Italian Restaurants in Paradise Valley

Pizza and Beer for Two or Four at Rosati's Pizza (Up to 59% Off)

Rosati's Pizza

Troon North

Revered century-old franchise specializes in thin-crust and Chicago-style pies paired with draft and bottled beers

$29.05 $12

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New York–Style Pizza, Pasta, and Drinks at Lorenzo's Pizza & Pasta (Up to 48% Off). Three Options Available.

Lorenzo's Pizza & Pasta

Scottsdale

Hearty Italian eats such as calzones, chicken cacciatore, fried calamari, and various pasta dishes pair with beer and wine

$25 $13

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Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four, or Take-Out at Rare Earth Pizza and Wine Bar (Up to 46% Off)

Rare Earth Pizza and Wine Bar

Troon North

Handmade pizzas and wine by the glass or bottle served in second-story dining room or on picturesque deck

$50 $27

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$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Pizza and Drinks at Pizza Me! ($24 Total Value)

Pizza Me!

McCormick Ranch

Eatery dishes out pizzas such as barbecue chicken, Caliente with jalapeños, and Trilogy with pepperoni, meatballs, and italian sausage

$12 $7

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Pizza, Salads, Small Plates, and Drinks at Revo Pizzabar (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Revo Pizzabar

Tempe

Build-your-own pizza and mac ‘n’ cheese and pizzas topped in goat cheese, proscuitto, and truffle oil; and pesto, feta, and kalamata olives

$20 $13

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Pizzeria Fare at Zesty Zzeeks Pizza & Wings (47% Off). Two Options Available.

Zesty Zzeeks Pizza & Wings

Multiple Locations

Cooks top pizzas with a range of classic and unconventional ingredients, from fresh Italian sausage to buffalo chicken

$30 $16

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Italian Dinner or Take-Out at Anzio's Italian Restaurant (Up to 43% Off). Three Options Available.

Anzio's Italian Restaurant

North Mountain

Anzio's Italian Restaurant serves classic dishes including chicken parmigiana, shrimp linguine, and gourmet pizzas.

$30 $17

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Three-Course Seasonal Italian Meal for Two or Four or $14 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Solo Trattoria

Solo Trattoria

Esplnade Phoenix

Fresh, seasonal menu using local, Arizona ingredients puts handmade pastas, thin-crust pizzas, and Niman Ranch steaks under the spotlight

$76 $41

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$26 for $40 Worth of Italian Food, Pizza, and Drinks at Pizza Heaven Bistro

Pizza Heaven Bistro

Windsor Square

Pizzas support any combination of 40 toppings including five sauce styles along with calzones & pastas; gluten-free & vegan menus

$40 $26

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$16 for Two Groupons, Each Good for Two Pizzas at Boka Pizza ($32 Value)

Boka Pizza

Downtown Phoenix

Customers create their own pizzas on-site; pie-lovers choose the sauce and toppings, chefs bake it up

$16 $8

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Sandwiches at Florencia Pizza Bistro

Florencia Pizza Bistro

Ahwatukee

Tomato sauce, pesto, and olive oil ready thin-crust pizzas to carry classic and specialty toppings, such as artichoke hearts and chorizo

$20 $11

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$20 for $40 Worth of Food at Francisco's Brick Pizza & Pita's

Francisco's Brick Pizza & Pita's

Chandler

Chefs fire 18 kinds of pizza in a brick oven, including italian-sausage and bacon-cheeseburger varieties

$20 $11

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$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food for Lunch or Dinner at Twisted Italian

Twisted Italian

Peoria

Chicken-pesto pizza, housemade meatball sandwiches, and eggplant parmigiana with bruschetta

$20 $11

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$12 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at La Bona Pasta

La Bona Pasta

Coldwater Station Shopping Center

More than a dozen specialty pasta dishes share menu space with tempting veal and seafood choices such as shrimp scampi in champagne sauce

$20 $12

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The warmth of a loving family permeates the atmosphere of Cove Trattoria, as parents Vinny and Barbara Monica sustain their celebrated eatery with the help of their children, Heather and Daryl. The kitchen's brick ovens exude a similar warmth as they heat homemade dough into signature 13-inch pizzas topped with blends of shrimp and tomato vodka cream sauce or sweet italian sausage matched with caramelized onions. Lunch visitors dig into easily shared salads featuring grilled salmon or calamari or fill up on warmly pressed panini and hearty sandwiches built with traditional Italian deli meats and fluffy focaccia bread using the blueprints for Marco Polo's sturdiest ship. Dainty bites of seafood antipasti tickle the tongues of evening diners before they curl forks around the cavatelli, linguine, and ricotta-filled shells that populate pasta selections. As entrees of slow-cooked halibut, filet mignon, and pork chops please palates and massage uvulas, glasses of red and white wine rinse mouths for more bites and bubbling postdinner conversation.

7001 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

7000 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Fran Mancuso got her first job in the restaurant industry when her family opened an italian-ice shop in 1969. The 14-year-old Fran did her schoolwork between tables, but those shifts led her to a lifelong career. As the dessert parlor became a gourmet Italian restaurant, which in turn became a franchise of restaurants in Arizona and California, Fran moved up the ranks to become the director of operations for Mancuso Restaurants Inc. Bobby's serves the Old-World Italian cuisine that the family has honed for decades in a modern lounge setting that can play host to a lively night out or a romantic meal.

From tables in the two-floor lounge, patrons dig into their Italian-style dinners of natural pork, milk-fed veal, cage-free chickens, and fresh seafood shipped in daily. Crab-stuffed mushrooms whet appetites for housemade gnocchi with veal meatballs and pistachio-crusted lamb chops. The carefully designed interior blends old Hollywood and Las Vegas–style glamour, bathed in red, orange, and blue lights. Guests walk up a curving staircase to enjoy the second-story area surrounded by gauzy curtains parted to grant clear views of a wall covered with portraits of famous musicians named Bob. Live music fills the air nightly with live jazz, R & B, and blues from musicians who genuinely have the blues.

7122 E Greenway Pkwy
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Arrivederci co-founder Franco was born in Sorrento, a seaside village in Southern Italy where he began studying Italian food. Over the next 25 years, Franco honed his craft and began imagining a health-conscious style of Italian cuisine that focuses on fresh ingredients, no preservatives, and more veggies. After being named "Master of Italian Cuisine" by the Italian Council of Chefs, Franco met his current business partner, Max, and began putting his ideas into practice.

The walls of Arrivederci's dining room are covered with sketched murals and stenciled roman lettering, leading first-time visitors to wonder if the entire restaurant was crafted in an artist's studio. Earthen clay tiles guide the eye to a wooden bar with painted accents of wreaths, angels, and full wine glasses that tempt the hands of the gullible. White tablecloths boast thinly sliced salmon and beef carpaccios, twirled and rolled pasta dishes, and veal and chicken entrees in delicate wine sauces. After finishing off a wine bottle in the cozy sun porch, guests can get a closer look at the dining room's murals, which feature traditional Roman scenes of chiseled gladiators drinking tea and dishing the latest tunic trends.

7101 E Thunderbird Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Visitors to La Torretta Ristorante are immediately confronted with visions of Old World Italy. Classical imagery permeates every inch, from a large mural depicting a lounging woman under the watch of joyful putti, to a stained-glass reproduction of Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam. The patio offers more naturalistic views of the McDowell Mountains, as well as nightly glimpses of the maintenance crew that flips the power-on switch for each sunset. The restaurant's bill of fare also appeals to traditionalists. House specialties include the New Zealand rack of lamb, served with roasted potatoes, tomatoes, and fresh mint jelly, as well as the pollo farcitio formaggio quattro—a boneless chicken breast that's stuffed with prosciutto, mascarpone, fontina, and gruyere and then doused in a marsala-mushroom demi-glaze. Grape sippers can pore over an expansive wine list, searching for the American or Italian bottle that includes the tastiest miniature ship.

16640 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Donili Pizza Kitchen backs up a repertoire of hand-tossed and globally themed pizzas with rustic Italian fare crafted with organic produce from the Scottsdale farmers' market. Wraparound booths and tables draped in red support buffalo wings in four different sauces, calzones, and classic pasta dishes. The menu divides pizza offerings into two sections—traditional rounds are slathered with one of a dozen sauces, from wasabi to basil oil, and piled with a selection of more than 25 toppings. The international pizza, like the U.N.'s recreational boxing league, features two global representatives each day, such as the China pizza with an orange glaze sauce beneath chicken or beef, stir-fried vegetables, and rice. An international collection of wines as well as draft and bottled beers wet patrons' whistles so they may better call party fouls.

8018 E Thomas Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
USA