Nick's Bar and Restaurant

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General Information: 124 Millbury St
Worcester, MA 01610
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No Smoking
Admission: Never a cover charge
Hours: 1 PM-2 AM Sunday
4 PM-2 AM Monday - Friday
1 PM-2 AM Saturday
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Largest Group: Unknown
Take Out: Yes
Reservations Offered: Yes

Food: German

Music: Jazz, Latin, Musicals/Broadway, Novelty, Oldies, Pop

Interest Areas: Music / Singing, Novelty Acts, Theatre

Nick's is a beautiful, European style bar and restaurant, serving German food, fine wines, imported beers, and specialty cocktails. Nick's hand picked entertainment is like nothing else around, Nick's specializes in cabaret, jazz, and retro groups. There is never a cover charge and the atmosphere is unrivalled.

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3 Nick's Bar and Restaurant Bar or Pub, Restaurant Reviews
ReviewerServiceSelectionQualityAtmosphereAverage Rating
(1=Poor, 5=Excellent)
4.67 3.67 4.67 5.00 4.50
Jul 5, 2009
5 4 4 5 4.50
Like the food.. wish there was more reg food on menu burger, wings.Love, love love the atmosphere 
Jan 12, 2008
5 4 5 5 4.75
I have to say that Nick's pub really blew me away for atmosphere, food, and service. I think you will know as soon as you walk in that this is a different kind of place. How many sport bars can one really handle? Any place that has a Guinness tap as the backup tap is impressive....all beers here are excellent. Defintely have the gingerbread dessert item - the best dessert I probably have ever had. seriously. Check it out. -dru 
Steven Espach
Jan 8, 2008
4 3 5 5 4.25
Nick's is absolutely wonderful. The first time I went was after work early on a Sunday evening. It was quiet inside. Both Chip and Kristen were working behind the bar. Chip had to deal with one of the Millbury Street locals which he did in a gracious manner. I decided that I would tackle all six of the German beers on tap. Nick's has two signature draft lager beers: a light lager and a dark lager. They also carry draft Paulaner Hefewiesen and Spaten's lager (much like a Heineken) Oktoberfest and Optimator. The Optimator is outrageous!! Have that with your dessert. After the fall there was a draft replacement for the Oktoberfest which went out season. I can't remember what they replaced it with. Thank goodness they serve delicious German food to absorb the brew. Some of you might say that's an oxymoron. Not true! Although I must confess, I have the genetic disposition for this cuisine. The menu is short on dishes, but the dishes Nicole serves are great. I chose the Nick's plate which features a Bratwurst and a Knockwurst, hot sauerkraut, cold red cabbage and hot German potato salad and a tasty mustard to dip into. The sausages were really fresh and tasty with a snap when you bite into the skins. The potato salad was wonderful with the dill, bacon, onion and vinegar. And both cabbages were crunchy and sour; the red cabbage was sweet as well. The perfect contradiction! My girlfriend chose the Eintopf, which in English means one pot. In the dish were hot egg noodles with onions, Emmentaler cheese, bacon, Black Forrest and other mushrooms and butter. Lots of butter. The second time there we ate the same thing, but we drank the Pomme (apple) and Framboise (raspberry) Lambics, as well as several other bottled beers which I can't remember. To top off the meal, you have to have Nicole's gingerbread with the fresh whipped cream on top. It's great to finish the evening off. My Grandmother is shaking her spoon at me from the grave right now. Nick's has a special of Sauerbraten since the new year and she plans on other specials in the future. I've also had the pretzel, which my great uncle from Brooklyn used to call "Bretzle" that's a bready pretzel. I want to try the cheese plate with the added goose liver. The bar itself is beautiful with a full line of spirits on the shelves. The room is dark, moody and cozy. The bar stools are comfortable to sit on for a while. The small booths in the bar and the larger booths in the back room are quite comfortable too. You can enjoy looking at the art on the walls including the Rhine Maiden and the stained glass. I look forward to hearing an accordion player or an Oom-Pah band next October in the back room! It's the best place in Worcester County to get German food! 

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