Italian Restaurants in Lompoc

Dinner for Two or Four at Giancarlo's Ristorante Italiano Mediterraneo (Up to 45% Off)

Giancarlo's Ristorante Italiano Mediterraneo

Morro Bay

Italian chef reflects his Bari birthplace with a menu heavy on vegetables and seafood, plus wood-fired pizzas and creamy desserts

$99 $59

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Pizza and Drinks Valid Weekdays or Weekends at Giovanni's of Carpinteria (Up to 45% Off)

Giovanni's of Carpinteria

Downtown Carpinteria

Specialty pies topped in veggies or pepperoni, salami, and Canadian bacon served alongside hot sandwiches and local beer

$20 $11

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Italian Dinner Cuisine at Enzo's Italian Restaurant at The Glen Tavern Inn (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Enzo's Italian Restaurant at The Glen Tavern Inn

Santa Paula

Chicken cannelloni and ricotta ravioli served within historical 1911 hotel dining room

$40 $22

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Two Medium One-Topping Pizzas or One Large Combination Pizza for Carry-Out at Slice of Italy (Up to 48% Off)

Slice of Italy

Westlakes

Bring home cheesy one-topping pizzas or grab a large combination pie topped with salami, pepperoni, bell pepper, onions, and olives

$23 $12

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Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Lunch or $12 for $20 Worth of Dinner at Jerry's Pizza

Jerry's Pizza

Jerry's Pizza

Freshly made pizzas topped with jalapeños, canadian bacon, or veggies; juicy burgers and sandwiches; cheesy calzones stuffed with chicken

$5 $3

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Pizza and Salad, Subs and Sodas for Two, or Family Pizza Meal at The Don's Pizzeria (Up to 47% Off)

The Don's Pizzeria

Simi Valley

Salads, subs, garlic bread and large build-your-own pizzas crowned with toppings such as pepperoni, goat cheese, olives, and bacon

$30 $16

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At Westside Pizza of Lompoc, chefs adhere to a strict ethos of freshness, making dough each day by hand to create delectable pizza masterpieces for pickup or delivery. They crown each pie with real mozzarella cheese, canadian bacon, pepperoni, sundried tomatoes, and plenty of other toppings—none of which are ever frozen. They've got pasta on the menu, too, designed especially for those who are allergic to circular shapes.

1137 N H St
Lompoc,
CA
US

Enormous portions of pasta weigh down tables inside Petrini's Italian Restaurants, which specialize filling stomachs with old-school Italian fare. Inside the kitchen, chefs cover thin crusts with slices of salami, mushrooms, and barbecue chicken to make custom pies. Swirls of steam float above plates of gnocchi, tortellini, and ravioli, and generous helpings of chicken and veal parmesan slip between slices of sandwich bread or go solo as dinner entrees. Petrini’s homemade salad dressings top crisp salads, and can be purchased by the bottle, gallon, or super-soaker tank.

5711 Calle Real
Goleta,
CA
US

The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.

5756 Calle Real
Goleta,
CA
US

A link to Santa Barbara's past, Aldo's Italian Ristorante resides on the grounds of the Janssens-Orella adobe house, which was built in 1857 and holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Since 1986, Aldo's has done its part to write its own chapter into the historic site's story, serving homemade Italian specialties for lunch and dinner every day of the week. During visits, diners may enjoy freshly prepared dishes inside amid ornate pillars and elegant artwork, or outside in the heated courtyard.

1031 State St
Santa Barbara,
CA
US

Pizza Mizza's dough-spinning chefs slather signature sauces on three styles of homemade crust to craft gourmet pies, which serve as headliners for a mouthwatering menu of classic Italian fare. Self-made pizzas ($6.29 plus $0.99 per topping for personal size) flex their artistic muscles by bedecking thin, regular, or thick dough canvases in any combination of 29 meats, cheeses, and veggies. Submit to a chef's intuition to savor gourmet concoctions such as the bacon, basil, and tomato pizza ($8.99 for personal size) or the chicken and caramelized-walnut pizza ($8.99). A spicy chicken and avocado sandwich ($8.99) rests upon toasted sourdough bread and partners with a tortilla soup topped with avocado and pico de gallo ($3.99), creating a perfect lunchtime pairing. Unlike an edible gondola, the hearty chicken Alfredo ($9.99) floats atop linguine, broccoli, and fresh Parmesan to satiate stomachs with a taste of old-world Italy. Pizza Mizza’s assorted kids' menu pleases youngsters with pared down portions, and a dog-friendly outdoor patio pleases parents of furry children.

140 S Hope Ave
Santa Barbara,
CA
US

It's a tradition at Arnoldi's Cafe to make things by hand, whether you're crafting meatballs or the building itself. Though the original venue was founded in 1937 by Giuseppe Arnoldi and his wife Ilda, the current location was erected in 1940. Giuseppe, known as Joe, quarried the stone himself. He made sure to include all the trappings of a rustic Italian getaway: a maple floor for dancing, a pair of bocce courts, and a mural of Lago di Como, where he was born. And, though he and Ilda ceased to run the restaurant in 1969, he appointed a bar manager who remains there to this day. His name is Bucky, and he's a tule elk who welcomes visitors from his spot on the wall.

Thankfully, guests can taste Joe's legacy as well as see it. The menu at Arnoldi's boasts homestyle Italian fare, from bruschetta drizzled in imported olive oil to veal sautéed in wine and a lemon caper sauce. Like the vases at an unscrupulous antique store, many of the pasta dishes here are made fresh from scratch. There's handmade gnocchi, homemade lasagna, and handmade ravioli. Diners enjoy their meals with wine in a romantic dining room or on a heated patio, while in the garden, teams compete in seasonal bocce tournaments.

600 Olive St
Santa Barbara,
CA
US