Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Coral Springs, Florida, United States. Coral Springs, officially the City of Coral Springs, is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States, approximately 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Fort Lauderdale. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 121,096. It is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to an estimated 6,012,331 people at the 2015 census.
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4 based on 143 reviews
New York 'swank' meets New Haven 'style' at this incredibly hip pizzeria and bar. Taste the time-honored 'apizza' tradition of New Haven, Connecticut that local food critics and guests are calling 'the best damn apizza you'll ever taste!'.
We went there for the second time and our last time. We had two drinks from the bar, Fettucine Alfredo and Eggplant Parm dinner (dinner being the eggplant with sauce and cheese and a side of noodles...no salad or bread for $19) and the bill was $60. No salad, not even a single piece of bread to go with your pasta. Literally just a plate of pasta for $18! The food was ok...frozen Fettucine is just as good for $3. Go to Carrabba's or Big Bear a few blocks over and get a much better meal and value.
4 based on 94 reviews
We've been to this location twice. I was hoping the second time would be a bit better. Food was okay, it was really warm in there. We were sweating. The server was great and personable, but had to keep asking for items such as refills and condiments. He always brought them with a smile though. I may consider going back if we are out of other options, otherwise not in a hurry to go back. Ps - don't get the pesto sauce in the make your own pasta. Over kill on the pasta.
4 based on 70 reviews
Four of us shared a large salad - which was over-dressed - and 10 baked wings. Our friends shared a small pizza loaded with everything imaginable. My wife and I enjoyed the unusual cauliflower pizza - unique to Anthonyâs. Terrific meal, with lots leftover to take home.
4 based on 52 reviews
We only use the highest quality ingredients and our customers agree that the taste is worth the slightly higher price. While other pizza companies talk about "better ingredients, better pizza", we believe we are serving "the best pizza, made from the best
Stopped there for lunch. Huge restaurant in a large strip center.The pizza is just ok. They have several lunch specials.
4 based on 65 reviews
Stopped for lunch and had their lunch special, 2 slices and a fountain soda.Surprising it was only $5 but more surprisingly included pepperoni slices.The pizza was very good.
4 based on 181 reviews
We shared a very hot and delicious pizza. It is better to buy drinks drinks by the glass with refills than get a pitcher of soft drinks. Counter person was indifferent to us. We setup our own table! No real special lunch menu, as advertised.
4 based on 104 reviews
Our visit to Angeloâs on Friday night was very disappointing and exasperating. A comedy of errors...only it wasnât very funny at the time. Although the food is ALWAYS outstanding, lately the service has deteriorated badly. This has been our experience for our last 2 visits. So I canât say it was just an âoffâ night. Management needs to take a closer look at what is going wrong. It was like mass chaos. We eat here several times a month. In the last year the service had become very excellent and reliable. But something has happened. And itâs not good. I donât see several of the regular servers anymore.Angeloâs is an important asset to our community. The food preparation is always masterful. But the bad service can really spoil an evening out. It takes a very long time to get your wine. The bread finally arrived as we were almost ready for dessert. We never got the olive oil we requested. The dessert took almost 20 minutes and when we asked about it the waitress got snippy. Several items were brought to our table that we didnât order. At the table next to us 2 of the 4 diners were served their meals and it appeared the other 2 were forgotten.I really hope the management can figure this out because when things are working well itâs a great place to go. For now weâll stick to take out only.
4 based on 133 reviews
Marola's Restaurant Of Coral Springs provides Italian food to the Coral Springs, FL 33071
The 1st time we tried Marola's was for my mother-in-law's 89th Birthday. It was magnificent. First, a basket full of delicious warm garlic bread with marinara is brought to the table while you decide on what to order.My mother-in-law enjoyed the Eggplant Parm, my husband had the Zuppa Di Pesce, and I the Pasta Primavera All 3 entree's were wonderfully prepared and we all took a large portion home, a lot of food! Gee, is the manager and came over to sing Happy Birthday to a thrilled 89 year old BIRTHDAY girl. Our 2nd trip was an "early bird" for my husband and I. He ordered the Veal Chop, (not on the menu) it was perfectly, lightly breaded and delicious! I had the Pasta Primavera.....again. It is THAT good! We both had salads, soup, dessert and coffee as part of the early bird special, what a deal! Gee is amazing and attentive and the wait staff the same. A must try!
4 based on 230 reviews
A Very Nice Local Restaurant
Can get busy for lunch on weekdays. Plenty of free parking. Open kitchen. I ordered the smaller version of their standard pizza. For a buck apiece, I added four more ingredients to the pizza from the list of about a dozen available ingredients. The pizza was very tasty. It was preceded by the salad that came with the meal. This salad was composed of fresh ingredients. Excellent service. Reasonable price.
4 based on 427 reviews
As so many of our friends here in Coral Springs recommended, this restaurant is outstanding both in the quality of service as well as their incomparable food and ambiance. I couldn't imagine any other place to celebrate with our immediate family our 50 wedding anniversary. The list of five star caliber aspects of our two hour leisurely, fun filled lunch is long. But it all starts with our well informed, warm and friendly servers headed by unforgettable professional and Ms. Congeniality "J". In reality, the experience started when I made reservations for ten and was encouraged to be seated in Nona's Kitchen. A replica of a 1960's residential kitchen including a black and white TV playing "I Love Lucy". None of us was disappointed with our food. From the hors d'oeuvres platters to the main dishes and deserts this was a culinary paradise guided by a really enthusiastic guide, our server. Thanks to all for a very special commemoration of a very special day.BUM
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