Italian Restaurants in Five Corners

Pizza for Dine-In or Takeout at Perfect Pizza Company (50% Off)

Perfect Pizza Company

Multiple Locations

Chefs hand toss homemade dough to create pizzas topped with beef, pepperoni, chicken, feta and more; beer and wine available for adults

$35 $17.50

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Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Giorgio’s Restaurant (Up to 56% Off)

Giorgio's Restaurant

Pearl

A chef's selection appetizer, soup, and salad gives way to entrees of fettuccine bolognese or chicken cacciatore

$80 $38

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Italian Cuisine at Touche Restaurant & Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Touche Restaurant & Bar

Pearl

Wood-fired pizzas, spaghetti tossed in a bolognese sauce, and locally raised rib eye; wines by the bottle and glass

$30 $18

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Italian Cuisine at DeNicola's Italian Restaurant (40% Off). Two Options Available.

DeNicola's

SouthEast Powell

Authentic Italian recipes act as blueprints for Neapolitan- and Little Italy–inspired dishes such as fettuccine alfredo and seafood linguine

$20 $12

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$6 for $10 Worth of Pizza — BG Pizza

Bg Pizza

Beaverton

Two slices of any pizza, two elephant ears, and two small soda drinks

$10 $6

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$14 for $30 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Cafe Allegro

Cafe Allegro

Tigard Neighborhood Area 6

Plates of authentic pastas, hearth-baked pizzas, and meat cutlets exude Italian flavors on candlelit tables at this 15-year-old bistro

$30 $14

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$17 for $30 Worth of Pizza at Pizza Pipeline in Eugene or Corvallis

Pizza Pipeline

Multiple Locations

Pizzas arrive topped with traditional, pesto, or Thai peanut sauces, or specialty topping such as BBQ chicken or stacks of classic meats

$30 $17

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Today’s Groupon answers the age-old question of whether or not pizza is square or 360 degrees. For $13, you get $30 worth of divine-crafted, artisan pizza and hand-selected brews at 360 Pizzeria, located in Vancouver, Washington. Paddle, propel, and cross the river for an experience no pizza lover can sanely ignore. Pizza Problems sold an unprecedented 300 copies in 1981, and was even briefly adapted into a Saturday morning animated series, although fans objected to Pepperoni’s portrayal as a softheaded comic foil. Activavision Studios recently announced plans for a 30th anniversary relaunch of the Pizza Problems franchise, a mature-rated gore fest featuring the sultry voice talents of David Hyde Pierce.

3425 SE 192nd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

Garlic Jim's menu was handcrafted with nothing more than a dream and an incredible reserve of pizza-making expertise. Open an order with some gourmet chicken wings, available in barbecue, garlic, and hot, before moving on to pizza territory. Put an end to eating Legos by piecing together a custom pie. Choose from the hand-thrown thick, garlic thin, or gluten-free crusts, slathered in one of seven sauces (from classic red to zesty chipotle pesto), and then slap on any of 15 standard and 11 gourmet toppings (14-inch large pizzas start at $11.99, extra-large $14.99; each additional topping for a large is $1.50). To achieve customization without the stress of having to choose, turn to one of the pre-determined specialties. Meat-maul hunger with the Hercules (salami, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, beef, spicy Italian sausage, and bacon; $18.99 for large, $21.99 for extra-large), or discover the secret of pizza-temperature fusion in your head with Jim's bacon-cheeseburger pizza (beef, bacon, red onions, tomatoes, mozzarella, and cheddar; $18.99 for large, $21.99 for extra-large).

13317 NE 12th Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

At Uptown Pasta, owner Tony Manuel shares his love of homestyle cooking with a menu that showcases rich, made-to-order pastas and traditional Italian entrees. Savory spheres of gnocchi à la bolognese simmer in a meaty sauce flavored with wine ($14), and meatballs or sausage pair with al dente tendrils of fresh spaghetti ($13¬–$14) to lasso traditional appetites or keep forks from flying away. Piping-hot ovens produce herb-rich delights such as the baked manicotti ($13) or meatless ziti baked Sicilian style with eggplant and cheese ($13), and seven specialty entrees sate heartier cravings for spicy shrimp fra diavolo ($13) or chicken pesto with olive oil, cherry tomatoes, and linguine ($13). At the customer's request, chefs will readily swap traditional noodles for gluten-free pastas or add extra ingredients for $2.

2108 Main St
Vancouver,
WA
US

Bellagios Pizza, locally owned and operated since 1996, brews ripe batches of tomato sauce and tosses fresh disks of dough daily at their Wilsonville location, while crews at each restaurant sprinkle pies with delicious toppings to create a menu loaded with pizzas, grinders, and calzones. Heaps of spinach, artichokes, and juicy tomatoes guide wandering bellies out of the desert with the Oasis pizza ($10–$19.99), while the Butcher Block throws a crust-top party of salami, pepperoni, canadian bacon, and italian sausage ($10–$19.99), coming together in hearty harmony like a chorus of lumberjacks. Diners interested in a wider variety of toppings or in teaching children about medieval class structure can opt for a pie cleanly divided down the middle, such as a half-cheese, half-pepperoni pizza ($8–$17.99). Slathered with pizza sauce and adorned with meaty toppings, the Bellagio grinder ($5.99) competes with a host of calzones ($10.99) for the silver medal to the pizza menu's gold.

322 SE 192nd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

Pizza Schmizza Salmon Creek offers its signature pizzas by the slice or as whole pies. Mexican-style roasted chicken and pasta tops the Yucateco Garlic Noodle pizza, and the Foo Foo's marinated artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta are ideal for bopping dining companions on the head. The menu also includes steak-strip alfredo, the "Caesar Schmaesar" salad, and other hearty entrees, as well as drinks from a fully stocked beer cooler and 12 microbrews on tap, such as Ninkasi Brewery varieties. Kids' drinks include 84 old-school favorites such as Pop Shoppe sodas, Bubble Up, and Virgil's root beer. In between bites, diners can turn their attention to televisions broadcasting the NFL Sunday lineup and other popular programs, such as the emergency broadcast test.

910 NE Tenney Rd, Ste B119
Vancouver,
WA
US

More than 50 years go, Mike Ilitch was poised for major-league glory. An up-and-coming shortstop for the Detroit Tigers, his baseball finesse was blossoming when an injury derailed his sports career. But although the wound stunted his athletic aspirations, it steered him toward a new path, and on May 8, 1959, he and his wife opened the first Little Caesars location, a then-unheard-of carry-out-only joint. The career shift and novel technique eventually proved triumphant. Today, the pizzeria's iconic, toga-clad mascot adorns storefronts on five continents. In each shop, staffers forge the signature Hot-N-Ready pizza, a freshly baked pizza designed for instant pickup, and warm, garlicky Crazy bread. With a storied half century under their belt, Mike Ilitch and his family strive to give back, supporting local organizations and creating their own charitable programs.

16 NW 13th Ave
Battle Ground,
WA
US