Service was excellent. Our waitress was amazing. Super nice, boxed up everything for us when we were done and took our picture for date night. The food was excellent. The bread basket is on point and offers a diverse group of different breads to try out. The lobster bisque was really tasty. Altho I am a fan of a little spice in my food, which is what made the bisque have a unique good flavor. The steak was cooked perfectly, it did have a bit much fat on it for my liking but that definitely didn't take away from the excellent flavor and the perfect medium rare cooking of it. We also ordered the hash brown brick. Definitely worth trying. Seasoned really well. Does need ketchup, not because of flavor but because it is dry, in my opinion. Dessert was phenomenal. We chose the Apple cheesecake and 9 layer chocolate cake. They have so many options available. There drink menu is worth sticking around for. They make delicious beverages. I ordered a spicy margarita drink and a filthy Manhattan. All of the flavors of each drink blended just perfectly. We didn't have a single bad thing there. Absolutely look forward to going back. The atmosphere is welcoming and the view over the city is pretty cool, since it is located on the 30th floor. The bar on the other side "Pinnacle lounge" I believe is what it's called, is bad. Don't go there. They do not know how to mix a drink properly. The amaretto sour I ordered tasted like weak Dollar general off brand koolaide mixed with pool water. Luckily tho that bar doesn't have anything to do with Nick and Nino's. Def go check out Nick and Nino's for great food, great service, and a romantic atmosphere.