Nino’s Pizza & Restaurant (Orlando)

Posted on September 6th, 2017 · Italian Orlando Pizza Subs/Salads

***** Nino’s Pizza & Restaurant, 6194 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, Florida 32810, (407) 253-7363.

For our purposes let’s call Nino’s Pizza & Restaurant “an out of sight, out of mind joint”…

I don’t know about you guys, but in Jeff Eats’ book- Orlando (where Nino’s is located) and Boca Raton (where Jeff Eats lives) aren’t exactly a hop, skip, and jump from each other!

Last night, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats “did” dinner at Nino’s and just- as it did back in 2013 (when Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats last visited) is still pumping out delicious reasonably priced stuff!

Let Jeff Eats wrap this tale up for you guys by saying, if Nino’s was by Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats’ Boca Raton abode, we’d be real steady customers!

Posted on November 13th, 2013

***** Nino’s Pizza & Restaurant, 6194 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, Florida 32810, (407) 253-7363.

The next time you are in Orlando…visiting the kid at UCF, or riding the rides at Disney & Universal, or doing Halloween Horror Night or shopping at some outlet mall—do yourself a huge favor and go eat at Nino’s Pizza & Restaurant–a “mom & pop” red sauce joint that will absolutely blow you away.

Jeff Eats’ poison-Halloween Horror Night at Universal Studios…Mrs. Jeff Eats’ -outlet mall, as if you didn’t see that one coming!


Like I said 9 seconds ago, you guys gotta try Nino’s Pizza. This un-assuming pizza joint, turns out some of the most delicious New York Style Pizza -Jeff Eats has had in Florida. A large 16 inch -thin crusted/sweet sauce pie will set you back $10.95. After you and your family/friends order the pizza, figure on splitting…equally-delicious sausage/peppers/onions stromboli roll ($6.95), a veal parmigiana 10″ sub ($8.45), a meatball 10″ sub ($6.95) and some meat lasagna ($9.95). By the way, based on how Jeff Eats eats, I’m thinking that the aforementioned (that’s the lawyer in me!) family/friends are maybe 3–tops 4 people…if you got more, just order more stuff.

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Let me wrap things up here…

Nino’s food was so terrific, that Jeff Eats “took to go” a sausage/pepperoni stromboli roll ($6.95) and a large mozzarella/ricotta calzone ($13) for a next day Boca Raton reheating.

No fooling around here…Nino’s is a must try.

The joint is open Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm, closed on Sunday.

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