Italian Restaurants in Miami

Italian Dinner for Two or Four or More at Vapiano (Up to 50% Off)

Vapiano

Brickell

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

$20 $11

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$16 for $30 Worth of Italian Food and Drinks at The Pasta Factory Company

The Pasta Factory Company

West Miami

Second-generation pasta makers impress diners with homemade pastas, hot sandwiches, and other Italian specialties

$30 $16

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Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at Panzerotti's Cucina Italiana (Up to 50% Off)

Panzerotti's Cucina Italiana

Miami

Doughy pockets filledwith 15 different ingredient combinations, housemade ravioli, breaded veal chops, and steak infused with a balsamic

$69.50 $36

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Pizza and Italian Food at Mario the Baker (40% Off)

Mario the Baker

Midtown

Classic Italian eatery in business since 1969 serves up hot caprese subs, sausage parmigiana, pizza, and garlic rolls

$10 $6

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$6 for $10 Worth of Pasta — Pronto Pasta

Pronto Pasta

Miami

Fresh, homemade pasta in three minutes; 11 different types of pasta with 11 different types of sauce

$10 $6

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Italian Dinner Cuisine at Carmine's La Trattoria – Kendall (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Carmine's La Trattoria – Kendall

Kendall

Risotto of the day, veal and pork osso buco, and cannoli enjoyed on an outdoor terrace next to the water or under halo-like lights

$50 $29

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Seafood and Italian Cuisine at Big Fish (50% Off). Three Options Available.

Big Fish

Upper East Side

Seafood entrees cooked Italian-style, such as yellow fin tuna in a poppy-seed crust and linguine with Maine lobster

$40 $20

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In 1978, Argentine pasta craftsman Richard Sanders emigrated to Miami with his wife, Carmen, and opened The Pasta Factory Company. Thirty-three years later, Richard’s three sons—Rick, Fernando, and Leonard—have taken the rigatoni reins, with Fernando spinning housemade linguine, spaghetti, and fettuccine on his father’s original machine. Rick’s favorite part of the job has been watching 20 years of first dates, many of which transformed into years-long courtships and ended in down-on-one-knee marriage proposals—all within the confines of The Pasta Factory Company’s dining room.

With or without the prospect of a proposal, the Sanders family’s authentic Italian fare grew so popular among diners that they expanded The Pasta Factory Company to several locations. Now guests can fall in love with the first meat pie they meet at the original South Miami location, or speed date through fettuccine and cannelloni at the Pasta Factory Express spots.

5725 SW 8th St
West Miami,
FL
US

Inspired by the menus of neighborhood eateries throughout Naples, the chefs at Fresco Miami combine the traditional and modern as they assemble refined dishes using high-quality ingredients. Pastas, pizzas, and grilled entrees are speckled with familiar flavors such as buffalo mozzarella and imported Italian prosciutto, as well as imaginative adornments such as Maine lobster and edible microchips. Adhering to his own time-tested recipes, Alfredo Forgione and his handpicked team of chefs also churn out oven-crisped Neapolitan pizzas.

Fresco Miami’s décor, much like its cuisine, effortlessly blends contemporary and time-honored styles. The wall art's vibrant reds and purples stand in contrast to the dining room's hues of black, white, and brushed nickel. Outdoors, patio seating allows diners to enjoy their meals as they keep an eye out for the return of their favorite cloud.

1410 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Catharsis is as vibrant as its Calle Ocho neighborhood: whitewashed walls surround tables adorned with wild orchids and flickering candles, framing an inventive fusion of Latin and Italian cuisines. Grilled corvina and creative risotto dishes rank among the menu's star attractions, but the chefs might just as easily tickle palates with guava emulsions, cognac reductions, crunchy plantains, or tomato-mango pico de gallo. The dulcet sounds of Spanish musicians echo throughout Catharsis?s cavernous space, letting diners know when it's a good time to change into their Zorro costume.

1644 SW 8th St.
Miami,
FL
US

Since 1969, the cooks at Mario the Baker have followed the same tried-and-true recipes, resulting in pizza after fresh-baked pizza emerging from the oven with the same flavors as the restaurant's very first batch. Diners settle into red and black booths to split signature pizzas, including La Maflosa pizza with sliced eggplant and mozzarella. As part of an unrefusable offer, the Godfather pie comes topped with capicollo, ham, and salami and is served with a side of housemade italian dressing.

5755 Bird Rd
Miami,
FL
US

Owners Horacio Oliveria and Jennifer Porciello painstakingly plan every detail of their restaurant's decor, including the frescoes and dramatic arches, and their menu to give guests the impression that they've stumbled into a little corner of Italy. As musicians tap their feet on the hand-cut mosaic floors, servers float from table to table, delivering authentic Italian meals and housemade desserts.

68 W Flagler St
Miami,
FL
US

Ecco introduces itself with menus for a delectable Italian-style lunch, dinner, or wild pizza spree. Antipastis such as the chilled octopi and potati of Ecco’s polipo e patate ($10), salad-accompanied bruschetta ($7), or bread-crumb-crusted calamari skewers ($10) carouse happily on tongues before sliding delightfully past uvulas. Guests should be mindful of the lobster ravioli ($16) and the melanzane parmigiana ($14), which often attempt to storm uninvited into mouths that are already enjoying zestily diverse pizzas. These pizzas’ doughy décors compete with each other in the form of sausaged and mushroomed boscaiolas ($12), margheritas ($10) with basil and mozzarella, and vegetarianas ($12) annexed by armies of lusty legumes. Between oversized bites, gullets can be cleared with bottled sodas ($2), coffees and teas ($1.50–$3), or a selection from the wine list.

168 Southeast 1st Street
Miami,
FL
US