Italian Restaurants in Coto De Caza

47% Off Italian Cuisine at Romeo Cucina

Romeo Cucina

Laguna Beach

$30 $16

(113)

Pastas made by hand daily, pizzas baked in a wood-burning brick oven, and other Italian dishes including grilled scampi prawns and risotto

51% Off Italian Dinner for 2 or 4 at Italian Cravings Irvine

Italian Cravings Irvine

Irvine Business Complex

$54.85 $27

Inventive pizzas, glasses of beer, and pasta dishes with signature marinara sauce characterize menu of familiar Italian staples

45% Off Italian Food at Tuscany Mediterranee Grill

Tuscany Mediterranee Grill

Irvine Business Complex

$40 $22

(450)

Penne with capers and diced ahi tuna, chicken in brandy sauce with prosciutto and artichoke hearts, lamb chops, and kebabs

Up to 52% Off Pizza at Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery

Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery

Irvine

$20 $12

Diners sip award-winning craft beer and munch hand-tossed pizza while watching live sports; a game room with prizes keeps kids entertained

50% Off at Luna Rossa Ristorante

Luna Rossa Ristorante

Tustin

$30 $15

(170)

Authentic Italian restaurant known for its homemade pastas & pizzas made in a wood burning oven mostly uses products imported from Italy

Up to 52% Off Pizza at Lamppost Pizza 

Lamppost Pizza

Orange

$35 $17

(28)

A pair of friends shares eight slices of regular- or gluten-free crust pizza, washing it down with beer from Backstreet Brewery

$7 Off at Carolina's Italian Restaurant

Carolina's Italian Restaurant

Garden Grove

$20 $13

(768)

Seafood pasta, chicken pizza, antipasti, and 280+ beers from around the world at a cozy, family-owned spot

Up to 40% Off at Surf Dog's Sports Grill

Surf Dog's Sports Grill

Huntington Beach

$35.95 $26

(43)

Large pizza or 21 pieces of wings for parties to split at a sports bar with 19 flat-screen TVs

Half Off at Francesca's Italian Kitchen

Francesca's Italian Kitchen

Temecula

$30 $15

(58)

Chicken marsala, gnocchi, lobster ravioli, and other Italian dishes from a husband-and-wife team

Up to 50% Off Pizzeria Food or Pizza Party

Pizza Factory

Temecula

$25 $14

(27)

Thick-crust and thin-crust pizzas crowned with creative toppings, such as cashews and pesto, plus hearty pastas; arcade games and party room

Up to 45% Off at Times Square New York Style Pizzeria

Times Square New York Style Pizzeria

Temecula

$20 $12

Bite into slices of cheesy New York–style pizza topped with chicken, salami, or artichokes, which can be made gluten free

Papa John’s Pizza – Up to 51% Off Pizza Meal

Papa John’s

Chino Hills

$27.17 $15

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes

Up to 45% Off at Papa Joe's Pizza

Papa Joe's Pizza

Moreno Valley

$20 $11

Cuisine includes spaghetti with meatballs, filet steak sandwich, garlic bread, buffalo wings, and cheese vegetarian pizza

45% Off at Giovanni's Pizza

Giovanni's Pizza

Ontario

$20 $11

Eatery dishes out cuisine such as lasagna, mexican pizza, italian roast beef, hot wings, and a fried eggplant sandwich with sauce and cheese

Up to 50% Off at Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano

Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano

Ontario

$40 $25

(79)

Northern Italian specialties include bruschetta crescenza and pasta tossed with fresh seafood

Johnny Carino’s – $10 for Italian Food 

Johnny Carino's

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(167)

Menu features signature dishes such as spaghetti skillets, house-made 16-layer lasagna, 21 varieties of pizza, and balsamic barbecue ribs

50% Off at Pizza Factory

Pizza Factory

Rancho Cucamonga

$30 $15

Signature pizzas include the Hawaiian, BLT, Fiesta, spinach and garlic, Greek, and barbecue chicken

Up to 45% Off Pizza and Breadsticks at Anya's Pizza

Anya's Pizza

Rancho Cucamonga

$25.35 $15

(17)

Customize pizzas with more than 15 toppings ranging from shrimp to jalapeños, paired with an order of breadsticks

Up to 40% Off at Bonello’s New York Pizza

Bonello's New York Pizza

Colton

$15.45 $9.50

(14)

Hand-tossed dough anchors New York–style pies peppered with a secret herb blend; sandwiches and homemade pastas also available

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Established in 1970, Coto Valley Country Club enriches the lush landscape of the Coto De Caza Valley with acres of family-friendly facilities dedicated to sports, fitness, and relaxation. Atop the blue-and-green plane of 10 tennis courts, players can hug the baseline, return heated serves, or weave yellow ball fuzz into the net during friendly matches or lessons from one of the resident aces. Idyllic trees and rustic riding trails surround the equestrian center, where horses bound over hurdles at the show-jumping course or dart across the polo field. The club also offers a variety of fitness activities and amenities, from boot-camp and karate classes for keeping bodies in shape to massage therapists for assuaging the lingering pain from napping on the elliptical machine. As a more tranquil alternative, guests can always simply laze by the poolside or stroll the fragrant gardens before unwinding with a drink at the bar or an alfresco meal on the outdoor patio.

23331 Via Venado
Trabuco Canyon,
CA
US

Craig Gandolph entered the deli business in Long Island, making the sandwiches he’d always eaten growing up in New York. When love brought him to Salt Lake City, he missed the flavor of his hometown. So he opened the first Gandolfo’s New York Delicatessen and named his sandwiches after the Big Apple locales that he missed. Today, his little sandwich shop has grown to encompass dozens of franchises across the United States, slinging sandwiches from both brick-and-mortar joints and gridlocked food trucks.

The Mission Viejo location, one of four in California, is owned and operated by sisters Yami and Elizabeth Marin, according to a 2009 article in the Orange County Register. Yami's husband grew up in Queens and helped her discover deli food during many East Coast trips to visit his family. Inside the restaurant she shares with her sister, red accent walls, exposed ductwork, hardwood floors, and photographs of New York landmarks work together to transport diners to a New York deli.

23981 Alicia Pkwy
Mission Viejo,
CA
US

Restaurateur Salvatore S. D'Abbusco was born in Naples, but traveled to the United States at the age of 24 to marry a woman from Philadelphia, with whom he'd fallen in love on a cruise. He wanted to bring the tastes of Italy to his new home and founded Salvatore Cucina Italiana more than 20 years ago.

His chefs toss pasta dishes made from traditional Italian recipes with italian cheeses, shellfish, chicken, and lamb. They handcraft tiramisu and blend, cut, and fold their own dough for manicotti. Sommeliers complement the extensive menu with an array of white and red wines from Tuscany, Sicily, and California, for a greater blend of international flavors than UN potluck parties. Each meal begins as servers lay complimentary bruschetta, in lieu of traditional bread, onto white-clothed tables arranged under ornate gilded lamps and pasta-covered walls.

27001 La Paz Rd
Mission Viejo,
CA
US

Bonafede-family matriarch Anita started JoJo's Pizza Kitchen more than four decades ago, and her discerning taste for ingredients is still identifiable in the menu. Though her son Joe, who napped on flour sacks in the back of the restaurant as a child, now runs the eatery, fresh basil and plum tomatoes grown in Stanislaus County still release aromas that hint at sun-soaked furrows. Through a dining room window, guests catch glimpses of chefs tossing freshly risen dough for pizzas or smaller chefs for their adorable giggles. They grate fresh parmesan cheese as wine cooks slowly down with mushrooms on the stovetop and chicken marinates in lemon and garlic. Servers bustle past, filling glasses with house wines or draft beers.

27640 Marguerite Pkwy
Mission Viejo,
CA
US

Peppino's menu of family-style portions provides more savory pairings than grandma could shake a slotted spoon at. Ease a land lover into the seafood sampler, composed of halibut, shrimp, scallops, and salmon atop a bed of angel-hair pasta infused with a garlic-basil tomato sauce and a splash of white wine ($21.95), or teach the young ones the true meaning of antipasto with a piled-high salad of salami, capicola, ham, mortadella, provolone, red onions, black olives, tomatoes, pepperoncini, kitchen sinks, roasted peppers, and mixed greens ($9.95).

27782 Vista Del Lago
Mission Viejo,
CA
US

The enticing aromas of baked breads waft out from the open kitchen, spilling into the cheerful dining room speckled with red-checkered tabletops. Here, cooks have been doling out signature Chicago-style pan pizzas for more than 20 years, as well as a selection of thin-crust pies, gluten-free offerings, and hearty Italian sandwiches. They adorn handmade dough with fresh toppings and pure mozzarella cheese or layer toasted italian rolls with succulent slices of slow-cooked beef.

Outside the restaurant, a wooden awning stretches out over a front patio, where diners can enjoy the fresh air, barring rain or Mother Nature's decision to get rid of her day-old air first.

21771 Lake Forest Dr
Lake Forest,
CA
US