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Prezo Grille & Bar
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Today 12:00 am – 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 am


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/2 229 1/2 E Main St Milford, MA 01757
/2, 229 1/2 East Main StreetUSMassachusettsMilford01757
$$Bar & Grill, American Restaurant
Bar & Grill
American Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today 12:00 am – 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 11:30 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 12:00 am – 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 12:00 am – 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 amThursday 12:00 am – 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 amFriday 12:00 am – 10:00 pm, 11:30 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 12:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Prezo Grille & Bar in Milford offers the finest in Italian cuisine, seafood, thin crust pizza, salad and burgers in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere.

In our Horseshoe Bar you’ll find TVs to watch your favorite sporting event while you enjoy your favorite craft beer, specialty martini, craft cocktail or glass of wine with appetizers or an entree.
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Lively, trendy spot serving Italian chow, pizza & sushi, plus 20+ craft brews & cocktails.- Google
"If you want authentic tasting Italian food, go elsewhere!"
"Prezo's has a very comfortable atmosphere with a horse shoe bar."
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Evan Lohbeck
a month ago
M-O-N-E-Y I had the beet salad and the salmon & shrimp wasabi, both delicious. Staff was curious and pleasant. This place is great. If you're in the area, look no further!
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JT Jutras II
in the last week
I love the food here
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Levi Spears
2 years ago
Looking for something near the hotel that wasn't a major chain, stumbled on this place. Friendly staff and nice low-key bar energy, no smoking and a very nice (albeit small) selection of quality beers. Food at other tables looked good. Opted for buffalo chicken pizza (personal size) and a Caesar salad. Pizza was a really good blend of spice and tang, flavorful chicken and strong (but not overpowering) bleu cheese in a perfect amount of sauce. Caesar was fresh with a mild dressing - good complement to the pizza heat. Overall a friendly and tasty venue - would come back for another round without hesitation.
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Maximum Real Estate Exposure
2 years ago
Prezo's is one of the places my company takes it's top producing Realtors for lunch every month as a perk. At lunch time they have a fantastic buffet that has an excellent variety of choices. They have both a comfortable bar as well as nice dining area. This is one of my favorite places to get a good Italian dish. I also like their bread and salad. If you are looking for a good meal at a reasonable price I would give Prezo's a shot.
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Mark Benson
11 months ago
I just ate there and I had the Veal Saltimbocca. Is was not good at all. The mushrooms were obviously from a can so no flavor. The veal was like eating a piece of rubber. The sauce was just a salty brown sauce with no flavor. When the over worked bar tendor asked me if I liked it I said not really and then she wen to the next person. I ate half at best and simply left never to return.
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Brian Watson
a year ago
It's a meh. Decor isn't anything special. Offerings are a blend between an Olive Garden and Legal Seafoods, and for the price, might make more sense to go to one of those upper-scale chains that I just mentioned. The food (the meat) had a 'frozen' quality to it (texture and sodium). The beer selections are really good though!
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Ken Zano
2 years ago
Second time here. First time I had the margarita pizza. Thin crispy crust was ok, pale in color, no char. Too much cheese, could not taste any sauce.( DeLorenzo's, Trenton NJ is my standard for great pizza this side of the Atlantic.) If you can make a great margarita pizza, the rest will be good too. Second time I actually looked at the menu. Most dishes had some Italian region or name mentioned in the dish. Tuscan Calamari with hot cherry peppers? I know this is a Rhode Island dish, you might find something similiar in Sicily or Calabria in southern Italy, but not Tuscany! I had the Formaggio Italiano....$10.99 described as: Pan-seared buffalo mozzarella cheese wrapped in imported prosciutto and set with sautéed wedges of beefsteak tomatoes and grilled Rustica bread, then drizzled with an aged balsamic reduction. The prociutto was too cooked almost crispy, the tomatoes were pink and lacked flavor except for salt. The aged balsamic reduction was a cheap "supermarket" type that tasted bad. The rustic bread would have been good but was drenched with oil. If adding an Italian name to a dish makes it good, then by all means give it a try. if you want authentic tasting Italian food, go elsewhere! Service was ok, but very impersonal, adding a napkin on the bar where I dined was a nice touch. The Abita beer from New Orleans was good.
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Evelyn Dube
4 months ago
Great food