Uncle Nick's (Closed Temporarily)

86% love it
GayCities Members report that Uncle Nick's is temporarily closed, let us know if it has re-opened
Go Greek!
Looking for a fresh catch on the West Side? Discover Uncle Nicks! He was one of the first in the 80s to bring fresh, moderately priced Greek food to Manhattan, in family-size portions, and hes been there ever since! Were not fancy, we dont dim the lights and our dishes are made to eat, not admire but when youre in the mood for a friendly, festive meal with lots of laughter, good spirits, and generous portions of hearty, Greek cooking, Uncle Nicks is the place for you.


    • cubanewyork
      cubanewyork Over a year ago

      Love the saganaki!

    • masculingm
      masculingm Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Greek that has to go back to its taste roots!
      Uncle Nick’s has been around for several decades. However this doesn’t mean the food was great. I had the stuffed vine leaves as an appetizer which was good. Then “Elliniki Compania” which is a type of gyro platter made up of beef, pita, a small portion of tzatziki sauce, a small portion of tomatoes and onions which seemed to have been frozen and tasteless, a bed of rice which doesn’t complement the dish at all, and 2 pork souvlaki which were buried under the beef and were very dry. My friend had “Mosharisio Kebob which was very disappointing and tasteless and served over a bead of rice. Prices are high for such food. We won’t go back there.