Aurora, CO

Three best Italian Restaurants to go to when visiting Aurora

Grant Underwood

AURORA, CO - Craving Italian food while in Aurora? Worry no more. With around 4% of the population having Italian ancestry, the history of Italian in the city is rooted, down to the cuisine. Here are three recommended Italian restaurants in Aurora that serve authentic Italian flavors.

Olive Garden Italian Restaurant


Olive Garden is located in the center of Parker and Havana Lane and has been around since 1982. They are constantly trying to update and innovate the menu for their customers. The restaurant also features a bar for those who want to sit back and relax.

Visitors who bring small children can rest assured because Olive Garden has a special menu for children that is healthy and low in gluten. For those who are members of the e-Club, there are attractive offers in the form of free appetizers or desserts.

For online orders, price, and menu info, visit https://www.olivegarden.com.

Carrabba's
Carrabba's provides an experience of authentic Italian cuisine. This restaurant still uses the original Italian wood fire grill. All dishes use fresh and handcrafted ingredients. Servings such as Chicken Bryan, Pollo Rosa Maria, and Wood-Fire Grilled Steak are a few of their specialties.

The restaurant also offers any pizza for $9.99 and $10 off any bottle of wine every Wednesday. For online orders, take away and catering orders, visit here.

Massino's Pizza and Pasta
Massino's Pizza and Pasta, located next to Safeway on East Mississippi Avenue, offers Italian food that has been passed down from generation to generation. For only $ 9.99, visitors are able to enjoy Spaghetti with Meatballs and Pasta Alfredo with Chicken.

For customers who are interested in ordering online, check out the menu and prices here.

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