My wife and I split brisket and eggs, it was perfect. You won't leave hungry. Waitresses are fast and personable, which makes for a pleasant experience.
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The tacos were like what you would fix at home. The barbeque is not like KC, Texas, etc. The beef ribs were not good. My daughter did not like the pulled pork, which is usually one of her favorites. She ate the pork ribs and...More
Sedona can be filled with tourists and it is a great relief to find a down-home place where the locals go. The food was fantastic, the service was the real deal. And it was very convenient to where I was staying in Sedona. It was...More
Nick's was our choice for dinner on our last night of vacation. We had not eaten since breakfast and were realllly hungry, and we also did not want a fancy dining place. Reviews looked good so we chose Nick's. This is a bar/restaurant. We were...More
The locals might eat there but I'd say it's just OK. Food and service were fine but I wouldn't add it to my Sedona list of places to go.
We spend our winters in Sedona and have tried most of the restaurants over the years. There are many choices of restaurants in Sedona, many (if not most of them) are on the pricey side. Nick's is a refreshing change. If you like great food,...More
Nick's on the West Side listens , when I ordered my Denver Omelet I asked " Well done please " as I do not care for eggs undercooked. When my Denver arrived it had A Brazilian Tan !!! just like I like it. So many...More
Visited Nicks on the west side for dinner on recommendation from local. Nicks looks like a dive but the food was great and priced fairly. We had ribs, brisket and chili rellenos and they were all good, especially the ribs and chili rellenos. The paper...More