The North Oakland pizza spot specializes in damn good thin-crust sourdough pies. So I was looking forward to once again getting their classic pepperoni when they finally reopened in their newer, bigger space just up the street from their original location. After checking them out, I’m happy to report that Nick’s is still one of my favorite East Bay pizzas. And now, you can also order them in two different sizes (12 and 16 inches) and build your own with toppings like home-made pork sausage and pickled cherry peppers. Other welcomed surprises that will keep me coming back: Nick’s expanded their house-made bread offerings, and also joined in on the great Bay Area Sandwich Pivot - they’re now making veggie, prosciutto, mortadella, and other deli sandwiches from 11am-4pm.
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