Italian Restaurants in Bostonia

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Antica Trattoria

La Mesa

$30 $18


Chef Francesco Basile celebrates the cuisine of his native Italy with seasonal meals of seafood medleys, tender roasts, and flavorful sauces

43% Off at Nonno's Italian Restaurant

La Mesa

$30 $17


A generous wine selection complements Italian staples, such as 16-inch cappicolla subs and meat lovers' pizzas made with from-scratch dough

45% Off Italian Food at Capri Blu Restaurant

San Diego

$40 $22


Filet mignon, dungeness crab, and inventive pizzas all share one enticing menu of classic and modern Italian dishes

45% Off Italian Food

Multiple Locations

$20 $11


Lasagna, chicken marsala, pizza, and other Italian favorites paired with local craft beer

50% Off Tuscan Cuisine at Operacaffe


$30 $15

Prosciutto pizza, porcini ravioli in sage-infused butter sauce, and other Tuscan-inspired specialties at a Zagat-rated eatery

50% Off Spaghetti Dinner at Sanfilippo's Italian Restaurant


$40 $20


Italian restaurant with more than 30 years in business serves a spaghetti dinner with salad and wine indoors or on a twinkle-lit patio

Up to 42% Off at Naked Pizza

Pacific Beach

$20 $13


Healthy pies made with hormone-free meat, sugar-free sauce, and 10-grain dough that includes brown rice, buckwheat, quinoa, and probiotics

Up to 50% Off Italian at Vittorio's

Torrey Highlands

$40 $20


Homemade ravioli, black-ink linguine, and other Italian specialties served in a Tuscany-decorated dining room

38% Off Italian Cuisine at Olivetto Ristorante

Mission Hills

$80 $50


The contemporary yet homey Italian eatery earned praise from the U-T San Diego, the San Diego Reader, and Zagat

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2650 Jamacha Rd
El Cajon,

Swing into the casual eatery elegance of Trattoria Tiramisu, where the crowd is unpretentious, the wine list is extensive, and the menu properly represents Pangaea's lost boot. The multi-regional Italian flavors shine through traditional plates such as mozzarella caprese comprised of fresh mozza, sliced tomato, basil, and extra virgin olive oil ($9.50). Meatier dishes include sliced pork loin dressed in rosemary, sage, and juniper-berry Chianti sauce ($17.50), and the ocean-emptying linguine frutti di mare served up with black mussels, clams, scallops, calamari, and shrimp ($18.50). Eating your fingers is gross, but eating ladyfingers laced with espresso and marscapone cheese is traditional tiramisu ($6).

8273 La Mesa Blvd
La Mesa,

Ciao Bella italian restaurant Beer and wine live dinner music fridays and saturdays dancing

5263 Baltimore Dr
La Mesa,

Ace Hardware's well-stocked aisles abound with home goods, tools, and furnishings for nearly any home-improvement project. Pick up a Steel Grip six-piece screwdriver set ($8.49), a Stanley rip hammer ($9.49), and a whole bunch of screws, anchors, and bolts (prices vary), and you'll be ready to finally mount every buffalo nickel and steel penny in your coin collection. Home improvers can illuminate their newfound décor with a 6-pack of Ace bent tip light bulbs ($17.94), the better to see by while making use of a Purdy four-piece premium paint-tray kit ($19.99). For those who need to match paint to a favorite coverlet or choose a hue that complements a pleather recliner, most stores offer a paint-matching service free of charge. Keys can be copied, and barnacle-encrusted carpet cleaned with the help of a rented carpet-cleaning machine (inquire about pricing at your preferred location).

1347 Tavern Rd

Cin Cin! uses local, fresh ingredients, organic produce, and classic Italian cooking techniques to create a seasonal menu of simple, yet elegant salads, pizzas, pastas, and more. Signal the start of dinner with your best howler-monkey impression before an appetizer of habanero mussels in a Valencia orange and basil broth ($8.95). Continue the trek toward the main course by way of salad, such as the grilled antipasto (fresh mozzarella, artichoke hearts, romaine, and Italian deli meats, $6.95). Cin Cin!'s selection of pasta dishes sees Italy through California glasses with dishes such as the roasted pepper and shrimp gnocchi ($15.95). Create your own leaning tower by ordering all four preconceived pizza varieties, including the Greek ($12.95) and gorgonzola and figs ($12.95), and topping the stack with a build-your-own original ($10, plus $2 per topping). The lunch menu features a pared-down dinner selection, plus paninis ($8.50).

14771 Pomerado Rd

The aroma of freshly baked pizzas crowned with pepperoni, meatballs, and garlic fills the air every day at Coney Island Pizzeria. In the kitchen, the cooks assemble Coney Island–themed pies, such as the Luna Park with pepperoni, bacon, and pineapple and the Wonder Wheel, topped with alfredo sauce, bacon, meatballs, and green peppers. During two-hour pizza-making classes held every Saturday, students learn to re-create the restaurant's signature pies, preparing the dough, making the sauce, and topping the pizzas with fresh ingredients and cheese. After sessions, students tote home a complimentary 18-inch pie of their choice or the choice of the myna bird living on their back.

14034 Poway Rd