Italian Restaurants in Walnut Hills

$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Sandwiches at Tusculum Grille

Tusculum Grille

East End/Columbia Tusculum

$20 $12

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Italian-style thin-crust specialty pizzas such as buffalo chicken, veggie, and vegan veggie

Italian Cuisine at Lunch for Two at Ferrari’s Little Italy and Bakery (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Ferrari's Little Italy and Bakery

Madeira

$20 $11

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Family-recipe Italian food, gelato, fresh-baked focaccia bread, and homemade pizzas served amid rustic exposed-brick walls and outdoor patio

$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Fairfield Pizza & Pasta Company

Fairfield Pizza & Pasta Company

Fairfield

$20 $11

Baked ziti and ravioli accompany signature pizzas such as the Deluxe, with pepperoni, bacon, sausage, and mushrooms

$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Subs, and Drinks for Dine-In Service at Mio’s Pizzeria

Mio's Pizzeria

Miami

$20 $10

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Original-crust pizza topped with wholesome cheese and tangy tomato sauce, along with hoagies, calzones, and stuffed pizza

$10 for $20 Worth of Pizzas, Sandwiches, and Pasta at Captain 9’s

Captain 9's

Germantown

$20 $10

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Pizza, pasta, Hershey's ice cream, and subs in a diner decorated with authentic firefighter suits

Pizza Meals with Wings and Soda at Snappy Tomato Pizza (Up to 54% Off)

Snappy Tomato Pizza

East Louisville

$23.67 $11

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Enough pizza, wings, and soda for a family or a crowd; pizza toppings such as pepperoni, banana peppers, anchovies, and pineapple

$12 for $20 Worth of Hand-Tossed Pizzas, Sandwiches, and Salads at The Red Star Pizza Company

The Red Star Pizza Company

Seymour

$20 $12

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Hand-tossed specialty pizzas highlight a menu of hot sandwiches, salads, appetizers, and more

Pizza Meal for Two or Four at Mama Nita's Pizza in New Palestine (Up to 45% Off)

Mama Nita's Pizza

New Palestine

$23.48 $13

Pie prodigies hand-toss dough for thin-crust pizzas and top each creation with choice of more than one dozen toppings

Upscale Italian Food for Dinner at Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant (44% Off). Two Options Available.

Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant

Central Business District

$50 $29

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Upscale Italian food at award-winning restaurant with James Beard–recognized chef

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The menu at ZZ’s Pizza Company overflows with gourmet pizza, soups, pasta, and other hearty comestibles. Find peace for a grumbling, disgruntled stomach by picking through a wedge salad’s iceberg lettuce, sliced roma tomatoes, and crisp bacon topped with house parmesan dressing and gorgonzola cheese ($4.50 for a side, $6.50 for an entree). A dish of lasagna ($12) or a homemade meatball hoagie ($9) with onions, peppers, tomato sauce, and provolone will help ward off unruly appetites and down-on-their-luck comic-strip cats. Elsewhere on the menu, pizzas abound—choose your size and cover it with the perfect assortment of regular and gourmet toppings ($7–$12, plus toppings). Select one of ZZ’s recipes, such as an 8-inch four-cheese pizza ($9) crowned with smoked gouda, mozzarella, gruyere swiss, and romano cheeses. Or opt for the delicious seafood pizza, a deep-sea-caught specialty that features lobster, shrimp, and crab meat ($11.50 for an 8-inch edition).

2401 Gilbert Ave
Cincinnati,
OH
US

View crafts its menus of American cuisine with an impassioned culinary flair, appeasing appetites with a palette of flavors and stunning views of the Ohio River Valley. Sate savory cravings with the Lamb Stroganoff ($19), where braised leg of lamb and vegetables soak in a delectable sauce upon a bed of pappardelle noodles. Theater buffs, families, and cultured werewolves can fuel up for a Henry IV double feature with the ever-changing, three-course, pre-theater prix-fixe menu ($25), all while savoring the glimmering Ohio River from View's outdoor patio.

2200 Victory Pkwy
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Doughby's satisfies cravings for flaky stuffed pastries with its hearty calzones and crepes. Golden-brown calzone crusts hug chicken, pork, steak, beef, and vegetable fillings and come in 50 different combinations that quiet a rumbling stomach much more pleasantly than swallowing a pacifier. Twenty-six crepes hold similar savory fillings or sweet stuffings, such as Nutella, strawberries, and bananas. To satisfy late-night revelers, Doughby's stays open until 4 a.m. on the weekends.

2707 Vine Street
Cincinnati,
OH
US

The chefs at Mt. Adams Pizza are more than happy to let you create your own pizza from their collection of more than 30 toppings—including buffalo chicken, gyro meat, vegan sausage, and roasted red peppers. But they’ve also engineered a selection of specialty pizzas, including the white Diablo Chicken pizza, which they load up with buffalo chicken, blue cheese, and jalapeño peppers. They can craft gluten-free pizzas smothered in vegan cheese, as well as vegetarian-friendly pizzas. Gyros, calzones, and Italian-inspired hoagies round out the menu. The chefs keep cooking until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, when college students are most in need of a study break.

1045 Saint Gregory St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Mac's Pizza Pub supplies mozzarella monomaniacs with scrumptious pizzas and booze enthusiasts with a pirate's treasure cove of cold beers. Voyage into spicy-hot lands by ordering the Mac-Attack pizza, a pie of hot ground beef, jalapeños, double pepperoni, and cheese ($13.79 for 12-inch). Or, create your own cheese circle by artistically arranging toppings of your choice in the shape of a dinosaur or crossing guard. Mac's pours frothy mugs of Bar Harbor's Blueberry Ale and locally brewed Mt. Carmel Nut Brown Ale from the tap, and the extensive beer list boasts a solid selection of bottled brewskies.

205 W McMillan St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Conceptualized by Chef Joshua Steven Campbell, a Cincinnati native, Mayberry and World Food Bar bring creative tastes to the community without ever pressuring the community to adopt creative eating techniques in return—traditional methods such as teeth and forks are acceptable. Mayberry's modest, warm atmosphere invites patrons to feast on fancified versions of classic comfort food such as the Sloppy Josh sandwich (slow-cooked beef with rosemary and spicy mustard, $7) for lunch, paired with a tater-tot casserole ($3). Transitioning palates to dinner hour are elegant small plates such as pepper-bacon-wrapped pork medallions sweetly accompanied by barbecue chickpeas and goat cheese ($10) and the restaurant's herbed flatbread with guava, kalamata olives, and feta cheese, which can be made with lamb or with minted tofu for vegetarians ($10).

1801 Race St
Cincinnati,
OH
US