Italian Restaurants in Miami Beach

Up to Half Off Italian Dinner at Escopazzo

Miami Beach

$138 $69

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Organic ingredients infuse slow-roasted north california lamb shoulder, grass-fed tenderloin, and spaghetti with pacific sea urchin

Up to 51% Off at Master's Italian Restaurant

City Center

$70 $35

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Stuffed, heart-shaped pizzas don a single topping while deluxe pizzas blend meats and veggies; includes garden salad, garlic bread, and wine

Up to 50% Off at Pizza Dude

Miami Beach

$28.92 $15

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Fried mushrooms warm up palates for build-your-own pizzas donning one protein, two veggies, and housemade sauce and mozzarella cheese

Up to 53% Off Pizza or Pasta at Puntino dal Toro

Miami Beach

$40 $20

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Gourmet lasagna, fettuccine bolognese, and margherita pizza in a bistro-style setting

Up to 39% Off Prix-Fixe Italian Meal at Vero Italian

Downtown Miami

$53 $33

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Diners enjoy pizza, fish, and housemade pasta inspired by many regions in Italy as they sit in the rustic dining room or outdoor area

Up to 51% Off Italian Dinner at Vapiano

Brickell

$57.85 $29

(29)

Casual Italian eatery features made-to-order food stations with homemade pasta, pizza, and salads

Up to 55% Off an Italian Dinner at Spartico Restaurant

Northeast Coconut Grove

$107.70 $49

(28)

Milanese wood-burning oven crisps artisanal pizzas, and pastas imported from Italy entangle veal meatballs and pulled lamb shank

Up to 46% Off Italian Food at La Palma Ristorante

Coral Gables

$50 $27

(37)

Grilled center-cut veal chops, rosemary-crusted salmon, and other Northern Italian cuisine served at a historic former hotel

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Ristorante Pappa & Ciccia

Doral

$20 $10

Prosciutto and mushroom pizza, handmade stuffed pastas, and chicken parm paninis

Up to 50%% Off at CiCi's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$13.98 $7

Slices of pizza made with fresh dough round out self-served plates of pasta, salads, and desserts

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After the unexpected loss of their father, three brothers from Eboli, an Italian hamlet in the Neapolitan countryside, pursued their disparate passions to separate corners of the globe. As Giuseppe, the eldest, toiled as a pizzaiolo in New York; Antonio, a dancer; and Gennaro, an artist, spent time honing their crafts in Madrid and Paris. It wasn't long before Giuseppe opened his pizzeria, and his younger siblings weren't far behind. With all three operating successful Italian eateries in their respective cities, the trio decided to reunite, forming Fratelli La Bufala as a joint effort where they could highlight their father's passion for water-buffalo mozzarella, a heart-healthy cheese that anchors the cuisine at each of their worldwide locations.

Working from an Italian menu modeled after Mediterranean culinary traditions, chefs prepare pastas in-house and pepper Neapolitan-style pizzas with water-buffalo meat that boasts less cholesterol and saturated fat than most traditional meat options. Like Sophia Loren's celebrity impersonators, the kitchen's ingredients are sourced from small southern Italian farms, and are transported with care to preserve their naturalness and quality.

437 Washington Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Sustainable Floridian ingredients abound at Amami Famous Italian Restaurant, infusing every dish on the eclectic menu with original flavors and sun-kissed freshness. Mediterranean influences inform the dinner entrees, resulting in flavorful dishes such as calamari with capers, black olives, and housemade tomato sauce, and linguini with mussels and clams that, like the host's mandatory eye patch, speak to the restaurant's focus on sea-based cuisine. Vegan, vegetarian, and heart-healthy dishes also tempt taste buds.

Happy to accommodate individual tastes and dietary requests, the kitchen's crack staff can swap ingredients in and out of any dish, a handy skill that factors into Amami’s private dinner parties. These parties, which comfortably hold 30–50 people, allow organizers to create the restaurant of their dreams for a single night without starting their own reality show. A private room is included, as is a menu catered exclusively to each parties' taste and budget.

224 Espanola Way
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Working side by side at Miami Beach's kitchens for nearly a decade, Moshe Petel and Spurgeon Solomon bonded over their love of Italian cuisine. Along with Nicaraguan executive chef Felix Pavon, the Israeli Petel and Honduran Solomon bring an outsider's reverence to Grazie Italian Cuisine's authentic dishes. Six days a week, the amber-lit, 75-seat dining room fills with the aroma of fresh-baked bread, which joins housemade pesto oil and toasted garlic slices to start each meal. For main courses, Chef Felix tosses handmade and gluten-free pasta with ingredients such as crabmeat and gravy as well as cooks bone-in New York strip steaks with a special rub. Classic and specialty cocktails plus domestic and imported wines help to wash down feasts, which come to a close with more than 10 housemade desserts such as chocolate pecan pie and tiramisu. Weekly specials include an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet and happy hour drinks and appetizers.

701 Washington Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US

The chefs at Ghiottone Italian Restaurant incorporate recipes and wines from northern, central, and southern Italy. Although they import some ingredients from the Old World, including Tuscan porcini mushrooms and Venetian oils from the region's olive derricks, they source many from local producers and make pastas and sauces in-house. Fried polenta, risotto with truffle oil, and veal scaloppini sautéed in a sicilian marsala wine sauce all help to create a culinary roadmap of Italy from the Mediterranean to the Alps.

Despite the crisp, white tablecloths, the dining room strives to create a more casual ambience with its faux-marble walls and large paintings of the Italian seaside. On the ceiling, an extensive mural of a Roman temple dominates the space, depicting the pantheon of Roman gods as they explain the differences between Ionic and Corinthian columns to the surrounding mortals.

538 Washington Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Each day at Cantina 71, chef Luca Laborante rolls out batches of housemade linguine, gnocchi, and ravioli, garnishing them with organic vegetables and sousing them with the eatery's own sauces. In addition to crafting a dozen hearty pasta dishes, chefs crown veal with sage butter sauce and cured Italian prosciutto and fry up fresh batches of calamari. Guests can enjoy their meal or romantic staring contests inside amid hanging lanterns and polished stone floors, or they can retreat to the patio, where strings of twinkling lights illuminate a sloped awning.

216 71st St
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Eater Miami mentioned Tagliatelle Restaurant in October 2010.

124 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach,
FL
US