244 "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.
Razza is a wood-fired pizza spot in Jersey City that’s well worth a trip from New York. Or from anywhere else.
Del Posto is an excellent special occasion restaurant, located in a big space in Chelsea. Think of it as a more upscale Babbo, or Daniel with pasta.
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. They do service and wine better than almost anyone else.
Bread And Salt is a BYOB pizza spot in Jersey City that serves some of our favorite slices around NYC.
Via Carota is a walk-in only Italian spot in the West Village, and there’s a good chance you’ll have to wait a few hours for a table. It’s worth it.
The Italian food at Noho’s Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria has the honor of being among the only things in history to improve after a key lineup change.
LaLou is a natural wine bar in Prospect Heights where you should get drinks and dinner no matter what your feelings are towards natural wine.