Italian Restaurants in Lexington Park

Half Off at Sapore D'Italia Italian Ristorante and Pizzeria

Sapore D'Italia Italian Ristorante and Pizzeria

Alexandria

$58 $29

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Cooks prepare classic Italian favorites, such as fettucine alfredo and mussels marina, alongside desserts such as tiramisu

45% Off Italian Food at Mazzio's

Mazzio's

Alexandria

$20 $11

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Baked pastas and toasted hoagies served alongside pizzas topped with everything from pepperoni and sausage to feta cheese and artichokes

52% Off Pizza and Breadsticks at Jumbo Pizza

Jumbo Pizza

U Street - Cardozo

$22.75 $11

Specialty pies topped with ingredients such as pesto, roasted red peppers, and gorgonzola cheese

Up to 60% Off Italian Dinner or Lunch at Ristorante i Ricchi

Ristorante i Ricchi

Dupont Circle

$169 $69

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An award-winning chef recreates Tuscan flavors from her family's Italian-style trattoria

Up to 43% Off Hand-Tossed New York Style Pizza at Flippin Pizza

Flippin Pizza

Annandale

$30 $17

Hand-tossed pizzas start with red sauce, pesto, or white cheese before they're topped with meatballs, basil, or other Italian specialties

Up to 41% Off Italian Cuisine at Argia's

Argia's Restaurant

Falls Church

$22 $13

Fresh mussels and fish arrive daily at kitchens where chefs make focaccia bread and pastas such as ravioli and gnocchi by hand

Half Off at Italian Cafe

Italian Cafe

Falls Church

$40 $20

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Chefs whip up pizzas, 12 oz. portions of Angus steak, and mussels over linguine

Up to 49% Off at PizzaPass

PizzaPass

Bethesda

$24 $14

Family-friendly restaurant with unlimited pizza, pasta, and salad bar, including classics and speciality pizzas

45% Off Italian Food at Assaggi Osteria

Assaggi Osteria

Mc Lean

$40 $22

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Italian chef Domenico Cornacchia creates authentic food in trattoria-style eatery with raves from Viva Tysons and Washingtonian

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Luna Blu’s walls showcase hand-painted murals of an idyllic Naples coastline, its cerulean hues echoing the dining room’s candles and blue glass accents. While the decor evokes the Italian landscape, the cuisine barrels straight into authenticity. Owner and executive chef Erin Dryden peppers the pasta dishes and stews with fresh seafood, just as cooks in Naples might fill their entrees with fish from the Tyrrhenian Sea. Additionally, sweet Italian sausage or artichoke hearts mingle with colorful cheese tortellini, and an ample wine list complements entrees.

36 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

After working in family-owned restaurants in Italy for years, the chefs behind DiMeo's Pizzeria decided to open their own eatery in the States. Inventive specialty pizzas like the Philly Supreme (topped with rib-eye chopped steak) pop out of ovens before heading to tables alongside plates of veal parmigiana and lasagna bolognese.

1901 West St
Annapolis,
MD
US

Inside the kitchen of Pines of Florence, chefs steam mussels, boil housemade pastas, and bake pans of ziti to a bubbling golden brown. Sub sandwiches packed with meatballs, eggplant parmigiana or italian cold cuts accompany crusty pizzas during weekend lunches, and dinner entrees such as shrimp parmigiana and spaghetti a la carbonara come topped with parmesan cheese. For dessert, sweet bites of fluffy tiramisu, cannolis, and rich cheesecake fill up bellies and the refrigerated snack compartment of most designer handbags.

1300 King St
Alexandria,
VA
US

A friendly staff serves up generously sized portions at this family-friendly Italian eatery. Children dine on kids'-menu selections as adults choose from a menu of classic pizzas, seafood, and pastas. Chefs' Southern Italian cooking can be enjoyed beneath the stucco archways of the casual dining area or amid well-kept shrubbery on the patio.

1310 Mount Vernon Ave
Alexandria,
VA
US

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6328 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria,
VA
US

Continuing the Italian tradition of pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice), Pizzeria Venti offers a handful of oven-baked pies teeming with trans-fat-free toppings (except for naturally occurring trans fats in dairy). Like a self-rising theater, Pizzeria Venti's homespun crust acts as a stage for more than 20 pizza performances, such as italian sausage, seasoned with fennel, fresh basil, and herbs ($3.25/slice) or chicken vesuvio, which erupts with roasted breast of chicken, mushrooms, black olives, and garlic ($4/slice). Though pizza prevails as the main attraction, the menu also marches through baked pastas ($7.50+), salads ($6.50+), and seasonal soups ($4.25) to create a culinary lineup that is more well-rounded than a reconstructed Humpty Dumpty.

301 John Carlyle St
Alexandria,
VA
US