Friday, February 10, 2006

Nicky's Cruisin' Diner, Bangor, 11/25/05

An airport run to Bangor on the day after Thanksgiving facilitated this find, located just across the street from the Bangor International Airport at 957 Union Street. After braving a bit of black Friday shopping, I was looking for something a little more local than a national chain restaurant, maybe even hoping for some fresh local seafood, even at this time of year. As you can see, from the outside Nicky's Cruisin' Diner looks like nothing special, in fact I've driven by it many times over the years without even a thought of stopping.

The main room you enter looks like a typical diner and you can see the automotive theme reflected in the mural on the wall. At this point, the food was more impressive than the surroundings, with delicious offerings reasonably priced, including some very tasty seafood.

A kind waitress noticed me taking this picture of their wall of license plates and suggested I check out the back room, which it turns out is really the main event here at Nicky's.

From the front you wouldn't even know that there was another dining room, so this was quite a surprise. I thoroughly enjoyed lunch at Nicky's Cruisin' Diner and definitely plan to come back. Click on each photo for full size view.

Nicky's Menu:


Anonymous said...

Nicky's Crusin' Dinner is also a great place to be during the summer months as they host, with the local Oldies radio station a car meet. great cars and a great time.

Anonymous said...

Went to Nicky's this evening. Had not been there for
2 1/2 years and we were disappointed this time. The fries are not fresh cut anymore. That was one of the menu items that really made the place, and now no more !

Anonymous said...

Went to bike night on 7-28-09 had a quick lunch checked out all the bikes and won 1/2 of the 50-50.. you know what what would be nice to do is take a snapshot of the riders by their bikes /cars and post on your site... just a thought..
p.s. thanks for the 72.50
G.M. of Eddington