Head chef Giacomo celebrates his homeland with tantalizing spread of northern-Italian homemade pastas, fresh seafood and juicy meats
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40% Off Dinner at Bona Italian Restaurant
Bona Italian Restaurant
Linguine with mussels, veal saltimbocca, and sub sandwiches with Boar's Head deli meats
Up to 38% Off Italian Cuisine at Sette Bello Ristorante
North Fort Lauderdale
Carved columns and white tablecloths set an elegant backdrop for potato gnocchi, citrus-marinated grilled shrimp, and pan-fried veal chops
50% Off at Grande Pizza Co.
Grande Pizza Co.
Oven-baked lasagna, Philly turkey and sausage subs, chicken wings, and pizzas with toppings, including peppers, ricotta, and ham
GG's of New York – 40% Off Italian Food
GG's of New York
Family with 70+ years of restaurant experience creates New York-style Italian cuisine with generations-old recipes
Up to 52% Off Fast Italian Food at Italio
Central Fort Lauderdale
Select a meat for your pasta bowl, piadina, or salad, then add a sauce, pesto, or dressing and toppings such as bruschetta or fresh basil
Up to 48% Off Italian Cuisine at Lucca Ristorante
East Fort Lauderdale
Italian dishes, including pasta, market-fresh seafood, and chef's specialties, crafted with seasonal ingredients and spices
50% Off at Mozzarella Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
Mozzarella Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
Made-from-scratch pizzas, pastas slathered in an array of sauces, and meaty sub sandwiches conquer hunger at a homey Italian eatery
Up to 45% Off at Legends Pizza and Wings
Legends Pizza and Wings
Pizzas, such as a caprese pizza drizzled with a balsamic reduction and a smoked gouda and barbecue chicken pizza, plus sauce-slathered wings
$10 for Casual Italian Food at Argenti Pizza
Westwood Community - North
New York–style and deep-dish pizzas served at eatery with twice-weekly karaoke nights
Up to 50% Off at Lorenzos Italian Restaurant
Lorenzos Italian Restaurant
Eatery offers appetizers such as fried calamari mozzarella and mussels, entrees such as veal cutlet milanese and chicken francese, and wine
50% Off Italian Food at Cinque Terre Restaurant
Cinque Terre Restaurant
Italian-born chef shares native cuisine through menu featuring burrata cheese, homemade fettuccini & tagliolini pasta, seafood specialties
Up to 50% Off Dinner at Villa Rose Pizza
Villa Rose Pizza
Pizzeria with nearly 55 years in business serves entrees such as eggplant parmigiana and calamari arrabiata, as well as specialty pies
Up to 40% Off at La Vendetta Restaurant
La Vendetta Restaurant
Eatery dishes out Italian and Romanian cuisine such as baked gnocchi, lobster fra diavolo, lasagna, and smoked pork hock with sauerkraut
46% Off Pizza
Lakeside Villas Apartments
Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you
45% Off at Capone's Italian Pizzeria
Pizza made with family dough and sauce recipes at a pizzeria specializing in Italian classics such as baked lasagna and sunday gravy
47% Off Italian Cuisine at Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Sebastiano's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Italian classics including manicotti, veal marsala, eggplant rollatini, and pizzas topped with fresh peppers and meatballs
Up to 43% Off at Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Sophia's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Pastas such as linguine tossed in red or white clam sauce or gnocchi with meat sauce; gourmet and Sicilian–style pizzas
50% Off Italian-American Food at Trio's Deli & Pizzeria
Trio's Deli & Pizzeria
Choose from fresh deli sandwiches and wraps or opt for bigger meal with two-topping pizza and breadsticks
Up to 51% Off at Carini's Pizza & Pasta
Carini's Pizza & Pasta
Freshly made salads precede housemade pasta dishes, specialty pizzas, and classic Italian dishes at casual local eatery
50% Off at Grande Pizza Co. - Boca Raton
Grande Pizza Co. - Boca Raton
Oven-baked lasagna, hot-turkey and sausage subs, chicken wings, and pizzas with toppings, including peppers, ham, and creamy spinach sauce
50% Off Italian Dinner at La Stella's
Chef Jamie Barlow embraces familiar Italian flavors by cooking with imported mozzarella, housemade sausage, and hand-selected produce
Up to 52% Off Fast Italian at Italio
Select a meat for your pasta bowl, piadina, or salad, then add a sauce, pesto or dressing and toppings such as bruschetta or fresh basil
Up to 45% Off Italian Dinner at Talias Tuscan Table
Talias Tuscan Table
Spaghetti pomodoro, Sicilian pizzas, hero sandwiches on ciabatta bread, chicken cacciatore & salmon picatta round out a classic Italian menu
50% Off Italian Food at Piattini
Dishes such as fettuccine alla bolognese or braised ossobuco ravioli pair well with wines inside a restaurant styled after a Tuscan villa
Up to 50% Off at Tony Dell's Italian Ristorante & Pizzeria
Tony Dell's Italian Ristorante & Pizzeria
Calzones, sub sandwiches, and specialty pizzas such as shrimp scampi
Up to 53% Off Italian Cuisine at Steve’s Wood Fired Pizza
Steve's Wood Fired Pizza
Intimate dining room hosts pizzas made from housemade, thin-rolled dough, fired in imported wood ovens, and slathered with 55+ toppings.
Up to 30% Off Italian Food at Pescecane Ristorante
Altos Del Mar
Classics like veal ossobucco and homemade ravioli porcini paired with fresh bruschetta and fresh bread baked in-house
Half Off at Rocky's Italian Bistro and Bar
Rocky's Italian Bistro and Bar
Courtyards of Delray
Eatery specializing in classic Italian pastas and veal, chicken, and seafood dishes also serves up live music on Fridays and Saturdays
Up to 41% Off Italian Cuisine at D'Angelo Trattoria
Traditional Neapolitan cuisine including wood oven-fired pizzas and rigatoni filetto prepared in 1930s bungalow with vast wine cellar
50% Off Italian Cuisine
Mia Bella Roma
Flamingo / Lummus
House-made gnocchi in basil pesto sauce, caprese pizza, and veal parmigiana pair with international wines at eatery with live entertainment
Up to 50% Off at Master's Italian Restaurant
Master's Italian Restaurant
Feast on Italian dishes such as thin crust pizzas slathered with garlic butter or angel hair pasta tossed with calamari and a pink sauce
Up to Half Off Italian Dinner at Escopazzo
Organic ingredients infuse slow-roasted north california lamb shoulder, grass-fed tenderloin, and spaghetti with pacific sea urchin
Up to 45% Off at Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante
Gina's Pizza Italian Ristorante
Italian-American staples including meatball parm subs, stuffed shells, and New York–style pizza
Up to 50% Off Italian at Bella Napoli
Bella Napoli Pizzeria and Restaurant
Chefs hand-toss New York–style pizzas made using family recipes, pour pink sauce over vegetable lasagna, and pair seafood with pasta
Up to 47% Off at Carmine's La Trattoria – Kendall
Carmine's La Trattoria – 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
Up to 55% Off Italian Prix Fixe Meal at Spartico Restaurant
Northeast Coconut Grove
Milanese wood-burning oven crisps artisanal pizzas, and pastas imported from Italy entangle veal meatballs and pulled lamb shank
Up to 50% Off Italian Dinner at Vapiano
Casual Italian eatery features made-to-order food stations with homemade pasta, pizza, and salads
50% Off Italian Food at The Pasta Factory Company
The Pasta Factory Company
Second-generation pasta makers impress diners with homemade pastas, hot sandwiches, and other Italian specialties
Up to 50% Off at Panzerotti's Cucina Italiana
Panzerotti's Cucina Italiana
Doughy pockets filledwith 15 different ingredient combinations, housemade ravioli, breaded veal chops, and steak infused with a balsamic
Half Off Italian Cuisine at Pesto Restaurant
West Palm Beach
During lunch and dinner, feast on Italian pasta dishes, crisp panini sandwiches, and flatbreads; mornings, breakfast starts at 6 a.m.
45% Off Fresh Continental Food at Table 427
Spicy tuna steak with kiwi-papaya salsa, grilled watermelon, and cheese-stuffed pork chops are among the restaurant's continental delights
40% Off Lunch at Hullabaloo
Diners dig into plates of fettuccini carbonara or fried green heirloom tomatoes while surrounded by black-and-white photos of rock stars
Up to 51% Off at Benny's Pizzeria
Choose from a long list of available toppings, or opt for a gourmet pizza specially created by the chefs
Up to 50% Off Italian Fare at Cafe Centro
Fresh pasta and Northern Italian seafood dishes served beneath a rustic timber ceiling
At Primavera, executive chef Giacomo celebrates the cuisine of his native Italy with a menu of mouthwateringly authentic northern-Italian treats. Like a cuckoo clock that runs on ethanol, the appetizing bill of fare combines contemporary influences with Old-World traditions, dishing out house-made pasta and tender veal cutlets served alongside fresh catches of the day and wholesome risottos. Tender veal chops and colorful salads arrive tableside amid the relaxing ambiance of the rustic, cream-colored walls, or guests can mingle over glasses of flavorful wine at the full-service bar. In addition to gracing tables with delicious spreads, Primavera's helpful chefs impart their culinary techniques with occasional cooking classes—two-hour demostrations that prep students to prepare light meals, glean understanding of wine pairings, and add realism to imaginary garden parties.
Sample a wide variety of tasty menu items at Humpys, where New York-style pizza reigns supreme. Munch on a gooey concoction of dough and toppings with a medium margherita ($13.50) or Hawaiian ($13.50) pizza. Hungry mouths may enjoy catching a frisbee of pizza flatbread, which is offered in varieties such as barbecue chicken ($8) and mushroom with caramelized onions ($8). All of Humpys's dough is made fresh daily with a crust crafted from traditional Italian and honey-wheat ingredients, hand-tossed and fire-baked for an extra singe of authenticity. Sandwiches are also available in varieties such as the meatball hero ($7.95), and squealing sweet teeth can be sated by biting into the moist expanse of a fresh-baked jumbo carrot-cake cupcake ($3).
Guests at Caf? Vico find themselves dining under the watchful eyes of A-list celebrities, both past and present. That?s because nearly every inch of the eatery?s mustard-yellow walls is covered by black-and-white headshots of such famous faces as Marlon Brando and Michael Caine. These photos, along with a plethora of burnished wooden wine racks and baked terra-cotta floors, flow throughout each of Caf? Vico?s four dining rooms?the VIP room, the Old room, the Middle room, and the Coliseum room?tying the interior into a cohesive, welcoming space.
Chef and owner Marco Vico only enhances the restaurant?s visual appeal with his authentic, handcrafted Italian dishes and old-school charm?according to South Florida Food and Wine, he kisses the hand of every lady who walks in. The menu coddles sensory receptors with many classic entrees such as eggplant parmesan, veal piccata, and osso buco. Its real draw, however, is the fresh pasta, which the chef cuts into thick strips of fettuccini, round ravioli, or fancy bow ties for his attentive wait staff. An extensive wine list supplements Caf? Vico?s tasty eats with bottles from around the world and more than 20 varieties available by the glass, and a new bar area features live entertainment nightly.
?The standard question down here is, ?Don?t you ever get tired of doing this?? And we always say, ?It?s better than working?,? Captain Gary Bobrick says in a Sun Sentinel video. It's easy to believe that he enjoys his job because it usually involves piloting a sightseeing boat through Fort Lauderdale's river ways to point out celebrity mansions and massive luxury boats. In addition to views of prime real estate, his tours often afford glimpses of flitting manatees and iguanas lounging along the shores. On the vessel?s lower level, patrons can congregate in an air-conditioned dining room and replenish with tropical punch and ice cream. Along the way, Captain Bobrick or his tour guides impart anecdotes about cultural heavyweights, as well as the role waterways play in fueling the region?s legendary water-balloon fights.
From its skyscraper façade to its menu of New York–style pizzas, paninis named for famous landmarks, and Italian specialties to rival any Little Italy spot—Empire Pizza Café’s New York theme saturates every facet of the restaurant. Thin, crispy crust pizzas range from classic cheese to the creative, such as mashed-potato-bacon and chicken-marsala pies. Wine, bottled beers, and steamy cups of Lavazza cappuccino and espresso pair with upscale fare such as chicken and veal entrees, plates of pasta, and sautéed cummerbunds.:m]]
Located in the posh il Lugano Suite Hotel, da Campo Osteria offers a memorably luxe dining experience focusing on seasonal Tuscan dishes. The restaurant's impeccably designed interior features neat, contemporary décor and a warm, earthy color palate that helps to soothe inflamed stress nodes and gently waken dozing appetites. Guests can enjoy the cozy ambiance as they dine on the expertly crafted culinary creations of chef Todd English. Having established successful restaurants around the nation, Chef English is also a James Beard Foundation award winner and was even named one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People," a fact which ensures his meals are as handsome as they are delicious. Stop by and mellow with a glass of wine while sampling handcrafted pastas, fresh mozzarella prepared at tableside, and more from an always-shifting dinner menu.
The chefs at Ciao Pasta enlist farmers'-market ingredients, high-quality meats and seafood, and hand-crafted pasta sauces to create a menu of American and Italian favorites. Like a matronly kindergarten teacher, golden-fried-mozzarella morsels with marinara dipping sauce and loaded nachos piled high with spicy beef or chicken, black beans, pico de gallo, guacamole, cheese, and jalapeños, facilitate friendly sharing. Grilled shrimp, creamy house-made alfredo sauce, and fresh basil beckon to forks from atop a throne of bowtie, penne, wheat penne, or linguini pasta, and roast sirloin with grilled onion and mushrooms comforts bellies better than the promise of a new belt. Sips from the full bar’s lineup of bottled beers and drafts—such as Yuengling Lager ($4.70)—complement fare, and wine and specialty cocktails—such as frozen piña coladas and margaritas ($7)—cosset tongues in a frosty finish.
Since 1983, the staff at Antonino's Pizzeria & Restaurant has been flipping dough for Floridian pizza lovers alongside a menu of Italian classics. Diners devour discs in delicious diameters from 10" (from $6.99) to 16" (from $12.50), while valiant gobblers who aren't scared of an angle can create Sicilian masterpieces on a 16" by 16" canvas (from $14.25). The house's gourmet pizzas aid decision-making among families where everyone is the patriarch by including classic topping assemblies, such as the margherita ($9.00–$14.75)—made with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and garlic traversing a doughy terrain—and the white pizza ($8.25–$14.75)—uniting ricotta and mozzarella in a public demonstration of cheesy solidarity. Favorite ingredients are enveloped in a nine-inch bread hug on subs, such as the eggplant parmagiana ($5.99) or veal Milanese ($7.20), and dinner entrees, such as sautéed chicken francese ($12.99) and baked eggplant ($12.25), slay hunger abetted by accomplices including spaghetti, soup or salad, garlic rolls, and dinner forks with a grudge against being used for other meals. Lunch, served Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m., includes many of the same pizzas and Italian classics make up the dinner menu. No matter what the meal or occasion, wine ($4.00–$4.99) and sangria ($2.75) give mouths a rouge tint perfect for making kiss prints on love notes or receipts to remember.
Riverside Market's menu abounds with breakfast omelettes, savory sandwiches, flatbread pizzas, fresh salads, specialty sodas, and a selection of more than 250 craft beers, all served in an easygoing, neighborhood atmosphere. Morning munchers can select from eight oversized omelettes ($8), all whipped up fresh to order without butter or oil and paired with a potato and breakfast bread. Complete the morning fuel stop with a steaming cup of freshly ground, organic espresso, or coffee. Noontime and evening diners tantalize taste buds with a caprese salad, a fresh mozzarella, tomato, pesto, and basil blend drizzled with balsamic and olive oil ($6). Specialty sandwiches ($7–$9) piled with fresh fixings on a variety of bread options, such as flaky croissants or grilled panini bread. Feast on one of Riverside's 12-inch crispy flatbread pizzas, ranging from traditional pepperoni ($12) to barbeque chicken ($12), which is topped with gouda cheese, onions, and cilantro. Parched patrons can pick from more than 250 craft beers, a brewed bounty so vast that if the staff places all the bottles in a row, the lineup would stretch from Fort Lauderdale to Atlantis.
“Upscale dining at neighborhood prices,” with a full dinner menu of creatively prepared entrees, appetizers and bar favorites. Guests are greeted with an elegant, warm decor created by dark, exotic woods, a soothing color palette with soft lighting and a dramatic water feature. An expansive bar offers the perfect location
Pizzeria Panaretto was featured in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Broward-Palm Beach New Times. 88% of Urbanspooners like it and ten Yelpers give it a 4.5-star average:
Yelpers give Bellini's Coal Fired Pizza an average of three stars, and 83% of Urbanspooners recommend it.
Beneath proudly fluttering Italian and American flags, handcrafted New York–style pizzas and time-tested Italian dishes emerge from Johnny's New York Pizza's kitchen. From an outdoor patio, crispy thin crusts launch steam from homemade dough and fistfuls of toppings including mushrooms, genoa salami, and eggplant. Pasta strands teem with mussels, calamari marinara, or grilled chicken, and cold and hot hero sandwiches conceal veal cutlet and cheese-steak fixings. Checkered tables beg for customers to linger with marinara-festooned meals, and readymade pizza slices allow patrons to hastily pick up a meal or something to wave at passing ships to prove they have pizza.
More than 1,200 miles separate Corelli's Pizza and Pasta from New York City, though you wouldn't know from inside. Chefs Joe and David toss together generously sized New York–style pizzas; their medium pie measures 14 inches across and their extra-large pie measures one standard bigfoot foot: 18 inches. To help branch out from the standard pizza shop offerings, the kitchen staff also prepares pasta, sub sandwiches, and calzones and organizes a wine-tasting club.
Since 1979, the chefs at Bona Italian Restaurant have been baking pans of lasagna, tossing caesar salads, and piling sub sandwiches with Boar's Head deli meats. They craft Italian comfort food, topping linguine with mussels and clams and crowning pizzas with inventive blends of ingredients such as eggplant, bacon, and gorgonzola cheese. Beyond the plates of veal saltimbocca—cooked with white wine, prosciutto, and mozzarella—in the main dining area, a carefully selected vino menu can be found in the newly added wine bar. In addition to sips of grape-based libations, it offers high-top wooden tables and a flat-screen TV perfect for rolling-pin practice.