Italian Restaurants in Bethel

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At Countryside Pizza & Grill, chefs start each day making two ingredients from scratch: pizza dough and sauce. At the first call, the pizza professors begin to roll the prepped dough with garlic butter, adding layers of sauce, mozzarella, and toppings—including pesto sauce, bacon, and jalapeños—to ensure a savory pie that is as piping hot as it is packed with freshness. But, as the name suggests, there's more to the eatery than food shaped like a 1491 model of earth. The chefs also make calzones, burgers, and steak and seafood entrees such as top sirloin or wild Pacific salmon.

645 River Rd
Eugene,
OR
US

The cooks at Spice & Ice temper their dishes' fiery Asian flavors with creamy gelato, made fresh every day from imported Italian ingredients. Owner Reba Worotikan draws from her time living in southeast Asia to inform her eatery's menu, which focuses on healthy preparations of Southeast-Asian favorites. Morsels of sweet 'n' sour pork or stir-fried vegetables sizzle in woks, and the grill sears chicken-satay skewers and steak served with a choice of sides, such as chili-ginger slaw. For the menu's many gluten-free options, chefs accommodate patrons by using homemade, separately stored, gluten-free sauces.

3003 N Delta Hwy
Eugene,
OR
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Pizza Pipeline's menu overflows with original specialty pizzas, which include the meat-strewn Taste of Sicily and the savory Pesto Roasted Garlic Supreme. Diners can chew through traditional or gluten-free crusts and eat pies decked out with premium sauces such as Cajun Fire or Tomato Garlic. Alternatively, guests can bite into hefty subs or sides of chicken bites.

824 Charnelton St
Eugene,
OR
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At Cozmic, the culinary team kneads organic flour made from local Willamette Valley wheat into crusts that are brushed with buttery extra-virgin olive oil. Then, they pile on toppings and set the pies to bake on 700-degree stones. The list of toppings?many of which are also organic, such as the apples?breaks traditional pizza boundaries by including unique options such as kale, and vegetarian meats, which offer an alternative to the eatery?s local sausage, smoked pork, and pepperoni.

These Jersey-Eugene-style fusion pies are the brainchild of Kirk Giudici, also the founder of Rising Moon Organics. When Kirk decided to embark on a second organic foods endeavor by opening a pizzeria, he found himself drawn to a vintage 1945 building that was an Edsel car dealership back when man didn?t travel only by hovercraft. While renovating the 4,000-square-foot auto display room, the same environmental principles that led Kirk to organics undergirded his decorating approach of using only recycled and repurposed materials. As a result, diners sip their homemade fountain sodas and Oregonian microbrews while perched at a bar made from a shuffleboard and lit with dryer-drum light fixtures from Kirk?s Laundromat.

The restaurant space, massive enough to have once housed a fleet of automobiles, enabled Kirk to create a stage dubbed The Edsel, which has attracted national acts such as Michelle Shocked, The Be Good Tanyas, and eight-time Grammy Award winner Marcia Ball. In addition to musical acts, the pizzeria?s calendar is full of events such as Science Pub, when tipplers learn about topics such as why it?s impossible to teleport your clothes along with your body.

199 W 8th Ave
Eugene,
OR
US

Question Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar chefs on how their pizzas acquire a rich, smoky flavor, and they'll point you toward the wood-fired oven that burns brightly near the restaurant's main entrance. Inside its superheated walls, pans of crusty crostini, lasagna, and thin-crust pizzas bake at high temperatures that seal in juices and bring out flavor. After checking on pizzas, chefs return to the kitchen, where they fold fresh herbs, premium meats, and fresh seafood into the pastas and regional Italian classics lauded by reporters from Ethos magazine.

Diners at Ambrosia await their meals amid the high ceilings, exposed-brick walls, and rustic accents of a multilevel dining room. Behind an antique wood bar, servers blend specialty cocktails and uncork bottles from the restaurant?s extensive Italian wine list, which was honored with a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. On the first Wednesday of the month, staffers host a wine event in their private tasting room, where guests intent on honing their wine skills can learn about different varietals or practice juggling water balloons filled with fine champagne.

174 E Broadway
Eugene,
OR
US

“Every sort of person populating these parts can be seen at the cozy Glenwood Restaurant,” the New York Times says, nodding to the eatery’s popular menu of hearty breakfasts, sandwiches, and other American food. The chili verde brunch burrito—lauded by Sports Illustrated as “worth getting out of bed early for”—greets the day along with fruit waffles and denver omelets, and lunchtime brings tomato-cheese soup and paninis. Tempeh stir-fries with peanut sauce and brown rice join pasta genovese and steak and mushrooms at dinnertime, complemented by glasses and microglasses of wine and microbrews.

2588 Willamette St
Eugene,
OR
US