Great Authentic Italian.
I went to Nino's for an authentic Italian dinning experience, and that is just what I got. Since, I have returned more than a few times. The food every time has been more than delicious and the service, far beyond the expected.
I have tried something new every visit and have yet to be disappointed. A few items that I have experienced for my self are the, Fettuccine Alfredo, Spaghetti Meat Ball, Chicken Primavera, Mozzarella Pesto Sandwich, Chicken Marsala, Steak Florentine, and several pizza variations. The marinara is phenomenal and I would say the best I have had at any Italian restaurant, the veggies are always cooked to perfection and blend so well with every meal. The chicken would have to be my favorite by far, I am a chicken fan and Nino's as some of the best chicken dinners out there. The pizza is marvelous and without a doubt one of the best that I have had in the area. They have great Italian food with the ideal Italian setting.
The setting is just right for a romantic dinner or a family night out, I have done both. Nino's is very clean and well organized, there has been remodeling done but it all goes together very well. I personally love eating on the patio, California is perfect for an outside dinning experience anytime of year. The atmosphere was fantastic the people are friendly and inviting and I have always received prompt service. The pricing is fair for the portions and low for the quality. They are very accurate and in all the times I have been I have had very few slip ups, but when I have, they have fixed it quickly and without question. I love the atmosphere, love the setting, it is a great place to go anytime. I know I will be returning for years to come.
All in all, this is a great authentic Italian restaurant with delicious food and a wonderful setting. I would Highly recommend Nino's to anyone looking for Italian or just a great place to eat and enjoy the evening.
Ninos Itilian restraunt long beach.
At Ninos The food is very good. All items are hand made, Pizza, lasagna, manocotti ect. We have been going to ninos since it opened in 1958. It is an old place and it shows, but the atmosphere is great and the service is always good. Plenty of seating and with the old man (Nino) walking around and talking to guests you always feel welcome.
My boyfriend and I went to Nino's about 2 weeks ago. Everything was average. The bruschetta was tasty. My boyfriend really liked his cobb salad. I had the meat raviolis, which was okay. I still prefer La Rizzi's on 7th Street in Long Beach. There food is full of flavor.