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Nina's

487 Main Street Northport, NY 631-261-6822

Nina's in Northport. (Dec. ?27, ?2014)

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Type: Italian, Pizza Price range: $ (Inexpensive) Description:

This Northport pizzeria in the quieter end of Northport's Main Street works hard to cover the basics, and then goes on its own way. You can have a Margherita pie, but also a Buffalo tribute with chicken and spicy sauce, too.

The focaccia sandwiches add to the selection, including many usual favorites like cacciatore, chicken Parmigiana, eggplant Parmigiana and eggplant rollatine. The whole-wheat pizzas with a sesame crust add another touch, while a Mexican pizza with refried beans makes for a unique opportunity. Chicago-style deep-dish pies, pies with a Thai accent and others match up with the Grandma pizza in a happily difficult decision.

As for the calzones, there are many available, stuffed with tastes like ricotta, pecorino Romano and mozzarella; you may also add ham, sausage, meatballs, broccoli, spinach--mix and match as you please.

Hours: Sun-Thurs: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri-Sat: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Credit cards: Accepted Accessibility: Yes Notable dishes: Whole-wheat sesame-crust pizzas, baked pastas, hero sandwiches.

Nina's is a Main Street pizzeria that covers the basics and then goes on its own way. You can have a Margherita, but also a Buffalo tribute with chicken and spicy sauce, too. The focaccia sandwiches add to the competition; the cacciatore includes chicken, mozzarella and peppers. Chicken Parmigiana, eggplant Parmigiana, eggplant rollatine ... you know the list already. The whole-wheat pizzas with a sesame crust add another touch. And for the curious, there's a Mexican pizza with refried beans. Chicago-style deep-dish pies, pies with a Thai accent and others go tomato-to-tomato with the Grandma pizza that's defined by mozzarella and company. Calzones are available stuffed with ricotta, pecorino Romano and mozzarella; you may add ham, sausage, meatballs, broccoli, spinach. Mix and match. 

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