Italian Restaurants in Coral Gables

Up to 50%% Off at CiCi's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$13.98 $7

Slices of pizza made with fresh dough round out self-served plates of pasta, salads, and desserts

Up to 39% Off Prix-Fixe Italian Meal at Vero Italian

Downtown Miami

$53 $33

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Diners enjoy pizza, fish, and housemade pasta inspired by many regions in Italy as they sit in the rustic dining room or outdoor area

Up to 51% Off Italian Dinner at Vapiano

Brickell

$57.85 $29

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Casual Italian eatery features made-to-order food stations with homemade pasta, pizza, and salads

Up to 55% Off an Italian Dinner at Spartico Restaurant

Northeast Coconut Grove

$107.70 $49

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Milanese wood-burning oven crisps artisanal pizzas, and pastas imported from Italy entangle veal meatballs and pulled lamb shank

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Ristorante Pappa & Ciccia

Doral

$20 $10

Prosciutto and mushroom pizza, handmade stuffed pastas, and chicken parm paninis

50% Off Italian Cuisine

Flamingo / Lummus

$60 $30

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House-made gnocchi in basil pesto sauce, caprese pizza, and veal parmigiana pair with international wines at eatery with live entertainment

Up to Half Off Italian Dinner at Escopazzo

Miami Beach

$138 $69

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Organic ingredients infuse slow-roasted north california lamb shoulder, grass-fed tenderloin, and spaghetti with pacific sea urchin

Up to 51% Off at Master's Italian Restaurant

City Center

$70 $35

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Stuffed, heart-shaped pizzas don a single topping while deluxe pizzas blend meats and veggies; includes garden salad, garlic bread, and wine

Up to 50% Off at Pizza Dude

Miami Beach

$28.92 $15

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Fried mushrooms warm up palates for build-your-own pizzas donning one protein, two veggies, and housemade sauce and mozzarella cheese

Up to 53% Off Pizza or Pasta at Puntino dal Toro

Miami Beach

$40 $20

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Gourmet lasagna, fettuccine bolognese, and margherita pizza in a bistro-style setting

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The chefs at Calamari Restaurant strive to create familiar, comforting Italian foods with house-made ingredients and ocean-fresh fish. With an emphasis on seafood dishes, they grill salmon fillets and stuff lobster ravioli that the Miami New Times placed 50th on its list of 100 Favorite Dishes in 2010, calling it "the entrée that will keep you coming back for more." They also strive to recreate homemade flavors by creating their own Italian sausages and pasta, and roast pizzas in a wood-burning brick oven within sight of the dining room.

In addition to an indoor dining room, outdoor tables with checkered cloths surround a garden fountain, "evoking a seaside picnic," according to a 2009 review in the Miami Herald.

3540 Main Hwy
Miami,
FL
US

Small wrought-iron chandeliers, pendant lamps, and track fixtures bathe Focaccia Bistro's rustic-modern interior in an amber glow, illuminating towering wooden wine racks stuffed with European vintages. Though the white-clothed tables carry elegantly plated dishes of risotto, shellfish pasta, and handmade ravioli, the bistro's decor extends beyond Italy, enticing passersby with full-length front windows that evoke the aura of a 1930s-era café. French-influenced brunch consisting of croissants and baguettes further enhances the café vibe, as does the beret-sporting ghost that haunts the restrooms.

3111 Grand Ave
Miami,
FL
US

The menu at Il Corso Trattoria overflows with traditional Italian dishes, displaying examples of lasagna, filet mignon, tilapia, paninis, and brick-oven pizzas. Inside the Old World–style eatery, exposed brick columns stand tall as diners feast on chefs' gourmet handiwork and sample wines that flow straight into the restaurant via transoceanic aqueducts.

166 Giralda Ave
Coral Gables,
FL
US

Located in the newly restored historic Coral Gables Country Club, Liberty Caffe serves freshly baked pastries, crisp salads, and local Florida orange juice. Behind a lit glass case stuffed with crisp salads and buttery croissants, baristas pour foamy cappuccinos at the coffee bar and scoop cups of house-made gelato made from traditional Italian recipes and garnished with fresh strawberries and hazelnuts. Diners can slide into tables facing a row of open, arched windows overlooking the country club's manicured landscape of green grass, swaying palm trees, and fist-shaking groundskeepers.

997 N Greenway Dr
Coral Gables,
FL
US

Executive Chef Massimo Giannattasio's career has taken him all over the world, cooking meals in Los Angeles, Northern Italy, and Miami, but perhaps the most important kitchen in which he worked is his mother's. At a young age, she taught him that a chef's intuition is as important as any measurement and that if a chef wears another chef's apron, he withers and dies. Chef Giannattasio and his staff rely on those early lessons in the kitchen of Cibo Wine Bar, where they've curated a menu of both traditional and modern Italian dishes.

Surrounded by columns of neatly stacked Chicago bricks, diners take their seats at tables made of sealed butcher block. Servers produce a wine list to rival a French baron's, and waiters bring out appetizers such as polenta fries or carpaccio. Pastas such as ravioli and gnocchi are hallmark dishes, and the chef prepares seasonal risottos year round. Tender cuts of veal and braised beef short ribs are served second. In addition, the kitchen can bake one of 15 gourmet pizzas for the table, with whole wheat options available.

Cibo Wine Bar won the Miami New Times' Best Wine Selection award in 2012. And once you step inside, it's easy to see why. A huge wine rack soars to the top of the restaurant's vaulted ceiling along one wall—it's so tall that Cibo's wine girl uses a harness and rope to reach the top. A vast, full-service bar pours wines and mixed drinks in the front. In the open kitchen, which is framed by exposed brick walls, chefs scurry to prepare meals, and curing meats hang in full sight of the diners.

45 Miracle Mile
Miami,
FL
US

Pastazzi's culinary crackerjacks curate a menu replete with homemade twists on traditional Italian cuisine for noshers on the go. Diners design their own edible masterpieces from many possible combinations of handcrafted pastas and fresh sauces such as penne with bolognesa, cheese ravioli with pomodoro, and gnocchi with creamy alfredo ($7.85–$10.50). Flex jaw muscles like a contestant in the world’s-strongest-jaw competition before decimating the roasted eggplant lasagna ($8.95), or the salami and manchego-cheese panini ($8.25). Mollify insurgent sweet teeth with sugary selections such as the berry tartlet ($4.95) and tiramisu, the traditional italian cake made from lady fingers and espresso whose name translates as "tiramisu" ($4.50).

5900 SW 73rd St
South Miami,
FL
US