Italian Restaurants in West Norriton

Up to 45% Off Pizza at Pizzanini Café and Grill

Buckingham

$30.80 $17

Casual eatery serves brick oven pizzas and pizzanini, customized pies baked in a panini press

Up to 52% Off Italian Cuisine at Cafe Lombardi's

Horsham

$30 $15

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Personal margherita pizzas, veal and chicken dishes, and pasta specialties at family-friendly BYOB eatery

45% Off Pizza and Hoagies at Saucey

West Chester

$20 $11

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Passionate pizza-makers top hand-spun dough with a range of ingredients; classic cheesesteak and other hoagies can be ordered as wraps

Up to 45% Off BYOB Italian Cuisine

Italian Market

$20 $11

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Bring your own drinks to pair with slices of pizza with toppings such as ribeye rubbed with truffle oil or caramelized onion and goat cheese

Up to 45% Off BYOB Italian Cuisine

Rittenhouse

$20 $11

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Bring your own drinks to pair with slices of pizza with toppings such as ribeye rubbed with truffle oil or caramelized onion and goat cheese

Up to 58% Off Dinner at La Fourno Ristorante Trattoria

Washington Square West

$88.75 $39

Brick-oven pizzas, paninis, and classic Italian entrees such as veal parmigiana and pollo marsala with chicken, mushrooms, and shallots

Up to 56% Off Diner Food at Bruno’s Restaurant

Springfield

$25 $12

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Wooden booths and a Wurlitzer jukebox set the stage for diners enjoying philly cheesesteaks, burgers, and pasta

Up to 51% Off at Fratelli's Italian Bistro

Philadelphia

$50 $25

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Cooks at authentic Italian eatery make many menu items by hand, including marinara sauce and meatballs

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at La Stanza

South Philadelphia West

$40 $20

(19)

Italian cuisine at a restaurant that appeared on Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible

Up to 56% Off Seasonal Tasting Menu at Nina's Trattoria

Bella Vista - Southwark

$80 $35

(63)

Rotating weekly menu features dishes composed of seasonal ingredients that guests pair with BYO beer or wine

Up to 43% Off Italian Food at LaTerrazza

Ellisburg

$40 $23

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BYOB restaurant presents a diverse spread of Italian dishes inspired by the traditions of Tuscany, Napoli, and Sicily

50% Off at Antonietta’s Restaurant & Bar

Runnemede

$30 $15

Authentic Italian dishes with homemade sauces, including baked ziti, penne ala vodka, Tuscany chicken, and milk-fed veal saltimbocca

Up to 52% Off Italian Food at Lambertis Cucina

Lower Christiana

$30 $15

(10)

Renowned crab cakes with lemon-pepper cream sauce, chicken marsala, baked ravioli, and spaghetti and meatballs

Half Off at Italiano Delite

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

(9)

Italian cuisine with Sicilian roots such as pasta and meatballs and penne alla vodka, as well as 30 specialty pizzas such as cheesesteak

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At Sessano, proprietor Santino Ciccaglione layers savory meat and cheese atop fresh bread to create a menu of hearty cheesesteaks, hoagies, hot-pressed paninis, and wraps. Sessano’s award-winning, roast pork sandwich ($6.95) helms an impressive fleet of hefty eats, from beefy sirloin cheesesteaks ($6.95) to zeps ($5.50) that fly into mouths at cruising altitude. Dinner parties, potlucks, and sandwich-scarfing contests can provision themselves with the catering menu’s 20-serving trays, replete with six types of hoagie or wraps filled with chicken caesar, chicken tender, or caprese fillings.

1840 Markley St
Norristown,
PA
US

We are a casual dining restaurant serving an upscale twist on comfort food. We range from pizza and lasagna to homemade mushroom ravioli in a shitake cream sauce, to pan-seared diver scallops in a brandy cream sauce: and everything in-between. For Lunch we have all the same, plus an expanded burger and steak menu.

410 W Ridge Pike
Conshohocken,
PA
US

Although they’re known for their classic Italian staples, the cooks at Tony’s Pizza don’t necessarily stick to traditions when topping their gourmet or Sicilian-style pies. That’s not to say they don’t do traditional pizzas, but you’re just as likely to find them adorning their crusts with unconventional ingredients—such as breaded eggplant, steak, broccoli, and BBQ sauce—as you would speckling on the usual pepperoni or sausage. When it comes to the other Italian favorites, however, they proudly take an “if-it-ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it” approach. They prepare a vast array of old-world dishes, sizzling up everything from veal picatta and lobster ravioli to baked ziti and Italian wedding soup, which officiators traditionally poured all over the bride’s dress train as a good luck token. Along with honoring Italy’s culinary history, the cooks celebrate their hometown with Philly favorites such as cheesesteaks and zeps, which are hoagie-style sandwiches brimming with salami and provolone cheese.

2809 Egypt Rd
Norristown,
PA
US

A glance at Alfredo's specials blackboard might reveal grilled mako shark steaks, heirloom tomato bruschetta, and meat accented with local honey, all extensions of a menu that breathes life into southern Italian cuisine. Flights of olive oil arrive on a wooden carving board with house-baked bread, and the absence of a corkage fee and elegant stemware encourage the BYOB policy. Appetizers showcase wild vegetables and meat cured in-house, which pique appetites for pastas rich with veal, prosciutto, and lobster or plates of free-range chicken. Chefs roll their potato dough into gnocchi and combine mozzarella and cream to create decadent burrata cheese, and can replicate their handiwork for onsite and delivered catering. Above a refinished wine cellar designed for parties, the sunlit, exposed-brick dining room has two private chambers with seating for up to 150 people.

668 Lancaster Ave
Berwyn,
PA
US

The culinary gurus of Grappa Café woo palates with a bounteous menu that bursts at the seams with homemade pastas, succulent slabs of meat, and fresh seafood. Families can gather around the table to share an appetizer of artichoke hearts Capri, baked with gooey gorgonzola and mushrooms ($11). As cheesy as a Dolly Parton impersonator, the ravioli quattro formaggi envelops cream, goat, blue, mozzarella, and parmesan cheeses ($8–$15). Dive fork-first into the gnocchi grappa noodle dish dotted with shrimp, artichoke hearts, and sun-dried tomatoes tossed in basil pesto ($17). Diners can bring their own beverage or garden hose to help wash down the filet of pisa––a leaning tower of two 5-ounce fillets layered with portobello mushrooms, fresh mozzarella, and sliced tomato ($27).

19 E Lancaster Ave
Paoli,
PA
US

Growing up, Marcie Spampinato watched her father, Mike, masterfully manage a local country club. By seventh grade, she was working alongside him, and today—with a restaurant management degree from Penn State under her belt—she joins with Mike to co-manage their steak-and-sushi joint, Spamps.

Chefs trained in Japan artfully stuff the eatery's sushi rolls with fresh ingredients such as black-pepper-crusted tuna and flying fish roe. Fusion flourishes such as kimchi tartar sauce, miso beurre blanc, and sake reductions give entrees such as rib-eye steak an Asian flair.

And much like a chocoholic's dream journal, the eatery's new cocktails revolve around sweet flavors, especially Marcie's favorite, the pumpkin-pie martini. Libations, which also include wine and beer, flow freely behind a copper bar with TVs or fill glasses in a dining room with exposed brick walls and private booths. At an outdoor patio dubbed The Grotto, lofted TVs illuminate trellises and tabletops as well as bar-goers shimmying to a live DJ's beats on Friday and Saturday nights.

16 E 1st Ave
Conshohocken,
PA
US