Italian Restaurants in Forest Park

Pizza, Italian Food, and Drinks at Slice Downtown (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Slice Downtown

Downtown

New York–style slices dressed up with baked-potato toppings or chicken cordon bleu in a bar with floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed brick

$20 $11

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16-Inch Pizza or Lunch for Two at Urban Pie (Up to 39% Off)

Urban Pie

Kirkwood

Signature pies such as the Grease Monkey pizza, which comes bedecked with bacon, ground beef, pepperoni, and ham

$23.25 $15

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Pizza and American Food at Super 7 Pizza (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Super 7 Pizza Shoppe

Castleberry Hill

Quick meals such as all-beef hot dogs, pizza, wings, and italian sausage alongside grocery items for on-the-go eating

$10 $5

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Large Pizza with Appetizer and Drinks for Two at Spin: The Spinning Pie (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

SPIN: The Spinning Pie

Castleberry Hill

Specialty pies include barbecue chicken, meat lovers, and margherita; craft beers on draft

$44 $25

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Wine Tasting for One, Two, or Four or Mixology Class for One or Two at Villagio Italian Kitchen (Up to 59% Off)

Villagio Italian Kitchen

North Decatur

Sample three wines—one white, two red—during the wine tasting, or learn to mix six essential cocktails during a mixology class

$50 $24

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Two Calzones, Four Pizza Slices, or Two Large Specialty Pizzas at Johnny's Pizza (Up to 48% Off)

Johnny's Pizza

Fayetteville

New York–style pizzas, calzones, and catered meals bring groups together to share a meal

$22.38 $12

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$17 for $30 Worth of Continental and Italian Fare and Drinks at Sam and Rosco's (43% Off)

Sam and Rosco's

Douglasville

Continental & Italian classics such as shrimp fettuccine alfredo & new york strip steak served amid exposed brick & glittering chandeliers

$30 $17

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$30 Worth of Gourmet Pizza, Sides, and Drinks at Brixx Wood Fired Pizza. Two Options Available.

Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

Marietta

Wood-fired ovens cook specialty pizzas available in 22 different styles, from traditional Italian toppings to fun innovative Thai pizzas

$30 $16

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Italian Meal for Two or Four at Bella Italia (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Bella Italia

Roswell

Gnocchi in creamy gorgonzola sauce, fried lobster ravioli, veal scaloppine, and other Italian treats paired with house wine

$70 $38

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$13 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Brick House Pizza, Pasta & Deli. Must Reserve Table on Groupon.

Brick House Pizza, Pasta & Deli

Roswell

Chefs craft New York–style pizzas, hand-tossing each pie and using dough and sauce that they prepare fresh daily

$20 $13

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Calzone or Pizza Meal for Two, Two Large Pizzas, or Catered Pizza and Pasta at Johnny's Pizza (Up to 53% Off)

Johnny’s Pizza

Johns Creek

New York–style pizzas, calzones, and catered meals bring groups together to share a meal

$22.38 $10.99

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$18 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Take-Out Pizza at Lucky's NY Style Pizza ($30 Total Value)

Lucky's NY Style Pizza

Lucky's NY Style Pizza

Thin-crust pizzas made with whole milk mozzarella and fresh toppings such as salami, roasted red peppers, and artichoke hearts

$15 $9

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Two or Four Large Two-Topping Pizzas with Soda and Breadsticks at Riverside Pizza (Up to 58% Off)

Riverside Pizza

Dacula

Fresh dough with real cheese, homemade sauce, and your choice of two toppings such as pineapple, peppers, or sausage

$21 $10

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza for Carry Out or Two Pizzas and Salad at House of Pizza

House of Pizza

Gainesville

Specialty pizzas including The Treehouse—BBQ sauce, beef, bacon, and onions—and The Frat House—pepperoni, salami, beef, bacon, and onions

$20 $11

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 or $15 Worth of Pizza at Jimbo's Pizza and Buffet (Up to 50% Off)

Jimbo's Pizza and Buffet

Warner Robins

Buffet offers a spread of pizzas with a variety of toppings, as well as non-pizza items such as fried chicken, shrimp, and cinnamon rolls

$10 $5.50

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Breadsticks, and Salads for Carry-Out from Hungry Howie's Pizza

Hungry Howie's Pizza

Columbus

Customers can personalize their pizzas all the way down to the crust, with eight flavor options that include onion, ranch, and garlic herb

$20 $10

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Dine-In Pizza Dinner for Two or $15 for $20 Worth of Pizza for Carry-Out from Pizza Schmizza Pub & Grub

Pizza Schmizza Pub & Grub

Auburn

Chefs combine ingredients, such as ground beef, canadian bacon, cilantro, and chopped tomatoes in the Uncle Buck pizza, for creative pies

$22.99 $13

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1139 Southlake Mall
Morrow,
GA
US

Thanks to its diverse dishes and sundry dining settings, The Porch at Collier wears many hats. There's its traditional dining room, where romantic couples luxuriate in the dinner menu's delicate pastas and house-smoked chicken amid plum-colored drapes and flower-topped tables. There's the lounge, which surrounds friends with wicker lamps and leafy plants as they revel in televised sports and sip one of 12 draft beers, and the café, whose neon-lined walls peppered with framed photographs create a classy atmosphere in which to savor the late-night menu. Finally, there's the eatery's namesake—an expansive rooftop porch—lined with wooden tables—that lets diners enjoy gourmet lunchtime fare or attempt to topple Icarus' record for getting close to the sun. Each of the restaurant's contemporary American creations is crafted with local, sustainable ingredients and a minimal dependence on artificial preservatives, ensuring that dining experiences are both decadent and eco-friendly.

1201 Collier Rd NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

Dave Pazienza first donned a toque in the kitchen of his father's restaurant where he learned family recipes from his fellow Italian chefs. He emerged from that experience eager to share those culinary traditions with as many people as possible, which he does from behind the counter at Artuzzi's Italian Kitchen. Tables gaze directly into the open kitchen, allowing guests to watch as cooks reduce steaming pots of wine, cream, and spices or whittle each individual strand of pasta. Extra-virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, and eight signature sauces invigorate the platefuls of freshly cut linguini or imported, whole-wheat penne.

From the pizza oven, scents hint at more than 20 toppings including granny smith apples, gorgonzola cheese, capers, and herb-roasted chicken. The dining room's pastel yellow and orange walls mirror the warmth of the oven beneath vintage-inspired paintings of pasta and wicker-wrapped chianti bottles.

2149 Briarcliff Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Crescent Avenue in Atlanta’s Midtown is a great little row of restaurants and bars, with a full range of options from Irish pubs to upscale seafood. On the most casual end of the scale is a Florida beach-themed spot called Flip Flops. There is a pizza kitchen offering pies or pretzels, but it’s best to show up at Flip Flops later in the evening for drinks with friends instead. If Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville (the song or the restaurant) puts a smile on your face, then you will feel right at home at Flip Flops, with its tiki island décor and patio seating. There’s ample space to meet up with friends for a drink before heading to one of the destination restaurants on Crescent Avenue, but beware: Flip Flops does have a serious frat party reunion vibe. Just go with the flow and you should have a great time.

1140 Crescent Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Cameli’s fresh menu comprises elemental Italian fare that appeals to taste buds of all cultural stripes. Start with a shareable dish such as the portabella-enhanced fried ravioli ($5.95), which provides the carb-culled energy required of barehanded fire-hydrant-dismantling contests. The Greek salad ($6.25) offers satisfying flavors to hungry herbivores, and the eatery's infamous monster slice ($3.25 plus $0.85/topping) lets meat eaters, vegetarians, and lachanophobic folk alike customize the toppings on their thin-crusted isosceles triangle. Specialty pies such as the spinach- and feta-laden pax Americana ($7.95 for 10”/$18 for 16”) and the broccoli- and roasted-potatoes-dotted Joey Woolum ($7.95 for 10”/$19 for 16”) make generic, frozen, no-topping grocery-store pizzas take up self-help books, religious pamphlets, and ice-crystal therapy.

699 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Ray’s New York Pizza offers a menu filled with delicious New York–style pizzas, pastas, salads, sandwiches, and more, all made from fresh ingredients. Start out by throwing on your best bomb-squad costume and carefully approaching an explosive plate of chicken bursts ($6.75) served with ranch, garlic, or hot sauce, and top it off with a warm bowl of chili ($2.99). Alternately, use bits of candy corn you saved from last Halloween to lure a chicken, gyro, or veggie-filled pita wrap ($7.50) into your mouth trap. Pizzas can be procured in classically foldable slices ($2.75–$4.25) or in 14-inch ($14.15–$18.70), 16-inch ($16.50–$21.25), or 18-inch ($17.75–$22.75) sizes. Meat lovers will appreciate Ray’s meat pizza, which features pepperoni, sausage, ham, and meatballs, while the gourmet veggie pizza will delight herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a conglomeration of eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, and other legumes.

6309 Roswell Rd
Atlanta,
GA
US