Experience Family Style Italian at Viggiano's in Cape May, NJ

Experience Family Style Italian at Viggiano's in Cape May, NJ

Experience Family Style Italian at Viggiano's in Cape May, NJ

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 Italian at Viggiano's in Cape May, NJViggiano's on Sunset offers Italian food in a warm, inviting space. The owners and their families have served high-quality cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere for many years.

This Italian Family Style Restaurant is situated right on Sunset Boulevard and across from the Exit Zero Filling Station, ITts a BYOB that serves homemade pasta dishes. With ample seating inside and outside, guests will have an enjoyable dining experience with delicious food prepared using old family recipes.

Mark and his wife Lisa wanted their guests to get a taste of that Italian hospitality they experienced growing up; it is their heritage!

The prices are reasonable compared to other Italian restaurants in the area, and their food quality is unsurpassed. Plus, their menu offers an impressive variety of pasta and meat dishes and a small wine selection for those who would like something special along with their meal.

Their generous portion sizes make sharing a meal with a group effortless. You can order single portions or family-style meals that serve two to four people. The menu boasts extensive pasta and meat dishes and some delectable desserts.

They offer gluten-free options, and their salads are truly delectable! Their entrees come generously portioned and prepared using only premium ingredients.

But, what makes this Italian eatery stands is its warm and inviting atmosphere. As soon as you enter, you'll feel right at home; their staff makes you feel like part of their family, and chances are you will meet the family.

Mark Viggiano's family history in the food industry spurred him to open this restaurant, featuring photos of their family members throughout the dining room for guests to experience that Italian hospitality his grandparents brought to America during the late 1800s.

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