Pizza in Lauderhill

Italian Food for Dine-In or Take-out at Giovanni’s Coal Fire Pizza (Up to 43% Off)

Giovanni’s Coal Fire Pizza

Sawgrass Gateway Center

$30 $17

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Handcrafted Italian specialties include heaping helpings of pasta and thin pizzas baked in coal-fire oven

$12 for $24 Worth of Food and Drink at Grande Pizza Co.

Grande Pizza Co.

Fort Lauderdale

$24 $12

Oven-baked lasagna, Philly turkey and sausage subs, chicken wings, and pizzas with toppings, including peppers, ricotta, and ham

$10 for $20 Worth of Casual Italian Food at Argenti Pizza

Argenti Pizza

Westwood Community - North

$20 $10

New York–style and deep-dish pizzas served at eatery with twice-weekly karaoke nights

$17 for Pizza or Pasta Meal for Two at Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant (Up to $29.90 Value)

Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Coral Springs

$29.90 $17

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Pastas such as linguine tossed in red or white clam sauce or gnocchi with meat sauce; gourmet and Sicilian–style pizzas

$12 for $24 Worth of Food and Drink at Grande Pizza Co.

Grande Pizza Co.

Emerald Hills

$24 $12

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Oven-baked lasagna, Philly turkey and sausage subs, chicken wings, and pizzas with toppings, including peppers, ricotta, and ham

$7 for $13 Worth of Pizza — Picasso Pizza

Picasso Pizza

Lakeside Villas Apartments

$13 $7

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

Pizzeria Food and Italian Cuisine for Two or More (45% Off). Three Options Available.

Capone's Pizzeria

Hollywood Hills

$20 $11

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Pizza made with family dough and sauce recipes at a pizzeria specializing in Italian classics such as baked lasagna and sunday gravy

Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant (47% Off)

Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant

Hollywood Hills

$46.85 $25

Italian classics including manicotti, veal marsala, eggplant rollatini, and pizzas topped with fresh peppers and meatballs

Two Groupons for $11 Worth of Italian-American Food or Pizza with Breadsticks at Trio's Deli & Pizzeria (50% Off)

Trio's Deli & Pizzeria

Parkland

$11 $5.50

Choose from fresh deli sandwiches and wraps or opt for bigger meal with two-topping pizza and breadsticks

Pizza and Salad for Two, or Two-Course Dinner for Two, Four, or Six at Carini's Pizza & Pasta (Up to 51% Off)

Carini's Pizza & Pasta

Hallandale Beach

$31.90 $16

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Freshly made salads precede housemade pasta dishes, specialty pizzas, and classic Italian dishes at casual local eatery

$12 for $24 Worth of Food and Drink at Grande Pizza Co. - Boca Raton

Grande Pizza Co. - Boca Raton

Boca Raton

$24 $12

Oven-baked lasagna, hot-turkey and sausage subs, chicken wings, and pizzas with toppings, including peppers, ham, and creamy spinach sauce

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Master's Italian Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Master's Italian Restaurant

City Center

$23 $12

Feast on Italian dishes such as thin crust pizzas slathered with garlic butter or angel hair pasta tossed with calamari and a pink sauce

Pizza and Italian Food for Dine-In, Carry-Out, or Delivery at Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante (Up to 45% Off)

Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante

West Avenue

$20 $11

Italian-American staples including meatball parm subs, stuffed shells, and New York–style pizza

Italian Lunch or Dinner for Two at Bella Napoli (Up to 50% Off)

Bella Napoli Pizzeria and Restaurant

Flamingo / Lummus

$20 $10

Chefs hand-toss New York–style pizzas made using family recipes, pour pink sauce over vegetable lasagna, and pair seafood with pasta

Gourmet Pizza and Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at Spris Artisan Pizza (Up to 45% Off)

Spris Artisan Pizza

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

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Thin-crust pizzas topped with fresh ingredients, salads, paninis, and other Italian dishes made according to Old World traditions

Two Large Two-Topping or Gourmet Pizzas at Benny's Pizzeria (Up to 51% Off)

Benny's PIzzeria

West Palm Beach

$31 $16

Choose from a long list of available toppings, or opt for a gourmet pizza specially created by the chefs

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Hungry Howie’s grew into a nation-spanning franchise from a humble start in Taylor, Michigan in 1973, when founder Jim Hearn converted a hamburger stand into a pizzeria. With the help of business partner Steve Jackson––who started as a delivery man at the original location––the two men franchised a decade later and began expanding their delicious operation, eventually expanding to nearly 600 locations spread across 24 states in the 3rd dimension alone. Winner of Pizza Today magazine’s Chain of the Year award in 2004, Hungry Howie’s continues to earn the most attention for its specialty flavored crust pizzas––which infuse dough with a choice of eight seasonings such as ranch or garlic herb––as well as zesty pizza accompaniments such as oven-baked meatball and chicken parm subs.

1809 N Pine Island Rd
Plantation,
FL
US

Candied walnuts and baby arugula are usually salad ingredients. But at Legends Pizza and Wings, they are standard gourmet-pizza toppings. The eatery?s creative toppings also include Florida strawberries, smoked gouda, goat, and ricotta cheese, a balsamic reduction, and a sprinkling of rosemary.

The gourmet touches extend to the menu?s hand-crafted sandwiches, which feature panko-crusted chicken and breaded eggplant tucked between toasted ciabatta, and sauce-slathered wings, which plunge into housemade blue-cheese dressing. Meals pair with more than 50 craft beer options from such breweries as Stone and Dogfish Head.

220 South University Drive
Plantation,
FL
US

Pies baked in homemade sauce bake to a crisp, golden finish over hot embers inside ovens at Giovanni's Coal Fire Pizza. 15 homemade Italian dinners, authentic pastas, chicken dishes, sandwiches, and salads top tables inside both locations, which each sport exposed-brick walls and a bevy of flat-screen televisions.

165 NW 136th Ave
Plantation,
FL
US

?The standard question down here is, ?Don?t you ever get tired of doing this?? And we always say, ?It?s better than working?,? Captain Gary Bobrick says in a Sun Sentinel video. It's easy to believe that he enjoys his job because it usually involves piloting a sightseeing boat through Fort Lauderdale's river ways to point out celebrity mansions and massive luxury boats. In addition to views of prime real estate, his tours often afford glimpses of flitting manatees and iguanas lounging along the shores. On the vessel?s lower level, patrons can congregate in an air-conditioned dining room and replenish with tropical punch and ice cream. Along the way, Captain Bobrick or his tour guides impart anecdotes about cultural heavyweights, as well as the role waterways play in fueling the region?s legendary water-balloon fights.

300 SW 1st Ave, Ste 109
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

From its skyscraper façade to its menu of New York–style pizzas, paninis named for famous landmarks, and Italian specialties to rival any Little Italy spot—Empire Pizza Café’s New York theme saturates every facet of the restaurant. Thin, crispy crust pizzas range from classic cheese to the creative, such as mashed-potato-bacon and chicken-marsala pies. Wine, bottled beers, and steamy cups of Lavazza cappuccino and espresso pair with upscale fare such as chicken and veal entrees, plates of pasta, and sautéed cummerbunds.:m]]

15 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Since 1983, the staff at Antonino's Pizzeria & Restaurant has been flipping dough for Floridian pizza lovers alongside a menu of Italian classics. Diners devour discs in delicious diameters from 10" (from $6.99) to 16" (from $12.50), while valiant gobblers who aren't scared of an angle can create Sicilian masterpieces on a 16" by 16" canvas (from $14.25). The house's gourmet pizzas aid decision-making among families where everyone is the patriarch by including classic topping assemblies, such as the margherita ($9.00–$14.75)—made with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and garlic traversing a doughy terrain—and the white pizza ($8.25–$14.75)—uniting ricotta and mozzarella in a public demonstration of cheesy solidarity. Favorite ingredients are enveloped in a nine-inch bread hug on subs, such as the eggplant parmagiana ($5.99) or veal Milanese ($7.20), and dinner entrees, such as sautéed chicken francese ($12.99) and baked eggplant ($12.25), slay hunger abetted by accomplices including spaghetti, soup or salad, garlic rolls, and dinner forks with a grudge against being used for other meals. Lunch, served Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m., includes many of the same pizzas and Italian classics make up the dinner menu. No matter what the meal or occasion, wine ($4.00–$4.99) and sangria ($2.75) give mouths a rouge tint perfect for making kiss prints on love notes or receipts to remember.

15964 Highway 84
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US