Nino's Italian Restaurant
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- Yummy Gnocchi!
- Omg, this place is divine!!!! It's not in the best section of town, but I still felt safe. Just be sure to lock your car. A Yeats, the food, the service - amazing! A true hidden gem.
- Try my favorite: the Fettucine Alla Michela, Fettuccine with fresh shrimp and scallops in a light Pernod and saffron cream sauce. -MS
- Nino's Cucina Italiana on Cheshire Bridge is said to be the oldest Italian restaurant in Atlanta. And has been family-owned and operated since 1968.
- Best little Italian family owned restaurant in Atlanta. Sooo authentic!
- Best Italian food in Atlanta. Nice, cozy atmosphere and completely unpretentious. I suggest the calamari for an appetizer, & lasagna, seafood ravioli, Chicken Allesandra, & Veal Parmesan for dinner.
- Me senti na Itlia. Local aconchegante, comida perfeita, e carta de vinhos digna.
- Zuppa Di Pesce FTW!! The spicy marinara is brilliant, and my go-to when I visit the best Italian restaurant in Atlanta!
- Consistently excellent over many years. Friendly staff.
- Prosciutto and melon!!
- Haven't been here in years, but I was in the mood for Italian tonight, and Nino's exceeded expectations...better than I remembered...don't know why it's taken me so long to get back there...
- Do not get the meatballs. They were not very good. The Lasagna was very good. Highly recommend that. A little over priced but if you go on Monday-Wednesday you can use a scoutmob.
- Insalate della casa (I think that's what it's called), gnocchi, raspberry chocolate flourless cake and prosecco = perfect meal!
- Great staff. Eggplant and its sauce are light and amazing.
- The Zuppe di pesce is unbelievably good.
- The baked clams appetizer is a must.
- Be sure to try their escargot, its one of their specialties!
- Where should you bring your godfather for some straight-off-the-boat authentic Italian? Since 1968, Nino's Cucina Italiana is the oldest Italian restaurant in the city.
- Best place and great wine
- Tony and his family are the best!