Top Italian Restaurants in Myrtle Beach
Angelo’s Steaks & Pasta
Angelo’s Steak and Pasta features one of the Grand Strand’s only all-you-can-eat Italian buffets and is also home to some of the greatest steaks in the universe. The restaurant serves up favorites like lasagna, Spaghetti Antonucci and homemade sausage and meatballs. All dinners come with a large garden salad with homemade creamy Italian dressing and fresh garlic rolls. Fill up on specialties, seafood items, chicken, veal and much, much more at Angelo’s.
Villa Romana is consistently awarded Italian Restaurant of the Year and Best Italian in numerous area competitions. Catch a whiff of the traditional Italian dishes when you enter the restaurant and you’ll know that they’re the real deal. The extensive menu features traditional baked specialties, veal, seafood, chicken and pasta. The Veal Absolut is a family creation that includes veal cutlets, sautéed in fresh mushrooms and an Absolut vodka cream sauce. All dinners include homemade Stracciatella soup, tomato bruschetta, dipping sauce, fresh garden salad and homemade rolls.
Benitos Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta
Rossi’s Italian Restaurant
Rossi’s Fine Italian Cuisine opened in 1987 and quickly became a favorite of Myrtle Beach locals and visitors. The fine dining establishment offers seafood creations, soups, crisp salads, homemade breads and rolls and tasty Italian dishes. Try specialties like Grouper Meuniere and Saltimbocca Ala Rossi or stick to Italian classics like Chicken Parmigiana Ala Rossi and Scallopine of Veal.
Note: Rossi’s is currently undergoing some changes and is moving to a new location at 7753 North Kings Highway in the Northwood Plaza. They are expected to be back open in April 2018.
Umberto’s Pittsburgh-Italian Trattoria
The family-owned Luigi’s Trattoria offers a cozy setting for authentic Italian cuisine. The menu includes a variety of meat and seafood options, including Filet Mignon sauteed in a marsala sauce; Chicken Picatta; and Salmon Mediterranean in a marinara sauce with artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, onions and capers. Luigi’s offers a kids menu as well as tasty desserts.
Chef Luigi welcomes diners for an authentic Italian meal at Little Italy in Myrtle Beach. Traditional dinner favorites include spaghetti with meatballs or sausage; baked ziti; cheese ravioli; and eggplant parmesana. Chef’s specials are also offered daily. Lunch options include salads, hot or cold subs, or smaller portions of pasta. Little Italy also serves up pizzas, calzones and stromboli rolls.
Capriccio’s Restaurant & Pizzeria
Nestled in a shopping center in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Capriccio is locals favorite for lunch or dinner. They serve up a variety of salads, sandwiches and smaller portions of their pasta dishes for lunch as well as pizza by the slice. Dinner options include heftier portions of favorites such as veal parm, baked ziti, ravioli and manicotti. Gourmet pizzas are also a popular choice.
Ciao Italian Restaurant
Dig into a fantastic Italian meal at Ciao! Italian Restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Open for lunch and dinner, this eatery is the place to go any time during the day when you’re craving Italian fare. While the lunch menu is slightly smaller than the dinner menu, both are packed with flavor. Guests will find their favorite appetizers, pastas, chicken & veal dishes, and seafood options. Start off your meal with an Antipasto before moving onto an entree such as Lobster Ravioli, Manicotti, Chicken or Veal Piccatta, Shrimp & Scallops, Spaghetti Calamari, and more.
Maggi D’s Fine Italian Cuisine
Enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere while noshing on fine Italian cuisine at Maggi D’s. The menu here is deeply rooted in family tradition, providing guests with the best tastes of Italy. Start your meal with an appetizer such as Mussels, Baked Bruschetta, or Eggplant Rollatini, before moving onto a delectable entree. Entree selections at Maggi D’s include Chicken & Veal dishes like Marsala, Picatta, Saltimbocca, and more, plus pasta dishes, steaks, chicken, and seafood.