Italian Restaurants in Okemos

Up to 43% Off at Georgio's Pizza

East Lansing

$15 $8.50

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50+ inventive toppings, such as barbecue chicken and tortellini, speckle thin-crust pizzas served whole or by the slice until 3 a.m.

Up to Half Off Italian Cuisine at Tony M’s

Delta

$20 $11

Housemade Italian dishes such as fettuccine, spaghetti, and manicotti slathered in the Migaldi family’s secret-recipe sauce

34% Off Italian Food at Mancino's Pizza and Grinders

Springfield

$14 $9.25

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Specialty pies such as the bacon-cheeseburger pizza and seafood pizza with crab, shrimp, and garlic butter; meaty grinders and loaded salads

Domino's Pizza – Up to 49% Off

Multiple Locations

$15.79 $8

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Ubiquitous pizza franchise bakes classic pies with more than 37 toppings to choose from, accompanied by savory bread bites

Up to 56% Off for Pizza Meal at Bell's Pizza

Ann Arbor

$23.49 $11

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Creative pizza toppings include french fries and ground beef or chicken tenders and hot sauce

50% Off Pizza at Giardino's

Ann Arbor

$30 $15

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Hand-tossed or thin-crust pizzas and oven-baked sandwiches at a casual eatery where a chalkboard lists the day's menu options

Papa John's – 53% Off

Wixom

$36.48 $17

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Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from California-grown tomatoes; wings, breadsticks, and dessert pizza rounds out the meals

50% Off Pizza and Grinders at Bellacino's of Farmington

Downtown Farmington

$16 $8

Signature grinders served on freshly made bread alongside specialty pizzas and other pizzeria standards

Papa John's — $18 for Pizza Dinner

Farmington

$35.47 $18

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from California-grown tomatoes

40% Off Pizza and Chicken at The Tomato Kitchen

Sylvan Lake

$20 $12

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Pasta dishes such as spaghetti topped with housemade meat sauce; rib dinners plus chicken pizza topped with a caesar salad

Up to 51% Off at La Bistecca Italian Grille

Plymouth

$96 $58.75

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Piedmontese beef tips, roasted portobello caps with goat cheese, italian truffle mac 'n' cheese, and other Northern Italy–styled dishes

Up to 53% Off Italian-American Food at Station 885

Plymouth

$40 $20

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Classic entrees such as stone-fired pizzas, apple-glazed pork chops, and Great Lakes whitefish in a former Chesapeake freight house

Italian Cuisine at Tre Cugini

Heartside-Downtown

$50 $25

Freshly made gnocchi & ravioli play host to seasonal vegetables & rich sauces inside rustic, romantic eatery

Up to 51% Off at Chicago 7 Pizzeria

Cascade

$10.77 $5.33

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Authentic Chicago-style deep dish and hot dogs along with burgers, subs, and hand-tossed pizza

50% Off at Joe's Pizza King

Grand Rapids

$10 $5

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Specialty pizzas include the Volcano with ham, bacon, pineapple, and jalapeño, alongside pastas topped with housemade spaghetti sauce

40% Off at Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Grand Rapids

$20 $12

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Specialty pizzas, paninis, and Mexican specialties pair with pints of craft beer amid the glimmer of HD screens in a newly renovated space

Up to 50% Off at Noto's Old World Italian Dining

Cascade

$50 $27.50

Starters of prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella lead into Italian entrees such as chicken breast with tomato pesto or the chef's special risotto

Up to 50% Off Italian Food at Jaspare's Pizza

Kalamazoo

$10 $5

Italian-American dishes such as oven-baked ziti with homemade sauce, 21 different subs, and 3 pizza crusts to choose from

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To craft Sir Pizza’s trademark borderless pizzas, dough-disguising chefs pile savory meats, cheeses, and veggies toppings atop toasty crusts from edge to edge. Gourmet favorites ($8.10 for small) include a genre-crossing taco pizza, as well as the royal feast, which invites patrons to crown their tongues or tablemate's head with a treasure trove of pepperoni, sausage, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, and a blend of two cheeses. Appease single-flavor cravings with a one-item pan pizza ($8.99 for a large) or a 10-piece order of jumbo Sir Schwings ($8) spun in hot or mild sauce. Even baked spuds ($5.65) don stately duds at Sir Pizza, with cloaks ranging from the classic bacon and cheddar combination to the extraordinarily elegant mix of mushrooms and brown gravy.

1500 W Lake Lansing Rd
East Lansing,
MI
US

Athletic aficionados soak in sporty showings on more than 20 TVs at the casual downtown eatery with a menu of tasty American eats. Slide into a stadium of starters, such as potato skins ($6.99) and spicy crab bits peppered with pops of jalapeños ($6.99), or down a spinach and artichoke dough disk, a pizza sporting the cheesy appetizer in lieu of sauce ($11.99). An all-star team of burger slingers catapult a multitude of choices, such as the Santa Fe burger bolstered by tangy chipotle mayo, the salami- and feta-fraught mediterranean burger, and the salmon burger, all served with fries ($8.99 each). The innovative grilled chicken alfredo penne ($9.99) and meatball parmesan grinders ($8.99) revamp Italian originals into contemporary American fare, thus infusing noshes with confusing feelings about their ambiguous origins.

420 E Michigan Ave
Lansing,
MI
US

The skilled chefs at Falsetta’s Casa Nova mingle Old and New World recipes in a menu laden with specialty pizzas, juicy steak, and burgers. To pep up palates, patrons can play table shuffleboard with crispy fried mushrooms ($5.99) or craft a topographical map of Pennsylvania atop a philly cheesesteak specialty pizza ($10.95–$14.99). As waiters arrive from beyond brick partitions, their arms release heaping plates of edible comfort, such as the spinach manicotti drenched in green-speckled cream sauce and bubbling blankets of cheese ($9.49). Half-pound burgers ($6.99) and pesto-encrusted salmon ($12.99) make tongues dance under the gleam of stained glass light fixtures, and the Jack Daniels–glazed filet mignon ($15.99) allows diners a rare peak into a Tennessee gentleman’s flask with 8 ounces of tender, charbroiled steak.

138 S Waverly Rd
Lansing,
MI
US

Each day, Marco's churns out freshly concocted sauces and house-made dough to construct an assortment of palate-pleasing pies. The menu offers a strategic conglomeration of carnivorous delicacies, whimsical veggies, and a gooey triumvirate of cheese. With 17 different toppings to choose from, meat moguls can make their selection from eight different types of meat, ensuring enough protein to conquer a hoard of bloodthirsty Visigoths intent on sacking the Imperial LEGO forum. Lettuce and Lotus-eaters, meanwhile, can enjoy the vegetarian bliss of discus dressed in accessories such as peppers, olives, onions, pineapple, or mushrooms. But first, regardless of diet, Groupon holders can inform their bellies of pizza's imminent arrival with a trumpeting herald of cheezybread: warm, fresh-baked slices of bread laboring under three layers of melted cheese, topped with garlic butter and served with a side of dipping sauces.

4320 S Cedar St
Lansing,
MI
US

Lansing's original sports bar assuages appetites with a broad menu backdropped by big-screen sports and quirky regulars who all play the wacky neighbor in reality's long-running sitcom. Warm up flavor feelers with an appetizer sampler ($8.95) of onion rings, chicken fingers, fried mushrooms, and mozzarella sticks before insulating stomachs against poorly aimed cannonballs with a bacon cheeseburger ($5.75) or chili dog ($4.25). Art's popular homemade deluxe pizza ($15.50–$18.50)—adorned with pepperoni, ham, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and olives—keeps groups of competitive friends sated between rounds on the bar's shuffleboard, dartboards, and Michigan Lottery machine. Wash down any repast with a massive 32-ounce beer shooper ($4.15), which treats drinkers to the giddy thrill of chugging a fishbowl without the hassle of choking on another miniature castle.

809 E Kalamazoo St
Lansing,
MI
US

Geno’s Pizzeria is an East Coast–style pizza parlor, specializing in foldable slices made with dough baked fresh daily. Open a chow down session with garlic knots ($4.25), which covers all areas of the pizzeria food pyramid including, garlic, butter, olive oil, parsley, basil, and romano. Inside the kitchen, crust commandos toss pies by hand and crush San Marzano–style tomatoes for the eatery’s distinct sauce. The menu offers specialty creations such as the salami, pepperoni, ham and veggies hoagie pie (14”, $17), as well as many triangular slice choices ($3 for one or $5.50 for two), accommodating stomachs not far along enough in Geometry to digest an entire circle. The pie shop provides a comfortable respite with brick walls and a taste bud attracting display case of pizzas kept behind glass to protect them from sneezes and desperate salami thieves.

208 S Washington Sq
Lansing,
MI
US