260 "Italian" Restaurants in New York.
Vezzo is an Italian spot in Murray Hill that serves very good, cracker-thin pizza.
Cremini’s is a small Italian spot in Carroll Gardens that feels like someone’s apartment.
Lucali is a walk-in-only spot in Carroll Gardens that serves the best pizza in New York City.
Da Toscano is an Italian spot run by the chef from Perla, which was located in the same space in Greenwich Village.
Pasta Al Forno is different from most West Village Italian spots. It’s tiny and BYOB, and it’s a great place to have unexpectedly good baked pasta.
Rossopomodoro isn’t the best Italian restaurant in the West Village, and it isn’t the second or third-best either. But it’s still a useful place.
Gaetana’s is an old-school Italian spot in the West Village that tends to stay quiet. If you want to hide from the world, stop by for a chicken parm.
Caffe Buon Gusto is a casual Italian restaurant on the UES, and it's one of the best date spots in the area.
Anton’s is a throwback restaurant in the West Village where you’ll want to eat pasta and drink a martini.
Mama Capri is a coastal Italian spot in Cobble Hill that’s a good option for a casual outdoor dinner or weekend lunch.
River Deli is a neighborhood Italian spot in Brooklyn Heights with large bowls of pasta and even larger windows.
Corto is a BYO Italian spot in Jersey City that serves some very good housemade pastas.
Battello is a big Italian-leaning spot on the waterfront in Jersey City with fantastic views of Manhattan.
15 Fox Place serves a $95 set menu of filling Italian-American food inside a private house in Jersey City.
Renatos is a casual Italian spot in The Heights in Jersey City with very good grandma pies.