Italian Restaurants in Delray Beach

Half Off at Rocky's Italian Bistro and Bar

Delray Beach

$30 $15

Eatery specializing in classic Italian pastas and veal, chicken, and seafood dishes also serves up live music on Fridays and Saturdays

Up to 45% Off Italian Cuisine at La Stella's

Boca Raton

$20 $11

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Chef Jamie Barlow embraces familiar Italian flavors by cooking with imported mozzarella, housemade sausage, and hand-selected produce

Up to 45% Off Italian Dinner at Talias Tuscan Table

Boca Raton

$20 $11

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Spaghetti pomodoro, Sicilian pizzas, hero sandwiches on ciabatta bread, chicken cacciatore & salmon picatta round out a classic Italian menu

50% Off New American Cuisine at Cafe 5150

Boca Center

$50 $25

Farm-fresh veggies go into entrees such as a garden flatbread with artichokes and garlic cream or tuna tartar tacos with whipped avocado

50% Off Italian-American Food at Trio's Deli & Pizzeria

Parkland

$11 $5.50

Choose from fresh deli sandwiches and wraps or opt for bigger meal with two-topping pizza and breadsticks

45% Off at Mozzarella Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

Pompano Beach

$20 $11

Made-from-scratch pizzas, pastas slathered in an array of sauces, and meaty sub sandwiches conquer hunger at a homey Italian eatery

Half Off Italian Food at Focaccia Bistro

Northeast Coconut Grove

$30 $15

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Artistic arrangements of housemade ravioli, clam-topped pastas, and pan-seared chicken or veal paired with a range of wines

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Mara Cucina Italiana

Wellington

$20 $10

Egg-battered veal francese, hot grinders, and pizzas layered with specialty ingredients

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Pesto Restaurant

West Palm Beach

$30 $15

During lunch and dinner, feast on Italian pasta dishes, crisp panini sandwiches, and flatbreads; mornings, breakfast starts at 6 a.m.

Up to 45% Off Italian Cuisine at Cafe Toscano

West Palm Beach

$20 $11

Housemade pasta with meatballs, chicken parmigiana, and imported Italian pastries

40% Off Lunch at Hullabaloo

West Palm Beach

$20 $12

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Diners dig into plates of fettuccini carbonara or fried green heirloom tomatoes while surrounded by black-and-white photos of rock stars

Half Off Meals for Two or Four at Amici Brick Oven Pizza

Village commons

$30 $15

Brick oven pizza, chicken milanese, and paninis served alongside craft beers from local breweries such as Due South and Funky Buddha

$10 for Casual Italian Food at Argenti Pizza

Westwood Community - North

$20 $10

New York–style and deep-dish pizzas served at eatery with twice-weekly karaoke nights

45% Off Italian Cuisine at Primavera

Oakland Park

$40 $22

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Head chef Giacomo celebrates his homeland with tantalizing spread of northern-Italian homemade pastas, fresh seafood and juicy meats

50% Off Italian Food at Cinque Terre Restaurant

University Village East

$40 $20

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Italian-born chef shares passion for his native cuisine through a menu featuring Mediterranean mussels, mahi-mahi, and succulent skirt steak

Up to 58% Off Italian and Latin Food at Mazelli's Italian Restaurant

Plantation

$60 $25

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Authentic Italian and Latin cuisine served in European-style eatery

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The airiness of pale exposed brick and blond wood contrast with the heartiness of the traditional Italian fare at Vic & Angelo’s, helping explain why Zagat rated the Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens locations highly for both food and décor. In the kitchen, chefs douse pastas with rich toppings such as crab meat and white-wine sauce or slow-cooked beef ragu. The coal oven blasts pizzas with 900 degrees of heat, and all-natural steaks arrive from Chicago after being dry-aged for 21 days. To accompany meals, diners can choose from a long list of mostly Italian wines, or venture onto an outdoor patio to fill glasses with complimentary moonbeams.

290 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Though SoLita Delray's lounge-like atmosphere hosts live music and DJs on the weekend, nightlife isn't even its main draw. In addition to a bustling lounge and courtyard, SoLita—or "south of Little Italy"— houses a hopping kitchen where chefs cook Italian meals using generations-old family recipes. Local and imported ingredients give zings of flavor to all dishes. Fresh pastas come draped in sauces from light, spicy tomato broth to rich mascarpone cream. For heartier fare, chefs grill rib-eye steaks, veal chops, and filet mignon or roast whole fish with lemon, olive oil, and jokes about diminutive fin size.

25 NE 2nd Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

As a pleasantly unpretentious pizza and pasta paradise, Rotelli entices regulars who stop by for lunch and dinner to gather with friends, raise a few glasses, and indulge in fine Italian meals. The menu taps its homeland heel with light starters, such as bruschetta italiana ($6.99) and crispy calamari ($9.99). It sends a swooping high-kick well north of Sicily with chicken parmigiana, layered in ricotta and mozzarella, served with pasta ($15.99), and hand-tossed Napoletana pizza, dressed in pepperoni, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and sausage ($10.99 for 10", $18.99 for 16").

501 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Scuola Vecchia, is traditional and casual place, where friend and family get togheter, and enjoy the taste of the true napoli pizza

522 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

At San Remo, which has been pleasing palates for more than a quarter-century, chefs artfully plate expertly seared and seasoned meats and gourmet pasta dishes. Begin culinary voyages with one of eight savory appetizers, including calamari and fresh mussels in red tomato-and-basil sauce, served with seasonal bread baked by a Pilgrim. Eggplant-parmesan entrees bake to bubbly perfection, and hunks of lobster meat burrow inside ravioli-shell homes with garlicky basil-marinara roofs and a cream-dollop patio. Meaty selections include tender veal, a grilled USDA Choice 8-ounce filet mignon topped with mushrooms and gorgonzola, and the catch of the day prepared one of five ways.

1880 N Congress Ave
Boynton Beach,
FL
US

In a space described by the owners as "rustic chic," Saporissimo’s chefs knead and roll out fresh pasta dough, shave pungent truffles, and prepare wild game to populate a menu that celebrates traditional Tuscan cuisine. Named a defender of Italian culinary excellence by the Italy-America chamber of commerce and praised in the Sun Sentinel for its “unobtrusive, yet attentive” service, Saporissimo seats its guests in chocolate-hued chairs next to white tablecloths in the dining room of what used to be a private house. From the muted yellow walls, sunlight streams through windows during the day to alight on plates of Italian cuisine that Miami's Italian consul general has recognized as authentic, including antipasti of duck-breast carpaccio or a truffled polenta with wild-boar ragu.

Strings of party lights along the ceiling create a warm, low-lit atmosphere at night, encouraging intimate conversations and clandestine swaps of microfiche between bites of pappardelle with wild-boar sausage or wild rabbit braised with wine, garlic, and peppers. Inset into an exposed-brick wall, a six-pane window augments the feeling of dining in a private Tuscan home.

366 E Palmetto Park Rd
Boca Raton,
FL
US