Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Springboro, Ohio, United States. Springboro is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio. An affluent suburb of Cincinnati and Dayton, it is located mostly in Warren County in Clearcreek and Franklin Townships; with a small portion in Miami Township in Montgomery County. The city is part of the Miami Valley. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 17,409.
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4 based on 97 reviews
We stopped in for a casual dinner at Carrabba's on the Saturday evening of Labor Day weekend. We expected the restaurant to be crowded (as they often are) but found plenty of room at the bar to be seated immediately. We have visited here maybe ten times and have always enjoyed the food.Andrew, our bartender, was very friendly and attentive. He took our drink orders quickly and gave us good advice on both wines and entrees. It was happy hour (offered daily 4-6:30) so we ordered a half price appetizer, a $3 beer, and a discounted glass of wine. The caprese salad of tomatoes and soft cheese was delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed our entrees, the pasta Georgio and pasta Mezzaluna. The servings were large so we'll have a second meal of each at home.The decor here is quite pleasing with comfortable seating of both booths and tables. The bar is large and fun to sit at with TVs available.We think you'll like this Carrabba's.
4 based on 165 reviews
BRAVO Cucina Italiana is proud to serve Italian classics with a twist made with authentic old world cooking techniques and the highest-quality ingredients - housemade pasta specialties, pizzas and flatbreads, steaks, chops and seafood. We invite you to co
Following PM League Tennis, my wife expresses an interest in dining at BRAVO Cucina Italiana, in Centerville.We like that BRAVO Cucina Italiana is an upscale-casual Italian restaurant serving pasta, grilled steaks and fish, and cocktails in a Roman-ruin decor.Service: Server in need of improvementsâ¦Ambience: Upscale ItalianMenu: Steaks, seafood, Italian,â¦.Dining: Pasta Fra Diavolo is among my wifeâs favoritesNoise Level: comfortableWe highly recommend.
3 based on 64 reviews
I would describe this place overall as a typical sports bar you can find just about anywhere in the country. Lots of TV's on the wall but the noise level overall wasn't at all bad. There wasn't anything outstanding about this place good or bad. The service was average for a sports bar. We only picked this place because it was one of the only ones open on the 4th of July. The small deluxe pizza I had here was pretty good in most respects, tasted pretty good and I enjoyed it. It was a thin crust one which I prefer. At $10, it was reasonably priced. My wife thought her meatball sandwich was decent. Drink prices were average.
4 based on 34 reviews
Went with my wife and another couple. They had recommended this place. Pizza is made fresh and tastes fresh. They use quality fresh ingredients! We also had appetizers that were moderately priced and extremely tasty as well. There is a big room upstairs for parties. A great place to eat and relax. Wish I lived closer! As someone from NY, this was good pizza!!
Donatos is a family-owned pizza company famous for Edge to EdgeÂ® toppings on a crispy golden thin crust. Founded in Columbus, Ohio in 1963, we take pride in giving back in every community we serve.
We love Donatos pizza... but have had numerous problems with delivery orders from this location. On one occaision we ordered 2 subs, one was wrong (no big deal), called and they said the right one would be right out... an hour later no sub, I called back and they never made it because they didn't write down who had called and complained just that someone needed that sub. After a heated phonecall the "manager" said she couldn't authorize giving us free food because there was nothing wrong once we finally got the right food... eventually we did get our meal free... we love the food but if you don't want to stress about your food order it carryout!
4 based on 25 reviews
We were driving through downtown Springboro on a weekend evening after returning from an activity in Mason, Ohio. I had spotted the Ambiance Wine Bar and Art CafÃ© several months ago and was curious about it. We were pleasantly surprised to find this super cozy and romantic cafÃ© situated in a renovated historic home. There's a small front patio with room for a couple of tables and chairs. The interior has a great ambiance, as the cafe's name suggests--with hardwood floors, chandeliers, and two rooms. The bar is in the main room, and there's another adjacent room for overflow seating. The cafÃ© includes a wide selection of red and white wines by the glass as well as a full menu including pizza, salad, and pasta. Home made desserts are created weekly by the owner from scratch. I had a glass of the pinot grigio, and my dining partner had a red blend. We shared the dessert of the week which was a cream puff with strawberries. It was the perfect size for sharing and came with fresh strawberries and cream, light and fluffy layers of pastry. The owner stopped over at our table to make sure we were doing well, and she shared with us that the cafÃ© does not advertise. They will email you the weekly special dinner and/or dessert. We will definitely return for the next special, as this is a very convenient stop on our trips to Cincinnati. It is a very relaxed, casual, super friendly atmosphere which we can enjoy with our friends.
We have been patrons of a competing area chain centered in Cincinnati for many years. Circumstances led us to the Springboro Cassano's Pizza. I was so surprised at the quality of the product that my pizza allegiance may change to Cassano's. The crust was thin, crispy and very good. The quality of the ingredients was impressive. We ordered an Italian Sausage Pizza and the pieces of sausage were large balls of sausage the size of a quarter. They were spaced very close on the top making it a True sausage pizza deluxe. The young man at the counter was pleasant and engaging. We will be back and have found a new first choice pizza.
4 based on 88 reviews
Admittedly, it takes a lot for me to get excited about pizza. This did not accomplish it. Dayton, in fact, has its own pizza tradition, as exemplified by Marion's and Cassano's: thin, crispy crust, cut into small squares. If one burns out on that, Dewey's is a reasonable alternative. The ingredients are the stars here, and they're quite good. The crust--not so much. It's just bready enough that it doesn't get crisp, or have an real body. I did, however, have a quite creditable calzone.
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