Indulge your senses at Nonna Mia. This charming café & pizzeria serves up premium oven-fired pizzas, calzones and traditional Italian cuisine in a quaint, relaxed space that includes an outdoor patio. The extensive menu is conveniently divided into different categories, including fresh salad, soup, Panini (sandwiches) and hearty pasta dishes. Stop by for lunch and enjoy some mouthwatering chicken parmesan, served in a marinara sauce and the pasta of your choice. This restaurant also gives diners the option of building their own pasta dishes, with chicken, seafood, veggies or Nonna Mia's homemade meatball. This restaurant makes a charming pick for a casual lunch alone or a romantic dinner with a loved one. The menu features a tidy wine list, carefully selected to complement with its meals. Nonna Mia is open for lunch and dinner every day.
The food was very tasty and the portion size was very large.
Food was great. The service was great. The air conditioning was terrible. Was probably 80 degrees inside and 85 outside. We ordered our dinner and went outside for drinks. The outdoor area is very nice, and the light winds felt better than the circulation inside. The waiter did later bring a fan to put close to our table. I will definitely go back, but maybe later in the fall.
Although a little pricey, the food was delicious. Would have appreciated a small side salad with my meal of gnocchi as it was extremely rich. Filet mignon was tender and cooked to perfection. Heather was the best server and allowed us to have a very relaxed enjoyable evening. Will definitely go back.
Pizza was thin and overcooked, The cauliflower appetizer was good. Service was fine but a little warm in the corner where we were sitting
I am really disappointed in both Open Table and Nonna. We went for our confirmed reservation only to find the restaurant CLOSED. Now, why wasn't that apparent on the booking site?
Pasta (homemade) was great. Pizzas were good - just be prepared for some really different ingredients. Portions were small when compared to the price. Went for ladies birthday, perfect for that. Not so sure our husbands would be impressed.
Always love Nonna. The food is fabulous. Music was loud this time and struggled to get the staff to turn it down. At least the tunes were good ones that they were playing. Drowned out the conversation to much and made it hard for our group to hear. Otherwise, everything was grand. Thanks.
From the welcome hostess to the final ticket was paid, we were attended to very well. The food was excellent and would recommend to anyone who like great food and ambiance
Nonna was a superb find. My wife and I had one of the best meals in several years...and we spent a week in Charleston last year enjoying its restaurants. I wish we had a Nonna in Little Rock.
Our waiter Bill was the best waiter I have ever had. He was very friendly and went out of his way to make sure you were happy. The food was great and I would come back here than Olive Garden. It was a little more expensive than Olive Garden but to me and my wife it was well worth it. I would highly recommend this restraint and look forward to going back.
I have been there several times and have always enjoyed it.
I was so disappointed from the waitress mixing up glass or wines ordered to the food being overcooked to flies all around us inside. I will not be visiting again.
Great place to dine. Local sources. As good as any place in larger cities.
First time I have ever seen a service charge on a check for 6 and was not real sure what that was for.
Meh. The veal piccata was heavily breaded/fried and other than a few capers wasn't really recognizable as veal piccata. Too bad. My son asked for plain spaghetti with a side of sauce and meatballs. They brought the pasta with red sauce and that normally wouldn't be a big deal except the red sauce was pretty awful -- very astringent/metallic tasting, to my taste and his sister's as well as his own. He ate none and the waiter was kind enough to take it off our bill. Still, the bill was pretty darn high for the mediocre food we were served. The restaurant is in a pretty house with a lovely bacci ball court to the side but the food definitely needs work before I would consider returning.
I love that Nonna serves a great menu. Missing the meat and cheese boards, but otherwise great.