Italian Restaurants in Elkhorn

Italian Food for Lunch or Dinner, or Prix-Fixe Meal for Two at Mezzo Bistro and Wine (Up to 52% Off)

Mezzo Bistro and Wine

Las Vegas

$30 $15


Fresh fish enhances a menu of hand-rolled meatballs, calamari cut to order, housemade sauces, and wine

Pizza, Fountain Drinks, and Sides for Two or Four at Papa John's (Up to 51% Off)

Papa John's

7300 North Aliante Parkway

$20.48 $11

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened California-grown tomatoes

Prix Fixe Meal for Two or Café Food and Wine for Lunch or Dinner at Grape Street Cafe (Up to 44% Off)

Grape Street Cafe


$30 $18


Crab-stuffed shrimp, mussels, linguine with clams, and Hawaiian ahi tuna served alongside 80+ wines in an eatery modeled after a wine cellar

One Large Pizza with Two Glasses of Beer or Wine, or Two Pasta Dishes at East Side Pizza (Up to 50% Off)

East Side Pizza

Las Vegas

$28.04 $14

New York–style hand-tossed pizzas served with beer or wine; gourmet pastas served with garlic bread and salad

$16.99 for $30 Worth of Italian Food for Two or More at Pasta Mia West

Pasta Mia West

Las Vegas

$30 $16.99

Northern Italian classics like chicken vesuvio and lasagna bolognese in a restaurant tucked quietly away from the Strip

$44 for $80 Worth of Italian Cuisine or Four-Course Italian Dinner at Nove Italiano

Nove Italiano

Palms Casino Resort

$80 $44


Four-course Italian dinner includes glasses of sparkling wine; salad and pasta served family-style; chicken, salmon, or steak; and dessert

Italian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at Dal Toro Ristorante (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

Dal Toro Ristorante

The Strip

$60 $35


Classic Italian dishes with contemporary twists served inside a chic restaurant connected to an exotic car showroom

$8 for $14 Worth of Pizza — Grinder Pizza Lounge

Grinders Pizza Lounge

Las Vegas

$14 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Prix Fixe Dinner for Two or $10 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Bonanno’s New York Restaurant (Up to 53% Off)

Bonanno’s New York Restaurant

Las Vegas

$20 $10


Restaurant brings the flavors of Italy and east-coast Italian to the desert, with pasta from Italy, seafood, pizzas, and outdoor dining

$40 for $80 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Parties of Two at Bacio Italian Cuisine at the Tropicana

Bacio Italian Cuisine

The Strip

$80 $40


Pure, simple flavors shine in a menu of traditional Italian dishes served inside a trattoria-style setting at the Tropicana hotel

$21 for $35 Worth of Pizza — Tuscany Pizzeria

Tuscany Pizzeria

Las Vegas

$35 $21

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Build-Your-Own Pizzas, Take-Out, or Catering at Novecento Pizzeria 900 (Up to 49% Off)

Novecento Pizzeria 900

Novecento Pizzeria

$31.20 $16

Classic soft-dough Neapolitan pizzas cooked in a 900-degree oven for 90 seconds

Pizzeria Dinner Food at Palermo's Pizza (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Palermo's Pizza


$20 $11


Pizzeria serves homemade lasagna alongside pasta, calzones, and cheesy pizza

Pizza Dinners with Salad and Soda at Deli Pizza Cafe (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Deli Pizza Cafe


$35.30 $17.50

Cheesy 14-inch pizzas piled with toppings and complemented by an antipasto or tossed salad and soda

Pizza and Chicago-Style Food at Windy City Beefs N Pizza (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Windy City Beefs N Pizza

Silverado Ranch

$36.50 $18.99


It's impossible to miss all the Chicago shout-outs at this restaurant, whether admiring the memorabilia or eating authentic deep-dish pizza

$20 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine and Drinks at Gaetano's Ristorante

Gaetano's Ristorante


$40 $20

Authentic Northern Italian food such as fettuccine alfredo, gnocchi, and veal alongside generous list of wines and gluten-free options

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Streets of New York Pizza was started in 1976 by a family hailing from New Jersey. From the East Coast they trekked west with their secret family recipe, settling in Phoenix to serve their brand of culinary classics. Since opening the first store, the franchise has expanded to 30 locations throughout Arizona and Nevada, and has won numerous awards. At each location, diners can try the signature New York Combo pizza, which features a mix of flavors associated with the Big Apple, including sausage, pepperoni, meatballs, mushrooms, and onions. Guests can also customize their cheesy disk by creating their own pie, adorning it with their choice of 32 toppings, such as swiss cheese, zucchini, and genoa salami, or opting for a gluten-free crust. In addition to pizzas, Streets of New York offers customizable plates of pasta, traditional baked subs, and crisp salads, which can be topped with pizzas at the customer's request.

7570 Norman Rockwell Ln
Las Vegas,

Every morning, workers at Mark Rich's NY Pizza & Pasta open bright red and gold canopies above tables in their alfresco dining area. Inside or outside, the casual restaurant invites customers to linger over slices of pizza or a dish of gelato or spumoni. Chefs craft their pizzas New York–style: thin, well-dressed, and able to stop a moving taxi with a focused glare. In addition to pies topped with artichoke hearts, sausage, and jalapeños, the menu also includes Italian-style desserts, pastas, and gluten-free dishes.

7930 W Tropical Pkwy
Las Vegas,

The daughter of one of Boston's most legendary pizza chefs, North End Pizza owner Claudia Vaccari sates Western palates with a menu full of authentic East Coast pies, calzones, subs, and pastas. Every pie is tossed-to-order with Vaccari's father's special dough—forged in his Boston kitchen—before a spoonful of her mother's locally made secret sauce creates a matrimonial union of court-ordained freshness. Taste the tradition with a hand-tossed pizza ($9.25–$13.25) and a savory selection of 22 fresh pie toppers that include pepperoni, salami, eggplant, anchovy, and jalapeño ($0.50–$1.50 each). Unlike full metal aprons, pizzas can be folded, transforming them into calzones packed with a selection of meatballs, ham and cheese, veggies, and more ($12–$13). Miniature gourmands can prep their palates for a half order of spaghetti or rigatoni ($2.75) or a sundry sampler adorned with fries, mozzarella sticks, and mac 'n' cheese bites ($5.75).

6440 N Durango Dr
Las Vegas,

As Dion Katsoris learned how to craft gyros and souvlaki from his Grecian-born parents on the north side of Chicago, Michael Mortensen mastered Mamma Calasse’s homemade meatball on Taylor Street, the main drag of Little Italy in Bridgeport. Though the Chicago natives relocated to Las Vegas as strangers, they bonded faster than crayons left in the sun over a shared love of the Windy City, particularly its sports teams. The duo remains divided on which baseball team reigns supreme—the White Sox or the Cubs—but, to local eaters’ delight, they agree on treating Sin City to a menu of their childhood eats at Taste A Chi-Town Eatery. They pay homage to their Midwestern hometown with deep-dish pizzas and hearty Vienna beef hot dogs on pretzel buns; a page of pitas and souvlaki plates is dedicated solely to Dion’s Greek roots and the Mount Olympus officials that frequent the eatery for business lunches.

6050 Sky Pointe Dr
Las Vegas,

Pizzas at Novacento cook in 90 seconds or less. That's not a great deal of time, to be sure?especially compared to the centuries of tradition behind the practice. Translated from Italian, novacento means "900," which is the exact temperature of Novacento's imported Italian oven. Trained pizzaiolo use this scorching-hot structure to churn out pies at lighting-fast speeds, just the way they've been doing in Naples for hundreds of years. Before a pie slides in, though, it's up to you to select the dough, sauce, and toppings, which range from mushrooms and olives to house-made sausage. The resulting dough is perfectly cooked but soft and light, making it ideal to eat with a fork or use to patch up a hot-air balloon.

5705 Centennial Center BlvdSte 170
Las Vegas,

At Mezzo Bistro and Wine, chefs create nearly everything from scratch, from hand-rolled sausages and meatballs to decadent dressings and sauces that populate plates of Italian favorites. Flames set the goat-cheese- and sausage-topped Mezzo pizza and margherita pie ablaze inside the kitchen’s wood-fire oven, which the eatery imported from Naples in exchange for an Elvis impersonator. Each layer of eggplant parmesan appeases veggie-craving tummies, and orechiette calabrese entangles mushrooms, spinach, and spicy sausage in a housemade sauce. Freshly caught fish fills the frutti di mare with a hodgepodge of clams, mussels, hand-cut calamari, and shrimp, all simmering in a spicy sherry sauce with linguine.

4275 N Rancho Dr
Las Vegas,