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Nino's Of Boca II
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2014
Our favorite go-to local pizza joint. Great service and delicious New York style pizza. Service is excellent! We usually do take out but the restaurant is clean and cute, neighborhood atmosphere. We've had catering from here as well and it's been delicious and reasonably priced. Can't say enough great things about this place!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2014
Great service and excellent food!
Posted by Leigh on 02/23/2014
I think this was once of the best Italian restaurants in Florida, but recently I had meal that was sub par, but this was not the worst part. We did let the waitress know that while this particular dish is usually superb, it was just about inedible that evening. The eggplant was undercooked and something was "off". What was wrong was that they were rude about dealing with a long term customer and only kept repeating, " no one complains about this meal", and neither had we in over 17 years of eating here!! I am not sure we will return if this is how they feel customers can be treated. I will be sharing our experience with friends as well. Too bad because this was a restaurant worth traveling for once upon a time!!
Posted by Frank Coppola on 05/05/2012
Second time at Nino's of East Boca 2 was even better than the first time we went there. My wife went GAGA over the fresh salmon. I had to try the Lamb Chops. They were everything the server said they would be.
Posted by Barry on 01/25/2012
We've been going to the original Nino's in the Del Mar Shopping Center for about 12 years now, having found it one evening by accident. All the parmegana dishes are excellent, especially the shrimp parm -- it's the best I've ever had. My wife likes their pizza, which is relatively thin crust but not wafer thin, and she also enjoys the various cheesy pasta dishes like manicotti and ravioli. The mussels marinara is terrific either as an appetizer or main course. In fact, every Nino's dish that uses red sauce (or red gravy as they call it in South Philly) is worthy of its Southern Italian origins. Although they have a decent wine list, it's a shame they don't have draft beers. But at least they offer a frosted mug along with your Peroni or other bottled beer. Make sure you ask for garlic bread (on the house) while you're waiting for your first course to arrive. It's not quite as garlicky as it used to be, but still sweet and tangy. Service is usually very good, although the wait for a table or booth can be long during snow bird season, of course.