Italian Restaurants in Pittsfield

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at Portofino's

Latham

$25 $13

(84)

Linguine and sautéed meatballs made in-house according to recipes passed down over generations

Half Off Italian at Valente’s Restaurant 

Watervliet

$40 $20

(15)

Generations-old recipes mix with new creations for dishes such as mac ’n’ cheese with pork or seafood, char-grilled steaks, and veal

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Mulino's Restaurant

Northampton

$40 $20

Hearty portions of pasta, meat, and seafood served in sophistication on second story of the Baystate Hotel

Up to 48% Off at Brickhouse Pizza & Grille

Clifton Park

$25 $13

(17)

Wood-fired pizza and housemade pasta are served at an eatery with trivia and live music on select nights

Up to 47% Off at Ninoss Pizzeria Restaurant

Hampton Ponds Plaza

$20 $11

Pizza by the pie or slice served alongside salad, pasta, and gargantuan sandwiches not for the faint of appetite

$11 for Pizza at Home Style Pizza

Schenectady

$20 $11

Chefs craft brick-oven pies with 20+ toppings, layer meat between fresh bread, and cook Sicilian-style fare in family eatery open since 1972

Up to 44% off at Domino's Pizza

Ludlow

$30 $17

Ubiquitous pizza franchise bakes classic pies with more than 37 toppings to choose from accompanied by garlic-laden breadsticks or bites

Half Off Italian Cuisine at The Villa Rose

Ludlow

$30 $15

(6)

Menu of Italian cuisine includes pecan-crusted chicken and chunks of Maine lobster stirred into creamy risotto

Up to 50% Off Italian Food at Little Mazen Pizza

Simsbury

$20 $11

(7)

Hearty Italian-American dishes such as meat lasagna with garlic bread, chicken parmesan grinders, and white clam pizza with bacon

50% Off Italian Food at Marco's Restaurant

Tariffville

$24 $12

Diners enjoy Italian specialties, such as lasagna, fettuccine primavera, and a variety of gourmet pizzas, in a cozy, minimalist dining room

50% Off Fresh Seafood & Italian at Pastori’s Restaurant & Bar

Ellington

$40 $20

(19)

Menu includes shrimp santorini, eggplant parmigiana, chicken and broccoli alfredo pizza, veal-cutlet grinder, sea scallops, and tuna steak

Up to 51% Off at Pizzeria DaVinci

Ellington

$22 $11

(15)

Baked-potato pizza topped with bacon and sour cream, Lunch Box with peanut butter, provolone, and bacon, and Renaissance with prosciutto

50% Off at Maciavelli's Italian Restaurant

Southington

$40 $20

(14)

Eatery uses only the freshest ingredients to create Italian cuisine such as eggplant rollatini, pollo marsala, and buffalo chicken pizza

50% Off Pizza at Randy's Wooster St. Pizza Shop

Manchester

$25 $12.50

(61)

Handcrafted pizzas in more than 30 styles include the infamous 22-inch stuffed Challenger pie that appeared on Man Vs. Food

50% Off Pizza at Boston's Manchester

Manchester

$30 $15

(28)

14 varieties of gourmet pizza headline extensive spread of fresh eats inside family-friendly restaurant outfitted with lively sports bar

47% Off Italian Food and Drinks at Bacco's Restaurant

Waterbury

$30 $16

(14)

Pizzas, char-grilled steaks, and specialties such as veal saltimbocca rolled with prosciutto; cold drinks at a roomy bar

Up to 49% Off at Pizzeria DaVinci

Cobalt

$18.50 $10

Specialty pizzas include baked potato with sour cream; bacon & egg; steak & cheese; & tomato basil, all served from newly renovated location

Up to 53% Off at Pizzeria DaVinci

Rockfall

$22.17 $11

Family recipe makes thin-crust dough, which is then topped with ingredients such as eggplant, sweet peppers, meatballs, and bacon

Up to 52% Off at Roma Pizza & Restaurant

Middletown

$29.15 $14

Eatery dishes out two dozen gourmet pizzas like the breakfast pizza with scrambled eggs along with chicken and veal dishes, wraps, and pasta

Up to 48% Off at Marcella's Family Restaurant

Glenville

$20 $11

Family restaurant serves up a variety of Italian and American classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including pastas, burgers, and subs

Papa John's – Up to 54% Off Carry-Out Pizza

Multiple Locations

$21.82 $10

Hand-tossed thin- or original-crust pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes and up to seven toppings

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The sage chefs of Trattoria Il Vesuvio's kitchen use recipes passed on through generations to coax rich, classic flavors from a menu of traditional Italian dishes. The melanzane alla griglia ($8.99) plates paper-thin slices of eggplant marinated in garlic, mint, and red-wine vinegar for up to three days before being grilled and ultimately served cold, like a polar bear's revenge. Baby clams and mussels coast across waves of red-wine tomato sauce and linguini in the fra diavolo ($20.99), while culinary architects lay a foundation of homemade pasta beneath load-bearing layers of eggplant, braised spinach, and cheese to create the lasagna di verdure ($18.99). Wield sharpened steak knives to slice through 12 ounces of sirloin coated in a mushroom and marsala sauce from the bistecca al funghi ($23.99). Chefs slow-roast the osso buco veal shank ($33.99) before serving it over risotto to give the meat a more tender texture than sealing it in a bag with Otis Redding’s greatest hits album.

242 Pittsfield Rd
Lenox,
MA
US

To perfect his menu, Trattoria Rustica’s chef and proprietor Davide Manzo culls from locally grown produce, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats, and an artistry honed as a third-generation restaurateur raised in Pompeii. Antipasto di verdure, a house specialty, greets hungry visitors with a hearty assortment of grilled eggplant, zucchini, and fennel facing legions of peppers, sundried tomatoes, and olives, the ancestral currency of Italy ($10 for small; $20 for large). Gemelli alla sorrentina ($24) satisfies noodle yearnings with fresh gemelli pasta baked in a beehive-style wood-fire oven by chefs wearing beehive hairstyles, then dressed with fresh mozzarella, pecorino cheese, and tomato sauce. Alternatively, diners can feast on one of Trattoria Rustica’s sumptuous secondi courses, such as bronzino alla brace, featuring a whole Mediterranean sea bass stuffed with parsley and garlic ($31), or the vitello alla siciliana, which pairs a lightly-floured and sautéed top round of Cedar Springs veal with roasted red peppers, porcini, and portobello mushrooms in a marsala wine sauce.

27 Mckay Street
Pittsfield,
MA
US

The strong-armed kitchen colossi of Hot Tomatoes hand-stretch disks of dough, slather them in sauce and cheese, and then fire them in a hearth oven to create a menu of unusual pies. The tortellini white pizza ($14.95+) lithely pirouettes cheese-stuffed pasta about its doughy dance floor alongside duos of fresh tomatoes and melted gorgonzola. Make a bet on flavorful odds with the clams casino pizza ($14.95+), where glitzy shellfish hangout on strips of bacon and roasted red pepper, blowing all their pearls on games of five-cheese stud. The eggplant and goat cheese pizza ($14.95+) overthrows herbaceous hungers with a revolution led by breaded eggplant, rebellious goat cheese, and other mercenary flavors. Foodsmiths carefully craft the shrimp and capers pizza ($12.95+), balancing powerful flavors in the saucy valley between the rising crests of crust, creating a stunning view for the ingredients and ostrich epicureans who have buried their face in the pizza.

100 Water St
Williamstown,
MA
US

Since 1903, The Orchard Tavern has been hindering hunger pains with a menu of classic sandwiches, salads, burgers, hearty dinners, and more. Protein gobblers or confused vegetarians can order up the meat-lovers pizza, a fresh dough sphere topped with cheese and a conglomerate of sausage, pepperoni, bacon, meatballs, and ham ($12.29). Those ordering for their brontosaurus sidekicks can sample the caesar salad filled with crisp romaine lettuce, onions, croutons, and parmesan cheese ($7.29). With its family-oriented atmosphere, warming fireplace, and historical Albany tradition, The Orchard Tavern is perfect for a hearty dinner with friends or as a warming refuge from an unexpected June blizzard.

68 N Manning Blvd
Albany,
NY
US

The sauce-slingers at I Love NY Pizza spin dough for pies heaped with classic toppings, such as olives, garlic, and eggplant. Sausage- and pepperoni-studded pizzas decorate mouths with more panache than a diamond-encrusted tongue ring and vegetables such as spinach and broccoli add verdancy to sprawling pie fields. A large tossed salad crunches between teeth, and soda quenches thirst as dining companions pull apart cheesy slices. Meanwhile, a quartet of patrons settles down to two eight-cut pies after munching on an appetizer of mozzarella sticks. Free WiFi lets laptop-toting groups type to each other when their mouths are full, preserving table manners the way mothers always intended.

552 Central Ave
Albany,
NY
US

Locally owned Lou-Bea Pizza punches taste buds' passports for a flavorful Italian trip bolstered by an itinerary of eats populated with pizzas and toasty sandwiches. Begin the savory sojourn with a thin crust pie ($8+) prepared with homemade dough and buried like delicious archaeological debris under a hodgepodge of selected toppings ($1.30+ each), including meatballs, broccoli, and bacon. Diners can unpack sandwich cravings with a crusty calzone ($7+) and a steak or pepperoni sub with red sauce and gooey mozzarella ($6.50 each). More than 15 gourmet pies, such as the shrimp scampi ($11.25+) and barbecue chicken ($11.25+), trip epicurean lights fantastic, and a couple dozen wings covered in butter garlic, Cajun, or one of five other glazes place a "no vacancy" sign on belly motels ($13), keeping out rough trade that just wants to pillage the spleen's mini-fridge.

376 Delaware Ave
Albany,
NY
US