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I've been coming for years and years and I hope to never, ever stop and bring my own future children to Nicola's Pizza. It's an institution for a reason and it's a part of Rehoboth's culture for a reason. I started the year 2020 by...More
Even though I have seen it tons of times, we never had gone there till tonight.
Good place to eat. We had pizza and stuffed shells. We both love the food.
Would go there again.
Good prices, great service and the wait staff were all...More
Easy parking no meters this time of year. Warm greeting at front door server came straight over. Had the salad with onions n Cheese we split it also had an order of the boardwalk fries. Then Carl had the spaghetti and meatballs I had the...More
We decided to switch up out normal pizza visit from Grotto, to Nicola. We were pleasantly surprised and happy we did. We came in on Friday Trivia night. It was packed, but we found the last 2 chairs left in the place. We sat down,...More
Some traditions don't change. Nicolas is one of those places that bring back memories of the old days at Rehoboth Beach.
We've been craving a Nic-o-Boli for some time now. Chose the old location on 1st. More tradition with the overhead model train - can't...More
After first going to Nicolas in the mid 80s and every year since; I am sad to say that their pizza is no longer king. The crust has changed going from superb to very average Crust needs chew and theirs has become tough Cheese,toppings and...More
absolutely. I was in Rehobeth Beach in early May, and as always, my wife and I went to Nicola Pizza for lunch (always the one on 1st street. the one on Rehobeth Ave is a sports bar). They had jars of sauce on the counter and... More
absolutely. I was in Rehobeth Beach in early May, and as always, my wife and I went to Nicola Pizza for lunch (always the one on 1st street. the one on Rehobeth Ave is a sports bar). They had jars of sauce on the counter and we considered buying one to send to our older son in Chicago.