Italian Restaurants in Tennessee

Italian Food for Two, Four, or Take-Out at Mama Mia Cuisine (Up to 50% Off)

Mama Mia Cuisine

Knoxville

Classic American pizzeria fare includes buffalo wings, chicken parmesan, and pizza served with helpings of garlic butter and peperoncini

$40 $22

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$14 for One Eight-Corner Pizza with Four Toppings and Breadsticks at Jet's Pizza ($29.78 Value)

Jet's Pizza

Chattanooga

Pizzeria specializing in deep-dish pies, as well as wings, salads, and subs

$29.78 $14

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Italian and Deli Food for Dinner for Two or Four or Lunch for Two at Relish (Up to 42% Off)

Relish

Clarksville

Dig into pizza, a sandwich, or pasta covered in housemade sauce; those who want pasta but can't decide which can try the pasta sampler

$20 $12

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$10 for $20 Worth of Family-Style Italian Cuisine at Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo

Franklin

Gather family and friends for unique Italian-American dishes that include Cheesy Bread Florentine, Veal Parmigiana, and Baked Ziti

$20 $10

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Sandwiches for Carry-Out from Roma Pizza & Pasta

Roma Pizza & Pasta

Green Hills

Gourmet and specialty pizzas atop housemade dough, plus sandwiches, salads, and pastas doused in marinara sauce

$20 $11

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Pizza and Appetizers at Matteo's Pizza (Up to 45% Off)

Matteo's Pizzeria

Franklin

Red, white, or barbeque sauces, and toppings such as bacon and mushrooms, piled onto traditional or gluten-free pizza crusts

$20 $12

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$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Wings, and Salad for Carry-Out at Castrillo's Pizza

Castrillo's Pizza

Sylvan Park

Specialty pizzas, baked hot wings, and delectable calzones, pastas, salads, and subs are boxed up for carry-out orders

$20 $10

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$10 for $20 Worth of Italian and American Food at Angelo’s Bistro

Angelo's Bistro

Franklin

Chefs prepare Italian classics, such as veal marsala, and vegetarian dishes, such as gluten-free baked eggplant with sautéed organic spinach

$20 $10

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People wage wars at America?s Incredible Pizza Company?against other drivers on the go-kart track, golfers on the glow-in-the-dark mini-golf course, and the limits of their own stomachs at the buffet. The funporium?s buffet?featuring more than 100 items?centers on pizza, including original, thin, and deep-pan crust (gluten-free upon request) crowned with more than 30 toppings. Verdant greens and freshly made dressings await visitors at the popular salad bar, and the baked-potato station comes with every necessity for side-dish construction, from cheese to the bacon bits from which bacon is built. A variety of sauces enliven the buffet?s fettuccine and spaghetti noodles, and homestyle eats on offer include hot dogs and frito pie.

In the indoor adventure park, meanwhile, gamers zip around a track in two varieties of go-karts?the stock-car speed and the slower Busch speed?as announcers report each turn. Visitors also can instigate harmless car crashes in the bumper-car area or spend five frames toppling pins during mini bowling.

6075 Winchester Rd
Memphis,
TN
US

Anita, mÄmbu's owner, cast a wide net across Southeast Asian, French, and Cajun cultures to cull international influences and weave them together in inventive fusion fare. She has been a proud Nashville resident for more than two decades and has been immersed in the restaurant business since she was 17 years old. Although she spent many of those years in the kitchen, she now serves as the face of the restaurant, inviting guests into the quaint blue house that mÄmbu makes its home.

The restaurant's seasonal, imaginative entrees and small plates crafted from local produce and grain-fed beef are expertly paired with red and white varietals selected from an international wine list. The eclectic dining room includes accents such as upside-down lampshades, rich crimson curtains, and a wall decorated entirely with trinkets such as string lights and dolls that have busted out of musty curio cabinets. An expansive covered patio and the intimate Hideaway Bar also host international feasts. mÄmbu is a member of Nashville Originals, a troupe of local restaurateurs dedicated to maintaining Nashville's reputation as a creative culinary destination by increasing the visibility and viability of locally owned eateries.

1806 Hayes St
Nashville,
TN
US

Sunspot has been voted Best Vegetarian, Best Brunch, Best Wine List, and Best Lunch Spot by Metro Pulse readers for the menu’s gleeful collage of southwestern, Caribbean, and Latin American culinary traditions. Diners nosh on vegan, gluten-free, and omnivorous offerings including fried green tomatoes and sweet-potato tamales in low-key digs.

A large skylight casts warmth across walls the color of acorn squash, exposed brick, and a behemoth abstract mural of the sun. Servers pour from the kitchen, arms stacked with veggie burgers made in house and sandwiches stuffed with tofu and Jamaican-style jerk chicken. Behind the diner-style bar, bartenders sling 29 draft beers from brewers including SweetWater and Foothills and a substantial wine list of reds and whites by the glass or bottle. After polishing off a pan-seared tilapia in corn cream sauce, guests gaze at Sunspot's black-and-white wall photos. The restaurant is open until 2 a.m. on weekend evenings, serving food to night owls and people who trust the VCR clock.

1909 Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville,
TN
US

Inside a restored Colonial Revival mansion a stone's throw from the Tennessee River, Chef William Oglesby blends American and international dishes. Classic southern recipes take on worldly flavors, such as fried green tomatoes crowned with prosciutto and herbed goat cheese and sweet potato-crusted shrimp with fennel slaw. Local ingredients star in dishes such as the New York strip steak rubbed with espresso from nearby Rembrandt's Roasting Co and flanked by truffle-infused potatoes. Chef Oglesby and his culinary team also meet unique dietary needs with many gluten-safe options. A terrace overlooking the river, two naturally lit sunrooms, and an intimate library create a romantic atmosphere wherever guests choose to dine.

411 E 2nd St
Chattanooga,
TN
US

The diversity of Relish's offerings?from its dine-in menu of salads and sandwiches to its bakery treats ?represents the eatery's evolution from a small deli to a full-blown restaurant. Those early diner favorites, such as tuna melts and meatball subs, still fill bellies alongside bread bowls full of hot pasta. On the bakery side, custom cakes, gourmet cupcakes, cookies, and cheesecakes line the counters or await pickup for a future event.

149 Kender Rhea Ct
Clarksville,
TN
US

When patrons step into Lanes, Trains, & Automobiles Entertainment Depot, playful noises jostle their senses: the crash of bowling pins, the decisive zaps of laser-tag guns, the thunder of colliding bumper cars. The center shelters a spectrum of friendly competition under one roof, but at the heart are 32 bowling lanes. During open-bowling hours and late-night cosmic bowling, touchscreens tally strikes and automatic bumpers shift up and down to accommodate different players in case they decide to somersault down the lane.

Nearby, up to 16 laser-tag soldiers duck behind barrels and walls splattered with neon paint in the 2,500-square-foot Lazer Station. In the Spinzone, black lights and colorful spotlights swivel around a central traffic signal, which dictates the stops, starts, and illegal U-turns of bumper cars.

In the arcade, patrons battle for champion status and pick of pizza toppings at air-hockey tables, skee-ball machines, and racing video games. Professional competitors face off on flat-screen TVs at Tailgaters, an on-site eatery slinging burgers and pizza. Eight VIP bowling lanes, a designated party zone, and a stage for live entertainment and karaoke act as peaceful dignitaries in the 4,500-square-foot restaurant as well.

450 Butler Dr.
Murfreesboro,
TN
US