350 St. Peter St.
Build your own pizza for dine-in or take-out. $
Black Sheep Pizza
512 Robert St. N.
Coal-fired ovens and exceptional ingredients create an American “pizza pioneer” experience. $
2356 University Ave. W.
Country favorites and family recipes from all over Italy. $ (lunch) $$ (dinner)
Cossetta Italian Market & Pizza
(Watch for the new rooftop restaurant. Louis opens fall 2012)
211 Seventh St. W.
Cafeteria-style classic Italian food and a gourmet grocery shop. $
Dar’s Double Scoop
1046 Rice St.
Over 40 tasty flavors of deluxe ice cream from dairies in Minnesota and Wisconsin, as well as sandwiches and pizza. $
425 Seventh St. W.
Famous for pasta and a red sauce made daily with ingredients imported from Italy. $
629 Aldine St.
Create your specialty pizza with a gluten-free crust: dine-in, take-out, or delivery. $
Grand Ole Creamery
750 Grand Ave.
A classic ice cream parlor and pizzeria. $
Italian Pie Shoppe & Winery
1670 Grand Ave.
Award-winning pizzas and pasta since 1976 with online and dine-in specials. $
452 Selby Ave.
Romance and garlic on Cathedral Hill; dine inside or on the patio. $ (lunch) $$ (dinner)
The Little Oven
1786 Minnehaha Ave. E.
Reasonably priced Italian fare with monthly coupons and specials that are easy on the wallet. $
2060 Randolph Ave.
Fresh and local gourmet Italian food prepared by traditional chefs. $$
433 Robert St. S.
Philly cheese steak sandwiches and Chicago dogs. $
961 Rice St.
Italian and American eatery for lunch, dinner, and take-out. $
1373 Maryland Ave.
Pizza and Southeast Asian fare: egg rolls, laab, and sesame chicken. $
360 Saint Peter St.
Acclaimed Italian cuisine in a stylish downtown location; offers complimentary valet parking. $$
1183 Selby Ave.
Creative, artistic pizzas with vegan and gluten-free options for dine-in, take-out, or delivery. $
Punch Neapolitan Pizza
704 Cleveland Ave.
769 Grand Ave.
Gourmet pizzas cooked fresh in a wood-burning oven for a smoky crust flavor. $
470 Cleveland Ave. S.
Romantic, classical Italian cuisine with a multi-course tasting menu. $$
Red’s Savoy Inn and Pizza
421 Seventh St. E.
520 White Bear Ave. N.
Countless topping combinations on that famous red sauce. $
1806 St. Clair Ave.
A shared-plate approach to Italian dining. $
Trattoria da Vinci
400 Sibley St.
Fine Italian food amid antique stone fountains and architectural elegance. $$
635 Payne Ave.
Family-owned Italian classic since 1933; famous for Francesco’s sauce, and Bocce Ball. $
184 Seventh St. W.
A new cafe pizza pub for Wild home games. $