Nino's - Atlanta
His reputation for serving exceptional Italian cuisine has attracted devoted locals who return time and again, along with a long list of celebrities who had heard of Nino's reputation and stopped in to sample the fare. Many of the dishes on Nino's menu are original recipes brought from Italy by Antonio and his brother Giuseppe.
Alessandra Antonio's daughter has taken over the restaurant with her husband Micah. We invite you to enjoy a memor
One of the best Italian Restaurants in Atlanta. Has been and always will be - authentic and the food is always top notch. Would highly recommend.
We took my husband to Nino’s for Father’s Day ave enjoys the food and the ambience.
Birthday dinner and they have us a free dessert
Everything about our experience at Nino's was splendid. We were greeted cordially, our server was fantastic, and the food was spectacular. My rapini dish and our tiramisu dessert were probably the best I've ever had.
A Great place for authentic Italian food. The food was outstanding.
We ate inside. Excellent food and service.
We’ve been eating at Nino’s for 20+ years, and never been disappointed. Same this time. The food was hot, delicious, plentiful and and promptly served. (The one thing that is subpar is the table bread.) Impressive desserts, too. Our waitress, Jillana (sp?), was terrific - friendly, knowledgeable, attentive without being annoying, and just plain charming.
This is the best Italian restaurant in Atlanta.It stands alone at the top.It never misses.I have been going there for over 40 years.Coming from Brooklyn I grew up with the best Italian food.Nino's compares.
It was unexpectedly pouring down rain as I was about to leave and the maitre d offered me an umbrella someone had left months ago. Told me to keep it, which I did because I would have gotten drenched trying to get it back to him. Paid it forward by giving it to the front desk of my hotel - as I was doing it, a young lady came up and asked if they had an umbrella she could use. Matter of fact..,,,
Well I taunted myself trying to find a good Italian restaurant and was on open table and yelp for hours trying to accommodate my husband and son’s love for Italian food. I read the reviews for Ninos and decided to try it. As I entered the hostess stand to let her know we were here for our 7p reservation I then stepped aside. It was busy. I mean very busy with a very limited wait area.
The hostess after 10 min said ma’am there is a spot in the corner for you to stand. I said in the corner. Um no. I will stand out of the way but not in the corner as you instructed. It was rude. After 40 min our table was ready. She thanked us for our patience and then handed us our menus. A nice Asian gentleman came over, made pleasantries and put an extra place serving down.
We waited a few more minutes to get water. We were not introduced to our waiter and my temperament started to get a few degrees hot. We also watched an older gentleman attend to the table that was seated after us and unbeknownst that was also our waiter. He finally came to the table and asked what we having. No explanation of the menu. No mention of there were specials, just nothing. I think he could see the irritation on my face. We ordered calamari to start, a glass of wine, beer and a sprite.. Bread and Bruschetta was sent over complimentary. The table next to us asked the waiter hey can we get some bread for our table. It’s pretty clear that it wasn’t a good night for that waiter. He lacked everything for our first experience. The calamari was good. We ordered: hubby chicken parmigiana, me a Cesar salad and baked clams, the son ordered SPAGHETTI AL PEPERONCINO EVA. Everyone loved their food. I have one complaint the Cesar dressing was not the taste I was looking for.
I’ll chalk the service up to a bad night. The food was good. I won’t say that I won’t go back but it will definitely be a minute!
Been going for almost 45 years love this place
Old School Italian that has been an Atlanta staple for many years. Fantastic food and service.
What a great time. Food is consistent. Service is friendly and very attentive.
Great food and people
Great food and cool atmosphere!
I love the fact that this is a restaurant that has been in Atlanta for years. However I believe they are resting on their laurels. Not one staff member or server smiled or asked us how we were doing. I'm sure this has charm to some people but the level of service was poor. Our food was very underwhelming. My veal was overcooked and under seasoned. The only food on our table that was better than average was a homemade ravioli stuffed with sausage. We were rushed the whole time to get in and out of the restaurant as soon as possible. There are too many good Italian restaurants in this city to keep fequenting Ninos
Ninos is delightfully old school Italian! Waiters you recognize from each visit. The kitchen has great dishes like the pasta with vodka sauce and they’ll cook dishes not on the menu if you prefer.
I’d highlty recommend Ninos for a variety of occasions!
There for my Mother’s 80th birthday. Older crowd. Great classic Italian food.
Nino's is incredibly consistent with great food and great service.
It has been 20 years since I have been to Ninos. Still rocking the same vibe and the same great food.
A classic Atlanta restaurant with no pretense.
Everything was great. Food was delicious and the service was excellent
Wonderful evening. Great service.
Soooo good. I have been to Nino’s 3 times now and it doesn’t disappoint. Best Italian in ATL I have had.
Table set up was not comfortable. We were seated in a corner with a long table and it was impossible to converse with each other not only because of seating arrangement but restaurant was loud. Our server even had difficulty hearing when we spoke to him. The room was dark and one could barely read the menu. Server was not as attentive as I would have expected for Nino’s. The food was average. I was served the clams with a red sauce over spaghetti. The clams were in shell, tough and some with bad taste . I could find no red sauce and many of the clams had not opened during cooking. Dead clams? Should not have been served. I ate the pasta and only a few clams.
The choice of deserts were scarce and frankly, not very tasty.
Sorry Nino’s you fell short.
We were very excited to try this restaurant but it was disappointing. The minute we sat down we were rushed to place our orders. We tried to tell the server that we wanted a bit of time to look at the menu and decide. That was not received very well. Some of the food was very good but other dishes were not great. The wine menu was very good.
Our dinner was Wonderful! Loved the clam appetizer, eggplant parmesan, pasta and every single bite! Service was very good!
Lost my reservation and veal so tough could not chew. Poor waiter, dirty looking and not attentive.
Won’t go back anytime soon for sure!
You can always count on Nino's for great food and its Quiet!!!
Great wait staff
watery cocktail - average food - good service & ambiance
Server forgot to order appetizer. When trying to pay he was not around anywhere. Took about 10 minutes for him to return.
Loved it, as always. Best Southern Italian restaurant in Atlanta.
I have been going to Ninos since it first opened.I grew up in New York in an Italian neighborhood and am used to good Italian food.Ninos fills a great void for me.It is by far the best Italian restaurant in Atlanta.Old fashioned Italian food like the Italian Mama's used to cook on the block where I grew up.The food at Ninos alwaqys pleases and the staff aims to please.Every meal there is memorable and to be frank,I have never had a bad meal there.
Have eaten here many times and had different items each time. So far we have not been disappointed. Food and service is always good. Not stuffy, not elite, just well prepared, presented, good food and a very attentive wait staff that works together to make the experience enjoyable.
This restaurant is always excellent--5 Stars. Always. The clams oreganata are the best I have had anywhere including Italy. My table had fettucine bolognese with meat balls, pasta with baby clams, pasta with shrimp. All delicious. Some wine and bourbon. A great evening with close friends.
Creative kitchen, well coming staff, a European touch and soft background music makes Nino a go-to restaurant for us.
Always good- We can always count on a fabulous meal here. The fish and pasta plus homemade desserts are FABULOUS!
We’ve been coming here for years. It’s one of the last oldest Italian restaurants in Atlanta. The food and service is always outstanding.