Price: Moderate - Expensive
Food Quality: Uses fresh ingredients. Bread is baked daily on the premises. Serves Homemade pastas and Seafood is locally caught.
Service: Service can be slow, especially on busy summer weekends
Ambiance/Decor: Has an Italian Village vibe, with stoned flooring and painted stores on the walls. There are 3D vignettes of crabs in display in front of a seafood shop to peek through cafe windows.
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
Noise Level: Moderate - High
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy well prepared traditional Italian dishes served in large portions.
Not Recommended for: Diners who prefer more fine dining amenities with an eclectic menu.
Recommended dishes: When available, The Homemade pasta dishes; Baked Crab Imperial. and The Slow Roasted Prime Rib
Little Italy is a popular Italian restaurant and a notch above other family oriented, BYOB Italian restaurants in Wildwood.
The restaurant is family owned and operated by Chef Giovanni Sansone and wife Sandy.
The interior is set up with small Italian piazzas or marketplaces where diners can visit different markets i.e., a bakery, a fish market, etc.
The Ambiance has an Italian Village vibe, with stoned flooring and painted stores on the walls. There are 3D vignettes of crabs in display in front of a seafood shop to peek through cafe windows.
Tables are spaced close together making quiet conversation a challenge.
They offer a menu with a large variety of items with huge portions, using fresh ingredients. Their bread is baked daily on the premises. Homemade pastas Seafood is locally caught.
Their early bird menu is a popular feature at this restaurant. Served from Sunday through Friday, 4pm - 5pm, it has several attractive dishes at bargain prices.
They welcome large groups and families with children. They have a kids menu with a large selection.
Does not take reservations, waiting for a table can be long.
They have seasonal hours, Open daily from the 3rd week in May to the 3rd week in September. Open on weekends in the Spring and Fall. They are closed from the 3rd week in October to the 1st weekend in April.
(Updated June 2021)
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