274 "Italian" Restaurants in New York.
This Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is an excellent place for date night, brunch, or just went you want a great bowl of pasta.
Tufino Pizzeria in Astoria serves some of the best pizza in Queens, all of which can be made vegan or gluten-free.
La Lanterna di Vittorio is an Italian restaurant in Greenwich Village that's best feature is its surprisingly spacious backyard.
Randazzo's Clam Bar is a Sheepshead Bay institution, specializing in Italian-American classics and seafood.
The Pizza Parlor on Staten Island is a classic pizzeria with a great Grandma-style pie.
Dough By Licastri is a pizza place on Staten Island known for its specialty pies and toppings.
Reggiano's makes some of the best brick oven pizza on Staten Island.
Mona Lisa is a great pizza place on Staten Island. Get a half tomato/half ricotta pie if you’re feeling indecisive.
Francie is a fancy Williamsburg brasserie where you should grab dinner on a big night out.
Pizza By Lucille’s is a great slice shop in Harlem. You can’t go wrong here, but we especially love the square slices.
You don’t have to play tennis or own a beach house to love this West Soho Italian cafe, you’ll just embody that energy while you’re here.
Shelter is an Argentinian spot in Williamsburg that looks and feels like a ski chalet, but with more pizza and empanadas.
Arancini Bros in Essex Market sells and packages sweet and savory deep-fried rice balls in egg cartons.
Hapisgah in Flushing is a popular kosher steakhouse with Italian and Asian options as well.
Abaita is a kosher Italian spot in Midtown with great Neoplotian pizzas and pasta.