Italian Restaurants in Murrysville

Up to 56% Off Italian Food at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant

Latrobe

$77.97 $39

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Mussels, gnocchi, and veal marsala served in a historical train station with cobblestone floors and a fully restored dining car

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Vallozzi's

Greensburg

$30 $15

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Succulent pastas and fresh salads populate dinner menu of elegant Italian eatery that boasts five distinct dining rooms

Up to 55% Off Italian Dinner at Storms Restaurant

Pittsburgh

$61.80 $28

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Breaded eggplant topped with mozzarella cheese and slathered in marinara sauce or penne diavlo

Up to 52% Off at Caliente Pizza and Bar

Bloomfield

$25 $12

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Feasts of wings, pizzas, and hoagies unfold beneath flat-screen TVs, pairing with beer, cocktails, and happy-hour specials at full bar

43% Off at Pugliano's Italian Grill

Plum

$40 $23

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Italian and American specialties such as eggplant parmesan, spaghetti and meatballs, and half-pound burgers

50% Off Italian Tapas at Bado's Cucina

McMurray

$50 $25

Head chef draws from his Italian heritage & travels to create a rustic ambience complete with wood-fired oven & multicourse seasonal feasts

Half Off at Cenci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

Pine

$30 $15

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Craft brews flow while visitors savor specialty pizza pies such as the sirloin-decked steak-onion-ranch pie

36% Off Italian Food at Siba Cucina

Seven Fields

$20 $12.75

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Wine bar that looks like a rustic Tuscan villa offers housemade meatballs, chicken marsala, crab-cake sandwiches, and wood-fired pizza

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The "wood-fired pizza has us fired up about Bella Luna Trattoria," declared the Pittsburgh City Paper after its reviewers sampled the thin-crust pies pulled from the restaurant's blazing oven. Chefs adorn these doughy creations, available in sizes ranging from an 8-inch mini to a 14-inch large, with red or white sauces and an arsenal of traditional and inventive toppings. On the stovetop, freshly made angel hair, fettuccine, and linguine bathe in marinara, bolognese, and alfredo sauces, and the frying pan imbues cutlets of hand-breaded eggplant parmigiana with a golden tan worthy of the Italian Riviera.

5060 William Penn Hwy
Monroeville,
PA
US

Gateway Grill serves breakfast daily, so early risers can head butt breakfast entrees throughout the week. Tuck into an array of omelets packed with veggies, cheeses, and meats ($6.99–7.99), or breakfast sandwiches such as the belt ($6.99), which uses its namesake to keep bacon, egg, and tomato fillings from bursting out of grilled italian bread.

4251 Northern Pike
Monroeville,
PA
US

The proficient pie twirlers at Merlino’s blanket crusts of homemade dough in palatable piles of fresh cheese and toppings. A large 16" pizza quells the hunger pangs of game-day gatherings or an impromptu Thanksgiving with 12 slices of golden crust oozing with melted cheese. Although not included in the price of this deal, additions of pepperoni, sausage, jalapeños, pineapple, or green peppers ($1.95 each) add piquancy to each steaming bite, and specialty ingredients such as gyro meat ($3.25) add a gourmet touch to the comestible circlet. Fingers receive pre-meal warm-ups and postmeal cool-downs by lifting hefty doses of piping-hot wings, made all the more succulent when slathered in a choice of eight sauces, including hot barbecue, buffalo parmesan, Cajun, and butter garlic.

994 5th Ave
East Mc Keesport,
PA
US

Hearth-baked pizzas earned Pizza Supreme the love, and votes, of Tribune-Review readers in the 2010 and 2011 Trib Readers' Choice awards, according to the staff. In addition to award-winning pizzas, Pizza Supreme—also known as Café Supreme—serves fresh salads, signature burgers, and italian specialty pastas.

200 Main St
Irwin,
PA
US

Bradlios Pizza's menu reads like the wedding vows of Italian and American fare. Kick off a culinary journey with a spicy order of a dozen wing dings ($8.99) followed by a red- or white-sauced regular pizza (large $9.99+) or gourmet pie (large $14.99) built upon a foundation of homemade dough. Square in shape, the Sicilian (large $11.99+) starts with Tomanetti's soft, thick crust and piles on toppings such as pepperoni and spinach ($1.75 each). The veggie stromboli arrives filled with warm sauce and melted cheese (large $9.99), and the Italiano hoagie flavors itself with Italiano flavors (whole $7.99).

1174 Jefferson Heights Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

The cooks at Fortino's Pizza assemble 18-inch pies, fry up whole wings by the dozen, and let customers quench thirsts with tall glasses of soda and Turner's Tea. Nontraditional toppings such as broccoli and hot peppers can be chosen in place of classic pizza adornments such as pepperoni, sausage, and chunks of homespun wisdom. Barbecue sauce, honey-garlic sauce, and hot sauce spread over chicken wings, napkins, and upper lips, and bottles of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, and iced tea dream of being poured over a high-school coach's head after a winning chess season.

713 Plum St
Oakmont,
PA
US