Italian Restaurants in Lebanon

Up to 39% Off at Track Town Pizza

University

$20 $13.25

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20+ specialty topping combos crown pizzas made with from-scratch dough and sauce; whole-wheat crust and gluten-free options available

Up to 46% Off American Food at Countryside Pizza & Grill

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Menu presents omelets and more for breakfast, burgers and sandwiches for lunch, and steak and seafood entrees for dinner

42% Off Italian Cuisine at Mazzi's

Southeast Eugene

$26 $15

(433)

Just-baked bread accompanies meals of housemade fettuccine, large calzones, and specialty pizzas in a romantic, villa-like dining room

Up to 52% Off Pizza Meals at Ye Olde Pizza Shoppe

Newberg

$35.50 $17

Appetizers and drinks pair with specialty pies such as the taco pizza with black beans and the mountie special with Canadian bacon

Up to 43% Off at Strada: Street Food of Italy

Tigard

$26.46 $15

(18)

Pasta, salad, or wraps called "piadinas" with ingredients such as Italian sausage, steak, and parmiagiano reggiano

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Cafe Allegro

Tigard

$30 $15

(237)

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

45% Off at DeNicola's Italian Restaurant

Creston - Kenilworth

$20 $11

(83)

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

Up to 33% Off Rovente Pizza Hawthorne & Beaverton

Richmond

$15 $10

Gourmet dough stretches to support whole-milk mozzarella, garlic cream sauce, cashews, or artichoke hearts sourced from local farmers

Up to 53% Off Prix Fixe Italian Dinner at Giorgio’s Restaurant

Pearl

$80 $40

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

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380 High St NE
Salem,
OR
US

A den of decadence, Church St. Pizza serves a combination of classic and unique New York–style pies along with gluten-free options. Sink your venomous canines into a potato-and-bacon pie slathered in olive oil and rosemary and dotted with home-cooked bacon ($21) or opt for the pesto-chicken pizza with mushrooms, artichoke hearts, and roasted red tomatoes ($22). Satisfy wing cravings with the buffalo chicken pizza layered in hot-sauce-cloaked chicken, water buffalo, crumbled blue cheese, and celery ($21). Stick to the classics with the slice shop's margherita pizza, decorated with crushed garlic, a smattering of tomatoes, excerpts from War and Peace, and fresh basil ($22).

324 Church St NE
Salem,
OR
US

The Grill at Silver Creek Lanes treats bowlers and spectators to hearty American feasts. As diners watch bowlers haul spheres down alleys lit by blacklight and 135" projection screens, they can keep hunger at bay with slices of pizza and chicken strips. The menu also includes cheeseburgers and jumbo hot dogs, complemented by sides such as sample platters, cheese sticks, onion rings, and curly fries.

500 W C St
Silverton,
OR
US

“We had reserved a window spot and watched the birds and boats on the lake until dark,” wrote a reporter for the Statesman Journal after a visit to Caruso’s Italian Café & Wine Bar. The view of Staas Lake, visible from almost every seat in the house, was instrumental in landing the eatery a spot on the newspaper’s Best of list in 2011 and 2012. With his wife Angie in charge of hospitality, chef Jerry Phipps brings years of culinary experience to bear on northern Italian cuisine. In addition to pastas such as linguine and prawns, Phipps sautés halibut in a sherry-wine reduction and pairs milk-fed veal with mushrooms and light marsala sauce.

Fairy lights encircle the ceiling of the dining room, adding to the soft luminescence playing off of the burnished gold walls. Visitors chat with glasses of wine and small plates in the wine room’s sumptuous armchairs and loveseats alongside stuffed trophy beanbags. Beneath a wide pergola outside, silverware clatters merrily against the murmur of a stone fountain.

5745 Inland Shores Way N
Keizer,
OR
US

Within the 153-room Holiday Inn, Amici envelops diners in salmon-hued walls as they feast on freshly cut pastas and overflowing paninis. Rob Sigmund of Wild Duck Catering mans the helm of the spacious dining room, where upholstered banquettes, dark woods, and modern lighting fixtures create an atmosphere of contemporary comfort. After excavating a savory strata of lasagna, patrons can search for a wine finale on the outdoor patio or for mermen in the hotel’s swimming pool.

919 Kruse Way
Springfield,
OR
US

At Cozmic, the culinary team kneads organic flour made from local Willamette Valley wheat into crusts that are brushed with buttery extra-virgin olive oil. Then, they pile on toppings and set the pies to bake on 700-degree stones. The list of toppings—many of which are also organic, such as the apples—breaks traditional pizza boundaries by including unique options such as kale, and vegetarian meats, which offer an alternative to the eatery’s local sausage, smoked pork, and pepperoni.

These Jersey-Eugene-style fusion pies are the brainchild of Kirk Giudici, also the founder of Rising Moon Organics. When Kirk decided to embark on a second organic foods endeavor by opening a pizzeria, he found himself drawn to a vintage 1945 building that was an Edsel car dealership back when man didn’t travel only by hovercraft. While renovating the 4,000-square-foot auto display room, the same environmental principles that led Kirk to organics undergirded his decorating approach of using only recycled and repurposed materials. As a result, diners sip their homemade fountain sodas and Oregonian microbrews while perched at a bar made from a shuffleboard and lit with dryer-drum light fixtures from Kirk’s Laundromat.

The restaurant space, massive enough to have once housed a fleet of automobiles, enabled Kirk to create a stage dubbed The Edsel, which has attracted national acts such as Michelle Shocked, The Be Good Tanyas, and eight-time Grammy Award winner Marcia Ball. In addition to musical acts, the pizzeria’s calendar is full of events such as Science Pub, when tipplers learn about topics such as why it’s impossible to teleport your clothes along with your body.

199 W 8th Ave
Eugene,
OR
US