Italian Restaurants in Old Town

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With a name and décor straight out of a Tim Burton movie, it’s no wonder Mellow Mushroom is the favorite spot to hit when the Munchies strike! Born out of the free-wheeling hippy culture of the 70s, now the place offers delicious food in a fun and creative environment for those who expect more from their meal. Enjoy the Classic Southern Pizza and the unique and flavorful crust they’re renowned for. It’s a true original! This is easily the home of the "most craveable slice of pizza on the planet" and a place, where you’ll be able to indulge all your cravings guilt-free over a pitcher of ice cold beer. The best things in life cost next to nothing as you’ll pleasantly discover at Mellow Mushroom – it literally takes a mouthful of pizza and a cool drink to make this world a better place.

200 N Center St
Arlington,
TX
US

Just like Starsky and Hutch or Batman and Robin, pizza and beer are old school buddies. Old School Pizza and Suds understands this imperative bond. Scratch your creative itch, and build your own pizza. If you have a standard pizza identity, you’ll be glad to try the Carnivore, Vegetarian, Taco or Alfredo Chicken pizzas. Maybe the Buffalo Chicken Pizza is calling your name. Calzones, subs, salads, pasta and desserts are also available. With over 35 different varieties of beer to choose from, it isn’t hard for guests to find the perfect brew to wash down a delicious meal. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available. Groups are welcome in-house or at home, as delivery is obtainable as well. Grab your buddy and try Old School Pizza and Suds.

603 W Abram St
Arlington,
TX
US

Pizza is the quintessential American food. Texas is the quintessential American state. So why not bring these two important American icons together? That’s exactly what New Yorker Pizza has done: they’ve brought the art of pizza to the heart of America. Located in Arlington, New Yorker Pizza brings New York-style pizza to the hungry masses with authentic pizza and pasta. Hot and cold sandwiches, pizza rolls, and specialty chicken dishes round out the menu and provide something for every taste. Oh, and don’t forget about dessert! Indulge your desire with tiramisu, cannoli, and three different kinds of cheesecake. Whether you’re from Texas or not, you’re sure to love New Yorker pizza.

1301 N Collins St
Arlington,
TX
US

Chefs toss mounds of dough in the air to form even disks and sprinkle on ingredients such as meatballs and jalapeños before sliding the fledgling pizza into a stone oven. When not building their signature pies, the chefs at Birraporetti's Arlington ladle pesto sauce onto jumbo cheese ravioli and bury grilled jumbo shrimp in tangles of fettuccini noodles. Hearty house specialties include grilled pork chops, served with a pillow of mashed potatoes for a postmeal nap in the dining room or underneath the brick arches on the outdoor patio. As a live jazz musician plays guitar during Sunday brunches, the chefs cover long tables with made-to-order omelets and waffles, breakfast tacos, and pork chops.

668 Lincoln Sq
Arlington,
TX
US

Get nice pizza at Nizza! Nizza Pizza and Pasta is a convenient pizza gem in Arlington. Families appreciate the affordable prices and portion sizes. Nizza makes pizza with old-fashioned, hearty flavors. Cheese is in abundance on these pizzas, but topping options are seemingly endless as well. Guests can also enjoy pasta dishes such as Linguine al Pesto or Baked Ziti Siciliano with eggplant and ricotta. For lunch, try a sub sandwich and drink combination, perhaps the meatball parmigiana. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available as well. Nizza Pizza and Pasta is popular with families and children, so guests should make a reservation to ensure the best dining experience. Guests should also note that this establishment is a “bring your own beer” restaurant.

1430 S Cooper St
Arlington,
TX
US

Smooth arpeggios and trills often spring from ivory keys at Piccolo Mondo Italian Restaurant, which doubles as a piano bar two nights a week. As performers play, servers deliver pasta plates such as gnocchi in fresh tomato sauce, baked lasagna, and angel hair that can be french braided upon request. Over flicking candles and vases of fresh flowers, diners also dive into entrees such as center-cut beef tenderloin and breaded veal scaloppine.

Gold-framed artwork and sturdy white columns adorn the full bar and lounge, the main dining room, and a private dining area reserved for birthdays and showering babies.

829 E Lamar Blvd
Arlington,
TX
US