Italian Restaurants in Palatka

$10 for Italian Food at Big Lou's New York Style Pizzeria

Big Lou's New York Style Pizzeria

Gainesville

$20 $10

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New York-style mediterranean and barbecue-chicken pizzas served up hot alongside meaty lasagna, calzones, and italian subs

Up to 50% Off Italian Fare and Drinks at DeVinci's

DeVinci's

Ormond Beach

$24 $12

Culinary artists craft family recipes hailing from Palermo and Sicily, accompanying pastas, and New York–style pizza with robust wines

Up to 52% Off Italian Cuisine at Mara Cucina Italiana

Mara Cucina Italiana

Wellington

$40.82 $25

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Fried calamari, caprese panini with fries and a balsamic reduction, and steak stromboli

50% Off at Lil Anthony's Pizza

Lil Anthony's Pizza

Groveland

$14 $7

Buffalo chicken pizza, Mediterranean pizza, and bianca pizza; pastas including baked ziti, linguini and clam sauce, and manicotti

Up to 40% Off at King Pizza & Mediterranean

King Pizza & Mediterranean

East Daytona

$24.90 $15

Large pizzas from traditional pepperoni to creative gyro-feta anchor meals that also include breadsticks

$11 for Italian Food at Vino’s Pizza Grill House

Vino's Pizza

Vino's Pizza Old Baymeadows

$20 $11

Homemade marinara sauce adorns New York–style pizzas and Italian pasta dishes such as lasagna and baked ziti

Up to 45% Off at Paganos Pizzeria

Paganos Pizzeria

South Daytona

$39.75 $22

Dining room decked out in New Jersey memorabilia fills with aromas of traditional Italian dishes

45% Off at CupPasta

CupPasta

Multiple Locations

$10 $5.50

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Seven types of from-scratch pasta, made fresh in front of guests and paired with a choice of seven homemade sauces like pesto and bolognese

Half Off at Filomena's Pizzeria & Ristorante

Filomena's Pizzeria & Ristorante

Lake Mary

$40 $20

Brooklyn-style pizza headlines menu of classic Italian cuisine including seafood, veal entrees, and calzones

Up to 51% Off Pizzeria Fare at Pizza 2 Go

Pizza 2 Go

Longwood

$20 $11

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Creative pizza combinations pile toppings onto pizzas up to 16" and wings come with one of four sauces

Half Off at Romansa Restaurant, Wine Bar & Lounge

Romansa Restaurant, Wine Bar & Lounge

Longwood

$24 $12

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Casual wine bar showcases dishes from America, the Mediterranean, and across Europe

40% Off at Venus Pizzeria

Venus Pizzeria

Altamonte Springs

$25 $15

Eatery offers large New York–style pizzas, available as pies or by the slice, along with other Italian food and buffalo wings

Up to 51% Off at Pannullo's Italian Restaurant

Pannullo's Italian Restaurant

Winter Park

$65.85 $35

Traditional Italian dishes in cream and wine sauces served in a Tuscan-style eatery amid exposed brick and arched doorways

Up to 52% Off Meal for Two or Catering at Italio

Italio

Winter Park

$21.86 $12

Diners build their own pasta bowls, salad bowls, or flatbreads; catered platters feed up to 18 people

50% Off at I Love NY Pizza Restaurant Bar & Grill

I Love NY Pizza Restaurant Bar & Grill

Clermont

$30 $15

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New York-style pizza pies, as well as calzones, pasta, chicken, and veal entrees

Up to 46% Off at Rossi's Pizza & Pasta

Rossi's Pizza & Pasta

South Florida Shores

$18 $10

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Stuffed and double-decker pizzas pair with more than 26 draft beers in a restaurant has been crafting delicious Italian dishes since 1965

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at Café Trastevere

Café Trastevere

Central Business District

$40 $20

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Chefs dish up Northern and Southern Italian eats in a cozy, villa-like building nestled amongst Floridian greenery

50% Off at Pasquale's Italian Restorante

Pasquale's Italian Restorante

Vista East

$30 $15

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Homemade eggplant rollatini and lasagna share table space with New York–style pizzas topped with olives, mushrooms, sausage, and pepperoni

$11 for New York Pizza and Italian Entrees at NYPD Pizza

NYPD Pizza

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

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Italian eatery serves New York pizza, pasta dishes, and fresh garden salads

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Framed black-and-white pictures fill the lemon-yellow and terra-cotta-red walls in Fratelli's Restaurant, evoking the casual ambiance of a family dining room beside the Mediterranean. The chefs demonstrate a similar commitment to homestyle comfort by faithfully re-creating familiar Italian-American staples. Ricotta-stuffed shells bake beneath a layer of mozzarella and marinara, and marsala sauce adds an extra dose of flavor to sautéed veal loin, chicken breast, or sliced rib-eye steak. Occasional maritime influences also work their way into the menu, as in the case of the housemade crab cakes and the shrimp or scallops in a spicy red sauce made with magma-marinated peppers.

415 Anastasia Blvd
Saint Augustine,
FL
US

The aliment artisans at the family-owned New York Pizza Company handcraft a menu of cheesy pies, sandwiches, calzones, and salads for midday and evening escapes to the Big Apple. Dough spinners knead and toss resilient pizza bases, which are then cooked to a customizable level of crispiness in a fiery stone oven; pizza is available with either original hand-tossed or thin crust. Mozzarella, italian herbs, and scratch-made sauce festoon the famous cheese pie ($5.99–$13.99), while italian sausage and pepperoni form a meat mosaic on The Deluxe pie ($7.99–$19.99), aptly enjoyed on-site or glued to a bedroom ceiling in lieu of glow-in-the-dark stars. Fresh calzones ($7.99–$8.99) buttress the bill of fare along with hero sandwiches such as the italian hero ($7.99), which is served hot or cold to assuage crippling fears of room temperature.

163 Palencia Village Dr
Saint Augustine,
FL
US

When racecar lovers get together to open a pizza place, RPM Pizza is what happens. The eatery keeps it casual—customers order signature stuffed pizzas or wings slathered in sauce at a walk-up counter, and the parking lot's pit crew is clad in flip-flops. To support its "go big or go home" attitude, staff members named pizzas after their favorite sport, with specialty pies including the Checker Flag, sprinkled with pepperoni and sausage, or the Burnout, with jalapeno, honey-habanero chicken, and savory tire marks.

1100 Idlewild Ave
Green Cove Springs,
FL
US

Enthralled with the art of pizza-making, a trio of college students opened the first Mellow Mushroom 37 years ago in a former liquor establishment. Popularity bred new locations, doling out stone-baked pizzas sprinkled with unusual ingredients such as broccoli, pineapple, pesto chicken, caramelized onions, provolone cheese, and banana peppers. Chefs express their subconscious hoarding problems by stuffing a host of ingredients inside of calzones and hoagies, whose hearty compositions may be offset by crisp salads. Mellow Mushroom remains open late for night owls and offers catering services to help keep company meetings and divorce parties stress-free.

1800 Town Center Blvd
Orange Park,
FL
US

Making pizza requires a pretty standard order: dough, sauce, cheese, toppings, bake. But for The Infielder, the signature 16-inch pizza at The Infield Pizzeria & Sports Bar, cooks scramble up the process. After shaping a hunk of hand-tossed dough into a square, they add toppings and mozzarella cheese before baking the pie. Once the pizza is out of the oven, the culinary team adds sauce and sprinkles of pecorino romano cheese.

The rest of the menu fulfills more traditional pizzeria expectations, from honey barbecue chicken pies to meatball parmesan subs with half a pound of meat. An extensive beer and wine selection can compelment each feast, as do five 50-inch televisions broadcasting the latest games. For kids, pre- and post-meal entertainment includes an in-house arcade, made-to-order cotton candy, and a bounce house every Wednesday.

330 College Dr
Orange Park,
FL
US

In the early 1900s, when firewood was a valuable commodity, a light bulb went off inside a resourceful baker's head: why not try coal? Hence was born a different kind of pizza––one with a smoky, barbequed flavor and the pure heart of a coal miner's daughter. Pompeii Coal Fired Pizza takes this idea and gives it a modern pep talk, marrying oak wood and Pennsylvania-shipped anthracite coal to bake up old-style pizzas in a stifling 850-degree brick oven.

Electricity takes a vacation as these furnaces evenly smoke thickly-sauced pastas, deli-style sandwiches, and housemade pizza dough. If Italy's anthem doesn't ring in your ears after eating golden focaccia bread and imported Italian ingredients, you can grab a gondola oar and help the chef pound out a night's worth of juicy 8-ounce burgers.: In the early 1900s, when firewood was a valuable commodity, a light bulb went off inside a resourceful baker's head: why not try coal? Hence was born a different kind of pizza––one with a smoky, barbequed flavor and the pure heart of a coal miner's daughter. Pompeii Coal Fired Pizza takes this idea and gives it a modern pep talk, marrying oak wood and Pennsylvania-shipped anthracite coal to bake up old-style pizzas in a stifling 850-degree brick oven.

Electricity takes a vacation as these furnaces evenly smoke thickly-sauced pastas, deli-style sandwiches, and housemade pizza dough. If Italy's anthem doesn't ring in your ears after eating golden focaccia bread and imported Italian ingredients, you can grab a gondola oar and help the chef pound out a night's worth of juicy 8-ounce burgers.

2134 Park Ave
Orange Park,
FL
US