ITALIAN RESTAURANTS IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK - SEND US YOUR REVIEW
NICK'S SEABREEZE INN - 4581 Culver Road, Rochester, NY 585.323.1950
Submitted by the Refrigerator Editor & Maureen

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MR. SAM'S

Nick's menu claims to have the best lasagna in town. I don't know about that, but he has the best collection of photo memorabilia. My father told me about this place and he pronounces Italian with a long "I". Nick used to work at Club 86 in Geneva, New York. The Three Suns' photo in the upper left hand corner is autographed "To Nick, a very wonderful guy. Thanks for everthing. The Three Suns". I don't know if Nick was an entertainer but he did do an imitation of my dad. We ate at a table under pictures of Elvis and Larry Hagman with a woman (shown below).

Maureen writes: After golfing 18 holes today, M and I were tired, hungry, and ready to sit down and eat a nice meal . We wanted to find a decent restaurant near home with no waiting in crowded smoky bar areas. Well, we FOUND IT ! NICK'S SEA BREEZE INN - right across from Sea Breeze Amusement park.

I've driven by this place a million times but have never checked it out. I'd call NICK'S "the best kept secret of Irondequoit ". The service was exceptional - we sat right down, even though the dining room was lively with a large group of some bowling league winners celebrating their "end of season" trophy ceremony . We felt like a part of the scene. Their prizes were funny .

The owner, (I assume that was Nick) treated us like gold. He seated us, checked on our meal, and was very friendly without being too invasive. M had a Prime Rib and I had the manicotti- both were excellent. The manicotti here is the type that is made with crepes instead of the pasta. Very light and it hit the spot ! Best of all, the bill came to only $35-ish for those dinners and a glass of Chianti each. You Must Go there! I told Nick we'd be back.

 

 

 

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NICK'S

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