Italian Restaurants in Cardinal Valley

Pizza Meals with Wings and Soda at Snappy Tomato Pizza (Up to 54% Off)

Snappy Tomato Pizza

East Louisville

$23.67 $11


Enough pizza, wings, and soda for a family or a crowd; pizza toppings such as pepperoni, banana peppers, anchovies, and pineapple

Italian and American Comfort Food at Meatball Kitchen (50% Off)

Meatball Kitchen


$14 $7

Inventive menu starts with beef, turkey, spicy pork, or vegetarian meatballs, which can top pasta, salads, or decorate sandwiches

Italian Cuisine at Lunch for Two at Ferrari’s Little Italy and Bakery (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Ferrari's Little Italy and Bakery


$20 $11


Family-recipe Italian food, gelato, fresh-baked focaccia bread, and homemade pizzas served amid rustic exposed-brick walls and outdoor patio

Lunch or Dinner at Delicio Coal Fired Pizza (Up to 50% Off)

Delicio Coal Fired Pizza


$14 $8


Coal-fired specialty pies include the steak fajita pizza with chipotle-infused olive oil and garlic-roasted peppers on a homemade crust

$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Subs, and Drinks for Dine-In Service at Mio’s Pizzeria

Mio's Pizzeria


$20 $10


Original-crust pizza topped with wholesome cheese and tangy tomato sauce, along with hoagies, calzones, and stuffed pizza

Upscale Italian Food for Dinner at Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant (44% Off). Two Options Available.

Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant

Central Business District

$50 $29


Upscale Italian food at award-winning restaurant with James Beard–recognized chef

$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Fairfield Pizza & Pasta Company

Fairfield Pizza & Pasta Company


$20 $11

Baked ziti and ravioli accompany signature pizzas such as the Deluxe, with pepperoni, bacon, sausage, and mushrooms

$12 for $20 Worth of Hand-Tossed Pizzas, Sandwiches, and Salads at The Red Star Pizza Company

The Red Star Pizza Company


$20 $12


Hand-tossed specialty pizzas highlight a menu of hot sandwiches, salads, appetizers, and more

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Though their italian sausage and pepperoni carry robust, traditional flavors, the chefs at Mancinos Pizza & Grinders aren't afraid to get creative. On their zesty-ranch pizza, for example, they sprinkle bacon over a ranch base, and on their chicken-alfredo pizza they spread mozzarella and chicken atop creamy dollops of the familiar pasta sauce. Diners who seek three-dimensional meals but don't want to wrap their pizzas around soccer balls can bite into their choice of more than 20 types of grinders—subs filled with such treasures as barbecue pork, tuna, and salami. The family-owned business has honed its roster of italian sandwiches and pizzas throughout its 15-year history, preceding its dishes with hot wings and gooey bacon cheese fries.

1590 Leestown Rd

Casanova Italian Restaurant's owner Leo Capezzuto is one of eleven siblings, so it's no surprise that he has made Casanova a family affair. Leo is the proprietor, and the restaurant features cheeses made by hand by his brother and ingredients sourced from his sister's store, Sapori D'Italia. All of these factors culminate in a menu of authentic Southern-Italian cuisine that showcases more than fifteen different types of pasta, such as the scialiatielli con gamberi?artisan handmade egg pasta tossed with shrimp that chefs saut? with garlic, olive oil, and fresh cherry tomatoes. To prepare the filetto al pepe verde, they simmer a dry-aged Angus filet mignon in butter, and then top the delicacy with green peppercorns and cream brandy sauce. The menu also sources seafood from renowned fish regions, culling cuts of Atlantic salmon, Pacific swordfish, and Pacific cod. Like a DJ's closet, the wine list features more than 35 labels, collecting red, whites, and sparkling wines under the same roof.

855 S Broadway

Casanova's downfall deftly doles out upscale women's clothing brands and elegant accessories with a customer-focused staff of fashion experts. Overflowing racks hold wardrobe staples, from party-ready dresses to comfortable and casual blouses, by designers such as Joseph Ribkoff ($150–$250), with custom orders available for out-of-stock sizes and archaic Betamax cassette belts. LipSense lipstick ($18) shades puckerers with party pink, cranberry, and other vivid hues blessed with the kiss-ready staying power of a thousand Marilyn Monroes.

855 S Broadway

Cooks at Back Yard Burgers grill third-pound Black Angus beef patties and crown them with an array of toppings including american cheese, bacon, and sautéed mushrooms. In addition to the beef patties, the cooks also grill turkey burgers and chicken breast sandwiches.

397 Waller Ave.

The roster of calzones on Doughby's menu grows long, rattling off more than 45 varieties of the golden-brown, savory pastries. Sweet and savory crepes, available all day, come in more than 25 styles, lined with ingredients such as ham, pineapple, brown sugar, and mozzarella, or Nutella, strawberries, and bananas. Open early and late, diners can stop in for brunch and lunch, or stay as late as 4 a.m. to sate late-night cravings for hand-held grub.

561 S Broadway

Situated amid neon signs and flat-screen TVs, Goodfellas Pizzeria in Two Keys satisfies belly rumblings with its distinctive New York–style pizzas every day until 3 a.m. While chefs deck seven different specialty pies with myriad meat and veggie combinations, classic tavern trappings of wood paneling and exposed brick and a well-concealed dungeon buttress good conversation and midnight revelry. An outdoor deck offers breezy seating with plenty of space to celebrate Italian staples, such as calzones and cannoli.

333 S Limestone