Italian Restaurants in West Palm Beach

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Resplendent with variety and bustling with flavor combinations, Belle and Maxwell’s dinner menu brandishes an array of Italian-inspired bistro plates. Tasty flatbreads ($12) crane under the weight of delectable toppings, such as truffle oil and roasted garlic baked into a layer of goat cheese. The lemony, linguine-shielding chicken piccata ($16) inspires elegantly indulgent fork-pirouettes, and the specialty turkey meatloaf ($13), similar to an ex-celebrity in a karaoke bar, demands libation tribute from the bountiful drink menu. Afternoon appetites can salivate over the lunch menu, replete with roast-beef-and-brie-stuffed baguette sandwiches ($11) and a curried chicken salad laid over a bed of mixed greens ($11). To punctuate digestion, foodies can wander in the romantic, leafy patio, try out an English accent in the tearoom, or run laps around the nearest houseboat.

3700 S Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach,
FL
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At Amici's, diners can feast on 10" to 16" signature brick oven pizzas such as the pepperoni and peppers-strewn Classic, the mixed mushrooms and truffle oil-decked Shroomer, and the spicy BBQ chicken. The kitchen also serves up Californian paninis with grilled chicken and chipotle mayo and entrees such as chicken milanese. Craft beers on draft or in bottles quench thirsts for Bells Two Hearted Ale, Green Flash Hop Head Red, or a host of refreshing ales.

801 Village Blvd. suite 306
West Palm Beach,
FL
US

Aromas of roasted garlic and basil waft from the warm ovens at Cafe Centro as chefs prepare a menu of Northern Italian seafood specialties. Beneath the dining area's rustic timber ceiling, servers deliver plates of fettuccine crowned with lobster and brandy cream sauce or fillets of grilled salmon, yellowtail snapper, and branzino. Other dishes include crusty calzones with soft, melting interiors and housemade desserts such as tiramisu. Wrought-iron chandeliers cast a warm glow over racks of bottles filled with fine wines and rolled parchment notes from the pirate who lives in the cellar.

2409 North Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach,
FL
US

microbrews to complement its Italian-American bistro-style menu. Brewmaster Fran Andrewlevich—whose past work has won gold and silver medals at the Great American Beer Festival—whips up lagers, pilsners, and seasonal beers right onsite. In the open kitchen, chefs feed flatbread bruschetta and hand-stretched pizza dough to a hungry brick oven, and craft ranch burgers filled with Angus beef, bacon, monterey jack cheese, and dreams of running away to join the circus concession stand.

700 S Rosemary Ave.
West Palm Beach,
FL
US

Chicken, roasted peppers, and parmesan. Artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil pesto. Spinach, kalamata olives, and gorgonzola. These fixings mingle with mozzarella atop City Pizza Italian Cuisine’s gourmet pies. For something more conventional, try the menu’s build-your-own pizzas or a customer’s creation such as the meat lover’s, topped with pepperoni, sausage, meatballs, ham, and bacon. The restaurant’s other Italian grub includes hero sandwiches, pasta, calzones, and stromboli.

632 Hibiscus St
West Palm Beach,
FL
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Seated at booths or on an outdoor patio with brick floors, patrons of Pizza Stop and Pasta bite into New York-style pizzas with toppings such as baby spinach, roasted garlic, and sweet Italian sausage. Chefs also pile hero sandwiches with cold cuts and, bake pasta dishes, and toss chicken wings with tangy sauces.

911 Village Blvd
West Palm Beach,
FL
US