Nick’s Tomato Pie – Palm Beach Airport

4 8 slice rating

Posted By: Matt's Pizza on February 24th, 2009
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imag0086Thanks to Seth for sending this into me.

Nick’s Tomato Pie is located at the West Palm International Airport. With a name like “Tomato,” you’ll be surprised by the limited amount of actual tomato sauce. The cracker-type thin crust was good and the mix of cheeses was tasty.

The pizza comes out pretty quick since the thin crust does not require a lot of time in the oven.  This is especially good if you are rushing to catch a flight!  The sauce I did manage to taste wasn’t too bad so I am not sure why they skimped out on it.  The crust was tasty and crisp, and the cheese mix was pretty good.  It is not like I would rush out of my way to go to the airport to eat this pizza, but considering the choices most airports have for pizza, I have to say Nick’s is one of the best I have had.  Beats Sbarro and the other crappy places most terminals have.

Nick’s Tomato Pie at the Palm Beach Airport gets 4 out of 8 slices.

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4 Responses to “Nick’s Tomato Pie – Palm Beach Airport”

  • chowhound wrote:

    07 Jul 2009 at 11:11 am

    I wouldn't eat that crap if I hadn't eaten for days and it was all I could get.

  • chowhound wrote:

    07 Jul 2009 at 6:11 pm

    I wouldn't eat that crap if I hadn't eaten for days and it was all I could get.

  • lakelady wrote:

    19 May 2010 at 9:16 pm

    Disgusting pizza , very bland and doughy

  • TravelingPete wrote:

    24 Jan 2011 at 3:31 pm

    I dont know – i actually kinda liked the pizza there in West Palm Beach Airport. I think it is located near gate #4 in terminal C. I was two hours ahead of my flight departure and took a seat at their bar. It is sort of out in the open (unlike the typical bars in airports where you go into their ‘storefront’). I got this humongous 32 ounce beer in a frozen beer mug. Then I looked over the pizzas. The have about 5 or 6 standard selections like the typical CHEESE or PEPPERONI (which I settled for) and SUPREME. Yea the crust is thin but to me that is a style. So thin, thick, or pan — who cares! You take what you get and enjoy the creation. Mine had plenty of sauce and cheese. I could taste both fine and the flavors all meshed well. So i honestly do not get the comments. i suppose lakelady and chowhound (and whoever Matt’s Pizza is) are just too sophisticated of people to apreciate a nice simple tomato pie. Their loss / my gain

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