274 "Italian" Restaurants in New York.
There’s no other wine bar in the city where you can order meats and cheeses like the ones you’ll get from Di Palo’s Wine Bar in Little Italy.
This Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is an excellent place for date night, brunch, or just went you want a great bowl of pasta.
Tufino Pizzeria in Astoria serves some of the best pizza in Queens, all of which can be made vegan or gluten-free.
La Lanterna di Vittorio is an Italian restaurant in Greenwich Village that's best feature is its surprisingly spacious backyard.
Randazzo's Clam Bar is a Sheepshead Bay institution, specializing in Italian-American classics and seafood.
The Pizza Parlor on Staten Island is a classic pizzeria with a great Grandma-style pie.
Dough By Licastri is a pizza place on Staten Island known for its specialty pies and toppings.
Reggiano's makes some of the best brick oven pizza on Staten Island.
Mona Lisa is a great pizza place on Staten Island. Get a half tomato/half ricotta pie if you’re feeling indecisive.
Francie is a fancy Williamsburg brasserie where you should grab dinner on a big night out.
Pizza By Lucille’s is a great slice shop in Harlem. You can’t go wrong here, but we especially love the square slices.
You don’t have to play tennis or own a beach house to love this West Soho Italian cafe, you’ll just embody that energy while you’re here.
Shelter is an Argentinian spot in Williamsburg that looks and feels like a ski chalet, but with more pizza and empanadas.
Arancini Bros in Essex Market sells and packages sweet and savory deep-fried rice balls in egg cartons.
Hapisgah in Flushing is a popular kosher steakhouse with Italian and Asian options as well.