What You'll Get
Today's Groupon gets you $20 worth of Italian food for $10 at Nick's Place, a cozy sports café with a fully stocked bar and great pizza. With football-friendly fare including mozzarella sticks, buffalo wings, pizza, calamari, cheese fries, stuffed mushrooms, and cheese balls molded to look exactly like Herschel Walker's pecs, Nick's Place is the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy the game. This Groupon is good for colossal amounts of perfectly seasoned homemade Italian food.
Nick's has more than 40 TVs with satellite, DirecTV, cable, and subscriptions to plenty of sports packages—you're sure to catch some sort of goal, point, hit, touchdown, score, or run with every bite of a delicious Italian dish. Hand-tossed pizza is the Nick's Place specialty: the menu has eight specialty pizzas (such as chicken arugula, Philly cheese steak, and bacon double cheeseburger) and made-to-order calzones. Or dine on classic Italian dishes including baked ziti, chicken parmigiana, and spaghetti. Nick's Place opens at 9 a.m., so you can stop by early to see sports over an espresso and breakfast calzone. It's a fun spot with rustic, down-to-earth decor (exposed wood and bare brick walls), and regulars say the service is so friendly you feel like you're watching the game at home.
Citysearchers give Nick's Place an average of 4.5 stars:
- The staff was great and made me feel at home...10 years later and I am still going to Nicks Place, even though I live way out in Richmond, TX. The beer is still ice cold, the food is still great. – Hoss77
- You can get treated like a real person. The feeling is like being at your friends [sic] house. (no your best friend.) It is real and not sugar coated. – knarfness
- Nick's Place has it all - several flat screen HD TVs, great food with top notch service. Im [sic] impressed and will definitely be back. – Ahmann
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid with any other offers. Tax, gratuity, or alcohol not included. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.