Italian Restaurants in Commerce

$12 for $20 Worth of Italian Pizzeria Cuisine for Two or More at D'Amore's Pizza

D'Amore's Pizza

Westwood

Using water, four, and olive oil imported from Italy, chefs make pizzas, including the pizza bianco topped with roasted peppers and ricotta

$20 $12

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Chef's Tasting Menu with Champagne for Two or Four at Portofino Cucina Italiana (46%% Off)

Portofino Cucina Italiana

Downtown Los Angeles

Naples–born chef shares favorite home recipes such as homemade gnocchi or seafood brodetto stew through a tasting menu

$100 $59

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Avenue Italy (Up to 37% Off)

Avenue Italy

West Los Angeles

Decades of restaurant experience and a childhood in Piemonte, Italy, serve as inspiration for a menu of carefully sourced Italian dishes

$134 $85

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four with Appetizers and Wine at Palermo Ristorante Italiano (Up to 41% Off)

Palermo Ristorante Italiano

Los Feliz

Appetizers of prosciutto and melon precede entrees such as lasagna bolognese, veal picata, and tilapia in a marsala sauce

$67.45 $40

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Pizzeria Food and Drinks at Melody Pizza (40% Off). Three Options Available.

Melody Pizza

Westchester

Creative NY artisan pizzas topped with wildly unconventional toppings such as bulgogi and kimchi or sliced pear with gorgonzola

$20 $12

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$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at The Kitchen Italian Cafe and Pizzeria

The Kitchen Italian Cafe and Pizzeria

Old Pasadena

Classic Italian dishes such as chicken parmigiana with spaghetti, meat lasagna, sausage rolls, and Sicilian-style pizzas

$20 $11

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Italian Dinner, Brunch, or Lunch at EnjoEat (Up to 50% Off). Six Options Available.

Enjoeat

Culver City

Thin-crust pizzas, seasonal veggies, and Italian entrees served with freshly baked bread from the restaurant’s bakery

$35 $20

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Three-Course Italian Dinner with Wine for Two, Four, or Six at Polentoni (Up to 70% Off)

Polentoni

Culver City

Traditional Italian dishes served in an eatery with rustic brick walls, exposed ceiling rafters, and rich wooden floors

$142 $49

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All-You-Can-Eat Gourmet Pizza for Dine-In or Pizza for Carry-Out at Bella Vista Brazilian Pizza (Up to 43% Off)

Bella Vista Brazilian Pizza

Washington Culver

Ham, cinnamon, green peas, Brazilian-style cream cheese, condensed milk, fresh fruit, and beef stroganoff crown 30 types of gourmet pizzas

$29.98 $17

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Pizza at PieAwesome Pizzeria (Up to 44% Off). Two Options Available.

PieAwesome Pizzeria

North Hollywood

Chefs customize 12-inch personal pizza crusts with sauces and variety of toppings before cooking them for three minutes in a stone oven

$9 $5

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$16 for $25 Worth of Delivery or Takeout at Jovinos Pizza

Jovinos Pizza

Long Beach

Eight signature pies topped with ingredients ranging from sausage and mushrooms to coconut and cherries, plus rib tips, calzones, and subs

$25 $16

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$18 Towards Take-Out or Large Two-Topping Pizza, One Large Salad, and Four Sodas at Combo's Pizza (Up to 35% Off)

Combo's Pizza

Fullerton

Take home your favorite pie, or dine in for a meal of one large two-topping pizza, a large salad, and four sodas

$22.48 $14.50

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Pizza, Sandwiches, and Pasta at Pedone's Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Pedone's Pizza

Hermosa Beach

Hot sandwiches and classic italian pastas make tasty individual meals, and specialty pizzas fill small groups of bellies

$20 $10

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Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Take-Out at Pane e Vino (Up to 53% Off)

Pane e Vino

Covina

Baked lasagna, oven-fresh pizza, and house-made pasta accompanied by a long list of wines

$35 $20

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Italian Cuisine at The Black Olive Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Four Options Available.

The Black Olive Restaurant

Lomita

Eatery dishes out parmesan-crusted artichoke cakes, baked cheese ravioli, jambalaya pasta, veal marsala, and spinach goat cheese pizza

$41 $25

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$75 for $100 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Vito Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Vito Restaurant

Mid-City

Trio of Italian immigrants runs 34-year-old restaurant, which serves classic, Old-World recipes in space with vintage charm

$100 $75

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$149 for 5-Course Italian Dinner for Two with Dessert and Wine at Michelin Starred Valentino ($250 Value)

Valentino

Pico

Prosecco or wine complements dishes such as shrimp-stuffed calamari, gnocchi with prosciutto, and lobster risotto in a fine-dining setting

$250 $149

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$20 for $35 Worth of Italian-American Food at Earth Wind & Flour

Earth Wind & Flour

Santa Monica

Italian food with a California touch, like eggplant pizza and spinach salad with artichoke hearts, at a restaurant with dog-friendly patio

$35 $20

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Italian Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Canali Cafe (48% Off)

Canali Cafe

Marina del Rey

Tender osso buco, fresh seafood, and ravioli made from scratch in-house

$25 $13

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four, or Black-Truffle Dinner for Two at Locanda Positano (Up to 55% Off)

Locanda Positano

Marina Del Ray

Fresh seafood, seasonal produce, and handmade pastas highlight a menu of authentic Italian cuisine

$146 $66

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150 Citadel Dr
Commerce,
CA
US

Hot wings, New York-style pizza, and Philly steak sandwiches may be the signature foods of the east coast, but it's hard to imagine any restaurant treating them with more reverence than west-coast franchise Alondra Hot Wings. The eponymous wings are the house specialty, hot and slathered in one of 18 sauces. Ranked on a scale from mild to atomic?which requires a waiver to order?the sauces also include flavors such as lemon pepper, spicy barbecue, maple syrup, and thai chili.

Alondra's other major influence is written all over the menu?and the walls. Mug shots of famous mafiosi hang throughout the dining room, and the owners are so fascinated by the subject that their website even offers tutorials in mob history. Also from that old Italian-American milieu: pizzas built on from-scratch dough, bearing names such as The Godfather?a hearty amalgam of four meats?and the Little Italy, which flecks chicken breast with basil. Draft beer and wine help mouths cool down after biting into a hot wing or almost insulting the ghost of Al Capone.

616 W Whittier Blvd.
Montebello,
CA
US

The chefs at FalconesPizza can cater to any pizza palate. Depending on a customer's personal tastes, they toss crusts that are hearty and thick or as thin as the parchment from which Leonardo da Vinci placed his first take-out order. Toppings, too, range from traditional flavors, such as the pesto, garlic, tomatoes, and fresh basil that make up the Napoli, to the inventive combination atop the shrimp pizza, which pairs succulent seafood with chorizo, pepperoni, and onions. Italian meats such as mortadella and capacolla join fresh mozzarella on salads and sandwiches, and family-style trays of baked ziti or lasagna keep large groups from taking over a grocery store.

9247 Slauson Ave
Pico Rivera,
CA
US

When owner Frank White took over this Downey eatery—then called Granata's Italian Restaurant—in 2011, the Granata family had already been serving Italian cuisine there for more than 54 years, according to the Downey Patriot. Today, White still plucks recipes from the family cookbook but has also added his own touch with a new menu of hot and cold Spanish-style tapas. Made with gourmet ingredients such as fresh clams, spanish piquillo peppers, and rich serrano ham, the new plates are small enough to be shared with friends or slingshotted spitefully at enemies. The chefs also use locally sourced ingredients for classic Italian meals whenever possible, festooning linguine carbonara with fresh sweet peas and veal parmigiana with rich tomato sauce.

In the renovated dining area, blue pendant lamps light the full bar and surrounding cherry-wood tables and chairs. Flat-screen TVs share wall space with murals of the Venetian canals where Leonardo da Vinci first learned to jet ski.

11032 Downey Ave
Downey,
CA
US

Amalfi Ristorante's ties to the entertainment industry are almost as strong as its ties to traditional Italian fine dining. The restaurant sits next door to the famed ACME Comedy Theatre and beneath Room 5 Lounge, which hosts shows by up-and-coming local musicians and comics. The entertainment at Room 5 comes with a side of history: jazz legend Nathaniel ?Nat? Cole's band assembled there in 1937, when the building was still known as Swanee Inn.

Even with these connections to comedy and music present, Amalfi Ristorante's chefs remain solely focused on the refined Old World cooking that they prepare for diners. Homemade pasta dishes and wood-fired pizzas topped with everything from prosciutto and mixed mushrooms to shrimp and spinach exemplify this commitment to Italian culinary traditions. However, the chefs also feature a small number of contemporary American dishes, such as Cajun-style seared tuna and a half-pound burger on a brioche bun.

The simple elegance of Amalfi Ristorante's dining room mirrors the chefs' willingness to incorporate rustic influences into a refined atmosphere. Exposed wooden ceiling beams complement the warm earth tones of the tan banquettes as well as the cream-hued linens that adorn each table. Thanks to its scattered candles and flickering fireplace, the space maintains a soft and intimate glow long after sunset.

143 N La Brea Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US

“[It’s] the best pizza I’ve found in Los Angeles,” says comedian and recognized Italian Ray Romano about D’Amore’s Pizza. He’s not the only star to fall for the authentic slices: owner Joe D’Amore has shipped his cracker-thin crusts to destinations across Hollywood, including the set of Two and a Half Men and Jennifer Garner’s house. Whether he’s serving an A-lister or the average hungry citizen, Joe bakes all of his cheesy treats to-order inside a stationary brick oven or an innovative oven on wheels.

D’Amore’s traditional methods and tempting taste are a family legacy. Born and raised in an Italian family in Boston, Joe D’Amore grew up savoring his grandmother Mommanonna's handmade pizzas—a meal he would miss upon moving to California. Joe asked his grandmother to join him out west and show him the secrets to her trade, but when she pulled the pie out of the oven, something wasn't quiet right. Mommanonna immediately knew that the California water was sabotaging her famous cracker-thin crust, and urged Joe to bring water from Boston. Today, he takes the practice a step further, importing water from Italy along with olive oil, flour, and pizza wheels carved by Michelangelo.

1136 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US