Italian Restaurants in Gloversville

$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Two or More at Petta's Italian Restaurant

Petta's Italian Restaurant

Schenectady

Chefs make everything from the bread and soups to the lasagna and meatballs in-house and age their steaks and pound their own veal cutlets

$30 $15

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Pizzeria Food and Drinks at Brickhouse Pizza & Grille (Up to 48% Off). Four Options Available.

Brickhouse Pizza & Grille

Clifton Park

Wood-fired pizza and housemade pasta are served at an eatery with trivia and live music on select nights

$25 $13

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Pizza Meal for Two or Four with Salads and Drinks at Ferretti's Restaurant (51% Off)

Ferretti's Restaurant

Clifton Park

Pies emerge from the oven topped with bubbling mozzarella and toppings such as sausage and peppers

$22.25 $11

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Food and Drink for Two or Four or $200 Towards Catering at Papa's Corner (Up to 58% Off)

Papa's Corner

Watervliet

Classic Italian dishes such as pizzas, baked pastas, and entrees like chicken parmesan and veal marsala

$50 $25

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four on Sunday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday at Valente’s Restaurant (58% Off) 

Valente's Restaurant

Watervliet

Generations-old recipes mix with new creations for dishes such as mac ’n’ cheese with pork or seafood, char-grilled steaks, and veal

$40 $21

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$15 for Two Italian Entrees and Two Fountain Drinks at Bellini's Counter ($24 Value)

Bellini's Counter

Bellini's Counter

Build your own pasta dish, wrap, or salad, or choose one of the specialties, including pasta with meatballs and sausage in a vodka sauce

$24 $15

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$22 for $40 Worth of Italian Meals and Grocery Items at U Mundu E Ca

U Mundu E Ca

Albany

Italian food such as linguine with clams, grilled chicken, and sub sandwiches; fresh produce and specialty imported items in grocery section

$20 $11

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One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $30 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Mulino’s Restaurant (Up to 60% Off)

Mulino's Restaurant

Northampton

Hearty portions of pasta, meat, and seafood served on the second story of the Bay State Hotel

$30 $15

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The newly renovated Randy Loren's Dolce Vita Ristorante infuses classic Italian dishes with a love of music that permeates the classic atmosphere. As diners enjoy plates of lightly breaded veal and parmesan-encrusted tilapia, on Fridays and Saturdays performers take to the dining room’s elevated stage to coax melodies from a white grand piano sitting under a disco ball and colorful lights. In addition, trimming decorated like piano keys accentuates the wooden bar, whose array of liquor and wine bottles would produce its own grand symphony if it were ever hit with a bunch of tiny pebbles.

2035 State St
Schenectady,
NY
US

Home Style Caterers whip up hearty Italian breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes for parties across upstate New York. An array of platters offers something appealing to all manner of partygoers, offering dishes that range from swedish meatballs to antipasto and kebabs. Pasta dishes are served alongside chicken available in 15 varieties, including marsala, parmigiana, and cordon bleu. Services range from prepping the food for pickup, dropping off comestibles at a party, offering a limited buffet, or treating guests to white-glove butlered service and hand-feeding them each piece of food.

1720 Union Street
Schenectady,
NY
US

Felix Petta and his wife Caroline opened Petta's Kitchen in 1951. Today, the Petta grandchildren oversee the restaurant, which now goes by Petta's Italian Restaurant. Despite the name change, Petta's continues to specialize in homemade Italian cuisine. The bread, soups, desserts, blue-cheese dressing, meatballs, and lasagna, among other items, are all made in-house. On top of that, the chefs age their own steaks and pound their own veal cutlets into pieces that are thin enough to fit in the food copier.

134 Duane Ave.
Schenectady,
NY
US

Located in the heart of Little Italy, Cornell's Restaurant serves authentic Italian dishes in a tradition started more than 60 years ago. Within the kitchen, chef Armondo captains a crew of cooks as they work cuts of veal, seafood, and steak into savory pastas and specialties. Plates join with glasses of fine Italian and California wine in the elegant dining halls, where chandeliers illuminate linen tablecloths and colorful framed artwork. Large round tables and chairs populate the private banquet room, making it an ideal place to host special events or build a leaning tower of tables and chairs.

39 N Jay St
Schenectady,
NY
US

Peppino's Pizza subdues cravings by gently lulling them to slumber with a comforting selection of freshly crafted subs, pastas, and city-style pizzas. Sink chompers into a standard tomato pie ($9.95), or experience island vibes with the Mediterranean pizza, which fashions a doughy foundation with eggplant, olives, and garlic ($14.95). Like awkward elementary-school dances, ingredients mingle shyly under the supervision of culinary chaperones who encourage tomato, oregano, feta, and olives to get close—but not too close—inside a serving of Greek spaghetti ($10.95). Sub rolls are made fresh daily and house a multitude of hot and cold tenants, including meatballs ($6.95) and roasted veggies ($6.95). Treat mouths to a 100% Angus-beef burger, such as the pepper-, mushroom-, and bacon-stacked Monster Burger Deluxe ($8.95), or order one pound of boneless Volcanic wings and warm up after carpooling in a coworker’s Zamboni ($7.95).

1690 Duanesburg Rd
Duanesburg,
NY
US

After scouring the United States in pursuit of its finest barbecue, Memphis Smoke House's chefs embraced Tennessee's tangy and sweet flavors as their culinary medium. The barbecue aficionados eschew charcoal in favor of oak, hickory-apple, and cherry hardwoods to slow smoke their briskets, chicken, turkey legs, and ribs each day. They rub meats in specialty spices before smoking them, then douse the tenderized morsels in house-made memphis bourbon barbecue sauce. The staff serves each platter with cornbread and authentic Southern-style sides of Cajun hand-cut fries, hush puppies, or mashed-potato molds of Robert E. Lee. In their dining room, cool air wafts through the wall's colorful signs, and classic music resounds across an outdoor seating area beneath a red-and-white tent. Memphis Smoke House can also cater get-togethers ranging in size from 15 people to large events of 300.

588 Lake Ave.
Saratoga Springs,
NY
US