Italian Restaurants in Pittsburg

49% Off Meals at Giant New York Pizza

Vallejo

$29.21 $15

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The pizzeria lives up to its name by pairing giant, thin-crust pizzas with caesar salads and fountain sodas

Up to 47% Off Italian Dinner for Two at Ristorante Due Rose

Pinole

$66.15 $35

(133)

Two courses of rustic, pan-regional Italian home cooking include options with homemade pasta and house-baked bread

50% Off at Blondie's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

(1288)

Barbecue chicken, mushroom, Carnivore, and vegetarian pizzas by the pie or the slice

Half Off at Marco's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

(46)

Pizzas crafted with housemade dough and secret-recipe sauce with bread topped with cheese and garlic butter

Pizza salgada e doce na Boníssima

R$ 43,00 R$ 19,90

  • 20 tipos de pizzas salgadas e 4 de pizzas doces
  • Válido para todos os dias da semana

Up to 51% Off Dinner at Pasta Pelican

Alameda

$70 $35

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Fettuccine alfredo, pan-seared chicken, and pepperoni pizza served in a waterfront restaurant with views of the Oakland–Alameda Estuary

$8.49 for Large Pizza at Straw Hat Pizza

Tracy

$16.99 $8.49

Devour a large one-topping pizza at a pizzeria with an arcade, big-screen TVs, and nine different beers on tap

Casual Food at David's Pizza

Lakeview

$34.30 $17

Casual meals in this relaxed eatery include a soup or salad, grilled entrees or pasta dishes, and soda

Up to 50% Off at Pizza California

Multiple Locations

$35 $20

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Classic pizza combinations such as ham and pineapple, plus create-your-own options and signature pies including creamy pesto chicken

Papa John's Pizza – Up to 49% Off Pizza and Ice Cream

Multiple Locations

$25.73 $13

Pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes, plus local IT'S-IT ice-cream sandwiches

40% Off Italian Cuisine at Rose Pistola

North Beach

$50 $30

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Local farmers and fishermen deliver the seasonal ingredients for pasta, pizza, seafood, and steak dishes

Up to 33% Off at Gaspare's Pizza House & Italian Restaurant

San Francisco

$40 $27

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Native Sicilian smothers thin-crust pizzas with mozzarella and pairs those with classic Italian pastas

30% Off at Escape From New York Pizza – Castro St. Location

Castro

$20 $14

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Make a custom pizza with toppings such as roasted garlic, jalapenos, and applewood-smoked bacon, or order one of 14 specialty pies

Half Off at Personal Pizzas and Italian Food at Kezar Pizzetta

Ashbury Heights

$20 $10

Smaller, personally sized pizzas topped with a rotating selection of cheeses and charcuterie; menu also includes bruschetta and limoncello

Up to 59% Italian Cuisine at Volare Trattoria

North Beach

$84 $35

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Glasses of Italian and Californian wine complement Sicilian-inspired entees such as crab cioppino and veal scaloppini

Up to 50% Off Villa d'Este Italian Restaurant

Merced Manor

$30 $15

Escargot makes way for nine pasta dishes, veal parmigiana & broiled new york steak at Italian restaurant in business since 1978

50% Off at Giovanni's Pizza Bistro

Bernal Heights

$30 $15

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This friendly, neighborhood pizza joint cranks out hand-tossed pies with toppings like shrimp and bechamel or organic greens and pesto

Up to 48% Off Italian Food at Michelangelo Ristorante & Caffe

North Beach

$67 $38.50

(288)

Italian-born chef makes gnocchi from scratch, using potato, egg, and a dash of nutmeg

Half Off Italian Food at Cinecittà Ristorante & Bar

North Beach

$10 $5

(253)

Native Roman crafts dishes from her grandfather’s recipes, particularly specialty pizzas with toppings such as brie, spicy salami, and clams

Up to 51% Off Pizzeria Cuisine

San Francisco

$5 $2.50

Chefs make pies by hand, covering them with pesto, tomato sauce, canadian bacon, and mozzarella

$10 for Pizza and Chicken at Woodbridge Pizzeria

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Garlic Lovers pies share table space with broaster chicken, frog legs, and housemade cheesecake in a cozy pizzeria that offers free delivery

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Though the flavorful combinations are seemingly endless, there's one thing you can count on from the pizza at Bravos Pizza & Italian restaurant: freshly baked crust topped with whole-milk mozzarella and creamy sauces. Chefs create a multitude of options by customizing pies from the crust up. They smear the pies with a choice of red, white, garlic, or barbecue sauces, which they then top with ingredients as different as pineapple and artichokes. To create their specialty pizzas, they combine complementary flavors, such as the seafood combo's shrimp, baby clams, and garlic over a white-sauce base. But the chefs don't just make pizzas. They also craft traditional Italian favorites, from veal scallopini to fettucini tossed in pesto. Diners can enjoy meals while sipping wine or beer as they watch the restaurant's big-screen TV to figure out which sports team has the strongest t-shirt cannon.

2961 Railroad Ave
Pittsburg,
CA
US

Aladino’s Pizza is a family owned establishment that focuses to bring you only the freshest ingredients. We have eight T.V.s including one fifty-five inch, that always are showing the big games! We offer a salad bar that is always stocked with the freshest vegetables.

1324 Sunset Dr
Antioch,
CA
US

The appetizer list at Bravo Bistro touts a world of choices, almost literally. Fresh ahi tuna with crunchy wontons sits just beneath salmon carpaccio, giving way to shrimp and scallop ceviche and pomme frites drizzled in truffle oil. The international influence stems from owner and chef Habib El Jacifi, who learned to execute French, Spanish, and Mediterranean recipes growing up in Casablanca, Morocco. Contra Costa Times reviewer Ann Tatko-Peterson had admired Habib’s work at his first restaurant, Fiore, and a visit to Bravo inspired her to gush that the bistro is "proof that experience can lead to perfection.” According to Ann, diners might be loath to efface artfully presented dishes such as gamberi with tiger shrimp and crab, but in doing so will taste a creamy parmesan she likened to the best sauces from Italy. The menu’s entrees are mostly Italian, but patrons will notice subtly multicultural accents such as the apple chutney that sweetens the pork chops or the saffron sauce and caramelized onions that crown the oven-roasted chicken. Sunday brunch furthers the gastronomic globetrotting as diners trek through a prix fixe menu that has featured croissants, chicken penne pesto, quiche, and braised beef stew.

1050 Contra Costa Blvd
Pleasant Hill,
CA
US

Toscana Ristorante may have opened only in 2006, but chef Samuel Figueroa's culinary chops are of a much thicker cut. Over the course of a 17-year career, which includes a degree from the School of Italian Food Art in Rome, he's honed a large repertoire of traditional Italian fare. In Toscana's kitchen, he and his staff flavor fillets of salmon and veal with accents such as blackberry, lemon butter, and fresh sage. Fillings such as pumpkin, shrimp, and shiitake mushroom stuff raviolis, and marinara and alfredo sauces slather pastas.

Servers transport these and other plates past enormous arched windows in the dining room, which has a floor crisscrossed with elegant arcs of natural light. Racks and shelves behind the blond-wood bar supply white-clothed tables with bottles of wine and spirits. Alternatively, on the verdant outdoor patio, overhanging foliage provides shade for customers and free dessert for their docile pet giraffes.

2151 Salvio St. Suite I
Concord,
CA
US

Sapore Ristorante's chef and owner, Miguel Zaragoza, instills his recipes with a passion for Italian fare that he has fostered since childhood. He and his practiced team expertly fashion Old-World entrees such as chicken marsala and seafood pastas, and desserts such as homemade tiramisu woo sweet teeth more effectively than love notes scrawled on tablecloths in buttercream frosting.

1500 Monument Blvd
Concord,
CA
US

Pizzas heated over a wood fire and fresh selections of meat and seafood entertain the taste buds of visitors seeking a Tuscan dining experience at Grissini Trattoria. The restaurant's nimble-handed kitchen collaborators top caesar salad with calamari ($12), and smother blank crusts in house-smoked chicken and barbecue sauce on the smoked chicken pizza to proteinize a power lunch ($14). Dinner delicacies, meanwhile, can be preceded by an antipasto of butternut squash ravioli ($9.50), or beef carpaccio, sliced paper thin and served with aged parmesan and a toasted baguette ($9.50). The accommodating staff will cheerfully explain the differences between penne and ziti and demonstrate which noodle can be interlocked into better action figures while you cleanse your physical and metaphorical palate with shrimp linguine ($17) or veal saltimbocca ($24).

1970 Diamond Blvd
Concord,
CA
US