Italian Restaurants in Wood River

$11 for $24 Worth of Pizza at Cicero’s

Cicero's Restaurant

University City

Pizzas with andouille sausage, cream cheese, breaded chicken, artichokes & more than 20 other toppings at eatery & live-music venue

$24 $11

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Pizza for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Pizzeria Tivoli (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Pizzeria Tivoli

Portage Des Sioux

Specialty pizzas made in a custom wood-burning oven, topped with ingredients such as pesto sauce, fresh mozzarella, and jumbo shrimp

$20 $11

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Upscale Italian Dinner and Drinks at John Mineo's Italian Restaurant (50% Off).

John Mineo's Italian Restaurant

Saint Louis

Tuxedo-clad servers deliver housemade pastas, veal specialties, and fine wines inside a more than 40-year-old family-owned restaurant

$60 $30

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$30 or $60 Worth of Food and Drinks at Trattoria Branica (50% Off)

Trattoria Branica

Frontenac

Amid wall sconces and modern chandeliers, seafood and veal swim in wine sauces alongside sauce-laden pastas and juicy, thick-cut steaks

$30 $15

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$11 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Wings, Sandwiches and Breadsticks at Dojo Pizza

Dojo Pizza

Bevo

Specialty pizzas range from a hand-tossed pie with buffalo chicken to a stuffed pan pizza; menu also includes sandwiches and salads

$20 $11

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$14 for $24 Worth of Pizza, Salads, and Sides at Papa Murphy's

Papa Murphy's

Papa Murphy's St. Louis City

Take ‘N’ Bake pizzas with fresh dough topped with ingredients in customized or pre-selected combos

$24 $14

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Casual Italian Cuisine at Cecil Whittaker's Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Cecil Whittaker's Pizza

Multiple Locations

Pasta, sandwiches, and famous thin-crust pizzas, including Cecil's Deluxe, Cecil's Veggie, and Cecil's Meat Lover.

$20 $10

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Italian Cuisine for Dinner at Agostino's Italian Restaurant (40% Off)

Agostino's Italian Restaurant

Fairview Heights

Second-generation chef curates a menu of Italian classics as well as a seafood-pasta specialty of his father’s own invention

$50 $30

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$17 for Pizza and Beer at Misty Nights Bar & Grill ($34 Value)

Misty Nights Bar & Grill

Saint Charles

Pizzas baked in a brick oven pair with domestic brews at a pub with free pool tables and karaoke Thursday–Saturday

$34 $17

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$19 for One 16-Inch Two-Topping Pizza and One Salad for Carryout at Dino's Italian Restaurant (Up to$32.95 Value)

Dino's Italian Restaurant

St. Peters

Carry out a 16-inch pizza topped with sausage, meatball, pepperoni, or other toppings, plus a salad to share

$32.95 $19

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Cooks at Pirrone's Pizzeria's two locations craft pizzas from fresh dough, housemade sauce, and 17 different toppings. Inside the kitchens, cooks bake lasagnas and deep-fry golden onion rings to pair with sandwiches stuffed with meatballs, chicken parmesan, and italian salami. In the evening, diners can opt for a dinner portion of golden fried jumbo shrimp, skinless chicken breast, or italian sausage accompanied by salad, spaghetti, and all the napkins you can eat. Both locations have sizeable dining rooms, and the newer Saint Peters location fills its red-hued walls with flat-screen televisions showing sporting events for customers seated at the full bar.

1775 Washington St.
Florissant,
MO
US

Rizzos is a full service Italian Restaurant that has been serving the north St.Louis county area for over 30 years. We have a full menu of appitizers, salads, pastas and chicken fish and beef entrees. We offer a full service bar with juke box and 5 televisions.

1839 Dunn Rd
Florissant,
MO
US

Even if pizza isn't your thing—which is unthinkable—the menu at St. Louis Pizza & Wings has something tasty and satisfying to please palates. The kitchen staff prepares 14 signature sandwiches, including an open-faced ham and cheese on garlic bread, and seven traditional pasta dishes for in-house dining or takeout. Double-decker burgers and boneless wings sate cravings for classic pub cuisine, and nine specialty pizzas come with hand-tossed thick crusts or St. Louis–style thin crusts.

739-A N Hwy 67
Florissant,
MO
US

Paul McCartney. Luciano Pavarotti. Ronald Reagan. Besides being household names, these icons all have something else in common??they've all had the honor of dining on Chef Giovanni Gabriele's authentic, award-winning cuisine. While his passion for cooking was born in his native Sicily, it was Giovanni's other great love??his wife, Fina??that eventually led him to St. Louis, where he opened his restaurant in 1973. Just six years later, he found himself cooking for President Reagan at Reagan?s inaugural dinner, and the dish he made??a creamy bow-tie pasta topped with salmon and parmigiano??was renamed farfalline del Presidente Reagan in the commander in chief's honor. Today, it remains one of the most popular items on Giovanni's menu, alongside a host of other Italian pastas named for the celebrities who supped upon them.

But you don't have to be a celebrity or a politician to get the star treatment at Giovanni's. The restaurant has earned an AAA Four Diamond Award for 27 years running, and a 4-Star Mobil Travel Guide Award every year since 1983, in part due to the careful attention lavished upon each and every guest. Today, nearly 42 years after its inception, Giovanni's son Frank runs the kitchen, blending its iconic sauces and forming the housemade crepes, but Giovanni still commands the show, supervising in the kitchen, greeting patrons tableside, and mining the pepper and salt from nearby mountains himself.

5201 Shaw Ave
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Onesto is Italian for "honest," so it's no surprise the owners of Onesto Pizza & Trattoria strive for transparency when it comes to their food. They proudly showcase the list of more than 10 local farms from which they gather their menu's organic and seasonal fruit and antibiotic- and hormone-free meat. They even reveal the secrets behind their wild-mushroom- and Gulf-shrimp-topped pizzas by letting diners watch as each pie is hand-tossed. Pasta, from the housemade fettuccine to the macaroni and cheese served with lobster in a cast-iron skillet, joins elaborate seasonal entrees such as pan-seared wild striped bass, accompanied by a pumpernickel-crusted saffron risotto cake and sautéed spinach and apples in a lemongrass-butter broth. In addition to sourcing its ingredients locally, Onesto strives to reduce its carbon footprint by recycling, serving to-go orders in compostable containers, and asking diners to take off their carbon shoes at the door so as not to leave a footprint.

The gourmet ingredients and eco-friendly attitude seem to overshadow the restaurant's decor, which the Riverfront Times describes as "unassuming … with no obvious flash or flair." But subdued is sometimes best, as the paper named Onesto's "simple" patio as Best Outdoor Dining of 2010, hailing it as "an escape from the hustle and bustle of other St. Louis restaurant patios."

5401 Finkman St
Saint Louis,
MO
US

According to many members of the close-knit Italian community on The Hill, it was at a restaurant called Oldani's in the early 1940s that a clumsy chef dropped a piece of pasta in frying oil and created the first toasted ravioli. That dish went on to become a Saint Louis specialty, and Oldani's went on to become Mama's on the Hill, rechristened by matron Mama Campisi, who took it over in 1982. When Mama's sons, John and Frank, had to give up the restaurant in 2005, Lance and Andrea Ervin jumped at the chance to take over the culinary landmark. They reopened it in 2006, retaining many of Mama's original recipes as well as the crisp signature pasta. Ivory and black stripes upholster padded chairs in the understated dining room, where a set of glowing candles are ensconced in a stone fireplace. Here, Mama's special recipes still serve as blueprints for many of the house sauces, including the marinara and parmesan cream. Salmon entrees are drizzled with her chianti-balsamic glaze, and deep-fried shrimp do cannonballs into her cocktail sauce.

Mama's famous fare also lures avid diners to enroll in culinary classes taught by kitchen staff. In the currently running sauces class, up to 20 students set pots a-simmer in groups of five, fueled by appetizers, snacks, and pep talks given by freshly cracked bottles of wine.

2132 Edwards St
Saint Louis,
MO
US