Italian Restaurants in Port Orchard

$15 for $30 Worth of Pizza and Drinks at Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Burien

$30 $15

Amid the saloon ambiance of the historic Burien Theatre, enjoy gourmet pizzas, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and pulled-pork grinders

$60 for a Three-Course Chef's Tasting Menu for Two at That's Amore Italian Cafe ($60 Value)

That's Amore Italian Cafe

Seattle

$60 $60

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Appetizers such as pear salad, artisanal cheeses and salume preface entrees of wild boar ragu and handmade Tortellone, followed by dessert

Three-Course Italian Lunch for One or Two at Al Boccalino (Up to 48% Off)

Al Boccalino

Seattle

$21 $12

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Three-course lunch includes garlic bread, a pear salad with organic greens, and your choice of pasta

$13 for $24 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Sandwiches at Alberona's Pizza & Pasta

Alberona's Pizza & Pasta

Adams

$24 $13

Italian and Greek flavors converge within 20 specialty pizzas sporting alfredo sauce, grilled chicken, feta cheese, and gyro meat

$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Amante Pizza and Pasta

Amante Pizza and Pasta

Green Lake

$20 $11

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Italian staples include house-made pizzas topped with more than 50 ingredients, sauce-slathered pastas, and low-carb chicken options

Italian Cuisine at Branzino (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Branzino

Belltown

$40 $20

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Local produce, seafood, and meats transform into Italian dishes including oven-roasted branzino, wood-fired pizzas, and winter risotto

Italian Cuisine at Mondello Italian Restaurant (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Mondello Italian Restaurant

Southeast Magnolia

$50 $31

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Sicilian dishes of fresh seafood, pesto, and gnocchi served amid decor reminiscent of a seaside village

$45 for One Gift Card for Family-Style Italian Dining at Buca di Beppo ($50 Value)

Buca di Beppo

Multiple Locations

$50 $45

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Family-style servings of baked ziti, veal parmigiana, and other Italian-American staples served in festive restaurant setting

One Large Specialty or Three-Topping Pizza with an Optional Two-Liter Soda at Romio's Pizza (Up to 38% Off)

Romio's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$22.95 $16

Choose up to three toppings for your large pizza, or order a specialty pie, such as the feta-covered Plato's Special

$22 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Bellevue

$40 $22

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Marinated quail, red snapper, and homemade gnocchi prepared with fresh basil and tomato sauce

Pizza Meal for Two or Four with 14" Specialty Pizzas, Breadsticks, and More at Steph's Pizza (Up to 41% Off)

Steph's Pizza

University Place

$28.97 $18

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Cooks make New York–style pies, such as the BBQ Chicken or Supreme, with house-made dough; bread sticks and cannolis accompany meals

Seasonal Italian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at Adriatic Grill (38% Off). Three Options Available.

Adriatic Grill

South Tacoma

$40 $25

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Seasonal, handmade Italian and Mediterranean cuisine served alongside top-shelf spirits and craft beers

Italian Food for Lunch or Dinner at Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante (50% Off)

Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante

Westgate

$20 $10

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Hearty, old-school Italian favorites such as chicken parmigiana, five-layer lasagna with homemade marinara, and margherita pizza

$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Fare for Dinner at Girardi's Osteria

Girardi's Osteria Italiana

Edmonds

$30 $15

European-born chef follows family recipes to create almond-topped gnocchi, rigatoni with four-meat sauce, and grilled salmon with polenta

Casual Italian Food at Pegasus Pizza & Pasta (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Pegasus Pizza & Pasta

Kirkland

$30 $18

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Casual Italian eatery serves plates of fettuccine, spaghetti, and cannelloni, as well as pizzas with toppings such as shrimp and artichokes

Pizza, Pasta, and Grinders at Athens Pizza & Pasta (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Athens Pizza & Pasta

North Auburn

$10 $5

Award-winning pizzas are served alongside heaping plates of pasta, foot-long grinders, and salads

Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Trattoria Amante (40% Off)

Trattoria Amante

Olde Town

$30 $18

Family eatery dishes out cuisine such as tortellini alfredo, chicken pesto pizzas, meatball parmesan subs, and greek salads

$13 for $24 Worth of Food at Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Everett

$24 $13

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Greek-pizza, oven-baked grinders, and barbecue rib and spaghetti combos served in a friendly, casual atmosphere

$7 for $12 Worth of Pizza — Ferndale Pizza Co

Ferndale Pizza Co

Ferndale

$12 $7

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Streamliner Diner

Seasonal ingredients are the driving force behind Streamliner Diner’s daytime and evening menus, which change quarterly to reflect the freshest product the area has to offer. Breakfast sticks to classics such as omelettes, biscuits and gravy, and scrambles, but added ingredients like smoked salmon, pesto sour cream, and ginger-marinated tofu elevate them above typical diner fare. The dinner menu takes a truly upscale turn with pan-fried risotto cakes, beef tenderloin with rhubarb red wine sauce, and pastas interwoven with enough fresh veggies and herbs to make a multivitamin squirm. Streamliner Diner also features an extensive wine list showcasing vintages from Washington State.

397 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island,
WA
US

At Bison Creek Pizza & Pub, the past meets the present in both food and d?cor. Located inside the historic Burien Theatre, the pizzeria serves its gourmet pies from a modern kitchen, but it pours mixed drinks from the theater's original saloon-like bar. A stage has replaced the screen, and free live shows blare music across the expansive room regularly. Bison Creek's menu exemplifies the same juxtaposition of tradition and change, boasting specialty pizzas that it's served since opening in 1975, now with modern twists such as gluten-free crusts, soy cheese, and invisible slices.

Customers can build their own pizza, but the pub is known for its gourmet options such as the 6th Gear?a pizza piled high with chicken, bacon, and artichoke hearts simmering garlic cream sauce with onions and garlic. The menu has expanded as well. Grinder sandwiches filled with tender pulled pork or heaps of salami, bacon, and pepperoni come with a pile of fries, and the kitchen produces pasta dinners with homemade sauces such marinara, alfredo, or pesto cream.

630 SW 153rd St
Burien,
WA
US

The Three Faces of Big Mario’s Pizza

New York–Style Pizza

After leaving his hometown of Naples in 1964, Mario Vellotti made his living tossing pizzas in various kitchens across New York City, eventually opening pizzerias in all five boroughs. Now, he’s brought his famous pies to Seattle. In the New York tradition, his slices “are so huge that just one and a beer probably put you over the recommended daily intake of carbohydrates,” according to Seattle Weekly. For those who prefer whole pies, he makes massive 18-inchers to order, topping them with gourmet ingredients such as Italian ham, homemade pesto, and gorgonzola cheese.

40s and Jäger

Big Mario’s maintains its laid-back vibe with the help of a full bar, the star of which is a collection of 40-fluid-ounce cans of Olde English 800. There’s even Jägermeister on tap for diners who are in the market for something harder or who are looking to do a post-pizza shot.

Late-Night Hours

As if giant slices and shots weren’t appealing enough to party-loving crowds, Big Mario’s also keeps late-night hours. It stays open until 2 a.m. on weekdays and until 4 a.m. on weekends. After bars begin closing, regulars here start lining up at the walk-up window for a final slice, which they can chow down on while sitting at the bar or just standing on the sidewalk.

1009 E Pike St
Seattle,
WA
US

Over the course of his pizza-making career, Lance Brough has helped open restaurants from Little Star Pizza in San Francisco to Pi in St. Louis. Many of these have achieved acclaim—President Obama loved the meal he ate at Pi so much that he had its owners come make pizza at the White House, according to the St. Louis Business Journal.

Today, Lance dishes up both thick and thin pies at Kylie's Chicago Pizza—named after his business partner's daughter Kylie. "It's kind of a West Coast version of a Chicago-style pizza," he says of the eatery's signature dish. Though "it's not the heavy, greasy gut bomb" that diners might expect, it does have a deep-dish cornmeal crust, as well as the seasoned, chunky tomato sauce found on Chicago's famous pies. And just as in Chicago, the deep-dish creations take about 30 minutes to bake under an indigenous Midwestern dragon's scorching mouth fires. Piping pies arrive at tables clad in custom toppings or specialty combinations, including the Chicago Classic, which hosts Illinois sausage spiced with sweet fennel, as well as onions, green peppers, and mushrooms.

The staff keeps three local beers on tap at all times, including Fremont Brewing's Interurban IPA and Georgetown Brewing's Manny's pale ale. They also pour area wines, including Pacific Rim's riesling, which Lance says is consistently praised as one of the state's top wines. As they sip, guests can admire local artwork, which is swapped out every two or three months to thwart slow-moving art thieves.

3601 Fremont Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

The first thing a visitor to La Fontana Siciliana sees is a wrought-iron pergola and gate. Sequestered just off the street and behind the gate is a courtyard filled with cozy seating, a bubbling fountain, and the entrance to the first of La Fontana's three intimate dining rooms. A single light illuminates each antique table, and waiters stroll through the rooms carrying one of the many traditional Sicilian dishes found on La Fontana's menu.

Dinners often start with appetizers such as marinated calamari or garlic bread, followed by pastas such as wild mushroom fettuccine and smoked salmon on linguine. The chef prepares four risottos nightly, and his signature dish of lamb tenderloin with figs, imported olive oil, and marsala-wine sauce can always be seen on tables. A wine list has been carefully cultivated to complement the menu's dishes, and every waiter is well versed in the best pairings.

A piano room in the back of the restaurant is constantly filled with the sound of ivories singing. The history of La Fontana Siciliana's owners lines the walls, with heirlooms from their homeland and souvenirs from their journey to America, such as a violin or the customary party hat given to immigrants on Ellis Island.

120 Blanchard St.
Seattle,
WA
US

Although La Vita E Bella Cafe is physically distant from its Italian roots, it preserves one of the most important parts of home: the coast. Seafood infuses its menu—from appetizers of garlic-marinated octopus to the Siciliana pizza, topped with tuna, onions, kalamata olives, and capers. The kitchen's emphasis on freshness persists beyond its sautéed prawns, though. Owner Giuseppe Forte heads out multiple times a week to purchase groceries for his chefs, ensuring that their bruschetta and pollo cacciatora contain crisp veggies and fresh herbs. Then there’s the crepes—three kinds enveloping such Old-World ingredients as champignon mushrooms and prosciutto di parma.

Yet it’s pizzas that form the base of the menu. More than 20 specialty-topping combinations include the salsiccia, which boasts sausage and broccoli, and the gorgonzola, which mixes its namesake cheese with walnuts. As diners match their slices to a selection from the sprawling wine list, they can tune in to the lilt of live accordion music, which evokes the ambiance of Italy's streets and keeps dates from trying to fill conversational pauses by reciting their favorite Matlock plotlines.

2411 2nd Ave
Seattle,
WA
US