Order the Best Lasagna in Austin to Go

Lasagna on white plate

A centuries-old dish, lasagna originated in Naples during the Middle Ages. Today, it’s served around the world where the recipe varies from region to region. If you would like some lasagna, the Italian restaurants offering pickup or delivery near our apartments in Austin include:

Milano Cafe 

Offering an authentic Italian taste in the heart of Texas, the Milano Cafe provides a culinary journey throughout Italy. Called a hidden treasure, it’s where the chefs make every dish from scratch. They begin their day early to make the noodles, simmer the sauces, and bake the bread. Pair the meat lasagna with the bruschetta (a customer favorite), and order for pickup or GrubHub delivery. 

Juliet Italian Kitchen 

Nestled in the heart of Zilker Park, Juliet Italian Kitchen proudly offers a dining experience that guests call home. It was born after Daniel Wilkins decided to provide a place where everyone could satisfy their Italian cravings. The chefs create simple, rustic fare. To do so, they use fresh, seasonal ingredients, and combine classic and modern culinary techniques to create dishes you won’t find anywhere else. For dinner, sample the 17-layer lasagna. Enjoy it with the stuffed calabrese arancini and tiramisu for dessert. Order online for pickup.


When the Reale family decided to share their generations-old recipes, Reale’s was born. The restaurant boasts that it’s “your home away from Rome.” Over the years, many friendships have formed inside the dining room, and are still going strong today. The menu offers an array of dishes, including the meat lasagna. Served in a hearty portion, it features sliced meatballs baked with three types of cheese and house-made marinara sauce. 

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