Italian Restaurants in Westchase

Half Off Italian Food and Drinks at Vino E Pasta

Vino E Pasta

South Tampa

$24 $12


Dishes lauded by the Tampa Bay Times include 15 types of pasta tossed with pesto, alfredo, and bolognese and served with 38 wines

43% Off Italian Food at CDB's Pizza & Italian Restaurant 

CDB's Pizza & Italian Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

Menu of Italian classics includes manicotti dinners, hot grinders, signature pizzas, and chicken parmigiana

43% Off Italian Fare at Cesare's at the Beach

Cesare's at the Beach


$40 $23


Family recipes steer creation of housemade pastas, handcrafted desserts, and entrees of chicken, veal, and seafood

Up to 47% Off Pizza Meal at Marco's Pizzeria

Marco's Pizzeria

Tierra Verde

$20.90 $11

Chefs make dough for New York–style crust daily, then top it with buffalo chicken, philly steak, and other specialty toppings

40% Off Pizzeria Eats for Carryout from Jet's Pizza

Jet's Pizza

Saint Petersburg

$20 $12


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

43% Off Dinner at Joia Fabulous Pizza & Martini Bar

Joia Fabulous Pizza & Martini Bar


$40 $23


Classic Italian pastas and slow-cooked meat dishes compliment hand-tossed pizzas and drinks

$11 for Italian and Greek Fare in Plant City

ABC Pizza (Plant City)

Plant City

$20 $11

Grinders, gyros & pizzas served in eatery founded by Greek brothers

Up to 40% Off Italian Food at Gio Fabulous

Gio Fabulous


$20 $12

Italian entrees, such as wild mushroom ravioli and manicotti made from a family recipe, plus pizzas with thin crusts handmade daily

Up to $7 Off Italian Food and Drinks at Gio Fabulous

Gio Fabulous


$20 $13

Italian specialties such as spinach ricotta pizza, chicken Parmigiano, and spaghetti with shrimp, scallops, and calamari in white wine sauce

Up to 49% Off at Primos II Pizzeria

Primos II Pizzeria

Cleveland Heights

$29 $15

Although it specializes in pizzas, such as eggplant and meat lover's varieties, eatery also serves calzones, strombolis, hoagies, and pasta

43% Off Italian Cuisine and Drinks at Cafe Amici

Cafe Amici

Main Street Merchants

$30 $17

Homemade pasta dishes including burrata with speck, homemade lobster ravioli, and branzino paired with wines at homey Italian eatery

43% Off Italian Food and Drinks at Primo! Ristorante 



$30 $17

Wood-oven-baked pizzas; more than 15 pasta dishes flavored with veal, seafood, and housemade italian sausage

Up to 45% Off Italian Cuisine at Cosimo’s Trattoria and Bar



$20 $11

Classic and modern Italian cooking includes homemade pasta dishes alongside hand-tossed, brick-oven pizzas and Asian-influenced shrimp

43% Off Italian Food for Dinner at Café Americano

Café Americano

Main Street Merchants

$30 $17

Italian chefs prepare fried calamari, light pizzas, and hearty pasta dishes; the kitchen uses aged steaks and fresh-caught local seafood

$9 for Italian at Filippo's Pizzeria

Filippo's Pizzeria


$18 $9


Casual Italian restaurant with fresh pizzas and calzones, seafood, veal, and chicken pastas, and hearty meatball subs

Up to 53% Off Italian Cuisine at D'oro Palazzo Lakeland

D'oro Palazzo Lakeland


$15 $7


Italian staples such as shrimp scampi and veal parmesan served during dinner and meatball sandwiches and pizzas served during lunch

50% Off at I Love NY Pizza Restaurant Bar & Grill

I Love NY Pizza Restaurant Bar & Grill


$30 $15


New York-style pizza pies, as well as calzones, pasta, chicken, and veal entrees

Select Local Merchants

San’s delectable menu bursts with a medley of homemade thin crust pizzas, piping pastas, and hearty sandwiches crafted with fresh ingredients. Dinner DJs hand-hurl each pie sky-high upon your order, slathering it in scratch-made sauce, a rich blend of cheeses, and tantalizing toppings including house-made meatballs, artichokes, eggplant, and feta ($1.95+ / slice, $7.50+ / pie). Silence trilling tummies with specialty pizzas, such as the rail-thin Cara’s Crispino sprinkled with tomato, basil, garlic, and balsamic ($2.50 / slice, $18.95 / 16’’x16’’), or the Balls of Fire pizza, a pizza topped with cheese and pizza sauce combined with a special hot sauce, meatballs, jalapeno and crushed red peppers ($18.95 / 18" large). Homemade manicotti ($10.95) and lasagna ($10.75 for cheese, $11.75 for beef) soak in flavorsome lochs of house marinara, and a bevy of hot and cold sandwiches ably sate bun enthusiasts ($5–$8.75).

4842 Ridgemoor Blvd
Palm Harbor,

Papa John's has carefully crafted a menu of specialty pizzas to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Order a Hawaiian BBQ Chicken, or go all-out and get The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy Italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portabella mushrooms, and ripe black olives. Satisfy herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a Tuscan Six-Cheese or Garden Fresh pie. The full list of specialty pizzas includes several more; take the hassle out of haggling over individual ingredients and boldly cast your straight-ticket ballot for the pizza party that your conscious dictates.

3460 E Lake Rd
Palm Harbor,

Mozzarella, dressings, and dough crafted from scratch populate Vetture's authentic Italian dishes to create fresh fare. Multitudes of tempting toppings meet atop the thin and crispy crust of Vetture's pizzas, which range from the 8-piece medium pizza ($10.95+) to the 16-piece sicilian ($16.95+), with most sizes available in whole-wheat varieties for healthier helpings. Like watching a silent film on a smartphone, the chicken parmigiana pizza turns a timeless classic into a handheld treat ($14.25–$18.95), and the Crispino pizza marries the subtle flavors of balsamic vinegar and olive oil with fresh tomatoes, basil, garlic, and homemade mozzarella ($20.95 for 16"). Those looking to please their Italian-craving palate can taste creamy penne carbonara tossed with peas, bacon, and onions ($11.95); or take an oceanic adventure with the calamari and scungilli marinara, including an option of spicy fra diablo sauce on mouthwatering morsels of squid and snails ($14.95).

36137 E Lake Rd
Palm Harbor,

Unlike applying for a job, auditioning for a play, or winning over in-laws, becoming a member of the Lobosco clan is as easy as eating pie. Pizza pie, that is. "One bite and you'll be family!" is the restaurant's fun-loving motto, one that the kitchen crew reinforces by crafting homestyle pasta dinners, hot hero sandwiches on fresh-baked bread, and classic Italian entrees such as eggplant parmigiana. Pizzas are stretched thin in the New York fashion, then topped with ingredients ranging from classic sausage, pepperoni, and olives to less common shrimp, crab, and white sauce.

31808 US Highway 19 N
Palm Harbor,

Voted Best Specialty Pizza in Dunedin in a House of Beers citywide contest in 2010, Bayshore Pizza’s success comes courtesy of co-owner Erik Johanson’s passion for quality ingredients. That and his mom’s secret sauce recipe, of course. Making good on a lifelong dream to run his own restaurant, Johanson oversees the family-owned-and-operated pizzeria, where chefs hand-toss fresh, daily prepared dough before transforming it into thin-crust and pan pizzas, folding it into ricotta-stuffed calzones, and rolling into hearty strombolis. Pizzas are available whole, or by the slice, where toppings range from the classic––pepperoni, sausage, green pepper––to the creative––clams, garlic, parmesan, and bacon––and a choice of five sauces waits to grace Bayshore’s chicken wings, which also won top prize in 2011, but never brag about it.

1269 Bayshore Blvd

The aromas of Middle Eastern spices and grilled meats waft through the restaurant’s windows and doors, drawing passing noses closer with every outpouring of scent. At Prestige Lounge & Lebanese Cuisine, chefs reproduce authentic Lebanese recipes that draw from both Eastern and Western culinary influences to give diners a taste of the Middle East that lingers on in memories with expressive herbs and sizzling meat dishes. Chefs build their culinary sonatas using only halal meat and prepare yogurts and build on their flavor profiles all in the restaurant’s kitchen, ensuring that each bite is fresh. As live entertainment gets rolling on Friday and Saturday nights, the food gets a worthy competitor for diners’ attention spans. Belly dancers perform on weekends, and other talents, such as Middle Eastern singers and DJs, electrify the dining room with their lively shows.

2152 Main St