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Located in Historic Downtown of Pitman.
Our Food: Is always prepared fresh to order from scratch with the finest ingredients available to Us.
Our Kitchen: We have and arrangement of diverse parts of Italy delivered right to your table the way Nonna used to make it.
Our Menu: Fresh Homemade Mozzarella, Italian Cured Meats & Cheeses, Imported Pastas (bronze cut), Chicken (natural fresh air-chilled), Seafood (fresh & wild caught Hesh's Inc PA), Veal (farm-raised by Bierig brothers Vineland NJ), Steaks CAB (fresh certified angus beef), Homemade Desserts & Variety of Imported Italian Gelato.
Our Pledge: "Redefining Real Italian Food"
Tutti A Tavola a Mangiare !
We are family owned and operated by executive chef Anthony Asbury (a very famous Puppeteer) he has an Emmy displayed in the restaurant and has worked with Jim Henson and Steven Spielberg. We also play movies which we project onto a large screen which is very unique ! We are a free-flowing scratch kitchen plus veggie, vegan, and gluten-free friendly. Keep your eyes out for Chef Anthony's British wife, Lula (a previous famous pop star and Model in the 80s), she may be singing a few songs on Friday and Saturday nights. We open Thursday to Sunday for Dinner 5pm-9pm and Brunch Saturdays and Sundays 10am-3pm. Come try our food and see what everyone is talking about. Steak and Seafood is our speciality. Reservations 6 or more please call us directly at (856) 589-2400.
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoFood was excellent! Waiter was great attentive but not overboard. My only issue was it was very loud and noisy. I would definitely recommend. It was an outstanding mealMore infoMannino's Cucina ItalianaPrice: Moderate• Italian• Pitman•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinervipHawaii •3 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoWhat a disappointment. Showed up for our reservation and the restraunt was not open for business. Very unprofessional to take our out of town guests for dinner when the establishment is not even in operation. At that short of notice I could barely squeeze in to get somewhere else. I understand if you’re having a hardship after the fires, but your building is not in the fire zone. You could at least update your web based information and Stop Taking Reservations if your not in business.More infoMerryman's Pub & KitchenPrice: Moderate• American• Pitman•4.5
- ACAmyC1 review5.0Dined on Sep 23, 2023We enjoyed our first visit to sweet Lula’s and will be going back. The server and Lula herself made us feel very welcome. The menu isn’t extensive but there is enough to choose from. We had soup and salad a pasta and chicken dish and the brozino all were delicious.More infoSweet Lula'sPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• Pitman•4.1
- JJohnPhiladelphia / New Jersey Suburbs •2 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 15, 2023Great food, great price, small quaint small town vibeMore infoPizzeria Mannino'sPrice: Moderate• Pizzeria• Pitman•4.8
- DJDebbieJAtlantic City / South Jersey Shore •2 reviews5.0Dined on May 12, 2023Always our favorite when we're in Pitman. Across the street from Broadway Pitman Theater. Dinner and a show!More infoCoco's Cocina Tex-MexPrice: Moderate• Tex-Mex• Pitman•3.8
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The best reviewed restaurant in Pitman is Pizzeria Mannino's