123 "Italian" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax is an incredible take on American-Italian food, and it’s a place we go back to again and again.
Rossoblu is a fancy Italian restaurant in the Fashion District, and one of the best restaurants to open in LA in a long time.
For Italian food in Los Angeles, it still doesn’t get any better than Bestia in the Arts District.
Cento, a lunch-only spot inside Mignon Wine Bar in DTLA, serves some of the best pasta in the city.
Alimento was one of Silver Lake’s first destination restaurants, and now it’s one of the best restaurants in the city.
Union is the best restaurant in Pasadena, and one of the best Italian restaurants in all of LA.
Bay Cities is a Santa Monica classic that’s been open since 1925. Most importantly, it’s home to The Godmother, Los Angeles’ greatest sandwich.
For outstanding pasta on the Westside, look no further than Felix on Abbot Kinney in Venice.
One of LA’s finest Italian restaurants, Osteria Mozza in Hollywood is still very much at the top of its game.
Dan Tana’s is an LA classic and the kind of place where every night feels like a celebration.
Factory Kitchen tends to gets overshadowed by its famous Arts District neighbors, but it’s one of the best Italian spots in Los Angeles.
Ronan is casual pizzeria on Melrose that serves some of our favorite pizza in West Hollywood.
Craft is a Tom Colicchio restaurant in Century City. Which sounds boring, but really isn’t.
Alameda Supper Club is an Italian restaurant in DTLA that seems simple, but is in no way boring.
Orsa & Winston is an Italian-Japanese restaurant in DTLA that’s just as good for a casual lunch as it is for a special occasion dinner.