, and the pizza is pretty good.

Ok, now for the review. I have been here four times. Each time, I am absolutely astounded by the unbelievably horrific service. To the point where you wonder if there is some hidden camera and you are part of some reality or "Punk'd" show. The staff here is horrible. I'd like to single at least one server out who is an anomaly but I can't.

Specifics? No attention, rudeness in answering questions about the menu, not informing you of any unpublished quirky things about the menu, they rush you along and generally make you feel unwelcome.

I'm glad to see it's not just me. As I see from the reviews, service is not a selling point for Nick's. And each time I have been there, other patrons and my party have commented on one example of poor service.

In this economy particularly, I'm dumbfounded by service establishments who don't step up and play their A-game.

While the food is decent, it is definitely not the best in NY or Queens. You can go elsewhere, pay the same or less and not leave feeling unwelcome.

I typically don't wish any business ill, or want to see people out of work but if Nick's does go under some day I will not be the slightest bit surprised. I will never go back.

Pros: Menu

Cons: Service (or lack thereof), Rudeness, over-priced

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They do not treat their customers well. This is the only Italian pizzaria/restaurant I have been to that doesn't provide condiments free of charge. You have to pay for parmesan cheese. and a slice of lemon for your water. I bet they will start charging for the salt and pepper on the table soon. AND they do not accept credit cards.

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★☆☆☆☆

They do not treat their customers well. This is the only Italian pizzaria/restaurant I have been to that doesn't provide condiments free of charge. You have to pay for parmesan cheese. and a slice of lemon for your water. I bet they will start charging for the salt and pepper on the table soon. AND they do not accept credit cards.

Pros: nothing

Cons: overpriced

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Pizza was Ok. Dee's on Metropolitan is better, but the kicker was I was, when I got the check I noticed I was charged a $1.50 for some Paremsan I had asked. I think I sprinkled a about 1/2 a teaspoon total on my pizza. Rather than make a scene I just took it out of the tip. Call me cheap!

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★★★☆☆

Pizza was Ok. Dee's on Metropolitan is better, but the kicker was I was, when I got the check I noticed I was charged a $1.50 for some Paremsan I had asked. I think I sprinkled a about 1/2 a teaspoon total on my pizza. Rather than make a scene I just took it out of the tip. Call me cheap!

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THE STAFF ARE PLEASENT AND THE PZZA THEY SERVE WOWW MAN, I JUST LOVE THAT PLACE. IT CAN GET PRETTY CONGESTED BUT THAT 'S BECAUSE THE PIZZA IS TASEFUL. ACTUALLY IM THINKING OF GOING AFTER WORK TO GRAB A PIE LOL.

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★★★★★

THE STAFF ARE PLEASENT AND THE PZZA THEY SERVE WOWW MAN, I JUST LOVE THAT PLACE. IT CAN GET PRETTY CONGESTED BUT THAT 'S BECAUSE THE PIZZA IS TASEFUL. ACTUALLY IM THINKING OF GOING AFTER WORK TO GRAB A PIE LOL.

Pros: THE PIZZA IS TO DIE FOR!

Cons: NO CON'S

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We recently moved to Forest Hills and thought it would be nice to grab a late dinner in the area (tonight). So we shook our UrbanSpoon app and it brought us to Nick's Pizza. Service was great...neighborhood friendly and very attentive. Pizza was yummy...baked fresh and not too heavy for late night dinner. And last but not least....try the cannoli - a perfect dessert to share and end the night.

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★★★★★

We recently moved to Forest Hills and thought it would be nice to grab a late dinner in the area (tonight). So we shook our UrbanSpoon app and it brought us to Nick's Pizza. Service was great...neighborhood friendly and very attentive. Pizza was yummy...baked fresh and not too heavy for late night dinner. And last but not least....try the cannoli - a perfect dessert to share and end the night.

Pros: great neighborhood cheap eats

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I went here with a friend around 8pm. While we still eating the staff started cleaning up the restaurant to close. They sprayed cleaner/bleach right near out table and were cleaning the floors. They could have come over to our table and said, "we are closing soon," or waited until we left to clean with chemicals. Plus, they would not give us a lemon for out water. They only give lemons to customers who buy the bottled water.

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★★☆☆☆

I went here with a friend around 8pm. While we still eating the staff started cleaning up the restaurant to close. They sprayed cleaner/bleach right near out table and were cleaning the floors. They could have come over to our table and said, "we are closing soon," or waited until we left to clean with chemicals. Plus, they would not give us a lemon for out water. They only give lemons to customers who buy the bottled water.

Pros: pizza is ok

Cons: rude

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Nick's Pizza has THE WORST SERVICE in this city. Watch out for the moody manager!!!
After ordering my food I asked to be re-seated at one of the booths because my girlfriend and I had walked in with backpacks. The manager snapped at me saying that they don?t do that there. I tried explaining to him that we were really uncomfortable in our current seats and that there were two couples leaving the booths next to our table. He basically screamed at me saying that he needed the booths for other customers ? the place was basically empty and there wasn?t a single person waiting to be seated? The manager was probably having a bad day and decided to scream at us to vent out some of his frustration. I will NEVER EAT THERE AGAIN.

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★☆☆☆☆

Nick's Pizza has THE WORST SERVICE in this city. Watch out for the moody manager!!!
After ordering my food I asked to be re-seated at one of the booths because my girlfriend and I had walked in with backpacks. The manager snapped at me saying that they don?t do that there. I tried explaining to him that we were really uncomfortable in our current seats and that there were two couples leaving the booths next to our table. He basically screamed at me saying that he needed the booths for other customers ? the place was basically empty and there wasn?t a single person waiting to be seated? The manager was probably having a bad day and decided to scream at us to vent out some of his frustration. I will NEVER EAT THERE AGAIN.

Cons: Moody manager that screams at customers, they make you feel like they are doing you a favor by "allowing" you to eat there

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The pizza here is excellent, as are the dessert and selection of beer. The Service needs serious improvement, this is one of those places where they make you feel like they are doing you a favor by allowing you to eat in their restuarant. Also dont expect to get a things after closing, even if your getting something quick to go and there restaurant is half full, the economy isnt at its best and this place is turning business away at 9:50 on a thursday. Better off going to Dee's Pizza on Metropolitan, at least they appreciate your patronage there

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★★★☆☆

The pizza here is excellent, as are the dessert and selection of beer. The Service needs serious improvement, this is one of those places where they make you feel like they are doing you a favor by allowing you to eat in their restuarant. Also dont expect to get a things after closing, even if your getting something quick to go and there restaurant is half full, the economy isnt at its best and this place is turning business away at 9:50 on a thursday. Better off going to Dee's Pizza on Metropolitan, at least they appreciate your patronage there

Pros: Great eats!

Cons: Terrible attitude from servers

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It's not typical NY style pizza but sometimes it's good to try something a little different. Ingredients are top notch and the house salad is the best salad I've ever had. I actually go more for the salad than the pizza but the 2 compliment each other nicely and you feel like you are having a full meal this way. Cash only and no slices which is fine with me. Two people who are hungry can split a large pizza. It's very light.

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★★★★☆

It's not typical NY style pizza but sometimes it's good to try something a little different. Ingredients are top notch and the house salad is the best salad I've ever had. I actually go more for the salad than the pizza but the 2 compliment each other nicely and you feel like you are having a full meal this way. Cash only and no slices which is fine with me. Two people who are hungry can split a large pizza. It's very light.

Pros: House Salad is a must have.

Cons: Small.

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This is delicious gourmet pizza, thin-crusted, made right before your eyes on hot stones. With fresh basil and fresh mozzarella. The service I thought could be better but overall, I left content. They had some decent canolis too.

4
★★★★☆

This is delicious gourmet pizza, thin-crusted, made right before your eyes on hot stones. With fresh basil and fresh mozzarella. The service I thought could be better but overall, I left content. They had some decent canolis too.

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The oven baked pizza from Nick's never disappoints. The ingredients taste fresh and scrumptious. The choice of alcohol is modest but quirky and pleasant. The staff is great. You will ask yourself "Am I in NY?" because everyone is so friendly. There is limited seating though. If you want to guarantee a quick meal, you have to go during off-peak hours. Definitely worth a try.

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★★★★☆

The oven baked pizza from Nick's never disappoints. The ingredients taste fresh and scrumptious. The choice of alcohol is modest but quirky and pleasant. The staff is great. You will ask yourself "Am I in NY?" because everyone is so friendly. There is limited seating though. If you want to guarantee a quick meal, you have to go during off-peak hours. Definitely worth a try.

Pros: Awesome Pizza. Friendly Staff. Family Friendly.

Cons: Street Parking. Crowded and often a line during peak times.

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Great selection of beers, family friendly, and yummy pizza. Gets a little crowded on the weekends but still doesn't stop be from showing up.

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★★★★☆

Great selection of beers, family friendly, and yummy pizza. Gets a little crowded on the weekends but still doesn't stop be from showing up.

Pros: nice interior decor

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Their gourmet pizzas are not easily found in queens... also hard to find is a place that is as stingy with their limes. Despite the fact we ordered wine, salads, and large pizza the owner told the waiter not to give me a lime wedge with my water unless i ordered bottled. Are u freakin kidding me ! ! ! ! Then i unsuccessfully tried to convince her it was for my salad. Although she admittedly had limes in the kitchen, she defended her "policy" of only serving limes with the order of a bottled water. I dont know whats her damn problem with giving out lime wedges but trust me bring ur own limes if u ever dine there ! ! !

on my behalf i urge anyone who goes there to ask for a lime wedge until the owner realizes how stupid she is.

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★☆☆☆☆

Their gourmet pizzas are not easily found in queens... also hard to find is a place that is as stingy with their limes. Despite the fact we ordered wine, salads, and large pizza the owner told the waiter not to give me a lime wedge with my water unless i ordered bottled. Are u freakin kidding me ! ! ! ! Then i unsuccessfully tried to convince her it was for my salad. Although she admittedly had limes in the kitchen, she defended her "policy" of only serving limes with the order of a bottled water. I dont know whats her damn problem with giving out lime wedges but trust me bring ur own limes if u ever dine there ! ! !

on my behalf i urge anyone who goes there to ask for a lime wedge until the owner realizes how stupid she is.

Pros: fresh ingredients

Cons: stingy with their Limes ! ! !

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I heard so much about this place. I just had to try it out. I never really noticed the restaurant before. I had to look up the address ahead of time. The sign should probably be changed. Despite the fact that the restaurant hasn't been around for ages, there is an old, classic diner feel. There are pictures of Forest Hills from way back when. The booths are also green, which matches the trees outside. The place was fairly packed for a Sunday evening...perhaps this is why the service was so strange. The only reason I didn't give this place 5 stars is because I've never had such distant service at a pizza place before. I'm accustomed to friendly Italians, not sarcastic assgrabbers who refuse to give you any kind of eye contact.

The pizza itself was great. It wasn't the best I've had in my entire life, but probably the best I'll have in Queens. It's not traditional New York style, in my opinion. The crust is unique, and agreeing with another reviewer, the crust is very naan-like. It is probably best not to get a delivery or take out because the top of the pizza gets cold and soggy after a short while. The crust gets hard and flaky. It is best to dine in and enjoy the unique flavor. The sauce was excellent. The toppings were all very fresh.

Keep in mind that you have to order the entire pie. You also have to pay in cash.

I didn't feel particularly rushed, but I do know that the staff was way more concerned about the customers coming in than the customers who were actually dining. Perhaps I'll return on a weekday.

2
★★★★☆

I heard so much about this place. I just had to try it out. I never really noticed the restaurant before. I had to look up the address ahead of time. The sign should probably be changed. Despite the fact that the restaurant hasn't been around for ages, there is an old, classic diner feel. There are pictures of Forest Hills from way back when. The booths are also green, which matches the trees outside. The place was fairly packed for a Sunday evening...perhaps this is why the service was so strange. The only reason I didn't give this place 5 stars is because I've never had such distant service at a pizza place before. I'm accustomed to friendly Italians, not sarcastic assgrabbers who refuse to give you any kind of eye contact.

The pizza itself was great. It wasn't the best I've had in my entire life, but probably the best I'll have in Queens. It's not traditional New York style, in my opinion. The crust is unique, and agreeing with another reviewer, the crust is very naan-like. It is probably best not to get a delivery or take out because the top of the pizza gets cold and soggy after a short while. The crust gets hard and flaky. It is best to dine in and enjoy the unique flavor. The sauce was excellent. The toppings were all very fresh.

Keep in mind that you have to order the entire pie. You also have to pay in cash.

I didn't feel particularly rushed, but I do know that the staff was way more concerned about the customers coming in than the customers who were actually dining. Perhaps I'll return on a weekday.

Pros: Taste of the pizza, Location, Price

Cons: Service

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My husband and I went after work. We ordered a glass of wine, a beer, salad and a large calzone. I also ordered 2 waters. When the waters came I asked the waiter for some lemon. He said I could not have a piece of lemon as they are not allowed to serve lemon with tap water. I asked another waiter pointing out my glass of wine hoping this would qualify me for a measly slice of lemon and he said no its the rules, only paid for beverages needing lemon can get lemon. This really upset me because of how stupid the whole thing was. Salad was good, but how hard is cut up romaine?? anyway, our calzone came out it was small for one person not the large one we ordered and most of it was burnt black! Our check came and we put our debit card out. A female waiter with a bad attitude informed us they only take cash which would have been fine if she did not say it like we were wasting her time and should have known already! Really unbelievable that anyone could run a business on black burnt tasteless crust and bad attitudes! We do not intend to go back. How greedy do the owners have to be that they will not serve a slice of lemon to any customer, I mean did they have a meeting about this or something! My husband and I love going out to eat, we enjoy good food and a great experience, we do like the fresh ingredients and lighter style pizza they serve when it is not burnt to a crisp! Its a shame, as they lost our business although they did not seem to value it anyway!

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I went after work. We ordered a glass of wine, a beer, salad and a large calzone. I also ordered 2 waters. When the waters came I asked the waiter for some lemon. He said I could not have a piece of lemon as they are not allowed to serve lemon with tap water. I asked another waiter pointing out my glass of wine hoping this would qualify me for a measly slice of lemon and he said no its the rules, only paid for beverages needing lemon can get lemon. This really upset me because of how stupid the whole thing was. Salad was good, but how hard is cut up romaine?? anyway, our calzone came out it was small for one person not the large one we ordered and most of it was burnt black! Our check came and we put our debit card out. A female waiter with a bad attitude informed us they only take cash which would have been fine if she did not say it like we were wasting her time and should have known already! Really unbelievable that anyone could run a business on black burnt tasteless crust and bad attitudes! We do not intend to go back. How greedy do the owners have to be that they will not serve a slice of lemon to any customer, I mean did they have a meeting about this or something! My husband and I love going out to eat, we enjoy good food and a great experience, we do like the fresh ingredients and lighter style pizza they serve when it is not burnt to a crisp! Its a shame, as they lost our business although they did not seem to value it anyway!

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Go to Nick's Pizza if you want friendly no frills service, amazingly fresh salads and delicious brick oven pizza. We go here once a week and we really enjoy it every time. There's no slices, but really, you couldn't just eat 1 slice..they use the best fresh ingredients and cheeses...their brick oven cooks the dough perfectly...GO HERE!

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★★★★★

Go to Nick's Pizza if you want friendly no frills service, amazingly fresh salads and delicious brick oven pizza. We go here once a week and we really enjoy it every time. There's no slices, but really, you couldn't just eat 1 slice..they use the best fresh ingredients and cheeses...their brick oven cooks the dough perfectly...GO HERE!

Pros: Consistency in friendly service and great tasting food

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Recently had dinner there with a friend. Heard good things about Nick's but was really disappointed, especially with the service. The first waiter was sarcastic when we asked questions about the menu, and the 2nd waitress (an older woman) who basically just asked us if we wanted dessert and brought us the check, had the nerve to return the bill to us and telll us we made a mistake on the tip! Since when is 20% tip mandatory!? They never even came back to the table after we got our food and this is a pizzeria!! It's not table cloth service! if they want to make sure they get the full 20% tip, they should accept CREDIT CARDS! I was not going to break a $20 to leave her an extra $2 which my friend ended up giving her and she was content...I just couldn't fathom the nerve, and to be honest, I don't see what the hype is about. The pizza is good, not outstanding, the crust was soggy and when you picked up the pieces the cheese slid right off, and to top it off the service is really rude. I will stick to patronizing the many other brick oven & pizza places in the neighborhood that make you feel welcome, like Dee's on Metropolitan...

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★☆☆☆☆

Recently had dinner there with a friend. Heard good things about Nick's but was really disappointed, especially with the service. The first waiter was sarcastic when we asked questions about the menu, and the 2nd waitress (an older woman) who basically just asked us if we wanted dessert and brought us the check, had the nerve to return the bill to us and telll us we made a mistake on the tip! Since when is 20% tip mandatory!? They never even came back to the table after we got our food and this is a pizzeria!! It's not table cloth service! if they want to make sure they get the full 20% tip, they should accept CREDIT CARDS! I was not going to break a $20 to leave her an extra $2 which my friend ended up giving her and she was content...I just couldn't fathom the nerve, and to be honest, I don't see what the hype is about. The pizza is good, not outstanding, the crust was soggy and when you picked up the pieces the cheese slid right off, and to top it off the service is really rude. I will stick to patronizing the many other brick oven & pizza places in the neighborhood that make you feel welcome, like Dee's on Metropolitan...

Pros: good salads

Cons: Rude service, NO Debit/credit cards,pizza is average

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Never disappointed by Nick's! Great pizza, great service. Salads are also awesome! Favorite pizza, much better than Grimaldi's and Patsy's.

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★★★★★

Never disappointed by Nick's! Great pizza, great service. Salads are also awesome! Favorite pizza, much better than Grimaldi's and Patsy's.

Pros: Great food

Cons: Cash only

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Hands down best pizza in NYC.
Try the cannoli's!! I am not sure if they are made fresh 'in-house' or if they are brought in, but either way they are DELISH! Big enough to share and rolled in pistachios. The calzones are also really tasty along with the salads. Yep, that's pretty much everything on the menu....I love it, best place to eat in Forest Hills.

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★★★★★

Hands down best pizza in NYC.
Try the cannoli's!! I am not sure if they are made fresh 'in-house' or if they are brought in, but either way they are DELISH! Big enough to share and rolled in pistachios. The calzones are also really tasty along with the salads. Yep, that's pretty much everything on the menu....I love it, best place to eat in Forest Hills.

Pros: Pizza, pizza, pizza!

Cons: Sometimes you have to wait, but whaddya gonna do about it?

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seriously great pizza! i was a fan of lombardi's forever, but i feel like they have deteriorated significantly over time. my new favorite is nick's!!.. the pizza has a great crust, and it's never soggy and gross. also they have the best toppings, always really fresh tasting and not overdone at all. the staff is friendly and on point. and yeah, it's in Forest Hills, not Flushing.

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★★★★★

seriously great pizza! i was a fan of lombardi's forever, but i feel like they have deteriorated significantly over time. my new favorite is nick's!!.. the pizza has a great crust, and it's never soggy and gross. also they have the best toppings, always really fresh tasting and not overdone at all. the staff is friendly and on point. and yeah, it's in Forest Hills, not Flushing.

Pros: great pizza, fresh toppings, good salads

Cons: remember it's cash only

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First off - Nick's Pizza is not in Flushing it's in Forest Hills! Pizza is light and airy but very filling and yes the sauce is awesome. They also have all kinds of toppings to pick from and the salads are awesome,too. My favorite is the house salad! We usually order a pizza and salads all around and everyone is very satisfied. Service is good, too. Nick's can be kind of pricy and they do not take credit cards.

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★★★★★

First off - Nick's Pizza is not in Flushing it's in Forest Hills! Pizza is light and airy but very filling and yes the sauce is awesome. They also have all kinds of toppings to pick from and the salads are awesome,too. My favorite is the house salad! We usually order a pizza and salads all around and everyone is very satisfied. Service is good, too. Nick's can be kind of pricy and they do not take credit cards.

Pros: Good Food and Service

Cons: No Credit Cards

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nick's crust is different. secondly, the crust is almost paper thin and the crust bottom is burnt looking, but it goes well with the sauce and the cheese. The sauce of nick's pizza is amazing. Having been to many authentic italian pizzerias (naples 45, lombardis, patsys etc), I can say that nick's pizza is probably the best pizza in nyc. The sauce beats everybody elses. It's tangy intense tomato flavor and very acidic. Take a nexium pill before. This is authentic italian style. It doesn't have very much cheese and they use fresh mozzarella that looks different from the regular pizzeria cheese. The pizza is mostly sauce, with a few slices of mozzarella melted on and some fresh basil leaves scattered on top. A thing of beauty. But be ready to pay extra to get some grated cheese and they don't have any garlic powder.

2
★★★★★

nick's crust is different. secondly, the crust is almost paper thin and the crust bottom is burnt looking, but it goes well with the sauce and the cheese. The sauce of nick's pizza is amazing. Having been to many authentic italian pizzerias (naples 45, lombardis, patsys etc), I can say that nick's pizza is probably the best pizza in nyc. The sauce beats everybody elses. It's tangy intense tomato flavor and very acidic. Take a nexium pill before. This is authentic italian style. It doesn't have very much cheese and they use fresh mozzarella that looks different from the regular pizzeria cheese. The pizza is mostly sauce, with a few slices of mozzarella melted on and some fresh basil leaves scattered on top. A thing of beauty. But be ready to pay extra to get some grated cheese and they don't have any garlic powder.

Pros: sauce, cheese, crust

Cons: no slices, buy whole pizza only, no credit cards

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This is GREAT pizza for fans of brick oven pizza. The crust has that just right crispiness, and the toppings are fresh. The only drawback is it can get rather pricey, especially if you add on the toppings.

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★★★★★

This is GREAT pizza for fans of brick oven pizza. The crust has that just right crispiness, and the toppings are fresh. The only drawback is it can get rather pricey, especially if you add on the toppings.

Pros: Great pizza

Cons: Pricey

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I love Nick's pizza loaded with veggies and pepperoni. The cheese on their pies is the best! You have to eat in because the pizza is best fresh out of the oven.

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★★★★★

I love Nick's pizza loaded with veggies and pepperoni. The cheese on their pies is the best! You have to eat in because the pizza is best fresh out of the oven.

Pros: beer/wine

Cons: parking

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Flat crust pizza with fresh mozzeralla and basil. Delicious! About $15 for a pie. Go there for the pizza, but the service can be rude and curt. They do takeout, but do not deliver.

PROS: excellent pizza
CONS: curt service

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★★★★★

Flat crust pizza with fresh mozzeralla and basil. Delicious! About $15 for a pie. Go there for the pizza, but the service can be rude and curt. They do takeout, but do not deliver.

PROS: excellent pizza
CONS: curt service

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I MADE THE TRIP TO NICKS AND WAS VERY UPSET. THE PIZZA WAS BURNT AND THERE WAS NO CHEESE. THE WAITRESS BROUGHT THE WRONG PIZZA, THE WRONG SALAD, AND FORGOT THE DRINKS. HOWEVER SHE DID NOT FORGET TO CHARGE ME EXTRA FOR PARM CHEESE.

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I MADE THE TRIP TO NICKS AND WAS VERY UPSET. THE PIZZA WAS BURNT AND THERE WAS NO CHEESE. THE WAITRESS BROUGHT THE WRONG PIZZA, THE WRONG SALAD, AND FORGOT THE DRINKS. HOWEVER SHE DID NOT FORGET TO CHARGE ME EXTRA FOR PARM CHEESE.

Pros: NONE

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After trying Many pizza restaurants in NYC we've come to the conclusion that Nicks is the absolute best. You need to trek to Forest Hills but it's worth it. Lombardi's comes close but Nicks is just a notch above. Also Lombardis can be a bit inconsistant. As far as John's, Patsy's, Grimaldi's...What are people thinking? John's on Bleeker is probably one of the worst pizza experiences I've had. Grimaldi's is such a tourest trap and the pies are not even as good as Lombardi's.

Nick's is only pies. No slices. But for slices we have Di Fara's so it's all good.

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★★★★★

After trying Many pizza restaurants in NYC we've come to the conclusion that Nicks is the absolute best. You need to trek to Forest Hills but it's worth it. Lombardi's comes close but Nicks is just a notch above. Also Lombardis can be a bit inconsistant. As far as John's, Patsy's, Grimaldi's...What are people thinking? John's on Bleeker is probably one of the worst pizza experiences I've had. Grimaldi's is such a tourest trap and the pies are not even as good as Lombardi's.

Nick's is only pies. No slices. But for slices we have Di Fara's so it's all good.

Pros: Best crust, Inexpensive, Red/White pie

Cons: , Parking is tough

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Great Pizza I love since they opened few years now and it never change and that is great ,
I just heard that they are opening a new location in Manhattan on Stone Street (wall street Area) This street is so Europeen looking +a great Pizza That is going to be an inexpensive trip to Italia!!! Can't wait

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★★★★★

Great Pizza I love since they opened few years now and it never change and that is great ,
I just heard that they are opening a new location in Manhattan on Stone Street (wall street Area) This street is so Europeen looking +a great Pizza That is going to be an inexpensive trip to Italia!!! Can't wait

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Nick's Pizza is worth the subway ride! Forest Hills is a shopping and strolling mecca. Try a little shopping and then Nick's pizza and a stroll through the quaint treelined streets of Forest Hills Gardens right around the corner...

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★★★★★

Nick's Pizza is worth the subway ride! Forest Hills is a shopping and strolling mecca. Try a little shopping and then Nick's pizza and a stroll through the quaint treelined streets of Forest Hills Gardens right around the corner...

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Great salads! they have an unbelievable calzone that is also great! pizza was thin and tasty although a bit too "limp" for my taste.

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★★★★☆

Great salads! they have an unbelievable calzone that is also great! pizza was thin and tasty although a bit too "limp" for my taste.

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This is the best pizza in Forest Hills. It is nice enough to enjoy as a nice meal. The brick oven pizza is perfectly cooked with just the right amount of sauce and cheese. Toppings are well prepared and in the correct quantity. The only downside can be the wait. Take out is available, but not delivery. No reservations either.

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★★★★★

This is the best pizza in Forest Hills. It is nice enough to enjoy as a nice meal. The brick oven pizza is perfectly cooked with just the right amount of sauce and cheese. Toppings are well prepared and in the correct quantity. The only downside can be the wait. Take out is available, but not delivery. No reservations either.

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fresh and tasty. the crust is thin and the sauce is tomatoey!!

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★★★★★

fresh and tasty. the crust is thin and the sauce is tomatoey!!

Cons: parking

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Nick's Pizzeria is a very good envioremental restaurant with a decent food.

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★★★★★

Nick's Pizzeria is a very good envioremental restaurant with a decent food.

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Nick's Pizza is simply fabulous. While I have eaten John's Pizza several times over the past few years (the new Broadway location is beautiful but the pizza isn't as good as the Bleecker St location so why bother), Nick's remains consistent. It never disappoints. Their salads are delicious too!

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★★★★☆

Nick's Pizza is simply fabulous. While I have eaten John's Pizza several times over the past few years (the new Broadway location is beautiful but the pizza isn't as good as the Bleecker St location so why bother), Nick's remains consistent. It never disappoints. Their salads are delicious too!

Pros: Quick Takeout

Cons: Street Parking

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I can now walk to the Grimaldi's from home but lived in Forest Hills for 5 years. Nick's is jusy better.

2
★★★★★

I can now walk to the Grimaldi's from home but lived in Forest Hills for 5 years. Nick's is jusy better.

Pros: Lightening service

Cons: small space

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THis is an easy to find little place that has the best brick oven, Pizza. Really, it is so good, and so fresh you will wonder why other restaurnats can't get it right.

Sure, the menu is limited - but it does not need to be deep. Simple works, you'll see.

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★★★★★

THis is an easy to find little place that has the best brick oven, Pizza. Really, it is so good, and so fresh you will wonder why other restaurnats can't get it right.

Sure, the menu is limited - but it does not need to be deep. Simple works, you'll see.

Pros: Fresh Everything!

Cons: No Delivery

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Pizza at Nick's is light, satisfying and made to suit your eclectic taste. You may choose your own toppings which come arranged on a thin, crisp dough.
There should be more choices of items to load on the pie, still quality of their classic pizza is a slice above.
Service pleasant, fast and helpful, but not overbearing.

2
★★★★☆

Pizza at Nick's is light, satisfying and made to suit your eclectic taste. You may choose your own toppings which come arranged on a thin, crisp dough.
There should be more choices of items to load on the pie, still quality of their classic pizza is a slice above.
Service pleasant, fast and helpful, but not overbearing.

Pros: conversation friendly, no fuss dining

Cons: parking

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Good Service, often crowded, great pizza. And it is in Forest Hills not Flushing as indicated. Price is also right.

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★★★★★

Good Service, often crowded, great pizza. And it is in Forest Hills not Flushing as indicated. Price is also right.

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The best thing to eat after a long day of work--Nick's Pizza.

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★★★★★

The best thing to eat after a long day of work--Nick's Pizza.

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Big Nicks on the Upper West side is the perfect pizza. It is delicious, oozes, and amazing.

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★★★★★

Big Nicks on the Upper West side is the perfect pizza. It is delicious, oozes, and amazing.

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It's a sad, sad day in New York when by the best pizza you can buy is hidden in the byways of Forest Hills, Queens, but break out that backpack and hop on that train cuz the bounty ahead is well worth the trek. The crust is super thin, smokey and perfectly crisp; the sauce has a rich flavor with just enough sass to satify those lower taste buds; and the fresh handmade mozzarella pulls it all together without masking the other flavors. I've been to the rest, and while Grimaldis may sate my fix, Nick Angelis' pies leave me in awe and wonder.

The joint may be tiny and a bit non-descript, but check out those snazzy tin ceilings, and dig in to the bounty.

2
★★★★★

It's a sad, sad day in New York when by the best pizza you can buy is hidden in the byways of Forest Hills, Queens, but break out that backpack and hop on that train cuz the bounty ahead is well worth the trek. The crust is super thin, smokey and perfectly crisp; the sauce has a rich flavor with just enough sass to satify those lower taste buds; and the fresh handmade mozzarella pulls it all together without masking the other flavors. I've been to the rest, and while Grimaldis may sate my fix, Nick Angelis' pies leave me in awe and wonder.

The joint may be tiny and a bit non-descript, but check out those snazzy tin ceilings, and dig in to the bounty.

Pros: Crust, Sauce, Cheese

Cons: Location, Location, location

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I read that this was one of the best places in NYC to eat pizza....What is the deal people??? It's decent but there is so much better. If you are a fan of the thin crust, this is a good pizza($2 for a topping is a bit much)...We had terrific service(wasn't crowded) and a great salad.

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★★★★☆

I read that this was one of the best places in NYC to eat pizza....What is the deal people??? It's decent but there is so much better. If you are a fan of the thin crust, this is a good pizza($2 for a topping is a bit much)...We had terrific service(wasn't crowded) and a great salad.

 

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