133 "Italian" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Everyone needs a bit of comforting sometimes, and Sunday Gravy in Inglewood serves food that’ll do just that.
The Bari is a Puglian restaurant in Beverly Grove with good food and a beautiful space that instantly relaxes you.
Eagle Rock Italian Bakery & Deli is home to the best cannolis in LA.
Good Clean Fun is a natural wine bar in Downtown LA ideal for both long and short hangs.
Giamela's is a great Italian deli in Atwater Village that's been around since 1964. Always get a meatball on the side.
La Puglia is a great all-day Italian cafe in Santa Monica. Come for coffee and a pastry, or a bowl of squid ink pasta at night.
Amiga Amore is an Italian/Mexican fusion pop-up and one of the most personalized dining experience in LA.
The Barish is an Italian steakhouse inside The Hollywood Roosevelt where Old Hollywood clichés feel brand new.
Pura Vita is a fantastic, all-vegan Italian restaurant in the heart of West Hollywood.
Oste is an Italian restaurant in Beverly Grove that specializes in pinsa, a Roman-style flatbread that’s unlike anything you can really find in LA
Gjelina Pop-Up is serving up wood-fired pizzas, salads, baked goods, and cocktails to-go next to an airstream in Rustic Canyon.
Ospi in Venice is a fantastic Southern Italian restaurant with handmade pastas, pizzas, and fett’unta you’ll have to see (and eat) to believe.
Little Dom’s Seafood in Carpinteria is an ideal destination dinner when you just need to get out of the city.
A mostly Italian spot in the West Hollywood-iest part of West Hollywood, Olivetta serves enough good pastas that you’ll be happy about your meal here.