Italian Restaurants in Park Avenue

Pizza, Pasta, and Salad Buffet at Cici's Pizza (Up to $18 Off). Two Options Available.

Cici's Pizza

Henrietta

$20 $11

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Pizza made with fresh dough lines the expansive buffet, along with pasta, salads, and desserts

Pizza, Wings, and Italian Food at Marvin Mozzeronis (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Marvin Mozzeroni’s

Greece Location

$15 $8

The emphasis here is on the numerous specialty pizzas, baked in a brick oven and made fresh daily with hand-tossed dough

Italian-American Food at Avanti Grill (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Avanti Grill

Avanti Grill

$25 $12.50

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Steak, burgers, pizza, and pasta in Italian-centric grill with full bar and wine list

Two Subs and Two Sides or Two Pizzas with Up to Two Toppings and Two Sides at Bruno's Pizzeria (Up to 44% Off)

Bruno's Pizzeria

Eggertsville

$26.76 $15.49

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Eatery offers subs such as salami and baked roast beef with mozzarella and sides like onion rings; pizza toppings include spinach and ham

$14 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Sandwiches, Wings and Calzones at WiseGuys Pizza

WiseGuys Pizza

Buffalo

$20 $14

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Pizzeria serves a variety of pies covered in a sweeter Italian or more traditional sauce alongside more than 30 hoagies, sandwiches and subs

Italian-American Cuisine at Carnegie Cafe & Catering at Maplewood Inn (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Carnegie Cafe & Catering at Maplewood Inn

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

Housemade pasta dishes, pan-seared jumbo scallops, and 18 oz. cowboy steak with garlic butter served amid regular live-music performances

Italian Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Angelo's Trattoria

Angelo's Trattoria

Niagara Falls

C$30 C$15

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Chef Angelo uses seasonal ingredients to craft prosciutto- and cheese-stuffed chicken Genovese, hand-made gnocchi, and grilled octopus

C$15 for C$30 Worth of Italian Food at East Side Mario's Niagara Falls

East Side Mario's

Niagara Falls

C$30 C$15

Chefs put fresh twists on traditional Italian favorites and bring original recipes to the table in creative carbonaras and pizzas

Extra-Large Gourmet Pizza or C$11 for C$20 Worth of Pizza and Wings from Mr. Mike's Pizza Company

Mr. Mike's Pizza Company

Scarborough Village

C$22.95 C$13

18-inch uniquely-themed extra-large pizzas such as Philly Cheese Steak, Seafood Supreme, Mexicano, and Mediterranean

Extra-Large Pizza with Garlic Bread and Optional Salad, Drinks, and Dipping Sauce at Sbarro (Up to 46% Off)

Sbarro

Multiple Locations

C$24.98 C$13.50

Mozzarella cheese and a signature sauce made with plum tomatoes coat hand-stretched dough

C$29 for Italian Cuisine at Paganelli's Risotteria (C$50 Value)

Paganelli's Risotteria

Downtown Toronto

C$50 C$29

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Chef recreates the cuisine of his Northern Italy home with handmade pizzas, pastas, plus charcuterie plates and Italian wines

C$65 for a Four-Course Italian Dinner for Two at Mirto Italian Restaurant (Up to C$134 Total Value)

Mirto Italian Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

C$134 C$65

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Seasonal produce and imported Italian ingredients appear throughout a menu of classic Old World dishes

C$15 for One X-Large 18-Inch Classic Pizza at Amato (C$25.40 Value)

Amato

Downtown Toronto

C$25.40 C$15

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Fresh ingredients and classic toppings scattered across massive pies made according to traditional techniques

Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for One, Two, or Four at Focaccia Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Focaccia Restaurant

Downtown Toronto

C$20 C$11

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Chicken and mushrooms swim in a tomato cream sauce, spicy sausage pairs with leafy rapini, and smoked bacon enlivens the spaghetti carbonara

Four-Course Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Portobello Restaurant & Bar (Up to 62% Off)

Portobello Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Toronto

C$106 C$45

Menu includes refined versions of Italian comfort foods, such as tricolor tortellini stuffed with spinach and ricotta in an alfredo sauce

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at John's Italian Caffe (Up to 52% Off)

John's Italian Caffe

Downtown Toronto

C$30 C$15

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Signature pesto sauce covers pasta, pizzas, and sandwiches at Italian eatery stationed inside historic building with 105-year history

One New Breakfast Item with a Cappuccino or Latte or Five Smoothies or Shakes at L-eat Express (Up to 51% Off)

L-Eat Express

Downtown Toronto

C$10.25 C$5

Sip on a latte paired with banana french toast, or stop in five times to sample the different shakes and smoothies

C$30 for C$60 Worth of Italian and French Dishes at La Stella

La Stella

Toronto

C$60 C$30

Chefs draw inspiration from classic French and Italian dishes to serve up fresh seafood, steaks, and pastas

Three-Course Italian Dinner for Two or C$30 for C$50 Worth of Takeout at Il Mulino Restaurant

Il Mulino Restaurant

Lytton Park

C$194.80 C$89

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Refined Italian cuisine such as gnocchi in a four-cheese sauce and Mediterranean sea bass with lemon

Three-Course Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Sabatino's Ristorante (Up to 56% Off)

Sabatino’s Ristorante

Lytton Park

C$124 C$59

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Extensive options include fried calamari, veal medallions, and chocolate-raspberry tartufo for dessert

Prix Fixe Italian Dinner for Two or Four at The Big Ragu (50% Off)

The Big Ragu

Toronto

C$98 C$49

Spinach and cheese gnocchi, papaprdelle with lamb ragu, and other traditional Italian dishes made with fresh pasta

C$29 for C$50 Worth of Italian Food and Drinks at PAESE

PAESE

Multiple Locations

C$50 C$29

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Classic Italian pizzas, pastas, and meat dishes cooked with fresh ingredients harvested from an urban garden

Four-Course Italian Meal for Two or Four at Luci Restaurant (Up to 54% Off)

Luci Restaurant

Stonegate - Queensway

C$119.50 C$59

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Pasta made from scratch in-house headlines the menu at restaurant specializing in contemporary Italian cuisine

Italian Dinner on Monday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday for Two at Giorgio D. Ristorante (Up to 61% Off)

Giorgio D. Ristorante

Black Creek

C$104 C$41

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Seafood linguine and veal chops complement the Italian eatery's black-tiger shrimp and new york steak

Select Local Merchants

The staff at Colie's Cafe seeks to embody the affability and good nature of Albert Coleman "Colie" Linehan, a Canandaigua native born in 1917 and known for his joviality. According to Metromix, owner Michael Linehan, Colie's grandson, crafts hearty sandwiches, wraps, and pizzas to cement his station in the family lineage. In addition to its specialty sandwiches served on white, wheat, rye, or a roll, the eatery offers wraps, quesadillas, and sandwiches served in gluten-free tortillas as well as menu items with fewer than 600 calories for diners with a fear of large numbers.

657 Park Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

A portmanteau of “mozzarella” and “pepperoni” gave Marvin Mozzeroni’s its playful name, but the origins of the restaurant itself are rooted in New York. The pizzeria was founded by two Rochester natives in 2004 as Starving Marvin's Pizza before they changed the name in 2007 when they turned their single eatery into a franchise. To this day native New Yorkers own and operate the five locations found throughout the state, including their two new locations in Henrietta and Greece.

The emphasis here is on their numerous specialty pizzas, baked in a brick oven and made fresh daily with hand-tossed dough. They come with a thick or thin crust and homemade red or white sauce, and can be ordered whole or by the slice. The menu also features other Italian food, including calzones and chicken parmigiana, as well as a mix of American-style classics such as hoagies, cheeseburgers, wings with homemade sauce and bleu cheese, and hot dogs. Those with food allergies can opt for gluten-free pizza.

360 Park Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

Strings of twinkling lights glow above Roam Cafe’s cozy tables and pale-green walls, illuminating guests as they dig into fresh, crisp salads, pizza tossed from hand-made dough, and paleo diet-friendly options. The long bar gleams in the sunlight streaming in from a wall-sized window, and patrons sip espresso and munch on Sunday brunch. Brick arches lend the interior a hint of roman architecture, an outdoor patio welcomes alfresco merriment during warming months, and diners wash down house-made meatballs with cold beer or warm tomato sauce.

262 Park Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

Riley Greider is the mind, hands, and sweet teeth behind Sugar Mountain Bake Shoppe, a gourmet bakery specializing in cupcakes. More than 128 flavors rotate across the shop?s menu in groups of 13 to 20 each day, baked daily in small batches from fresh ingredients.

With such an enormous repertoire of recipes, the cupcake case has room for classics such as carrot cake alongside fancier flavors such as cinnamon french toast and cherry cr?me br?l?e?not to mention the decidedly outlandish, such as loaded baked potato and Game Day Chili. While retaining a home-baked look, many of the cakelets wear elaborate toppers of sprinkles, frosting swirls, or fruit. All this creativity won the shop the title of Best Cupcakes in City Newspaper?s 2011 Readers? Choice poll.

258 Alexander St
Rochester,
NY
US

The chefs at Great Northern Pizza Kitchen draw upon Italian, Greek, and American culinary traditions while topping pizzas. After tossing crusts by hand, they turn to blue cheese, buffalo sauce, shredded pork, morsels of feta, and pico de gallo. Though some toppings seem adventurous, the mac 'n' cheese pizza and the potato-skin pie, a combination of bacon, sliced potatoes, and cheddar cheese, call to mind simple comfort foods. Tables clatter with plates of salads, pastas, and sandwiches in an 80-seat dining room with exactly enough spots for the 10 families cloned from the Brady Bunch.

1918 Monroe Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

Twenty years as a traveling salesman was more than enough for James Brown. So when he finally decided it was time to set down his roots, he turned to something that sang of home: his passion for cooking. And that passion shines throughout his menu. In the hearty breakfast selections, guests can see it in the signature stuffed french toast?made from bread that's baked in-house?as well as more imaginative items, such as the Greek-inspired diner breakfast with gyro meat. Then there are the half-pound burgers, po-boy sandwiches with Cajun-spiced chicken, and James Brown's legendary Friday-night barbecue. Such a range hints at two things: that James's passion isn't picky, and that his inspiration comes from everywhere. And indeed, if a diner gives James a recipe that matches the standards of his menu, not only will he put it there, he'll even name it after the guest who gave it to him.

This inclusionary style echoes throughout the diner itself. Checkered tiles run across the floor from the front door to the back wall, passing a scattered assortment of tables and booths that look in on the open kitchen. And as a diehard Yankees fan, James fills two entire sections of a wall with memorabilia, including black-and-white photographs of past rosters and fan fiction that imagines the team being comprised only of James Brown clones.

1356 Culver Rd.
Rochester,
NY
US