Bilotti's Pizza Garden De Pere, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
113 N Broadway
De Pere, Wisconsin 54115
Bilotti's Pizza Garden Description
The Bilotti family and Bilotti's Pizza Garden take great pride in serving only the freshest and highest quality ingredients to their valued customers. They feature the Bilotti Family’s famous sauces and recipes, a tradition in fine dining since 1956.
Bilotti's Pizza Garden Reviews
Map of Bilotti's Pizza Garden
Bilotti's Pizza Garden Events
Bilotti's Pizza Garden Basics
- Pizza, Italian
- Mon - Thurs: 11:00 am - 11:30 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Sun: 11:00 am- 11:30 pm
- De Pere East
- Cross Streets
- Riverside Dr & George St
- Price Range
- Mid-Range $$($8-$14)
- Not Necessary
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express
- Carryout & Delivery Pizza and Italian Service to De Pere
Bilotti's Pizza Garden Features
- Meals Served
- Beer, Full Bar
- Worth Noting
- Kids Menu
- Outdoor Seating
- Banquet Room, Catering
Bar Review of Bilotti's in De Pere, WI
May 2, 2012
Last Friday night I was hanging out with some of my favorite party people. Well, favorite party people and favorite pregnant lady. Mama and Baby-to-be aren’t into the party scene. We were looking for a quiet place to grab some bubblies and the finest glass of H20 in town. Our collective eyes spied Bilotti’s Pizza Garden. Bilotti’s is located in East De Pere just before the roundabout if you’re heading west. Fun Fact: Bilotti’s is the oldest Italian restaurant in Brown County. Pretty cool, huh?
Bilotti’s is mainly known for their Italian cuisine and awesome pizza, but they have a pretty cool bar layout as well. It’s of the smaller size, but with the dim lights and cozy bar stools it creates a more intimate setting. Covering the walls are old school black and white large photos of the Rat Pack, while other photos are Sinatra solo, adding a little something else to the mix. The bar part is L-shaped and is a short distance from the entrance. There is a large dining room off towards the left side.
The bartender was really friendly and poured some mean drinks. And by mean, I’m referring to them being perfect (strong). We ordered two Whiskey Old Fashions and three vodka sodas. The total came to $17.65. Super cheap, however, I’m unclear on their pricing. I’ve never had bar drinks not end evenly or in .25 increments, but whatevs, as I said, super cheap.
Not in the liquor mood? Try one of their beers on draft. They carry Miller Lite, Bud light, Stella, Spotted Cow, Lienie’s Honey and something else I couldn’t make out. In bottles they offer the usual Miller, Bud and Coors products, as well as, Heineken, Guinness and Amstel Light. Not to be left out are some Italian fan favorites such as Peroni and Moretti. And, of course, what Italian hotspot wouldn’t be complete without good wine?! Check out their wine selection next time you’re there, you won’t be disappointed. They also have bar specials each night of the week. Keep in mind; you must be seated at the bar for the special deal. We were there on Friday which is $3 import bottle night.
Restaurant Review of Bilotti's in De Pere, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
February 10, 2011
Bilotti's is an established Italian restaurant in east De Pere. In fact, they are the self-proclaimed oldest Italian restaurant in Brown County, having opened in 1956. I stopped there for lunch while in the area. The restaurant's seating capacity is very deceiving, it looks like it would be rather small from the outside however the inside runs very deep. As you walk in there is a small cozy bar and lounge area which looks like it is still the original design from the 1950's and very reminiscent of some the old bar lounges from downtown Green Bay that have since been razed. The atmosphere of the lounge is not only cozy but it also has the effect of being in an old Las Vegas bar. There is seating with many booths and tables to the right and a smaller dining area to the left with a large backroom for more private parties. The main colors are hunter green and maroon, with Italian pictures and décor hanging on soft sand colored brick walls. Towards the back of the larger dining room are tall white columns with hanging silk ivy plants and a few busts situated on top. In the smaller dining area the walls have hand painted murals with more of a casual look than the other dining area. Red votive candles with napkin dispensers were on all the tables and old crooners, such as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett were singing in the background. The restaurant was very clean and well kept.
I was offered a choice to sit anywhere in the restaurant and was then seated and given a menu and my server then took my beverage order. Bilotti's menu is made up of pasta, pizza, and sandwich selections. I decided to try their pizza, the 10 inch Bilotti's special for $12.95. The pizza's toppings were sausage, pepperoni, green peppers, onions, and a choice of either fresh or canned mushrooms, I chose fresh. The pizza came out nice and hot. It was thin crust, but the toppings were sparse and there were only six very small mushroom slices on the whole pizza. The pizza had a good flavor but the service and atmosphere is what stood out most during my lunch.