This is good, old-fashioned Italian – need we say more? Try the Linguine Luci Johnson. Mangia!
This is your basic family-style Italian restaurant, where the portions are large, the prices are ridiculously low, and the quality is fine.
This national chain serves "immigrant Southern Italian" cuisine. Dishes are served family-style or personalized for two with smaller portions.
Order from the pasta bar, sample one of the wood-fired pizzas, or choose a grilled specialty. The menu also includes the requisite lasagna and spaghetti options.
A family restaurant serving "home-cooked Italian specialties" and buffalo wings.
Located at the Arboretum.
Delectable and deceptively filling pizza at a reasonable cost.
The tapas list totals over 25 items, ranging from the veggie (Tuscan carrots, crispy manchego) to the fishy (gazpacho and poached shrimp, calamari frito, and salmon carpaccio), with staples like insalata caprese and patatas bravas in between.
Don't miss their freshly-made pasta and favorites like zucca chips.
A clear divider between kitchen and dining room provides a view behind the scenes into the pizza- and pasta-making processes.
Always consistent and usually crowded, this eclectic Italian chain restaurant offers plenty of pastas and a lively atmosphere. This restaurant is also particularly kid-friendly.
In addition to a great array of pastas, sandwiches, salads, and wings, this Austin original boasts delicious New Haven-style thin crust pizza. Build your own or order one of the specialties, like the Truffle Spinach Mushroom.
Loyal customers from the Loop 360 set enjoy hearty roasted meats, homemade pastas, a liberal use of truffle oil, and the glow of a crackling fire.
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