265 "Italian" Restaurants in New York.
Fradei is an Italian wine bar in Fort Greene that's a good option for date night.
Vinum is an Italian wine bar on Staten Island with a big, covered backyard.
Patricia’s is an Italian-American spot in Morris Park where you should share pizzas and pastas with a group.
Bin 5 is an Italian spot with a back garden on Staten Island that’s perfect for date night.
Royal Crown Bakery on Staten Island sells Italian cookies, cakes, and pastries, as well as to-go lunch stuff like sandwiches with sweet soppressata.
If you're looking for pizza near the border of Sunnyside & Long Island City, head to Sotto le Stelle.
An exclusive, cash-only Italian spot with ten tables, lots of celebrity clientele, and regulars with standing reservations.
Vezzo is an Italian spot in Murray Hill that serves very good, cracker-thin pizza.
Cremini’s is a small Italian spot in Carroll Gardens that feels like someone’s apartment.
Lucali is a walk-in-only spot in Carroll Gardens that serves the best pizza in New York City.
Da Toscano is an Italian spot run by the chef from Perla, which was located in the same space in Greenwich Village.
Pasta Al Forno is different from most West Village Italian spots. It’s tiny and BYOB, and it’s a great place to have unexpectedly good baked pasta.
Rossopomodoro isn’t the best Italian restaurant in the West Village, and it isn’t the second or third-best either. But it’s still a useful place.
Gaetana’s is an old-school Italian spot in the West Village that tends to stay quiet. If you want to hide from the world, stop by for a chicken parm.