Italian Restaurants in Ballenger Creek

Up to Half Off Pizza Meals at Good Eats Pizza


$23.91 $12

Pizzas come decked with two toppings each; meals are supplemented with side caesars or two-liter sodas and breaksticks

Up to 48% Off Italian Food at Luna Italia Restaurant


$55.90 $29


Classic Italian entrees, such as lasagna, spaghetti carbonara, shrimp scampi, and chicken picatta, pair with glasses of house wine

$11 for Pizza at Planet Pizza and Subs

East Rockville

$20 $11

Eatery whips up homemade Italian eats, including baked ziti, eggplant parm, and build-your-own-pizza; subs include lamb and Philly steak

Up to 49% Off at PizzaPass


$24 $14

Family-friendly restaurant with unlimited pizza, pasta, and salad bar, including classics and speciality pizzas

45% Off Italian Food at Assaggi Osteria

Mc Lean

$40 $22


Italian chef Domenico Cornacchia creates authentic food in trattoria-style eatery with raves from Viva Tysons and Washingtonian

Up to 46% Off Italian Food at Portalli's

Ellicott City

$50 $27

Brunch buffet flaunts smoked salmon, made-to-order omelets, and carving station inside eatery that celebrates traditional Italian dining

Up to 50% Off Pizza at House of Philly

Falls Church

$30 $15

Pizza, calzones, gourmet subs, gyros, and pasta

Up to 48% Off at Frozen Dairy Bar and Boardwalk Pizza

Falls Church

$41.45 $22


Salad and chicken wings join hand-tossed New York–style pizzas

Half Off at Italian Cafe

Falls Church

$40 $20


Chefs whip up pizzas, 12 oz. portions of Angus steak, and mussels over linguine

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In the mines of northeastern Pennsylvania, workers heave loads of clean-burning anthracite coal and ship them to businesses such as Coal Fire, where chefs scoop the same coal into their 900-degree ovens to bake pizzas and wings. Before baking the pies, the chefs hand-toss the aged dough, then cover it with one of three original sauces and thick, house-made mozzarella cheese, as well as only the freshest produce and toppings such as sun-dried tomatoes and pepperoni. Outside the kitchen, servers slide across the polished floorboards, delivering platters of steaming pizzas and frosty drinks from the full bar.

7820 Wormans Mill Rd

American Flatbread makes its game-changing flatbread foundation using organic flour, which is topped with a fresh, locally grown assortment of veggies, meats, and cheeses. Each one is generally big enough for two moderate eaters or one hungry hippo. The tasty flatbread pizzas are born and blazed inside a primitive, wood-fired oven, giving them a delicious crunch and primal taste signature.

43170 Southern Walk Plz

Though its name highlights one type of pasta, Scotto's Rigatoni Grill gives diners a veritable library of them. Spaghetti, penne, fettuccine, gnocchi, and housemade meat lasagna emerge steaming from the kitchen, which peeks into the dining room from an open window that provides a view of the chefs at work. Rigatoni specials still have a place on the menu, though: there's rigatoni with chicken and garlic, rigatoni with marinara and mushrooms, and the Rigatoni Carciofo—a medley of chicken, artichoke, capers, and wine in a lemon-butter sauce.

Diners can also peruse a list of veal and chicken entrees, such as the breaded pollo parmigiana, or select one of 15 gourmet pizzas. The Quattro Stagioni, for example, arrives dressed in olives, prosciutto, and basil, whereas a seafood pie boasts shrimp, clams, mussels, and mozzarella cheese painstakingly milked from tiny seahorses. For offsite dining, catering trays can satiate dozens of mouths with helpings of bruschetta and baked ziti.

42395 Ryan Rd

Since the first iteration of Jerry's Subs & Pizza opened in 1954, the staff has overstuffed its submarine sandwiches to ensure customers leave sated. In their specialty sandwiches, traditional or honey-wheat rolls are lined with crispy chicken tenders or crabmeat babycakes, and cheesesteaks get a flavor boost from ingredients such as spicy buffalo sauce, crisp, fried jalapeños, and bacon. Diners can also break bread with a New York–style pizza topped with crabmeat, grilled chicken, or jalapeños. Inside, the restaurant's interior sports stainless steel and neon lights, bringing the classic eatery into the 21st century without strapping it to a DeLorean.

20020 Ashbrook Commons Plz

Each hand-tossed mound of house-made dough travels one of two paths at Sal's NY Pizza. Either it's packed into a square-shaped Sicilian pan or fastidiously kneaded into a Neapolitan-style thin crust. The latter can measure up to 18 inches, which cooks top with nearly 30 ingredients, including marinated artichoke hearts and Philly-style steak. Pies aren't the only customizable item at Sal's—the culinary team also whips up personalized pastas with fixings such linguini, sausage, and carbonara sauce. Sal's pizzas and pastas stem from generations-old recipes, though cooks also craft more contemporary dishes, including orders of up to 50 buffalo wings doused in hot sauce.

43145 Broadlands Center Plz

• For $10, you get $20 worth of Italian fare at lunch. • For $20, you get $40 worth of Italian fare at dinner.

18224 Village Center Dr