Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Wildomar. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you.. Wildomar is a city in Riverside County, California, United States. It was incorporated on July 1, 2008. The city is located in a fast-growing area. As of the 2010 census, the population of Wildomar was 32,176, an increase from 14,064 at the 2000 census, when the community was still an unincorporated census-designated place.
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4 based on 19 reviews
I've eaten here many, many times, as well as yesterday, and it's always the very best, freshest food. The pizza is piled high with toppings. They also have pastas, calzones, chicken wings, sandwiches and salads. There's free delivery within a 10-12 mile radius, but it's worth the 22 mile drive from Hemet to Lake Elsinore for their food. And Bob the owner is great as well as all his staff. Everyone is very friendly. And they give back to the community with fund raisers and supporting local teams. Also, there's an arcade for the kids of all ages. Try them. You'll be happy you did.
4 based on 47 reviews
Murrieta is smaller and has fewer restaurants than neighboring Temecula. I would return to this place; good food, good wine and an accommodating host; we had a very nice by-the-glass local wine. He offered us a delicious cannoli to try when we indicated we were too full for dessert.
4 based on 143 reviews
My family have frequented the Mill for breakfast at least 3 times. THis can be busy, so if you get there after 9, expect a wait. Great variety and the prices are reasonable (a little less than Richies). Portions great, loved the breakfast burrito, sausage and eggs good, pancakes for kids worked out great with bacon of course. Benedicts and specials change out and we have always liked them. Location is best for us and most casual relaxing place in the area. Want to try out dinner and the patio some day
5 based on 76 reviews
Welcome to Nonno's Ristorante! We're proud to offer a wide array of authentic italian dishes and desserts made from the finest ingredients available. Our boutique wine list features selections from local area wineries including Wiens and Robert Renzoni.Bu
Nonnoâs is a good Italian restaurant. Service is friendly and the restaurant is clean. Our last visit was on a Wednesday and we were seated promptly. We started with Martinis and calamari. Drinks were great and the calamari was crispy. We shared a Caesar salad that was perfectly dressed. We ordered the lasagna and linguini with clams for dinner. Both dishes were very good. We recommend eating here. Everything weâve ever tried has been very good and never disappointing.
Always cooked with fresh ingredients and no preservatives, our pizzas make us stand out above the rest of the competition. Our local, family owned and operated business is now being handled by our third generation.
What can you say about Michael's Pizza? Well they have been here in Wildomar for about 20 years...give or take...I love that they DO NOT weigh the cheese before they out in on your pizza so it's cheesy! I'm never disappointed when I order. The guys are always friendly.
4 based on 16 reviews
I thought i would try a 'non-chain' pizza and Pie Nation appear to rate well. I ordered a thin crust American Pie with added pineapple.The shop appears clean and tidy and was staffed by 3 young girls who appeared to be efficiently processing orders.My wait for the pizza was surprisingly short and when i got back to my car to eat it, found the pizza to be a little undercooked. That on top of it having way too much cheese, and devoid of any flavour made this pizza a big disappointment. Must have got them on a bad day. I wont be back.
4 based on 157 reviews
We have always enjoyed VIncenso's but the last time two weeks ago had the worst meals ever there...The chicken Parmesan was overcooked and tough and blah tasting, not good sauce as in the past - Bread was overcooked and cold - husband had a mix of seafood on pasta and again, blah sauce. Just not like it used to be and I did have a good drink of Italian soda but for the almost 65.00 bill, sorry, just not like it used to be and owners were not there to complain. Hate to do this but Giovanni's is better tasting at this time.
4 based on 247 reviews
We have been dining at Anthonyâs since they opened. We have celebrated many special occasions and birthdays with friends and family over the years. The servers really go above and beyond to make sure your dinning experience is top notch and make you feel welcome. Today we stopped by for lunch. Fridayâs are a great day to eat at Anthonyâs. There are a few special items that they serve on Fridayâs only like the clam chowder and stuffed pork chop. The clam chowder is delicious and the pork chop is out of this world. Kudos to the kitchen staff! The pork chop is cooked perfectly and moist every time. All the pastas are very good. We love the lasagna and fettuccine. We also tried the chocolate eclair today, which was a special today. Iâm not a big fan of eclairs but WOW! I am a fan of Anthonyâs eclair!! It was amazing!If you feel like having a drink the bartenders are great. Best martinis in town!Great appetizers too!Anthonyâs is a great local restaurant. You wonât be disappointed! Thank you for your detailed and positive review! We agree the our staff is second to none and are our most important asset to treating our guests right, as well as our kitchen staff for delivering amazing food, consistently. Thank you again and hope to see you soon!
4 based on 86 reviews
Tresino's, a family owned and operated business, originated three generations ago in a predominately Italian community called "The Hill" in St. Louis. Our family has been preparing and serving the same delicious recipes for generations. They originated in
A lot of American "Italian" restaurants are very poor imitations of restaurants in Italy - too much Americanisation, with inflated prices to match. But this restaurant seems to be an exception. We've been there a couple of times now and everybody in the family enjoyed their food, and the check hasn't been too pricey either. Good food and wine.
5 based on 33 reviews
Serving the best Italian Food and Pizza cooked in a wood-fired brick oven! With over a decade of experience in the restaurant business and a deep love of Sicilian food and a knack of turning customers into friends and family. Angelo's Brick Oven Pizzeria
Our group of 5 friends stopped after hiking much of the day at the Santa Rosa Preserve. We were hungry and glad that the service was efficient and quick. We ordered two pizzas to share, a margarhita and one with mostly meat. Both were delicious and filling. The pasta dishes ordered by adjoining tables looked good too. Cold drinks were refilled without asking and the bread served before the pizzas arrived was wonderful. We certainly will be back.
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