133 "Italian"Restaurants in New York.
Pasquale Jones is Charlie Bird with pizza, and that's why we love it so much.
An absolute classic. It hardly gets better than L'Artusi, and that's been the case for a long time.
Carbone is red sauce Italian restaurant theater and it's a show you shouldn't miss. This is one of New York City's absolute best restaurants.
The only thing that is keeping Rubriosa from being one of NYC's classic Italian restaurants is time. Let's eat vodka sauce pizza while we wait.
Al Di La is the ultimate neighborhood Italian restaurant. If you live in Park Slope, congratulations.
Il Buco is still one of the most special restaurants we've got in NYC, and we'd like to remind you of that.
Marea is about as good as upscale eating gets in Midtown, and there's a lot of that around. Don't miss the bone marrow and octopus fusilli.
Most everything on the menu at Charlie Bird is fantastic. But what’s really got our attention are two things that these people already do better than almost anyone else: service and wine.
When good restaurants get better. Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria gets an extremely high rating, along with the honor of being one the only things in history to improve after a key lineup change.
An Infatuation favorite, Locanda Verde is a very good restaurant, and it is so because the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Whatever your restaurant need, Lil Frankie's can probably solve it. This is the ultimate utility player.
Barbuto has been a West Village staple for a long time. Hit it for the pasta, the roast chicken, and the scene of single people hanging at the bar.
Casa Apicii is the West Village Italian restaurant you hit up when you need to feel like an oligarch. An oligarch who loves pasta.