Italian Restaurants in Newberry

$13 for Two Large Pizzas with 3-Cheeser Bread and a Two-Liter Soda at Hungry Howie's ($30.78 Value)

Hungry Howie's

Augusta

Signature flavored-crust pizzas offer a choice of eight doughy foundations, complemented by cheesy bread and Pepsi products

$30.78 $13

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Large Specialty Pizza and Small Cheese Pizza or $11 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Wings at Dunwright Grill

Dunwright Grill

Matthews

Specialty pizzas include toppings such as pineapple, bacon, and roasted red peppers while orders of wings are dipped in any of four sauces

$20 $11

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Two or Three Groupons for $15 Worth of Pizza at Pie Five Pizza Company (Up to 47% Off)

Pie Five Pizza Company

Matthews

Pizza cooks create made-to-order pizzas with toppings like bacon, black olives, and grilled chicken; pies cook in five minutes or less

$15 $8

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Italian Cuisine for Dinner at Napoli Italian Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Napoli Italian Restaurant

Monroe

Eatery dishes out cuisine such as grilled chicken pizzas, bacon subs, vegetable lasagnas, and fettuccine alfredo with shrimp

$25 $15

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$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen

Wesley Heights

Chefs craft Italian dishes such as italian sausage steak, eggplant parmigiana, and chicken barcelona

$30 $15

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$16 for $30 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Serbian Food at Intermezzo Pizzeria and Cafe

Intermezzo Pizzeria and Cafe

Intermezzo Cafe & Pizzeria

Authentic Serbian entrees of eggplant musaka served alongside hand-tossed pizzas topped with wood-grilled mushrooms or housemade mozzarella

$30 $16

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$11 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Pizza at Slices ($20 Value)

Slices

Charlotte

Sicilian-style and New York style thin crust pizzas topped with fresh ingredients, plus oven-toasted subs, buffalo-style jumbo wings & sides

$10 $5.50

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Locally Sourced Pizzas, Salads, and Sandwiches for Dinner for Two at Pure Pizza (50% Off)

Pure Pizza

7th Street Market

Farm-to-fork pizzeria tops its sprouted wheat dough with local veggies, smoked salmon, and pulled pork from inside 7th Street Public Market

$20 $10

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$24 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Dolce Ristorante

Dolce Ristorante

Dilworth

Award-winning Italian dishes include homemade gnocchi, veal scaloppini with sautéed shrimp, and tiramisu made in-house

$40 $24

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$24 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Osso

Osso

Fourth Ward

Upscale renditions of Italian classics, such as pan-seared scallops with smoked tomato risotto or housemade goat cheese tortellini

$40 $24

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Pizza and Sub Sandwiches at Jet's Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jet's Pizza

Brevard

Signature deep-dish pizza, wings, Turbo Stix, and Jet's subs

$20 $10

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$11 for Pizza and Italian Food at Iannucci's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant (a $va Value)

Iannucci's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

Multiple Locations

Family-friendly pizzeria builds pies from hand-tossed dough and housemade sauce, also crafting pasta classics such as baked ziti

$25 $11

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Four TripAdvisors give Gina's Pizza and Gourmet Italian an average of four owl eyes. 95% of Urbanspooners recommend it:

107 N Royal Tower Dr
Irmo,
SC
US

The Bistro combines the quaintness of a quiet café with the diverse menu of a larger, louder eatery. Corral some co-eaters and dive into a vat of cream-cheese dip enhanced with spinach and prosciutto ham, or just poke it with the points of the included garlic toast ($6.99). Tongues leap at the chance to sample cracked-black-pepper caesar salad, a legume-laden dish, rife with romaine hearts, croutons, and parmesan under a sheen of black pepper caesar dressing ($5.99), and chicken marsala reaches out to meat eaters with a dish of seasoned, broiled ex-clucker drizzled in the eatery's signature marsala wine sauce ($14.99). The Bistro's biggest draw is the brick-oven pizza, especially if you like the taste of brick ovens. Plunge into a mediterranean pie, with gobs of garlic and olive oil, chunks of chicken, spinach, artichokes, red onions, black olives, and a fiesta of feta and other cheeses ($13.99 for a small, $17.99 for a large). Or, start a natural disaster in your mouth by eating an Avalanche pizza, a doughy delight loaded with pepperoni, italian and pork sausage, ground beef, bacon, ham, onions, mushrooms, and bell peppers adrift on an ocean of marinara sauce ($13.99 for a small, $17.99 for a large). Picky pizzavores can also choose to construct their own pie (starting at $8.99) and enjoy it outside when the weather's in a good mood.

109 Old Chapin Rd
Lexington,
SC
US

Every pizza at zpizza is freshly prepared, hand thrown, gently coaxed into the oven using soft birdcalls and pheromone trails, and fire-baked to crispy perfection. The dough is prepared fresh daily from 100% certified-organic wheat, and z is also happy to offer gluten-free crusts, sating the pizza desire of the allergic, dieters, and wheat sympathizers. Toppings include award-winning Wisconsin skim mozzarella, MSG-free pepperoni, certified-organic tomato sauce, additive-free sausage, and fresh produce. Try a large ZBQ pizza (with barbecue sauce, mozzarella, barbecue chicken, roasted pepper, red onion, tomato, cilantro, and sweet corn; $16.95) or a chicken curry and yam rustica (with mozzarella, curry chicken, yam, mango chutney, raisin, and cilantro; $8.95). Vegans can delight in a small Berkeley, a soy-cheese veggie pizza (with marinara, vegan cheese, veggie burger crumbles, zucchini, tomato, mushroom, red onion, and bell pepper; $9.95), and traveling tongues can sate their wanderlust with a mouthwatering Moroccan rustica (with pesto, mozzarella, roasted eggplant, feta cheese, caramelized onion, and pine nut; $8.95).

5580 Sunset Blvd
Lexington,
SC
US

The first Pizzeria Uno opened at the intersection of Ohio and Wabash in downtown Chicago in 1943. The Chicago Bears were having a good season at Wrigley Field, and nobody had ever heard of deep dish pizza. Changing that was the job of Uno owner Ike Sewelll, who had invented a pizza you could truly call a pie without immediately being fined by the U.S. Board of Pastries. He built a tall-edged crust laced with lots of butter, the filled it with cheese, Italian spices, and fresh tomatoes, baking the whole thing for an hour. It would become Pizzeria Uno's signature recipe.

Today, Uno Pizzeria & Grill spans about half of the U.S. and sends the aroma of bubbling cheese wafting through several international cities as well. At each location, cooks show up early every morning to begin making dough, creating specialty pies using ingredients that Ike could have only dreamed of, such as Canadian bacon and fiber-optic broccoli. Lighter, quicker entrees are available too, including Italian favorites such as shrimp scampi and gluten-free steak and burger options.

5304 Sunset Blvd.
Lexington,
SC
US

The first Pizzeria Uno opened at the intersection of Ohio and Wabash in downtown Chicago in 1943. The Chicago Bears were having a good season at Wrigley Field, and nobody had ever heard of deep dish pizza. Changing that was the job of Uno owner Ike Sewelll, who had invented a pizza you could truly call a pie without immediately being fined by the U.S. Board of Pastries. He built a tall-edged crust laced with lots of butter, the filled it with cheese, Italian spices, and fresh tomatoes, baking the whole thing for an hour. It would become Pizzeria Uno's signature recipe.

Today, Uno Pizzeria & Grill spans about half of the U.S. and sends the aroma of bubbling cheese wafting through several international cities as well. At each location, cooks show up early every morning to begin making dough, creating specialty pies using ingredients that Ike could have only dreamed of, such as Canadian bacon and fiber-optic broccoli. Lighter, quicker entrees are available too, including Italian favorites such as shrimp scampi and gluten-free steak and burger options.

5304 Sunset Boulevard
Lexington,
SC
US

Johnny's Tony's, formerly Zia’s New York Pizza, is home to dough wizards who magically twirl and knead floured orbs into saucy New York–style pies, as well as summon a trove of meaty heros and pasta entrees. Savor the classic simplicity of a cheese pizza ($4.50–$11.65), or adorn your pie with standard toppings ($0.35–$2.00/ingredient), including pepperoni and sausage, or premium adornments ($1.50–$3.00/ingredient), such as chicken, artichoke, and feta. The signature pies, such as a bacon-and-ranch soused Hometown pizza ($6–$18.25), treat tasters to an edible amalgamation more flavorful than an oven-baked Picasso painting. Hand-breaded cuts of poultry saunter atop drifts of spaghetti to create the chicken-parmesan pizza ($7.25), while a calzone erupts cheese and marinara through a crunchy crag of baked dough ($4.85 for a small; $9.55 for a large). Wrap hands or novelty foam fingers around the baked breading of a meatball hero ($6), or satiate beefy urges by snagging a steak sandwich ($6.50). To satisfy families or air-guitar troupes of 4–6 members, Johnny's Tony's serves up a family spaghetti meal ($14 regular; $15.99 with meat sauce), which arrives at tables accompanied by eight slices of garlic bread.

1720 Sunset Blvd
West Columbia,
SC
US