Italian Restaurants in Skokie

Up to 53% Off Italian Cuisine at Riggio's Restaurant

Niles

$20 $10

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Specialty sandwiches stuffed with meatballs or veal parmigiana; pasta entrees swimming in pesto or clam sauce; pizzas with 20+ ingredients

Up to 50% Off at Giacomo's Ristorante Italiano

Des Plaines

$40 $20

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Family-owned restaurant serving authentic Southern Italian cuisine in a casually elegant space; try the eggplant parmigiana and tiramisu

45% Off at Armand's Pizzeria

Elmwood Park

$20 $11

Family recipes inspire thin-crust and pan pizzas, baked pastas, stuffed artichokes, baked clams, and antipasto salads

45% Off Pizza and Burgers at CravePizza

Mount Prospect

$20 $11

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Wings dressed in five types of sauce ready appetites for thin-, pan-, or stuffed-crust pizzas, chicken caesar salad & bacon-topped burgers

50% Off Pizza and Burgers at Ye Olde Town Inn

Mount Prospect

$30 $15

Casual eatery filled with live music and a 120" screen serves up stuffed pizzas with three layers of cheese, pasta, and stacked burgers

50% Off Italian Food at Danny’s Cafe

Melrose Park

$25 $12.50

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Generous portions of classic Italian comfort food include pasta, chicken, steak, and veggie dishes

Up to 46% Off at Cochiaro's Pizza

Northlake

$27.78 $15

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Three-topping 16" pizza with freshly made crust; appetizers include chicken wings, mozzarella sticks, and BBQ ranch onion rings

Up to Half Off at Wa-Pa-Ghetti’s Pizza

Wheeling

$10 $5

Diverse menu with handcrafted pizzas, classic American dishes, and items inspired by Italian and Mexican cuisines

43% Off at Wayne's Pizza

Arlington Heights

$25 $14.25

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Since 1964, Wayne's has used secret family recipes and fresh ingredients to craft high-quality pizzas, pasta, and classic Italian dishes

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As the site of the classic Bing Crosby movie Holiday Inn, the 10-room Village Inn & Restaurant helps guests revel in vacation bliss with deluxe beds, scenic views of the Russian River, and a surrounding area speckled with wineries and other nearby attractions. Most rooms include a private balcony with a panoramic view of the water, and others feature garden views of majestic redwood trees and mega-lumberjacks. Hungry visitors can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, and sleepy ones can make queen- or king-sized cocoons atop their European Sleep Works mattresses. Outside the stately quarters, guests can explore nearby hiking trails in the Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve or cozy up at the inn's restaurant (closed Mondays and Tuesdays), which serves 140 Sonoma County wines and an array of steaks, chops, and seafood.

8050 Lincoln Ave
Skokie,
IL
US

De Carlucci's Pizzeria & Mexican Grill started out serving just pizza, but when customers told owner Carlos Cisneros that they also craved Mexican food, he acquiesced to their wishes, he told a reporter for Skokie Review. In a New York-style oven, he bakes pies with thin, crisp crusts, loading them with toppings such as shrimp and Italian sausage. Diners can also order stuffed or pan crusts, or opt for a Mexican pizza that pairs mozzarella and cheddar cheeses with taco meat, jalapenos, sliced tomatoes, and two types of olives. Baked pasta dishes, hefty sandwiches, and burritos round out the menu.

4010 Main St
Skokie,
IL
US

Father & Son Italian Kitchen–a quick casual restaurant– specializes in pizzas, pastas, grilled sandwiches, fresh salads, and desserts. Chefs craft every item on the Italian-focused menu item in-house. The selections range from pastas to four-corner flatbread pizzas. Abbe's gluten-free menu is also available.

9735 Skokie Blvd.
Skokie,
IL
US

The Village Inn may look like an simple country kitchen, but the food is nothing short of gourmet. Chef and owner John A. Martino calls on his training at the Culinary Institute of America and Le Cordon Bleu to craft a menu of contemporary American Continental cuisine, which ranges from potato-crusted Chilean sea bass to a veal porterhouse topped with sautéed mushrooms. After the chef inspects the dishes for quality, presentation, and political leanings, they emerge from the kitchen to waft gourmet scents through four separate dining areas. Everyday diners sidle up to white-clothed tables amid floral carpets and drapes in the Fireplace Room, while top-shelf liquors come together to form a host of creative cocktails in the wood-lined bar. For private occasions, groups of up to 20 gather at a long oak table beneath the cozy, low ceilings of the Wine Cellar Room, and large events bask in the glow of a towering chandelier in the bright and airy expanse of The Great Room.

8050 Lincoln Ave.
Skokie,
Illinois
US

Pizza purveyors will devour Edwardo's all-natural pies, made with 100% pure aged cheese, crisp crust, and a sweet n' secret tomato sauce. Those perusing the menu will swiftly find Edwardo's signature stuffed cheese and spinach pizza, a two-inch-tall tasty treat packed with enough hand-selected spinach to finally let Popeye defeat Emperor Palpatine ($17.25 for 9"). Edwardo's thin-crust pizzas are just as delectable, with the Hawaiian Luau pie hosting generous chunks of pineapple, savory Canadian bacon, monterey jack cheese, and sweet n' sour sauce ($12.25 for 10"). Gobble up the Chicken Pesto Passion calzone, brimming with tender grilled meat, mozzarella cheese, and homemade pesto ($7.29), or pick up two chunky meatballs, smothered in marinara sauce and roasted red peppers ($4.79), for a kicking kickoff or a supportive side dish to your meal.

9300 Skokie Blvd
Skokie,
IL
US