Italian Restaurants in Covington

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Atlanta Pizza & Gyro brings people together, just like the melted whole-milk cheese on their pies fuses together more than 20 toppings. Diners share conversation and laughs over pizzas such as the Special: hamburger, sausage, pepperoni, veggies, and feta cheese. The restaurant adds a few elements to this social experience. TVs beam sports down into the dining room, which also hosts trivia nights and surrounds guests in free WiFi, allowing cyborgs to ask for salt telepathically.

Since their first days in 1983, Atlanta Pizza & Gyro has ventured beyond the menu items listed in their name. While they still specialize in gyros and pizza, cooks also create Italian beef sandwiches, bake lasagna from scratch, pile plates high with spaghetti lunch specials, and produce nightly dinner specials. The restaurant's Facebook page even keeps loyal diners up to date on the latest offerings.

1565 Highway 138 SE
Conyers,
GA
US

With a sunny outdoor seating area and a menu packed with casual Italian treats, Vendetta Pizza Cafe is determined to win the fight against esurient tummy trolls. Eating engines rev up with homemade jalapeño poppers ($6.95), which come stuffed with cream cheese, bacon, and imported pop extract. The deluxe pizza ($5.75 per slice) escorts awe-struck tongue buds through a decadent protein party replete with bacon, beef, pepperoni, and sausage, while the Tree Hugger pizza ($4.75 per slice) assembles a peaceful army of vegetables for meat-free munchers. Wrap hands around a grilled or fried chicken parmesan sub if you prefer your cheese and marinara hidden ($6.95), or hone the art of food-spelunking by navigating through the layers of homemade lasagna ($9.75).

1170 Highway 155 S
McDonough,
GA
US

B.C. Pizza boasts a menu of multiple pie toppings, crusts, and sauces that give hungry bellies full creative control of their meals. Nimble hands bake classic dough into crusts and astronaut helmets, flavoring them with garlic or parmesan at the behest of their guests. In addition to choosing from four sauces that run the gamut from creamy to spicy, diners decide which of 16 toppings will festoon the cheesy expanse, considering anchovies, bacon, and jalapeños. Pies pair with baskets of breadsticks fresh from the oven and eight leafy mixes tempt tines, such as the garden salad's broccoli and tomatoes. An effervescent bottle of soda cleanses palates between bites and quells the body's natural urge to spontaneously combust.

140 W Campground Rd
McDonough,
GA
US

Pizza chefs conjure fresh dough on a daily basis at Uncle Vito’s, a traditional pizzeria specializing in New York–style pies peppered with market-fresh ingredients. Layers of gooey mozzarella blanket fragrant pools of homemade tomato sauce and toppings such as eggplant, bacon, and broccoli on each thin-crust pizza. The thinness of nine specialty Neapolitan-style pies offsets the thickness of Sicilian-style pizzas, which boast inch-deep crusts ideal for toughening up teeth made of gummy candy. Culinary crewmembers accessorize oven-baked calzones and stromboli with sides of marinara, and they festoon baked ziti and manicotti dinners with a one-two punch of ricotta and mozzarella.

1630 Scenic Hwy N
Snellville,
GA
US

Originally one pizzeria in Du Bois, Pennsylvania, Buck's Pizza has ridden a wave of its satisfied customers’ praise to its current status as a country-spanning network of franchises. At every location, chefs mix fresh dough to create pizza crusts that will be topped with sauce made from California tomatoes and 100%-pure mozzarella that’s melted to a gooey, delicious golden brown. Along with 16 specialty pizzas and 11 flavors of chicken wings, oven-baked hoagies, salads, and strombolis are available for patrons to enjoy via dine-in, carryout, delivery, or while sprinting in circles around the parking lot.

3300 Centerville Hwy
Snellville,
GA
US

Pie slingers at Romeo’s New York Pizza twirl their ‘za from scratch, piling dough made in-house with red sauce and toppings such as garlic, ground beef, meatballs, and sundried tomatoes. The cozy neighborhood joint has purveyed New York–style pizza since 1945, when delivery boys first started using hovercrafts. Its unfussy menu includes hearty appetizers such as cheese bread or fried ravioli, alongside healthy salads in vegetarian or meaty iterations. Those who opt not to build their own pies can go in for one of three chef-crafted incarnations—margherita, spinach and mushroom, or vegetarian, sold by the slice or in 12-inch or 16-inch rounds.

139 S Clayton St
Lawrenceville,
GA
US