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Bozzelli's Italian Deli has been churning out hearty bread-and-meat combos for more than 30 years. Over the years, the menu has blossomed to include palate-pleasing subs such as the classic steak and cheese, honey ham, and various seafood creations ($6.55+ for 8''; $7.55+ for 12''). Transition to flatter eats with a hand-tossed pizza in a predesigned house flavor, or build your own pie from the bottom up ($5.99 and up). In addition to being a peak day for UFO sightings, Wednesdays are also lasagna days at Bozzelli's, when heaping layers of noodle-y, tomato-y goodness give pasta fans the strength to finish out the week.
The chefs at Bella Vita Italian Eatery support the restaurant’s name—which translates to “the good life” in Italian—by gathering friends and families around hand-tossed specialty pizzas and plates of rich pasta. The lobster-and-crab ravioli, which, according to staff, earned the title of Best Entree at the Cuisine de Commerce 2012, comes coated in a velvety sherry cream sauce. Other dishes include meat lasagna and the veal gorgonzola with creamy butter sauce, although the eatery scores recognition for more than just its food. In 2012, Bella Vita Italian Eatery won the reader's choice award for “friendliest restaurant in Prince William County” from InsideNova Network. Patrons can unwind even further while ipping a glass of wine from the full bar or participating in a postmeal shoulder-massage line.
Paisano’s is unstoppable. In the 40 years since opening its first Virginia pizzeria, the chain has grown to more than 15 Virginia and Maryland locations, with more cropping up each year. The pizza mecca was voted 2012 Best Pizza by WTOP Virginia listeners and credits its success to freshness of ingredients, pizza dough, and its universal motto: "We have something for everyone." The Washington Post reports that the owners drew on their Lebanese and Italian parentage in creating the expansive menu, which includes hearty calzones, subs, and stuffed wraps, and of course, Paisano’s signature pizzas with more than 30 available toppings.
There's something unmistakably Italian about Toscana Grill. Maybe it's the white marble and ebony wood accents in the dining room, or maybe it's the hospitality with which the servers greet each guest. In all likelihood, it's probably both of these things?plus a menu of northern Italian dishes crafted with local produce and herbs.
All of the traditional favorites are here, including eggplant parmigiana, spinach ravioli alfredo, and chicken marsala with mushrooms. But it's not all classics. There are also plenty of genre-bending pizzas, such as one topped with shrimp, white-wine sauce, butter, and garlic. A bottle of wine from the bar makes a perfect companion to any meal, especially if you dress it up like a person and pretend that it can talk.
A friendly staff serves up generously sized portions at this family-friendly Italian eatery. Children dine on kids'-menu selections as adults choose from a menu of classic pizzas, seafood, and pastas. Chefs' Southern Italian cooking can be enjoyed beneath the stucco archways of the casual dining area or amid well-kept shrubbery on the patio.