125 "Italian" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Little Dom’s Seafood in Carpinteria is an ideal destination dinner when you just need to get out of the city.
A mostly Italian spot in the West Hollywood-iest part of West Hollywood, Olivetta serves enough good pastas that you’ll be happy about your meal here.
Il Pastaio is a Beverly Hills classic and the closest the city has to a true neighborhood pasta spot.
Cortina’s is a long-standing Italian deli and market in Anaheim with fantastic cold-cut sandwiches and pizza.
Cavaretta’s is a classic, family-run Italian deli in Canoga Park and home to our favorite cannolis in Los Angeles.
Soprano is an Italian restaurant in Hollywood that’s great if you’re on the Walk of Fame... and not much else.
Colapasta in Santa Monica is your new spot for affordable pastas - because everyone needs one.
Jones Hollywood is a classic spot that works for pretty much anything, and is the version Hollywood we actually wish existed.
Marco Polo is a sunny restaurant at the Silver Lake Pool & Inn that specializes in seafood-y Italian.
Dear John’s in Culver City will transport you back to the glamorous Old Hollywood era you wish you lived in.
Maccheroni Republic is a true neighborhood Italian restaurant in Downtown with solid pasta, a friendly staff, and a fantastic front patio.
MidiCi Pizza in Marina del Rey is a fast-casual spot making Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven.
Locanda Positano is a tiny Italian spot in Marina del Rey serving pasta so good you’ll forget you’re eating next to a car wash.
Angelini Osteria is an excellent Italian restaurant in Beverly Grove that’ll put a pretty big dent in your wallet.
Burrata House is home to some decent cheese but doesn’t need to be your first choice at Grand Central Market.