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Italian food

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Italian food

We are looking for a good little Italian restaurant that wont break the bank. Not interested in chains and have already tried Villa Toscana (it was ok). Would like to keep it under $15/person if possible. We are staying in Kingston plantation but don't mind driving a little bit.

Poughkeepsie, NY
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1. Re: Italian food

Hi Dan,

In addition to Toscana, we enjoyed Villa Romana a few years back. Very different atmosphere than Toscana- larger restaurant, and was noisy and busy when we visited, but we enjoyed it very much. Several courses served with our entrees such as soup AND salad, with bread.

I have seen others recommend Ciao, which I have never been too, but would like to try. You can also get reviews by clicking on Restaurants, then narrowing your choices to Italian.

Enjoy your trip!

Wake Forest, NC
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2. Re: Italian food

Try: Lombardo's or Luigi's Trattoria...Luigi's being less expensive of the two. Not too far from Kingston either...

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3. Re: Italian food

Might look at Rossi's. Very close to you...just up the street. They do have a few entrees in your price range. It is very good!

http://www.rossismyrtlebeach.com/

Also look at Benito's Brick Oven in North Myrtle Beach. Good pizza's and many other pasta dishes as well. Yum!

http://www.benitosnmb.com/index.html

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4. Re: Italian food

FWIW, I wholeheartedly agree with beachlady. Go to Rossi's! There are quite a few Italian entrees that are $17.25 (just slightly out of your stated price range).

Every year my wife and I stay on Shore Dr. and for the last four or five years we have visited Rossi's. We have never been anything but completely satisfied. Our only regret, is that we didn't visit this restaurant sooner!

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5. Re: Italian food

Benito's is good and reasonably priced for a family.

Howell, NJ
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6. Re: Italian food

Benito's Brick Oven Pizza in North Myrtle beach and Pacino's Mediterranean Grille, Italian Restaurant in Murrells Inlet.

LSH
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7. Re: Italian food

Travinia Italian Kitchen at Market Commons. Pricing might be a bit higher, but worth the extra $

Dublin, Virginia
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8. Re: Italian food

I highly recommend Valentino's II in Surfside Beach. We have eaten there several times. Read the reviews on here. Authentic and excellent, although from the outside it doesn't look like much. Some of the menu may be above your price point but the prices are good I think, and they always have specials.

Canton, Ohio
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9. Re: Italian food

Angelo's has an Italian Buffet with an early bird special of $10.95. Angelo's is a midweek tradition for my family when we want a break from seafood.

http://www.angelosteakandpasta.com/

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10. Re: Italian food

Ciao is excellent. Really enjoy Luigi's too. Many people enjoy Rossi's and Angelo's. I don't care for either but that's just personal choice.

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