Italian Restaurants in Cinco Ranch

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza at WhichWay Pizza

Whichway Pizza

Katy Mills

$20 $11

Guests load their own uncooked pizza with as many toppings as they can muster before cooking the pie in the oven

Hand-Tossed Pizza at Russo's New York Pizzeria (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Russo’s New York Pizzeria

Sugar Land

$20 $11

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Hand-tossed New York–style pizzas covered in toppings such as buffalo chicken, artichoke hearts, and a fresh margherita blend

Italian Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Antonia’s Cucina Italiana (Half Off). Two Locations Available.

Antonia's Cucina Italiana

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

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Chefs plate housemade pasta, sautéed shrimp, and traditional Northern Italian cuisine

Italian Food for Lunch, Takeout, Delivery, or Late-Night Dinner at Birraporetti's (Up to 58% Off)

Birraporetti's

Downtown

$20 $10

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Traditional Italian entrees such as chicken piccata with veal cannelloni and stone-oven-baked pizzas served in a pub-style atmosphere

$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Brazilian Specialties at Pizza Seven. Two Options Available.

Pizza Seven

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Ingredients from South America make pizzas, burgers, and wraps here stand out, with American- and Italian-style options also available

Up to 50% Off Pizza — Russo's New York Pizzeria Houston; Valid Monday - Wednesday 11 AM - 10 PM

Russo's New York Pizzeria Houston

Midtown

$20 $10

Brick oven bakes hand-tossed dough topped with roma tomatoes, mozarella, and basil and NY-style calzones packed with ricotta and bacon

Dine-In or Takeout Italian Cuisine at Polovina Italian Cafe (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Polovina Italian Cafe

Washington Ave./ Memorial Park

$25 $14

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Chefs cook traditional and gluten-free pastas and toast up thin-crust pizzas for dine-in or takeout affairs

Southern Italian Cuisine, Lunch, or Carryout at Little Napoli Italian Cuisine (Up to 53% Off)

Little Napoli Italian Cuisine

The Wine Cellar- Tasting Room

$30 $15

Pastas and grilled entrees spotlight traditional Italian ingredients such as mussels, garlic, mozzarella, and basil

Italian Food for Dine-In, Delivery, or Takeout at Birraporetti’s (Up to 45% Off)

Birraporetti's

Friendswood

$20 $12

Traditional Italian entrees, such as chicken picatta with veal cannelloni, and stone-oven-baked pizzas served in a pub-style atmosphere

Italian Dinner at Nicole’s Italian Restaurant (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Nicole's Italian Restaurant

Southeast Montgomery

$20 $12

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Slabs of meat lasagna, tender chicken florentine over a bed of fettuccine, and grilled salmon served with shrimp

$12 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Tuscany Italian Restaurant

Tuscany Italian Restaurant

Highland Farms

$20 $12

Family-friendly Italian restaurant crafts a wide variety of dishes, from hearty chicken-and-pasta dishes to a kid-sized fettuccine alfredo

Upscale Global Cuisine Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at La Riviera Restaurant (Up to 46% Off)

La Riviera Restaurant

Bryan/ College Station

$38 $22

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Starters such as crab cakes and fondue; entrees such as Caribbean jerk tilapia, pork chop, and chicken crepes

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During the surfing craze of 1959, Straw Hat Pizza presented a lighter version of the hearty Italian-American snack that caught on with the swimsuit set in San Leandro, a small town on San Francisco Bay. The crust's layers were flaky and crisp, and bubbling under a blend of six naturally-aged cheeses and spoonfuls of fresh sauce. Salad bars appeared at the chain a decade later, reflecting the epoch's free-love ethos that encouraged communion between animals and vegetables. The company celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, having come a long way from the quirky kitchen that slung beer, screened old-time movies, and showcased local banjo bands.

Today, the cold beer still flows from the bars at each location, and the menu now features pasta and Hot Hat sandwiches, pizza-dough pockets enveloping hearty fillings such as meatballs or roast beef. Tomatoes are hand-sorted to give sauce a consistent texture and full, ripe flavor, and wheat is grown according to Italian tradition, in volcanic soil or bowls of mom's pasta set at least 4,500 feet above sea level. Staying abreast of health and ecological concerns, the company manufactures boxes and napkins from recycled materials, and keeps trans fats out of its menu.

5205 Mason Rd, Ste 100
Katy,
TX
US

3 Olives specializes in pastas and seafood made in the traditional Italian fashion, but it also offers some modern twists. Pork chops brined in root beer and covered in a root-beer barbecue sauce are carried to tables, as are dishes such as chicken smothered with bacon poblano gravy and brick oven pizzas.

Each dish is also a lesson in creative presentation. Coal black shells are steamed open in order to reveal pearls of mussel meat, and sprigs of mint accompany creamy sorbets. 3 Olives offers family style dinners with live jazz music on Friday and Saturday nights. During Sunday brunch, live jazz music floats around the dining room.

22764 Westheimer Pkwy
Katy,
TX
US

Each day, the chefs at Pepperoni's Pizza's eight locations crush premium tomatoes into sauces, roll out homemade dough, then cover the freshly baked pies with natural mozzarella. Diners can build their own creations from more than 30 toppings, including bacon bits and pineapples, or opt for more than 10 specialty pizzas such as the New Yorker, smothered with heaping amounts of sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. Their menu also sates hearty appetites with more than 20 oven-baked subs, as well as local favorites such as calzones and smokey BBQ Buffalo wings.

8510 Fm 359 Rd S
Fulshear,
TX
US

Pizza Patrón's friendly, bilingual servers dole out pies that celebrate Latino culture while speaking to tongues in the international language of flavor. Pizzasmiths slather fresh dough with marinara or alfredo sauce and cheese, then strew crust canvases with an artistic smattering of more than a dozen topping options or assemble specialty masterpieces. The restaurant's festive Latin-infused environs host dine-in eating, and patrons can opt to carryout or swing by the drive thru to nibble in the comforts of their homes or favorite quicksand pit.

5803 N Fry Rd
Katy,
TX
US

Roberto Rosa first discovered his love of cooking at age 13, when he began learning recipes from his grandmother Antonia. Two decades later, the owner of Antonia’s Cucina Italiana shares his love of all Italian fare, transforming chicken, seafood, veal, and house-made pasta into colorful dishes during lunch and dinner. Across the three locations, décor and amenities vary, from outdoor seating to exposed brick walls and checkered floors where diners can settle arguments over who pays the bill with games of human chess.

2001 Katy Mills Blvd
Katy,
TX
US

DoubleDave's Pizzaworks serves up an assortment of hearty, hand-tossed pizzas, Peproni rolls, stromboli, and more. Choose a pie from DoubleDave's selection of specialty pizzas ($19.99 for an 18", $15.99 for a 15", and $12.99 for a 12”)—the buffalo-chicken pizza outfits its surface area in mozzarella, chicken strips, wing sauce, and ranch dressing, while the duplicitous Dave's Fave offers carnivore-coaxing meatball and sausage or veggie-baiting tomato, garlic, and spinach variations on its olive oil, garlic, and oregano sauce base. Do-it-yourselfers are welcome to design their own pies ($10.99 for a 15", plus $1.59 per topping), choosing size, toppings, and the type of crust, and diners wishing to cram their cuisine into claustrophobic confines can opt for a half-dozen Peproni rolls ($7.99), with pepperoni and cheese wrapped into dough. Or escape the boot-shaped grip of the Mediterranean with a Philly cheesesteak stromboli ($10.99 for large, $5.99 for small).

1650 S Mason Rd
Katy,
TX
US