38 "Italian" Restaurants in Chicago.
Monteverde is an Italian restaurant in the West Loop. It sounds boring on paper, but there’s so much more to it than that. Excellent food all around.
Classy without being overly pretentious. Riccardo Trattoria is one of our favorite Italian restaurants around.
Passerotto is a great neighborhood restaurant in Andersonville serving Korean food with some Italian influences.
Nico Osteria is a seafood-focused Italian restaurant in the Gold Coast’s Thompson Hotel.
Bill and Giuliana Rancic force us to like them with excellent Italian food in a trendy setting.
SoNo Wood Fired is a casual Italian restaurant and pizza restaurant that’s always reliable.
Topo Gigio is a classic Italian spot in Old Town that's good for any occasion.
An old school, family-run Italian joint that’s ideal for a casual dinner in Little Italy.
Frunchroom is a small spot in Portage Park serving different styles of comfort food during the day (plus pizza and pasta for dinner on Thursdays).
Coda Di Volpe is a family-friendly restaurant in Lakeview serving Italian food and wood-fired pizzas.
Davanti is actually a bit of chain restaurant, but we don't hold that against them.
Charlatan feels like a designer hunting lodge. Come for the beers and pastas, stay for the pig head.
Balena is a simple but still nice Italian restaurant that’s good for a lot of occasions.