Italian Restaurants in Berkeley

Pizza salgada e doce na Boníssima

R$ 43,00 R$ 19,90

  • 20 tipos de pizzas salgadas e 4 de pizzas doces
  • Válido para todos os dias da semana

Up to 51% Off Dinner at Pasta Pelican

Alameda

$70 $35

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Fettuccine alfredo, pan-seared chicken, and pepperoni pizza served in a waterfront restaurant with views of the Oakland–Alameda Estuary

Up to 47% Off Italian Dinner for Two at Ristorante Due Rose

Pinole

$66.15 $35

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Two courses of rustic, pan-regional Italian home cooking include options with homemade pasta and house-baked bread

Papa John's Pizza – Up to 49% Off Pizza and Ice Cream

Multiple Locations

$25.73 $13

Pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes, plus local IT'S-IT ice-cream sandwiches

40% Off Italian Cuisine at Rose Pistola

North Beach

$50 $30

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Local farmers and fishermen deliver the seasonal ingredients for pasta, pizza, seafood, and steak dishes

Up to 33% Off at Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant

San Francisco

$40 $27

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Native Sicilian smothers thin-crust pizzas with mozzarella and pairs those with classic Italian pastas

30% Off at Escape From New York Pizza – Castro St. Location

Castro

$20 $14

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Make a custom pizza with toppings such as roasted garlic, jalapenos, and applewood-smoked bacon, or order one of 14 specialty pies

Half Off at Personal Pizzas and Italian Food at Kezar Pizzetta

Ashbury Heights

$20 $10

Smaller, personally sized pizzas topped with a rotating selection of cheeses and charcuterie; menu also includes bruschetta and limoncello

Up to 59% Italian Cuisine at Volare Trattoria

North Beach

$84 $35

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Glasses of Italian and Californian wine complement Sicilian-inspired entees such as crab cioppino and veal scaloppini

Up to 50% Off Villa d'Este Italian Restaurant

Merced Manor

$30 $15

Escargot makes way for nine pasta dishes, veal parmigiana & broiled new york steak at Italian restaurant in business since 1978

50% Off at Giovanni's Pizza Bistro

Bernal Heights

$30 $15

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This friendly, neighborhood pizza joint cranks out hand-tossed pies with toppings like shrimp and bechamel or organic greens and pesto

Up to 48% Off Italian Food at Michelangelo Ristorante & Caffe

North Beach

$67 $38.50

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Italian-born chef makes gnocchi from scratch, using potato, egg, and a dash of nutmeg

Half Off Italian Food at Cinecittà Ristorante & Bar

North Beach

$10 $5

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Native Roman crafts dishes from her grandfather’s recipes, particularly specialty pizzas with toppings such as brie, spicy salami, and clams

Up to 51% Off Pizzeria Cuisine

San Francisco

$5 $2.50

Chefs make pies by hand, covering them with pesto, tomato sauce, canadian bacon, and mozzarella

Up to 33% Off Italian Cuisine at Stelle Bistro

Downtown Walnut Creek

$30 $21

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Braised veal shanks, baked salmon, and capellini in marinara sauce

45% Off at Dario's Pizza Restaurant in Sausalito

Sausalito

$20 $11

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28 different pizza combinations, hand-rolled gnocchi, and other classic Italian dishes tantalize taste buds in bright, rustic eatery

49% Off Meals at Giant New York Pizza

Vallejo

$29.21 $15

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The pizzeria lives up to its name by pairing giant, thin-crust pizzas with caesar salads and fountain sodas

Up to 50% Off at Pasquale's West Coast Pizzeria

San Bruno

$21.99 $11

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Baked pasta, heroes, and hand-tossed pizzas made with traditional and inventive sauces and toppings

Select Local Merchants

The same year it launched its airy Telegraph Avenue outpost, Pasta Bene jumped onto the Bargain Bites 2010 list in the San Francisco Chronicle, which also praised its "friendly" service. Its family of owners, however, arrived with 20 years of experience behind the scenes of area Italian restaurants, meaning that its menu of stone-fired pizzas and hearty entrees leavened with California freshness came together naturally. In 13 pasta dishes, noodles entwine with slow-photosynthesized seasonal vegetables and rich tomato and cream sauces, while the dessert menu may suggest an easier choice with its house-made tiramisu, a customer favorite. Wooden rafters and iron chandeliers vault over the casual, sunlit dining room overlooking a street-side patio.

2565 Telegraph Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

North Beach Pizza has been curing cravings for gourmet pizza, pastas, submarine sandwiches, and other hearty eats for more than 20 years. Thin and thick pizza crusts are tossed by hand and topped with whole milk mozzarella before baking evenly in industrial ovens, creating perfect, edible canvases ready to be bedecked in ingredients that include everything from fresh spinach and feta cheese, to clams and Linguiça––a form of Portuguese pork sausage. Delivery is free to eligible areas around each location, saving time that may be better spent setting the table or taking inventory of its legs.

1598 University Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.

2222 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

The cooks at Lanesplitter bake up a menu of New York–style pizzas and pocket-like calzones, and bartenders at the three pub locations pour a large selection of microbrews. An army of nearly 30 meaty, veggie, and vegan toppings stands ready to occupy thin neapolitan or thick sicilian crusts in combinations such as the herbivore's spinach, mushrooms, onions, and olives ($23.50 for a 19-inch) or the garbage pie's heaping mélange of spiced meats and crisper-drawer items ($27.50 for a 19-inch). The bar's taps have recently flowed with Racer 5 by Bear Republic, E.J. Phair's doppelbock, and hand-pumped Bombay by Boat IPA from Moonlight Brewing Company. Some locations host art openings, where diners and drinkers may admire photography, paintings, or mosaics made entirely of anchovies.

2033 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

Venezia is a locally owned and operated restaurant now in its 30th year, serving up delectable Italian fare for lunch and dinner. Kick off a memorable meal with house-made potato chips ($7) topped with reggiano and served with white truffle oil, or nosh on olive-oil flatbread ($9) flanked with an entourage of Licini sopressata salami, olives, and baked goat cheese with roasted garlic. Entrees include the spaghetti carbonara ($16), which tosses bacon with egg and chili flakes, and the malfatti hand-cut pasta ($17), which incites tongue tapping with a harmony of porcini and crimini mushrooms along with roasted tomatoes, vermouth, and cream. Satisfy an entire battalion of sweet teeth with desserts such as the Madagascar-vanilla-cream custard ($6.50) sprinkled with braised blackberries and strawberries and the bittersweet chocolate-mousse torte ($8) crowned with raspberry coulis and whipped cream.

1799 University Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

Founder and chef Rebecca A. Bernstein operates Cioccolata di Vino with the belief that her delectable desserts and enticing antipasti taste particularly divine in a laid-back, warm setting that resembles a hammock made of cocoons. The soft lighting envelops patrons in a gracious embrace, where it's perfectly acceptable to stop by just for the blissful dessert menu. Choco-hounds flock to the succulent molten lava cake ($6.95), where a moist, spongy coating covers a warm liquid chocolate, generating a cocoa magma stream down Mt. Esophagus. Candy up your kisser with the award-winning, gooey chocolate-chip cookies (three for $3.95), which arrive packed with rich Callebaut Belgian chocolate and slivers of pecan. The light but feisty lemon tart ($6.95) is crowned with a fresh whipped cream, while the rich gelati and sorbetti ($4.95) rotate their flavors daily and their buckskin capes fortnightly.

1801 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US