Fare: Traditional Italian
Food Quality: 3 Stars
Service: 2 Stars
Decor: 1 1/2
Overall Rating: 2 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
One of Wildwood's top traditional Italian restaurants
Value: Very Good
Noise Level: Moderate - High
Dress: Very Casual
Recommended For: Budget conscious family diners who enjoy traditional red sauce Italian food served in large portions.
Not Recommended For: Diners who enjoy an eclectic menu in an upscale trendy setting with more fine dining amenities.
Recommended dishes: When available, The Pasta dishes with Piro's Original Sunday Gravy, The Veal Salvatore; and The Shrimp Parmigiana
Liquor: Wines only, with a good selection of international wines
Piro's Village is one of the top Italian restaurants in Wildwood, popular with families with kids who enjoy well prepared traditional red sauce Italian dishes served in large portions.
Piro's has the ambiance of a classic, Italian restaurant with dated decor, complete with carpeted floors and chandeliers. Tables though are spaced close together, and the noise can get very loud when the restaurant is full.
The service is friendly and attentive with the owner Pat Piro, actively involved in meeting with dining patrons to ensure their dining experience was a success.
Get there early, while waiting for a table nestle up to the wine bar with more than 15 wines available by the glass.
They are child friendly with a kids menu.
Expect a wait during the peak summer months, reservations are accepted and suggested
On site parking is available.
Piro's Village is closed during the off season from mid-October to mid-April. During the season they are open daily for dinner from 4:30 to 10 p.m.
(updated May, 2017)
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