Italian Restaurants in East Grand Rapids

$12 for $20 Worth of Pub Cuisine and Drinks at Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Grand Rapids

Specialty pizzas, paninis, and Mexican specialties pair with pints of craft beer amid the glimmer of HD screens in a newly renovated space

$20 $12

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$29.99 for a Large Pizza, Breadsticks, and Growler for Take-Out from Flo's Pizzeria Ristorante $49.47 Value)

Flo's Pizzeria Ristorante & Sports Bar

Belmont

Award-winning pizza crafted from thick, extra thin, or Chicago crusts come with 3 toppings & pair with Flo’s breadsticks & growler of beer

$49.47 $29.99

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$10 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Fazoli's

Fazoli's

Westwood

Eatery dishes out Italian cuisine such as baked ziti, penne with chicken, mushrooms, and broccoli in alfredo sauce, and pepperoni slices

$20 $10

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Pizza, Pasta, and Subs at Sajo’s Pizza- Richland (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Sajo's Pizza

Richland

Oven-toasted subs and pizzas with four types of crust and 15 toppings

$40 $22

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Italian Dinner for Two with Wine or Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner at Tony M’s (Up to 50% Off)

Tony M's

Delta

Housemade Italian dishes such as fettuccine, spaghetti, and manicotti slathered in the Migaldi family’s secret-recipe sauce

$20 $11

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Tacos, Pizza, and Subs at Pizano's ($30 Total Value)

Pizano's

Lansing-Eaton

Subs include meatball or chicken parmesan; tacos topped with bacon or Asian-style slaw; pizzas include the Zano bacon cheeseburger

$10 $5

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Gourmet Pizza at Georgio's Pizza (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Georgio's Pizza

Downtown East Lansing

50+ inventive toppings, such as barbecue chicken and tortellini, speckle thin-crust pizzas served whole or by the slice until 3 a.m.

$20 $12

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$9.25 for $14 Worth of Specialty Pizzas and Italian Food at Mancino's Pizza and Grinders

Mancino's Pizza and Grinders

Springfield

Specialty pies such as the bacon-cheeseburger pizza and seafood pizza with crab, shrimp, and garlic butter; meaty grinders and loaded salads

$14 $9.25

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Pizza and Sandwiches at Tony Sacco's Coal Oven Pizza (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Tony Sacco's Coal Oven Pizza

Granger

Pennsylvania coal–powered ovens bake Naples-inspired pizzas in as little as four minutes and roast chicken wings

$15 $8

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Pizza, Subs, and Wings at Jet's Pizza (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Jet's Pizza

Mishawaka

Signature square-shaped deep-dish pizzas pile meats and veggies high atop one of eight flavors of crust

$10 $5.50

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$12 for $20 or $22 for $40 Worth of Pizza, Appetizers, and Nonalcoholic Drinks at Bruno's Pizza

Bruno's Pizza

Multiple Locations

Family business since 1975; thin- and thick-crust pizzas with bubbly layers of cheese, and crowned with your favorite toppings

$20 $12

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Small Four-Topping Pizza and Two Beers or Large Five-Topping Pizza and Four Beers at Vics (Up to 52% Off)

Vics

Flint

Build-your-own pizzas and beers fill out the menu at this laid back tavern and eatery

$20.50 $10

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The Noto family, starting their culinary career by selling candy and hot dogs at its video arcade in 1979, have since evolved into a full-service Italian restaurant. Intent on recreating homey, rustic cuisine that could have come from a family kitchen, the chefs rely on a seasonally rotating selection of ingredients, which they both source from local farmers and import from Italy. In order to make meatballs, italian sausage, and mozzarella in-house, they rely on generations-old family recipes that were passed down, much like the family's formula for creating critically acclaimed Mad Libs.

Although the dining room surrounds guests with olive-hued walls, sturdy columns, and a collection of framed landscapes, the downstairs wine cellar tempts parties with a smattering of tables amid the space's intimately lit brick archways. This room also shelters the restaurant's 10,000-bottle-strong wine list, which includes more than 1,100 Italian wines and garnered yet another Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator in 2014.

6600 28th St. SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Although Davide and Daniele Uccello were just 19 and 24 years old respectively when they opened Flo's Pizzeria Ristorante & Sports Bar, they've exceeded others' expectations with the success of their restaurant. Born in Sicily, the brothers serve a mixture of Italian, American, and Italian-American dishes, some of which incorporate ingredients from Krupp Farms, Sunrise Bakery, and other local merchants. Diners can either order separate entrees, such as seven-cheese lasagna or 8-ounce sirloins, or enjoy the weekday lunch buffet featuring Flo's signature favorites, including sausage and peppers, chicken parmesan, and pizzas topped with fresh ingredients. Ice-cold glasses of beer also complement pies crafted with a variety of crust styles, including thick, think, or Chicago-style. Meals end with sweet treats such as Nutella pizza or an after drink, such as the Triple Treat Tiramisu?a decadent blend of espresso vodka, Rum Chata, marscarpone creme, and ice cream.

4494 Plainfield Ave NE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Urban Pizza's chefs slather dough with sauce, cheese, and toppings, but stop short of the oven. From here, customers take over, inserting the uncooked pies into a home oven or Mount Doom. Urban Pizza prides itself on the freshness of its take-and-bake pies, slathering each one in a traditional Italian sauce or a white sauce infused with garlic and ranch. Upon this foundation, they layer meats, veggies, and cheeses. They tread on gourmet territory with add-ons including artichoke hearts and spinach and appeal to lighter tastes with freshly tossed salads. The majority of desserts combine nuggets of candy and swirls of ice cream. Among more decadent options, Urban Pizza's chocolate-covered cheesecake wears a dense, dark coat of molten chocolate.

950 Wealthy Street Southeast
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

For more than 40 years, Vitale’s Pizza’s staff has baked hand-tossed specialty pizzas loaded with a subset of more than 20 toppings. The capicola-laden Italiano pizza presents a cuisine sample of Europe’s most Italian-speaking peninsula, whereas the taco pizza’s tomato-, olive-, and onion-loaded slices offer a Mexican-styled culinary experience within the eatery’s seven-table dining area. To complement the restaurant’s syllabus of specialty pies, the oven-baked roast-beef sub quells belly rumblings with mayo and fresh mozzarella, and a bowl of spaghetti with the house’s signature meat sauce acts as an inconspicuous treasure vault for a shoestring thief.

834 Leonard St NE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Michael Raymond, owner of Grand Rapids Pizza & Delivery, has had a long relationship with the food industry. He can relate to any driver of an armored vehicle who long fantasized of one day manufacturing the gold bricks inside—while selling corrugated pizza boxes in West Michigan, Raymond dreamed of opening his own pizzeria, which he did in 2004. After many requests to incorporate fresh, local ingredients into his pizzas, he and his crew are able to top housemade crusts with locally acquired vegetables and meats procured from local butchers. Those ingredients inform the flavor of 19 specialty pies and 20 specialty subs.

340 State St SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

With a sumptuous menu amalgamating burritos, spaghetti, and subs, Fratelli's Pizza’s affordable offerings keep mouths and wallets striding in silent, harmonious agreement. Weekday lunch hunters can pop in for Papa's Favorite Pizza, topped with chicken, roasted peppers, roasted garlic, red onions, and feta and mozzarella cheese ($16), or go green by nabbing a veggie lovers pizza ripe with mushrooms, red peppers, black and green olives, green peppers, and sliced tomatoes ($16). Beyond the circumferencial bounds of the prized pizza pie, diners can chow down on BBQ chicken subs ($5.95), BLT sandwiches ($5.50), and a variety of traditional pasta dinners. The kitchen keeps the flames flickering into the late hours on most nights, a convenience that allows local brew house inhabitants to enjoy finger-friendly fare when they need it most.

435 Bridge St NW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US