Italian Restaurants in Elizabethtown

$16 for $30 Worth of Italian Dinner for Two at Floga Bistro

Floga Bistro

East Marlborough

Paninis, pastas, veal, seafood, salads, homemade soups, and hearth-baked pizzas

$30 $17

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Three-Course Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at La Casa Pasta (Up to 47% Off)

La Casa Pasta


Italian-born chef infuses menu of pastas and entrees with culinary traditions from throughout Italy

$66 $35

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$22 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Piazza Presto

Piazza Presto

Ridge Plaza

Greek-tinged Italian restaurant serves such specialties as portobello-chicken sandwiches, lobster ravioli, and pizza with feta and tomatoes

$40 $22

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Pizza for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Roberto's Pizzeria Italiana (Up to 40% Off)

Roberto's Pizzeria Italiana

Mt. Washington

Pizza of the day rotates frequently, moving from classic cheese to more elaborate pies such as pesto or margherita

$10 $6

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Dine-In, Takeout or Delivery at Carini's Pizza, Subs & Pasta (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Carini's Pizza, Subs & Pasta


Specialty pizzas with housemade crust and sauce; hot and cold subs including cheesesteaks; pasta dishes

$20 $10

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One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $30 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Italiano Delite (Half Off)

Italiano Delite

Multiple Locations

Italian cuisine with Sicilian roots such as pasta and meatballs and penne alla vodka, as well as 30 specialty pizzas such as cheesesteak

$30 $15

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Italian and Sicilian Dinner for Dine-In or Carryout at Carmelo's Italian Restaurant (Up to 47% Off)

Carmelo's Italian Restaurant


Local organic ingredients and imports from Sicily combine into penne capricciosa, gourmet pizzas, and other authentic dishes

$30 $16

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Italian Cuisine at Avero Italiano (43% Off). Two Options Available.

Avero Italiano


Varied Italian dishes, such as wood-fired pizza from a copper-and-brick oven and handcrafted pasta made with ingredients from local farms

$40 $23

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$12 for $20 Worth of Coal-Oven Pizza, Wings, and Salads at Coal Fire

Coal Fire


Pizzas passionately crafted from homemade dough, handmade mozzarella, fresh produce, and original sauces cook in 900-degree coal-fire ovens

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, Subs, and Burgers at Hilltop Carryout

Hilltop Carryout

Glen Burnie

Carryout favorites such as meat-lovers’ pizza, meatball subs, buffalo wings, poutine, and gyros

$20 $12

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Pizza for Dine-In or Carryout at Jobstown Pizza (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Jobstown Pizza & Grill


Italian-inspired dishes from an expansive menu including gnocchi bolognese or lighter fare, such as Caesar wraps and grilled chicken salads

$30 $15

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Southern Italian Dinner for Two or Four at La Campagnola Ristorante (Up to 45% Off)

La Campagnola Ristorante

Upper Gwynedd

Eatery creates Italian food such as fried mussels, meat lasagna, veal with mushrooms in a marsala sauce, and fettuccine alfredo with shrimp

$52.97 $30

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253 W Chocolate Ave

Inside the ovens at Crazy Tomato, pizza crusts bubble up around an adventurous selection of toppings, including chopped steak, fries, roast beef, and feta cheese. Cheese-stuffed stromboli issue jets of steam across the pies and toasting sandwiches, which cooks scoop up to pack with dine-in, takeout, and delivery orders. Against the applause-like sound of crackling oil, fryers spill forth 1-pound servings of fries made exclusively from freshly cut potatoes shaped like Renaissance-era kings.

1270 E Philadelphia St

Eddie and Enrico, proprietors of Ciao Pizzeria, invite customers to sink their teeth into their Italian-inspired food. New york?style pizzas can be ordered by the slice and topped with standard pepperoni and mushrooms. Pies also feature unique toppings such as taco seasoning and salsa, or buffalo chicken and blue cheese. Customers can sate themselves with hot and cold subs, as well as housemade Italian entrees such as fettuccine alfredo and eggplant parmesan.

1150 Lowther Rd
Camp Hill,

The friendly crew at The Wild Tomato Pizzeria slings flavorful pizzas, sandwiches, and salads made with natural ingredients, including vegetables grown in-house and whole-wheat dough. Cheesy disks come in specialty neopolitan and Chicago deep-dish form, from the Roma, with provolone, romano, and oregano ($8–$13.50), to the fungal disco favorite, Mushroom-O-Rama ($10–$16.50). Discover wonders of the oven in the fryer-free kitchen with crispy baked chicken wings ($8 for 12) or provolone- and marinara-topped baked meatballs ($5), before sampling sandwiches such as the vegetable, mozzarella, homemade pesto, and carnivore-pranking Veggie Weggie (half, $5.50; whole, $7.50). Wheat-allergy allies reside in the marinated chicken over gluten-free penne ($10), and the gluten-free crusted Spicy Amber pizza, covered in italian sausage and—like the Mona Lisa—painted with spicy red-pepper oil ($13).

4315 Jonestown Rd

Carley's Ristorante and Piano Bar quells burning appetites for elegant flavors and family-style eating with an expansive dinner menu of shareables. Anchor incisors into The Meatball, a 12-ounce specialty studded with provolone cheese and three saucy dipping pools ($9.50), or prepare taste buds for scrumptious entrees with a variety of leafy delights, including the tuscan tossed salad with candied walnuts, goat cheese, and dried figs ($8.50+). Grain-grinding molars can chomp on mascarpone lasagna bolognese, built like an earthquake-ready skyscraper with secure layers of mozzarella, ricotta, and provolone cheeses ($13.50+). While soothing tongues with hugs of sophisticated flavors, enjoy live piano performances, including new-artist spotlights, open-mic nights, and group sing-along sessions of classic Beethoven sonatas.

204 Locust Street

A restaurant started with thecustomer in mind. Great food at an affordable price so that everyone can come in and enjoy a meal. We make the majority of our items from scratch so that you can have the best experience from our cuisine. From soups and salads to breads and desserts. Krust the way you like it.

4141 Linglestown Rd