Pizza in Spring Valley

Pizza, Subs, Pasta and BYOB at Pizza 1 (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Pizza 1

Haskell

$30 $15

Gourmet salads, pasta dinners, and award-winning pizza fresh ingredients and all natural cheeses; BYOB

Pizzas, Appetizers, and Zeppoli Pastries at Pastabilitys (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Pastabilitys

Wanaque

$32.45 $18

Pair appetizers like fried ravioli or mussels marinara with specialty pizzas, such as eggplant parmiagiana or shrimp scampi

$17 for Two Three-Topping Pizzas of Any Size at Pizza Zone ($34 Value)

Pizza Zone

Lodi

$34 $17

Create your own pizzas choosing from toppings such as salami, Italian sausage, green peppers, garlic, and cheddar cheese

Pizza Meal with Zeppolis, Garlic Knots, and One or Two Large Pizzas from Roberto's Pizza & Pasta (49% Off)

Roberto's Pizza & Pasta

New Rochelle

$26.50 $14

Choose from a menu of inventive pizza options, such as the philly cheesesteak pizza, the lasagna pizza, and the more traditional Meat Lovers

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

Pizza and Italian Food at Georgio's Pizzeria (Up to 37% Off). Two Options.

Georgio's Pizzeria

Financial District

$30 $19

New York-style pizza is just one of the pie options at this eatery that celebrates Italian-American food from across the country

Pizza and Drinks for Two or Four at Rizzo's Fine Pizza (Up to 54% Off)

Rizzo's Fine Pizza

New York

$38 $19

Acclaimed Sicilian–style pizzas topped with fresh ingredients, such as anchovies, mushrooms, and garlic paired with a glass of wine or beer

Pizza Party for Six or More, or $30 for $30 Worth of Pizzeria Cuisine at Tony Z's Pizza

Tony Z's Pizza

Tony Z's Pizza

$30 $15

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

Italian Food at Sal's Pizza (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Sal's Pizza and Italian Kitchen

College Point

$20 $11

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Classic, stuffed, and sicilian-style pizzas alongside baked pastas, grilled panini, calzones, hot subs, and desserts like Oreo zeppole

Select Local Merchants

Marly and Matt, who contributed their initials to M & M Pizza Bistro, use a range of fresh ingredients, as evidenced by a large selection of daily specials based purely on the morning’s market finds. The eatery’s tables populate daily with tender gnocchi, ravioli, and tortellini in thick bolognese or creamy alfredo as well pizza draped in roasted red peppers, goat cheese, meatballs, and other toppings. Wine-infused marsala and piccata dishes steam beside fresh bruschetta and garlic knots. At the counter, guests ask the cashier about fillings for a calzone or confuse it with Cal Ripken’s treehouse, The Cal Zone.

83 N Middletown Rd
Pearl River,
NY
US

Since 1977, Park Pizza's kitchen staff has been crafting traditional and gourmet pizzas, which headline a menu of casual Italian cuisine. They arrange toppings on gourmet pizzas in clever combinations, such as the mélange of ziti, ricotta, and mozzarella on the baked-ziti pizza, or the salad pizza with lettuce, carrots, and olives. The Uncle Chuck hero sandwich features barbecue sauce, grilled chicken, mozzarella, french fries, lettuce, and tomatoes—which only leaves out one major food group: chocolate. These pizzas and sandwiches as well as pasta dishes and Italian entrees incorporate all-natural and preservative-free Grande cheese.

85 Park Ave
Park Ridge,
NJ
US

Twice a week, the owners of La Vera Cucina visit local meat and fish markets. They do this themselves instead of delegating the task, and visitors to their restaurant find this kind of dedication to be delicious. Once these carefully sourced ingredients?like lobster, scallops, veal, and steak?hit kitchen cutting boards, chefs pair them with heaps of linguine and fettuccine. Once they're prepared, meals enter the dining room, sailing past gold, sponge-painted walls to land on white tablecloths that make the ingredients' colors sing. Sun-dried tomatoes glisten like rubies, pink prosciutto and bright green peas surround chicken Florentine, and mussels occupy bowls of red or white sauce.

200 Route 59
Suffern,
NY
US

From within the coal-fired oven at Dino's Cucina, a menu of gooey pizzas, seafood dishes, and Italian favorites emerges to sate sauce-seeking appetites. Diners select from Dino’s three specialty pies or perform pizza alchemy, combining such high-quality ingredients as italian sausage, kalamata olives, and prosciutto to create a custom dish or edible portrait of William Henry Harrison. House specialties tackle hunger pangs with an assortment of chicken, seafood, and eggplant entrees, and wrangle noodle noshers with traditional and whole-wheat pastas. Between bites, patrons sip beverages from Dino’s full bar, check scores on flat-screen TVs, and tune out from workday hassles—such as deadlines and overly affectionate office supplies—with live entertainment every weekend.

183 Old Tappan Rd
Old Tappan,
NJ
US

The secret that has brought the Centrella family its restaurant success is an easy one to remember: keep things simple. In 1958, Vincenzo and Barbara Centrella left Naples for New York and opened Presto's as a way to introduce their community to the fresh, simple, stripped-down cooking style of their Italian ancestors. Today, the couple's son John and his childhood friends carry out the family mission and welcome patrons to Presto's with a menu heavily populated by the eatery's two namesakes—including a baked-ziti pizza, which marries the two dishes in a state-sanctioned ceremony involving a flaky pie, saucy penne, and two kinds of cheese.

90 Laroche Ave
Harrington Park,
NJ
US

A whimsical sculpture of chefs tossing a 3-D pie sits above Old Tappan Pizza's range and pizza ovens, which bake its signature Rothlisberger pie, topped with sausage, cheesesteak, lettuce, tomato, and a secret-recipe dressing. The pizza factory also prepares ready-to-go slices, and a pasta station lets customers top linguini, rigatoni, and other noodles with tomato sauce and garlic. From the café's green-checkered tables, one can dine while keeping an eye on the large wall-mounted television, ideal for watching the big game or an Azerbaijani reality show.

216 Old Tappan Road
Westwood,
NJ
US