Italian Restaurants in West Warwick

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Mediterraneo

Federal Hill

$30 $15

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Filet mignon brushed with olive oil, lobster-and-ricotta ravioli, and more than 150 Italian and Californian wines

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Caffe Dolce Vita50%

Federal Hill

$30 $15

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Paninis, pasta, and other savory Italian dishes for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at Italian-styled caffé

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at Spirito’s Restaurant

Federal Hill

$30 $15

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Chefs plate gnocchi, eggplant parmigiana, broiled scallops, and steaks infused with a garlic and butter sauce

Up to 45% Off Pizza Meal at Geppetto's Grilled Pizzeria

Federal Hill

$45.80 $25

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Snack on appetizers before sharing slices of grilled pizzas such as steak and alfredo or BBQ chicken, paired with cocktails, beer, or soda

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Blue Grotto

Federal Hill

$50 $25

Chefs incorporate local, seasonal ingredients into Italian dishes such as braised veal shank or cioppino made with PEI mussels and lobster

50% Off Italian-American Fusion at Pizzico Ristorante

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Painted brick and vine-like mural work form elegantly rustic environment around plates of risotto, grilled pizza, and meat doused in wine

50% Off Pizza and Diner Food at Hope Street Pizza

Hope

$30 $15

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Diners can chow down on pizzas and an eclectic selection of dishes, from Greek gyros and Italian pastas to USDA Choice burgers

Up to 55% Off at Reali's Fine Italian Cuisine

Johnston

$40 $18

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International and domestic white, red, and blush wines complement bites of shrimp alfredo and cheese ravioli drenched in rich tomato sauce

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Il Fornello

North Providence

$40 $20

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Owner's mother oversees the kitchen to put a homey spin on Italian dishes, which head to a ruby-hued dining room with golden tablecloths

Up to 48% Off Pizza, Pasta, and Grinders at My Daddy's Pizza & Grille

Pawtucket

$20 $11

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Specialty pizzas such as buffalo chicken, steak and cheese, and mexican with chicken, hot sauce, tomatoes, banana peppers, and black olives

Up to 44% Off Upscale American Food at Bondos Dining

Marshfield

$40 $24

Chefs use local ingredients and produce, including from an onsite garden, to craft upscale pastas, salads, and entrees

Half Off at World Famous Pizza & Subs

New Bedford

$20 $10

Housemade mushroom sauce and ground beef top made-from-scratch, hand-tossed pies at a pizzeria with calzones, subs, and pasta

Up to 46% Off Pizza at Foodee's

Milford

$18.59 $10

One-year memberships get you a pizza per month inspired by different regions, such as the greek pizza, taco pizza, and reuben pizza

50% Off Pizza at Brothers Pizza

Auburn

$15 $7.50

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Creative speciality pizzas are inspired by food from all parts of the world, including tacos, pineapple, and feta

Up to 43% Off at BonCaldo Restaurant

Norwood

$53 $30

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Wood-fired cuisine from all 20 regions of Italy, served in an opulent, yet cozy dining room

Half Off at Extravaganza Brazilian American Pizza & Bar

Framingham

$30 $15

American and Brazilian-style entrees, burgers, and specialty pizzas, whose toppings include calabresa sausage and malagueta pepper

Up to 53% Off Pizza at Deli Max

Natick

$10 $5

New York–style pizzas come topped with steak tips, banana peppers, scallions,

Papa John's – Up to 54% Off Carry-Out Pizza

Multiple Locations

$21.82 $10

Hand-tossed thin- or original-crust pizzas with thick cloaks of sauce made from California-grown tomatoes and up to seven toppings

Up to 53% Off Italian Cuisine at Viva Bene Ristorante

Viva Bene

$50 $25

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Chefs cook Italian and Mediterranean specialties such as seafood fra diavolo, filet mignon in cognac-dijon demi-glace, and gourmet pizzas

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When Caprice opened in East Greenwich, The Rhode Show correspondent Joe Zito interviewed owner Kostas Karampetsos and overflowed with enthusiasm for his classic Italian preparations. Drawing from his experience running Tavern by the Sea, Kostas and head chef Domingo Fernandez created a menu of pizzas, pastas, and chicken and veal entrees. They also draw inspiration from East Greenwich’s nearby sea monsters to craft seafood dishes such as the scrod francese and frutti di mare, which peppers linguine with littlenecks, scallops, and mussels. Caprice surrounds its guests with elegant dark wood tables and floors and a fully stocked bar. A long wall of windows admits sunlight during the day, and hanging lamps ribbed with an abstract floral design take over at night. Patrons can pull up leather chairs upholstered with a panel of pastel stripes, or slide into one of the lush semicircular booths lining the walls. Behind a speckled stone bar, bartenders also carefully mix more than a dozen specialty martinis.

455 Main St
East Greenwich,
RI
US

Christopher Palios, executive chef and owner of Sophia’s Tuscan Grille, inherited his cooking skills from his Sicilian grandmother, with whom he worked side-by-side as a child constructing traditional Italian dishes. Palios went on to refine his techniques by attending culinary school, traveling to the Caribbean and northern Italy, and working in the kitchens of celebrity chefs Emeril Lagasse and Todd English. Palios uses high-quality ingredients to create innovative dishes that reflect the Tuscan countryside.

Personal touches go into the savory entrees, as seen by the hand-stretched peasant-style grilled flatbreads and the handcrafted nuggets of spinach and ricotta gnocchi. Black n’ blue mussels—simmered with crisp pancetta, gorgonzola, and chives—and linguine with clams pair with diners’ libations toted from home under the restaurant's BYOB policy. House-made desserts round out meals with creamy bites of wild-strawberry spumoni as refreshing as a nap in the produce aisle. To bring the Tuscan experience to their own kitchens, diners may take a cooking class or purchase one of four spice rubs hand mixed and packaged by chef Christopher.

1729 Warwick Ave
Warwick,
RI
US

Christie Flanagan has been cooking for more than 20 years, and along the way has managed to conquer one of the country's favorite foods: the pizza. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and the owner of Napolitano's Brooklyn Pizza, she and her team build their New York- and Sicilian-style pies from housemade dough and pizza sauce every day. An array of slices is always available, while pizzas such as the barbecue chicken-topped Cyclone or the Luna Park "White" Pie with ricotta come as full pies. The team's calzones and stromboli capture those fresh pizza flavors in appetizing pockets and the Brooklyn deep-fried calzone adds to the long list of talents inherent in very hot oil.

100 East St
Cranston,
RI
US

Flare's band of culinary savants bring together Italian flavors on a menu of home cooked pastas, fresh seafood, and toasty pizzas baked in a brick oven. Appetizers invite dining duos and quartets to share homemade lasagna rolls stuffed with ground beef, cheese, and house sauce, which limbos with grace under the mouth's laser security beam. For pizza, chefs paint a doughy canvas in a tableau of specialty toppings such as danish ham, capicola, italian sausage, and shredded mozzarella that melts via the flames of a brick oven. Eaters navigate their forks through lobster-filled ravioli drenched in a brandy cream sauce and tossed with tiger shrimp. Finally, hands intertwine to split up a dessert pizza weighed down in a choice of four sugary toppings, such as Reese's peanut butter cup or sliced strawberries drizzled in chocolate. Groups of four pair their Italian eats with a bottle of red or white wine, including a Citra pinot grigio collected during Italy's seasonal wine deluges.

577 Tiogue Avenue
Coventry,
RI
US

At any given moment, there might be three kinds of bars operating inside Amalfi Oceanside. One produces signature cocktails ready to be sipped in view of the Narragansett beach. Another, which springs up on Sundays, allows visitors to concoct their preferred variants on a bloody mary to pair with their brunches. The third is a raw bar, where lobster tails sit alongside native littleneck clams and oysters that were farmed locally, rather than shipped via friendly pelican.

These seafood samples function as chilled appetizers for a host of oceanic entrees. Pasta options such as shrimp scampi and the seafood fra diavolo—mussels, clams, shrimp, lobster, and marinara sauce over linguine—complement plates of baked cod and pan-seared scallops. Lobster sliders and beer-battered-fish tacos also augment a list of burgers and sandwiches. Breaking from the maritime theme, rib-eye steaks and grilled specialty pizzas round out the menu in addition to slow-roasted cuts of prime rib, which are only available on Fridays—like a feeling of relief among America's work force.

1 Bar St
Narragansett,
RI
US

The culinary construction crew at PD's Pizza builds a menu of 27 types of specialty pizzas from homemade dough, tangy sauce, and nearly 20 toppings. Taste buds revel in Greek-inspired pies, which range from an eggplant-and-meatball moussaka to a Mediterranean loaded with feta cheese, olives, and sautéed spinach. Flying saucers of ham and pineapple transport tongues to Hawaii, and the Pesto Inferno's spicy mix of jalapeños, banana peppers, and red-pepper flakes makes tongues hot enough to fry eggs. New York–style garlic knots twist garlic bread's flavor into a sailor-friendly shape, and house salads arrive to tables topped in five types of veggies and a choice of seven dressings, including blue cheese, light italian, and house-made honey mustard.

1202 Kingstown Rd
Wakefield,
RI
US