Pizza in Southbury

Italian Cuisine at Sinapi's Pizzeria (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Sinapi's Pizzeria

Brewster

$22 $11

Antipasto platters, specialty pizzas, and family-style portions of rigatoni or gnocchi sautéed with broccoli rabe and white clam sauce

Italian and Greek Food at 4 Brothers Pizza & Mediterranean Restaurants (Half Off). Two Options Available.

4 Brothers Pizza & Mediterranean Restaurant

Westport

$10 $5

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Four brothers and their Mom fashion Italian pizzas and pastas, as well as classic Greek appetizers and entrees

Pizza, Sandwiches, and Pasta at Tony Z's Apizza (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Tony Z's Apizza

Tony Z's Pizza

$30 $15

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Dozens of varieties of New Haven–style brick-oven pizza with specialty toppings such as breaded chicken and fresh clams

Wood-Fired Pizza or Pasta Meal for Two or Four with Salad, Sangria, and Dessert at Red Tomato Pizza (Up to 59% Off)

Red Tomato Pizza

East Norwich

$55 $24

Handmade crusts topped with prosciutto, caramelized onions, capers, & other ingredients pop into wood-fired oven, plus iron skillet pastas

Pizza and Italian Cuisine at Gianfranco's (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Gianfranco's

Bedford

$30 $18

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Specialty pies covered in Cajun shrimp, basil-roasted peppers, and caesar dressing or pasta in alfredo, vodka, bolognese, and pesto sauce

Two or Four 12-Inch One-Topping Pizzas and Beers at Fiddler's Pub (Up to 45% Off)

Fiddler's Pub

Shippan

$37.90 $22

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Beer at this classic neighborhood bar pairs with pizzas topped with broccoli, anchovies, sausage, peppers, or meatballs

$20 for $40 Worth of Italian Food and Pasta at Miller Place Pastaria

Miller Place Pastaria

Miller Place

$40 $20

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Three-cheese white pizzas, baked eggplant rollatini with ricotta and mozzarella cheese, and lobster ravioli with peas and mushrooms

$12.50 for $25 Worth of Brick-Oven Pizza for Two at Randy's Wooster St. Pizza Shop

Randy's Wooster St. Pizza Shop

Manchester

$25 $12.50

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

Pizza, Italian Food, and Drinks at Massa's Pizzeria (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

Massa's Pizzeria

Massa's Coal Fired Brick Oven Pizzeria

$30 $15

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Oven-baked pizzas with toppings such as mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes; other Italian dishes include calzones and eggplant parmesan

Pizza Meal for Two or Four or Chicken-Parmigiana Meal for Eight at Harrison Pizza and Pasta (Up to 58% Off)

Harrison Pizza and Pasta

Harrison New York

$28.97 $14

Pizza dinners placate tongues with one-topping pizzas, salad, and ziti; catered chicken parmigiana brings a backup of mixed salads

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Since opening in 1931, Bacco's Restaurant has become a local destination for pizza and Italian cuisine. The menu offers diners a variety of pizzas, char-grilled steaks, and specialties, such as veal saltimbocca rolled with prosciutto. Nearly everything is made in house, from warm loaves of bread to the sumptuous sauces that dress signature pasta dishes. The restaurant's comfortable interior was recently remodeled, and now features a roomy bar where servers pour cold drinks.

1230 Thomaston Ave
Waterbury,
CT
US

The Rocco boys' love for pizza started in the Bronx, where they worked at their father’s pizzerias from a young age. Now, brothers Joe, Mike, and Frank are continuing their family's tradition at 10 locations of their own invention—all flaunting the Planet Pizza name tag.

A man can't build such a pizza universe without some serious pies. But inspiration isn't a problem for the Planet Pizza culinary team, who've molded more than 30 toppings into about 25 specialty circles, all available on gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts. In addition to specialty pizzas, the cooks concoct other menu choices such the compo salad with baby field greens, grape tomatoes, candied walnuts, gorgonzola, and dried cranberries or the buffalo chicken wrap loaded with strips of crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, spicy wing sauce, and chunky blue cheese dressing are more convincing than Pluto as a mature planet.

350 Bridgeport Ave
Shelton,
CT
US

Jazzeria owner Matt Criscuolo Jr. has been hanging out at pizzerias since he was 6 years old. After emigrating from Italy, his father opened a pizzeria where the entire family worked, giving little Matt an up-close look at the business of turning his mom?s recipes into feasts fit for the old country. Inspired both by his family?s livelihood and his passion for jazz, Criscuolo began his own pizzeria, where he now puts his more than 30 years of pizza-slinging experience to work each day.

Inspired both by family recipes and lessons he learns on his yearly trips to Amalfi, Italy, Jazzeria?s dishes derive their flavors from authentic Italian ingredients. Hand-tossed pizza dough transforms into pies including pesto pizza or the pescatore pizza topped with a trio of baby clams, roasted garlic, and bacon. Diners can enjoy dishes named after jazz greats?such as Lady Day?s Bolognese pasta?or grab a calzone to stuff in their pockets for later. In addition to housing tasty bites of the Mediterranean, Jazzeria locations live up to their name with live jazz performances three times a week.

991 Danbury Rd.
Wilton,
CT
US

The sauce-slingers at Papa John’s build their pies with fresh-dough crusts that are composed of high-protein flour and filtered water, hand tossed, and baked to a golden brown. Vine-ripened tomato sauce and specialty 100% mozzarella melts over extra large pizzas ($12) to which guests add toppings that range from locally sourced green peppers and onions to bacon and spicy italian sausage ($1 each). Patrons gape upward as a hawaiian-barbecue-chicken flying saucer hovers above the restaurant, beaming up all bacon, onions, grilled chicken, and pineapple within a five-mile radius ($16 for a large). Meanwhile, parmesan and garlic cling to breadsticks ($5.49), and honey-chipotle sauce lathers wings ($6.99/10-piece order). Icing drizzles the Cinnapie dessert ($4.99), whose twining of apple and cinnamon is sweeter than a kitten in sugar-coated footy pajamas.

33 Crosby St
Danbury,
CT
US

Founded back in 1977 by the progenitor of Atari and Pong, Chuck E. Cheese’s continues to entertain families with prize arcades, rides, and animatronic musical performances while lining bellies with signature pizza pies. Large pizzas crafted with 100% real cheese and signature sauce shell out 12 slices topped in a choice of meat such as pepperoni or sausage or classic veggies such as green pepper or mushrooms. While chomping on a triangle, guests glue their eyes to the stage for an animatronic variety show featuring Chuck himself as well as vocalist Helen Henny and the string-slapping strums of hound dog Jasper T. Jowls. Refueled kiddies jog into the arcade for ticket-spurting video games and simulator rides as tinier tots climb through Skytubes in the Toddler Zone. After a day of gaming, guests redeem their mounds of tickets at the prize counter for plush animals and retired game tokens featuring our nation's favorite former cartoon presidents.

20 Backus Ave
Danbury,
CT
US

Tambascio’s culinary artisans craft a hearty Italian menu using fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, and an inventive approach to Old World cuisine. Visitors can prime palates with traditional starters such as fried calamari ($14.99 for a large) or sample Portuguese-style clams steamed in beer and served with caramelized shallots and chorizo ($11.99). Entrees encompass fruits of the sea freshly plucked from underwater orchards, including pan-seared Atlantic salmon that sports herb crusting and rests atop roasted fennel risotto ($18.95). Turf-derived offerings, meanwhile, include the 16-ounce tuscan T-bone topped with rosemary butter and accompanied by roasted garlic mashed potatoes ($24.95). The mediterranean pizza ($10.95–$17.95) arrives bearing fresh basil, eggplant, kalamata olives, and feta cheese; roasted-tomato-and-goat-cheese ravioli bathes in a lifeguard-supervised pool of savory roasted pepper pink sauce ($16.99).

1 Dodgingtown Rd
Newtown,
CT
US