Italian Restaurants in Brooklyn

30% Off Italian and Mexican Food at Monsignor’s Restaurant

Monsignor's Restaurant


$50 $35


Appetizers such as fried calamari and garlic-cheese bread precede entrees of goat-cheese ravioli and mushroom pasta

50% Off Italian Food at Ristorante Vaccaro

Ristorante Vaccaro

Dyker Heights

$50 $25

Italian restaurant serves up classic dishes such as mozzarella di bufala caprese salad and pollo alla vaccaro with chicken and shrimp

Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine at Mezini Restaurant & Lounge

Mezini Restaurant & Lounge

Park Slope

$50 $25

Elegant Italian restaurant features a raw bar stocked with freshly caught seafood

Up to 60% Off Pizza Meal for Two at Nice Pizza

Nice Pizza


$45 $18

Pizzas inspired by the south of France include a 16-inch pie with grilled marinated chicken and a cheese pizza with a choice of toppings

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Il Posto

Il Posto

Bergen Beach

$30 $15


Chef Nino, an area favorite, helms the kitchen as plates come out with homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and signature tiramisu

Up to 51% Off Pizza Meal at Casa Edesia

Casa Edesi

Bath Beach

$30.50 $15

Family-owned trattoria makes guests feel at home with hearty New York–style pies

Up to 48% Off at Pizza Heaven

Pizza Heaven

Pizza Heaven

$20 $11

All vegetarian and kosher menu includes spinach and cheese calzones, eggplant-topped pizza, falafel, and cheese ravioli

Up to 41% Off Italian Cuisine at Olla Wine Bar

Olla Wine Bar

Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton

$100 $59


French, Italian, and Spanish cooking styles inform wine bar menu that includes seafood risotto, oven-roasted duck, and eggplant rigatoni

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While parents will appreciate the distinct, crisp flavors of brick-oven pizzas topped with prosciutto, broccoli rabe, and beef tenderloin, kids will see their favorite cheesy dinner. Further incentive for cleared plates comes in the form of homemade gelato and a nutella-and-strawberry-topped pizza pie.

347 Court Street

Knapp Pizza II’s owner Francesco Sciortino imports the vibe of a casual pizzeria and pasteria from Sicily, where he spent most of his childhood. After perusing a lengthy menu, eating duos and quartets can sink teeth into an appetizer of baked clams or mozzarella sticks before deploying forks into entrees from chicken parmigiana to shrimp oreganata.

261 Avenue X

One way to avoid getting buffalo sauce all over your hands is to not touch buffalo wings at all, ever. This simple logic inspired Danny Boys Pizza to put some buffalo chicken on a pizza with blue cheese, making for a handy meal with less mess. The ingenious chefs also stack hero sandwiches with Boar's Head cold cuts to ensure each bite packs a refined flavor. Alongside their signature Sicilian-style pizzas—available whole or by the slice—the cooks plate traditional Italian entrees such as veal marsala, baked ziti, and tortellini alfredo, each of which can fill up fork-obsessed guests or sad, empty pockets.

1904 Surf Avenue
New York

Anthony’s kitchen first began crafting ravioli and ziti in the 1940s using recipes brought over Italy, and the menu has stayed true to its roots throughout the establishment’s more than 60-year history. House specials such as homemade ravioli stuffed with lobster or shrimp have stood the test of time, pairing nicely with garlic rolls and house-made wine or the fermented water popular in America throughout the 1950s. The owners bedeck the walls in colorful artwork, vibrant handwritten menus, and photos of themselves from their years as youthful cooks to proud restaurant owners.

2110 Avenue X

The bar is restored and the Italian imported wood-burning oven are new, but otherwise, nearly every element of Monte's is the same as when it took over Angelo’s Tavern in the 1930s—a restaurant that itself dated back to 1906. Once a hangout of the Rat Pack and silver-screen stars such as Hedy Lamarr, the revitalized dining room's brick walls ensconce the aromas of hearty pasta dishes strewn with gourmet meats such as duck and wild boar. Wood-fired pizzas emerge crisp and golden brown, covered in fragrant meats and cheeses, while drinks emerge fresh from the aforementioned bar.

451 Carroll St

Slice of Brooklyn Pizzeria's dough slingers toss fresh ingredients and an ardent love for the Old World into meat, tomato, and cheese-filled dishes. The pizzeria’s massive menu overflows with hot and cold Italian-American classics, including baked ziti and eggplant parmigiana, and palate-pleasing fusions such as buffalo-wings pizza. Servers transport dishes to tables, cater all manner of events, and deliver fresh fare directly to doorsteps or trapdoors located inside doorsteps.

849 4th Ave