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.
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 .
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.