135 Reviews and Opinions
417 East 19th Ave, North Wildwood, NJ, 8260, USA
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Families
19th & Surf Avenues, North Wildwood, New Jersey, 08260, United States
Good for: Business
1601 Surf Avenue, North Wildwood, New Jersey, 08260, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
Too quick -- our waiter wanted our order as soon as we sat down -- he got so frustrated he sent a woman over to handle us. 4 adults 4 children She was ok i guess.but when food was sat all around my husband she screamed OH MY GOD!! as if he were eating it all!! Really tacky to say the least!! It's just that with all of us getting the food of the...more
The diner is clean and friendly -- very busy --- but you are immediately seated and waited on. The food is good and the prices are reasonable. They also oil paintings hanging in frames in which you can purchase I did for $29 and it is a very memorable souviner of the beach and fishing there. Not a bad price when you look on the boardwalk and...more
Maui's Doghouse looks like a little food stand. but it the hotdog from Germany that is so Good,in fact you can get them 29 different ways. The food is so goood and you won't get the indigestion you would normally get from eating a hotdog. Try the potato balls for another real treat!! You won't be disappointed. My favorite was the potato balls deep...more
We ordered three cheese steak hoagies and I can not tell you how big these are but you will be astonished!! They were awesome and very large!!! The best part is that it was only 12.oo dollars and well worth every delicious bite!!! Try these if your there or going Russos is GREAT!!! Best hoagie on the island!!! Great steak and fresh vegies. Also...more
This is the former Red Garter which was a fun old place that had string bands and sing-a-longs. You'd only go there once or twice a summer but it was always great fun especially after the annual sandbar party. Now, it's been converted into a bar that showcases local alternative rock bands. Always packed, always loud, always fun.more
Located 90 minutes from Philadelphia and 2 1/2 hours from New York City by car. Buses are available as well. Closest airport is Atlantic City.
Small enough to walk most places, the Boards are full of bikers in the morning hours before 11 am.
Newly remodeled. but did save us many dollars with all the sales. Anyone staying for 7 days or more can't possibly eat out all the time. Great bargains and instead of buying on the boardwalk saved a bundle and got exactly what we wanted.
What to buy: There are many beach items in Acme that is far more cheaper than buying right at the beach== thus saving money to but what the kids want.
What to pay: pretty low prices and lots of sales
You're gonna spend a lot of time with next to no clothes on so why not get a good workout in before you hit the beach. My favorite is the the Exercise Room located at 10th & New Jersey. It's a great local gym with friendly staff and perhaps the only gym I've ever worked out at where people put the weights back where they belong.
Please stay off the dunes, they have done a great job in preserving out great beaches while other Jersey shore towns have steadily lost theirs.
No, this may look like a trap of sorts, but it is in fact a disc golf basket and North Wildwood has one of the few courses built right on the beach.
Miscellaneous: You can never pack enough memories from the great summers at the Jersey shore. Here's my Dad and I in one of those hokey photo booths where you got four photos for a dollar. Oh those Wildwood days....
Walk along the seawall, known as the rocks, past the lighthouse. This walk can be extended into a lovely beach stroll too.
Fondest memory: North Wildwood came up with some ideas to lengthen the summer season and one of the most successful has been the Irish Festival, a weekend showcasing Irish culture in song, dance, food, and drink. They block off the busiest club section of town and set up tents with live bands and food and beer vendors. It’s a three-day party that finds the streets full of fun seekers enjoying a last hurrah of summer. An added bonus is they let you walk the streets while drinking and you can go from one pub to the next carrying your beer from the previous place. Last year, we decided to use a friend’s place that is essentially right at the festival as headquarters and bought a keg and made up some Jell-o shots. We nearly finished the keg by four in the afternoon and decided to head over to Echo’s, a club that plays Motown and other dance classics. We’d done the Irish music thing many times and thought it might be nice for a change, at least for a short time. I crammed a few of the Jell-o things in my pockets, filled my beer and headed over. It was early but it was already packed and we were lucky to get a spot next to the dance floor. Fueled by ample beer and numerous Jell-0 shots, we were making our presence known with loud raucous behavior. There was a group of girls dancing right in front of us and my buddy kept saying that one of them was really checking me out. Of course he always does this to me, and me being the shy guy I am, rarely does much about it, but this time would be different. I had already noticed her roving eyes and she was checking me out and was really cute to boot. I walked up and started dancing with her for a few songs until someone cut in on us. I went back to my comrades but she kept motioning over as if to say, “come and rescue me from this guy.” So, back I went and we just got wilder from there. First with crazy dancing and finally with brazen kissing and grinding of each other. It got so intense that I heard calls of “get a room!” shouted across the dance floor. We must have been out there for more than an hour. Finally we went to the bar for a drink and she explained that she was just down for the day and had to leave with her friends pretty much immediately. After one last kiss goodbye, she walked off; her devilish eyes meeting my sheepish and disappointed smile in well-timed glances, as I was left with thoughts of what could have been. Ah, I never had much luck with the Irish, but I’d thought for sure this time I’d get lucky at the Irish Festival. ;=>