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- $24 for $40 worth of Italian cuisine for two or more
- $48 for $80 worth of Italian cuisine for four or more
The menu launches meals with classic appetizers such as calamari fritta ($8) before moving on to Italian favorites such as chicken marsala with mushrooms ($16) and veal parmigiana with mozzarella cheese ($15). Specialty pizzas include the Nicky, with pepperoni, olives, canadian bacon, and sausage ($19.95 for a large).
Nicolino's Italian Restaurant
Mark and Rhonda Nicolino, owners of Nicolino's Italian Restaurant, have a passion for tradition. Five of their waiters have been setting tables and taking orders here for more than 15 years. Visitors might even meet more than one of them during the course of a meal—Nicolino's servers work without assigned sections, instead spreading their attention to guests throughout the dining area, where old paintings and family photos fill the walls.
Mark and Rhonda also want guests to taste their family history: nearly all of their time-tested recipes were handed down by Mark's father—affectionately known as "Papa"—who launched the family legacy in 1969 with a small Palm Springs delicatessen. The menu includes hand-tossed thin-crust pizzas and freshly made pasta drizzled with marinara sauce or tossed with chicken, veal, shellfish, and vegetables. The menu also features local California and imported wines, allowing guests to clink glasses over home runs and successful flaming-hoop jumps broadcast on three big-screen TVs.