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3709 Pacific Ave, Wildwood, NJ 08260-4718
+1 609-523-1515
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17:00 - 05:00
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10 reviews
9 restaurant reviews
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 September 2016

Ordered Delivery for late dinner. Was extremely surprised. Just the right amount of cheese n sauce. Delicious!

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Thank johnhfranco
Wildwood, New Jersey
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7 reviews
7 restaurant reviews
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 September 2016

As a local who orders delivery to my job overnights I don't have many choices of great places to order from. However, Romeo's has usually been my first choice if I have cash handy. The past few times that I have ordered from them, namely the last time I did in August, I found my orders to be completely inaccurate... More 

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Thank CaptainBondega
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1 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

Really they had the nerve to delivery me pizza left over from the night before, yes i know it was i worked at a pizza shop but never did we send a left over pizza out.we used it for slices. i paid over $40 for one pizza and a samplier not worth it. Im beyond disappointed and i waited over... More 

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Rio Grande, New Jersey
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 21 March 2016

Gotta stop here for that last gnosh before calling it a night. So friendly they deliver to clubs whose kitchens have closed earlier (or never opened at all).

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Thank BossHossDC
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 February 2016 via mobile

I love Romeo's pizza regardless of what topping I try it's always delicious. Staff is friendly. This place is a must when in Wildwood.

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Thank Shopaholic_x0
County Limerick, Ireland
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 February 2016

Best pizza on or off the boardwalk, hands down! Looking forward to seeing Steve and the crew for a slice or several in the summer.

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Thank John E
Cinnaminson, New Jersey
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 17 November 2015

Pizza is the best on the island. Been coming here since I was a child and now I am over 50. We eat here on weekends from when they open in the spring until they close in the fall.

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Thank Carol K
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 October 2015

Ok..first let me say I have been a Mack's fan for years. But arrived in Wildwood and they were not open..so decided to try the place I had just ridden past! I must say Romeo's is pretty delicious!! Nothing like arriving at the shore with your family and pizza arriving late on a Friday night! I didn't go in the... More 

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Thank Linda0813
Philadelphia Suburbs
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 7 September 2015

When I was younger this was the place to go when we were bar hopping along pacific avenue for a late snack. Well, I am older now and decided to get pizza and a sandwich from this place for dinner. The cheesesteak was very good and the pizza was fabulous. It is not a place that I would actually sit... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 14 August 2015

Great Pizza and steaks. Let me just say that a few family members have been there quite a few times on our visit there!

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Restaurant Details

Rating summary
  • Food
    4 of 5 bubbles
    Service
    4 of 5 bubbles
  • Value
    4 of 5 bubbles
    Atmosphere
    3.5 of 5 bubbles
Average prices
USD 3 - USD 20
Cuisine
Italian, Pizza
Meals
Dinner, After-hours
Restaurant features
Delivery, Takeout, Seating
Good for
Cheap Eats, Child-friendly
Open Hours
Sunday
17:00 - 05:00
Monday
17:00 - 05:00
Tuesday
17:00 - 05:00
Wednesday
17:00 - 05:00
Thursday
17:00 - 05:00
Friday
17:00 - 05:00
Saturday
17:00 - 05:00
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: 3709 Pacific Ave, Wildwood, NJ 08260-4718
  • Location: United States  >  New Jersey (NJ)  >  Jersey Shore  >  Cape May County  >  Wildwood
  • Phone Number: +1 609-523-1515
Description
Za first made its appearance in the United States with the arrival of Italian immigrants in the late 19th century and was very popular among large Italian populations in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Saint Louis. In the late 19th century, pizza was introduced by peddlers who walked up and down the streets with a metal washtub of pizzas on their heads, selling their pizzas at two cents a slice. It was not long until small cafes and groceries began offering pizzas to their Italian American communities. The first printed reference to "pizza" served in the US is a 1904 article in the Boston Journal.[32] Giovanni and Gennero Bruno came to America from Naples, Italy in 1903 to introduce the Neapolitan Pizza.[Clarification needed] Vincent (Jimmy) Bruno (Giovanni's son) went on to open the first Pizzeria in The Loop in Chicago at 421 S. Wabash Ave, the Yacht Club. Gennaro Lombardi opened a grocery store in 1897 which was later established as the "said" first pizzeria in America in 1905 with New York's issuance of the mercantile license. An employee of his, Antonio Totonno Pero, began making pizza for the store to sell that same year. The price for a pizza was five cents but, since many people could not afford the cost of a whole pie, they would instead say how much they could pay and they were given a slice corresponding to the amount offered. In 1924, Totonno left Lombardi's to open his own pizzeria on Coney Island called Totonno's. While the original Lombardi's closed its doors in 1984, it was reopened in 1994 just down the street and is run by Lombardi's grandson. Pizza was brought to the Trenton area of New Jersey with Joe's Tomato Pies opening in 1910, followed soon by Papa's Tomato Pies in 1912. In 1936, De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies was opened. While Joe's Tomato Pies has closed, both Papa's and Delorenzo's have been run by the same families since their openings and remain among the most popular pizzas in the area. Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven, Connecticut, was another early pizzeria which opened in 1925 (after the owner served pies from local carts and bakeries for 20-25 years) and is famous for its New Haven style Clam Pie. Frank Pepe's nephew Sal Consiglio opened a competing store, Sally's Apizza, on the other end of the block, in 1938. Both establishments are still run by descendants of the original family. When Sal died, over 2,000 people attended his wake, and the New York Times ran a half-page memoriam. The D'Amore family introduced pizza to Los Angeles in 1939. Before the 1940s, pizza consumption was limited mostly to Italian immigrants and their descendants. The international breakthrough came after World War II. Allied troops occupying Italy, weary of their rations, were constantly on the lookout for good food. They discovered the pizzeria and local bakers were hard-pressed to satisfy the demand from the soldiers. The American troops involved in the Italian campaign took their appreciation for the dish back home, touted by "veterans ranging from the lowliest private to Dwight D. Eisenhower." Two entrepreneurs, Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo, invented Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, in 1943. They opened their own restaurant on the corner of Wabash and Ohio, they wanted to invent pizza nobody's ever heard of.[Citation needed] Chain restaurants sprang up with pizza's rising popularity. Leading early pizza chains were Shakey's Pizza, founded in 1954 in Sacramento, California, Pizza Hut, founded in 1958 in Wichita, Kansas, and Josey's Pizza founded in Newnan, Georgia in 1943. Later entrant restaurant chains to the dine-in pizza market were Bertucci's, Happy Joe's, Monical's Pizza, California Pizza Kitchen, Godfather's Pizza, and Round Table Pizza.

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