Pizza in Virginia

Pizza Meal with Appetizer for Six or $7 for $13 Worth of Italian Food at Mona Lisa Pizza in Norfolk

Mona Lisa Pizza

East Ocean View

Hand-tossed pizza and deli sandwiches served at casual eatery with DJ nights

$41.80 $21

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Dine-In Italian Food or Catering from Joe's Place Pizza & Pasta (40% Off)

Joe's Place Pizza & Pasta

Yorktown

Thin-crust or deep-dish Sicilian pizza, calzones, pasta, and subs

$20 $12

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Three or Five Large One-Topping Pizzas from Papa John's (Up to 50% Off)

Papa John's

Multiple Locations

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes

$47.91 $26

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Large Pizza, Breadsticks, and Garden Salad for Carryout or Delivery at Vocelli Pizza (Up to 43% Off)

Vocelli Pizza

Rose Hill

Meal with bread, garden salad, and large pizza with up to five toppings made with vine-ripened California tomatoes and Wisconsin mozzarella

$36.92 $21

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One 24-Inch Pizza with Two-Liter Soda and Option for Wings and Garlic Knots at Esquisito Pizza (Up to 53% Off)

Esquisito Pizza

Westview Terrace

Chefs prepare gigantic pizzas topped with savory toppings and served alongside buffalo wings and garlic knots

$32 $16

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Pizza Dinner with Garlic Bread and Salad for Carry-Out or Dine-In from Red Tomato Pizzeria (Up to 44% Off)

Red Tomato Pizzeria

McLean

Large cheesy pizzas covered with basil, ricotta, and other toppings pair with garlic bread and salad to make a hearty meal for families

$37.76 $23

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Two Large Three-Topping Pizzas at Extreme Pizza (Up to 47% Off)

Extreme Pizza

Short Pump

Chefs pile vegan friendly crusts with more than 44 premium toppings, including pesto, portuguese linguiça, ginger-peanut sauce, and hummus

$35.60 $19

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Pizza, Pasta, and Drinks at Joe’s Place in Vienna (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Joe's Place Pizza & Pasta

Vienna

Chefs bake crispy thin-crust pizzas & deep-dish Sicilian-style pies, adorning them with fresh seafood, mozzarella & basil

$20 $11

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Pizza Meal for Two with Salads and Drinks or $10 for $18 Worth of Italian Food at Brick Oven Pizza

Brick Oven Pizza

Ashland

Crispy pizzas and subs from brick oven meet with traditional Italian pasta dishes beneath vivid murals

$18 $10

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14-Inch Gluten-Free Pizza or 18-Inch Classic Pizza with Garlic Knots at 3 Guys Pizza Pies (Up to 52% Off)

3 Guys Pizza Pies

Midlothian

Pizza made from scratch-made dough, whole milk mozzarella, local veggies, and quality meats such as pulled pork; gluten-free pizza available

$25.37 $13

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$15 for $30 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, Sandwiches, and Wings at Gino’s Pizzeria

Ginos Pizzeria

Northwest Virginia Beach

Menu includes stuffed pizza, pasta dishes such as chicken marsala with garlic bread, and calzones and sandwiches

$30 $15

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$15 for $30 Worth of New York-Style Pizzas, Hoagies, and Pastas at Bronx Pizza & Subs

Bronx Pizza & Subs

Clarendon - Courthouse

Classic New York-style pizza by the slice or whole pie is served alongside giant calzones, hoagies, and fresh pasta dishes

$30 $15

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$20 for Two $20 Vouchers Toward Food and Drink at Zeytin Pizza and Pasta ($40 Value)

Zeytin Pizza & Pasta

Bon Air

Casual pizzeria serves hearty classics such as house-made eggplant parmigiana, calzones, NY-style pizzas, subs, and salads

$20 $10

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$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good For $10 Worth of Italian Cuisine at FreshCrust Trattoria ($20 Value)

FreshCrust Trattoria

Virginia Beach

Thin-crust pies such as the Philly steak and chicken florentine match with lobster ravioli and sandwiches piled into Amoroso’s bread

$10 $4.50

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Italian-American Cuisine at Dough Boy's California Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Dough Boy's California Pizza

Multiple Locations

Buffalo wings, half-pound burgers, and homemade chipotle chicken or steak pizzas served beneath straw tiki thatch and amid tropical murals

$30 $16

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Italian-American Cuisine at Dough Boy's California Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Dough Boy's California Pizza

Multiple Locations

Buffalo wings, half-pound burgers, and homemade chipotle chicken or steak pizzas served beneath straw tiki thatch and amid tropical murals

$30 $16

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"Sorry, can you hold on a sec?" Jobi's Pizza owner Mark Hinckley attends to a delivery phone. He's efficient and friendly. Upon returning, he graciously apologizes and continues his story. "Well, we all have day jobs. This is something fun to do at night." The "we" Mark is referring to is himself and his two business partners, Joe Kuftack and a man named O'Brien. It was the combination of their names that spawned the restaurant's curious moniker—Jobi's. "We work for engineering companies," Mark explains. "I work for architecture, the other two in military civil service." Maybe it's this background in creating something from nothing that explains the success of the restaurant's hand-tossed pizzas and made-from-scratch wing and pasta sauces. However, Mark believes that it's something more immediate that brings customers in the door. "They're supporting a local business. When regulars come in, sure, it's the quality. But here you can feed a family of four for under $20. It's a tough economy, and we want to help." Through the floor-to-ceiling restaurant windows, night is settling in, and the tables are filling up for dinner. The red-and-white-checkered tablecloths slowly populate with hot sandwiches, gooey specialty pizzas, and whole-grain pastas. Looking around at the wood paneling, smiling faces, and pizza ovens aggressively wagging their tails, there's a palpable feeling of friendliness in the room. Mark believes that comes from a place that larger chains can't access. "One of the people that works here––the one who painted the Jobi's logo on the wall—he's an airbrush artist. Wintertime, he works at the pizza place. The rest of the year, he works airbrush on the ocean," Mark says proudly. "We can do things like that. We're very family oriented."

4740 Baxter Road
Virginia Beach,
VA
US

Though flavorful Italian cuisine is at the core of Cogan's Pizza, taste buds aren’t the only sensory receptors that perk up when visiting the vibrant eatery. The interior provides a visual feast with huge chandeliers casting subtle twinkles across pressed-tin ceilings and walls covered with posters and music memorabilia. The music motif also engages ears and vocal cords with regular live performances and karaoke.

At the bar, more than 30 beers flow from a lineup of seasonally rotating taps, each carbonated with the perfect number of bubbles to wash down cheesy and meaty pies. For patrons who adhere to a more plant-based diet, the cooks can also top crusts with faux meats, soy cheese, or an evil aunt’s favorite orchid. Pasta dishes, hot sandwiches, and subs stacked with roasted chicken, italian sausage, or roast beef round out the menu.

1901 Colonial Ave
Norfolk,
VA
US

When a pair of former Virginia Beach lifeguards came up with the idea to open the first Chicho's Restaurant in 1968, they had one goal in mind: use nothing but fresh ingredients to make the best pizza they could. Decades later, this simple philosophy has grown into a statewide franchise where every topping is freshness and every pizza is hand tossed. A flavorful layer of marinara, garlic and herb, or hot and spicy sauces cover traditional and thin-crust pies scattered with more than 20 toppings in specialty and build-your-own combinations. Boneless chicken bites and wings soak up 10 different sauce varieties, including Cho's fire, garlic parmesan, and teriyaki. After two-handing a 5-ounce burger or hearty sub, guests can improve hand-eye coordination or get rid of cursed quarters by playing the games in Chicho's arcade.

1400 Kempsville Rd
Chesapeake,
VA
US

It's rare to hear the words "gourmet" and "kid-friendly" in the same sentence, but that is exactly what Pie-tanza strives to be. Indeed, adults and kids can both enjoy the novelty of sitting at the counter that surrounds Ed McKee and Karen Waltman's open kitchen and watching as chefs hand-stretch Neapolitan-style dough, slather it with chunky tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella, and slide it into the 600-degree wood-burning oven. It's the oven that makes these pizzas so authentic, producing the crispy, chewy, bubbly thin crust that is the hallmark of a true Neapolitan-style pie. Familiar enough for younger diners, the pies can also be made a little more refined, thanks to grownup-friendly gourmet toppings such as rosemary chicken and fresh basil, or tri-colored peppers and kalamata olives. The restaurant’s other authentic Italian eats include hearty baked pastas and sandwiches, which feature hot toasted sub rolls or fine leather wallets stuffed with slow-cooked meatballs, roast turkey, or prime rib and cheddar cheese. Of course, no Italian meal would be complete without dessert, so diners should save room for mini chocolate-dipped cannoli or a java-chip brownie sundae topped with crushed dark-chocolate-covered espresso beans.

2503 N Harrison St
Arlington,
VA
US

Long before she became the owner and executive chef at Europa Italian Cafe & Tapas Bar, Michelle Williams cut her teeth in the restaurant industry as a hostess and a cocktail waitress. Ambitious from the start, Williams soon finished a rigorous chef apprenticeship program, became a sous chef, and learned to cut onions so expertly that everyone nearby would weep tears of joy. Today as a founding member of the Richmond Restaurant Group, she oversees a slew of unique local eateries.

At Europa Italian Cafe & Tapas Bar, Williams and her cooking staff blend dozens of Spanish tapas with classic Italian pastas and seafood. The restaurant's signature paella mixes scallops, shrimp, mussels, clams, and fish to harmonious ends, and the meat paella alters the classic recipe, replacing seafood with chicken, chorizo, and lamb sausage. More than 50 bottles of European and American wine—as well as housemade sangria—complement the dishes.

1409 E Cary St
Richmond,
VA
US

If the murals in Tuscany Ristorante Italiano's romantic dining room didn't tip you off to the eatery's Italian influence, the scents coming from the kitchen would. In there, chefs sauté Gulf shrimp, cuts of veal, and fillets of fish before tossing them with the house's pasta and sauces. They also craft traditional thin-crust pizzas using their own freshly made dough, basil, and natural cheese to capture traditional Italian flavors. The shop opens its doors from breakfast onward and begins building light breakfast dishes as well as bistro sandwiches and salads that burst with spinach, grilled chicken, and goat cheese, just like a farmer's piñata.

12638 Jefferson Ave.
Newport News,
VA
US