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Vincenzos Smithville - Logo

and the outcome has been over and above expected in a positive way.  


The customers that Vincenzo’s had from “day one” followed and brought others along with them. The patrons who come in range from once a week for pizza, to those who come in on nights for dinner. Vincenzo’s has a wide array of desserts and, as a result, people even come in just for coffee and dessert. Vincenzo’s has a following of people who come in and know their servers. Some of the servers have worked at Vincenzo’s for 10+ years. Some people are in high school, and some attend college. Others have another job and they do this as their second. Many patrons come in and ask for specific servers because they know them by name and by face. Point is that Vincenzo’s gives back to the community and hires from within, priding itself on being extremely family and local-friendly.

Vincenzo’s Ristorante is a family owned Italian restaurant

located in the Smithville courtyardsof Galloway, NJ. The

establishment has impeccably delighted it’s patrons since


The restaurant started in the Super Foodmart shopping

center, and moved out to it’s present location in 2009.

Vincenzo’s is now located at 28 South New York Road –

otherwise known as Route 9, which has resulted in even

greater visibility for the establishment. Vincenzo’s is able to accommodate a lot more now,


vincenzos smithville - Frutti Di Mare


 Vincenzo’s is a notable as the favorite afforable go-to

Italian restaurant in the Smithville area of Galloway, NJ.

To get right to it, just go right to our menu. we have an

array of pasta dishes with all kinds of sauces, “homemade” 

specialties such as lasagna, seafood, chicken and meat 

entrees prepared every which way you can imagine.

Antipasti, Eggplant Rollatini – made with thin slices of sweet

eggplant wrapped around melted parsley-flecked cheeses

that oozes onto the plate. Topped with a wonderfully light

tomato sauce and just the right amount of garlic in it. The

clams casino tender, each one crowned with a savory bread topping tweaked with finely minced aromatic vegetables and a small piece of bacon that adds a hint of smoky flavor.

Both the long-stemmed artichoke hearts and the mushrooms are stuffed with tasty crab imperial filling. The mushrooms have a peppery finish that give them extra flare. The house salad – a cold, crisp mix of romaine and iceberg lettuces studded with grape tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, calamata olives and a smattering of purple cabbage. Enlivened by a creamy red wine vinaigrette is just delicious.


There is no shortage of pizazz in the entrees, especially the ravioli ala Vincenzo’s. The Frutti di mare comes with loads of goodies from the sea perched atop a mountain of spaghetti with chunky, fresh basil-laced red sauce. The clams, calamari, mussels, jumbo shrimp and scallops are all impeccably cooked, with plenty of jumbo lump crabmeat. The crusty seeded Italian bread you will use to sop up the sauce comes from one of the revered Atlantic City bakeries. The ones that produce the kind of breads you can’t stop eating, even when you’ve had enough. A terrific, velvety pumpkin cheesecake, with a seasonal gingerbread crust, a mixed berry cream tart (imported directly from Italy) are just one of the fine desserts.


Vincenzos Smithville - Dining Room

Done in earth-tone colors, the decor here is clean

and simple with a trattoria feel to it. Two side-by-side

dining rooms are bursting with wooden tables and

chairs and some comfy booths. Ceramic tile flooring

complements the restaurant’s European style.

Vincenzo’s is a family friendly restaurant done right.

Whether you’re feeding two people or 20, it may

become your favorite spot for dependable Italian

food made with lots of care. Plan to take home leftovers.

I’m sure you will.


Tidbits from:
– By TAYLOR YARBOROUGH, Press Restaurant Critic,
– By Anthony Bellano (Patch Staff) – March 3, 2012 9:19 pm ET

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