Italian Restaurants in Marblehead

Up to 58% Off Italian Dinner Cuisine at Trattoria Bella Mia

Beverly

$30 $15

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Authentic Italian fare and live music at bistro on historic Cabot Street

Up to 46% Off Italian-American Cuisine at Sebastian's on Broadway

Revere

$60 $35

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Pastas, seafood, and steak made with local ingredients and set to live cabaret performers every Thursday night

Up to 50% Off at Porto Bello Restaurant

Wakefield

$50 $25

Sea scallops and shrimp with housemade pesto, hand-breaded veal parmesan, and Portuguese seafood stew with clams, calamari, and mussels

Up to 64% Off at La Trattoria & Pizzeria

Gloucester

$69.80 $31

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Bruschetta, mussels, and shrimp scampi precede entrees including eggplant parmigiana, grilled swordfish, veal marsala, and chicken piccata

45% Off Traditional Italian Pizza at Wellington's Pizzeria

Downtown Medford

$20 $11

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Traditional italian pizzas topped with made-to-order items such as homemade meatballs, hand-breaded eggplant, and fresh vegetables.

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at Pastalina's Restaurant

Medford

$50 $25

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Flavorful dishes from southern Italy's Avellino region include pasta, chicken cacciatore, and veal saltimbocca

Ristorante Euno – Italian Dinner for Two or Four

North End

$158 $85

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Rich osso buco, fresh pastas under homemade sauces, and locally sourced seafood served in a pastoral Sicilian-style dining room and cellar

Half Off Pizza, Paninis, and Roll-Ups at Angora Café

Coolidge Corner

$10 $5

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Cooks at European-style café focus on Mediterranean and Italian flavors in dishes such as hummus-filled roll-ups and meatball-topped pizzas

Up to Half Off Italian Cuisine at Filippo Ristorante

North End

$35 $20

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Owners who spend part of the year in Sulmona, Italy, treat taste buds to the region's cuisine, including pasta, seafood, and veal dishes

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We are a friendly, professional Salon catering to todays todays styles and trends. We enjoy making you smile.

154 Main St
Salem,
NH
US

Sixty2 on Wharf is owned by Tony Bettencourt, the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts–trained former chef of the acclaimed Tomasso Trattoria in Southborough. Since opening in 2008, Sixty2 has seduced Salem stomachs with contemporary re-inventions of Italian classics. Bettencourt's meals use local and fresh ingredients shipped to the restaurant via seahorse-drawn gondola. The antipasti platter ($22) allows the chef to drop some knowledge on your plate, as he fills the plate with whichever antipasti options he deems best for the climate and current astrological alignment. Pasta dishes include the potato-filled cappellacci ($24 for full size) and the ribbon-like tagliatelle with a traditional meat-based Bolognese sauce ($26 for full size), while an assortment of entrees ($22–$30) include duck, lamb, chicken, and sea scallops seasoned and spiced to flavorful magnificence. The warm toffee-pudding dessert is a sweet salvo guaranteed to lob a taste grenade at any lingering post-entree hunger.

62 Wharf St
Salem,
MA
US

We do Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Our menu is Italian, with many home cooked specialties

133 Washington St
Salem,
MA
US

Not every pizza place has a mascot, much less one who’s a pug from outer space. But Flying Saucer Pizza Company insists Charlie the Space Pug is truly from beyond our planet. He promotes delicious pizza through Flying Saucer’s array of gourmet pies, all crafted from dough that is made in house every day. Each ball of dough is hand stretched before it is topped with a variety of fresh, locally grown ingredients, such as arugula, ghost-pepper salami, and goat cheese. A variety of vegan and gluten-free pizzas ensure that just about anyone can chow down while enjoying a slew of available draft beers made in New England. The eatery’s fun-loving staff and owners can often be found making pizza and taking orders amid the interior’s space-themed murals or delivering pizza and proving gravity wrong on Flying Saucer’s custom spaceship-design bicycle.

118 Washington St
Salem,
MA
US

Growing up in a village outside of Palermo, Italy, owner and head chef Vito Santangelo heard the word "gioia," Italian for "joy," whenever one of his aunts or uncles pinched his cheeks, according to a 2006 feature in The Boston Globe. In addition to inspiring his restaurant's name, such memories of family and community inspired his menu's dedication to comforting, homestyle Italian food. The chefs blanch handmade pastas, bake their own breads, and painstakingly roll meatballs into perfect replicas of Earth's secret moon.

In the restaurant's two dining rooms, leafy plants and vines adorn the Tuscan-yellow and burnt-sienna walls while gentle candlelight on each table encourages diners to recreate scenes from The Aeneid with shadow puppets.

140 Washington St
Salem,
MA
US

The chefs at Tasty Foods compile a smorgasbord of sustenance that showcases fresh, natural ingredients and soups, pita bread, and sub rolls sculpted from scratch. With New York–style pizzas, some crowned with zesty toppings such as chicken and feta, and authentic pastas, the menu exudes a distinctly Italian flavor despite not being written in marinara sauce. But stuffed grape leaves, meat-laden subs and wraps, burgers, and seafood fried to a golden brown also represent Greek fare and other global tastes.

49 Lowell St
Peabody,
MA
US