16 "Italian" Restaurants in Austin.
With its sleek design, small plates menu, and great patio, Launderette is your place for brunch and girls night out.
L’Oca d’Oro serves modern, light-ish Italian food in a laid-back environment.
If you’re planning a big night out, Olive & June has food, drinks, and a patio that won’t disappoint.
There isn’t a lot of quality Italian food in Austin, and Italic is some of the best.
Uncle Nicky's is an all-day cafe in Hyde Park with a great patio, coffee, pastries, and smaller plates later in the day as well as a good Happy Hour.
Asti is a casual Italian restaurant in Hyde Park with a long wine list and a great patio.
Home Slice on South Congress is bringing New York-style thin crust pizza to Austin, and is definitely worth a visit.
Head to Vespaio on South Congress to celebrate with great - but expensive - Italian food, or head to Enoteca Vespaio next door for a more casual night
Il Bruto serves pizza and freshly made pasta, and is the best new place to eat Italian food in East Austin.
If you want some excellent homemade pasta, but don’t feel like spending a fortune, go to Patrizi’s on Manor.
La Matta is where to go on the east side for Italian sandwiches, homemade mozzarella, and a nice patio to eat and drink on.
Taverna has all the pizza, pasta, and $2 mimosas you need for a good brunch downtown.
Juniper is a fancy-ish Italian spot in East Austin that's good for dinner with the parents or a grown-up brunch.