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Mrs. Robino's Restaurant


520 N Union St, Wilmington
View WebsiteEarn 3X Points

Sure, you could enjoy Mrs. Robino’s Restaurant as a family-friendly neighborhood joint with red-sauce classics like ricotta ravioli, chicken parm, and affordable wines by the glass. But if you look a little closer, this is actually a party restaurant. Why else would they serve sangria made with six—yes, six—types of vodka, 1.5-liter carafes of wine for under $20, and platters of pasta big enough to go with it all? If you want a restaurant for a group where you won’t have to worry about breaking the bank, this is it. Just make sure you order the antipasto salad (chopped, please) and skip the build-your-own pasta option in favor of the stuffed pastas and parmigianas.

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