Italian Restaurants in Eastchester

Half Off at Fifth Avenue Pizza


$24 $12

Extensive menu catalogs specialty pizzas such as bacon chicken ranch plus sandwiches, calzones, wings, and pasta entrees

Up to 49% Off Dinner at Maestro's Italian Restaurant

New Rochelle

$66.70 $34


Lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and other hearty Italian favorites along with homemade breads accompany desserts such as cannolis and gelato

50% Off Pizza Meal from Roberto's Pizza & Pasta

New Rochelle

$32 $16

Choose from a menu of inventive pizza options, such as the philly cheesesteak pizza, the lasagna pizza, and the more traditional Meat Lovers

Up to 52% Off at Gemelli Pizzeria

New Rochelle

$30 $15

Pizzas topped with hot cherry peppers or fresh basil in an elegant dining room with exposed brick walls

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Luciano's in Yonkers

Colonial Heights

$73.85 $35


Plates of salmon, veal, chicken, and steak mingle with homemade pasta inside eatery with live music and dancing on weekends

50% Off at Addeo's Pizza

North Riverdale

$30 $15

Pizza varieties include the Grandma pie, with housemade marinara on a thin Sicilian-style crust, along with pastas, heroes, and calzones

51% Off Dinner at Michael Anthony's Pizzeria

Southeast Yonkers

$62.75 $31

Casual 3-course dinners include an appetizer, such as fried meatballs with sautéed onions, soup or salad, and an entree or personal pizza

Up to 51% Off at San Martino Ristorante

Northeast Yonkers

$40 $20


Homemade lasagna, chicken scarpariello, veal and shrimp francese, and penne alla vodka reflect dishes chefs grew up with in Italy

Up to 50% Off Italian Meal at Enzo's Restaurant


$80 $40


Homemade pasta and flavorful chicken and steak dishes decorate linen-topped tables at eatery with outdoor seating

Half Off Italian Cuisine at La Bottega Mangia Bene

Great Neck

$50 $25


Veal chops; pasta with sun-dried tomatoes; homemade paninis and salads; and pizza made from imported ingredients beside a dance floor

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Delfino's


$66 $33

The chefs can do things old-school, down to making fettuccine, pappardelle, and other pastas in house every day

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at ZáZá Ristorante


$77 $39


Pizzas topped in housemade mozzarella and made in wood-fired oven imported from Naples; entrees including veal scaloppini and clam linguini

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at Piccola Trattoria

Dobbs Ferry

$84 $42


Classic Italian dishes including lobster ravioli, lamb-shank osso buco, lasagna bolognese, and homemade gnocchi

Up to 48% Off Dinner at B & Co.

Midtown Center

$188 $99


Organic, local, and grass-fed ingredients—often from local farms—mix into upscale Italian and Mediterranean dishes

50% Off at Ornella Trattoria Italiana

Ditmars Steinway

$50 $25


Italian food including prosciutto di parma, penne with San Marzano tomato sauce, spaghetti carbonara, and salmone primavera

Up to 53% Off at Creative Pizza

Middle Village

$27.45 $13

Non traditional toppings such as sauteed wild mushrooms, homemade meatballs, and Coca-Cola braised pork

Up to 55% Off at Luka's Italian Cuisine


$35.85 $17


Montenegro-born Chef Luka crafts Italian classics and signature dishes influenced by his continent-spanning culinary studies

Up to 53% Off Lunch or Brunch for Two at MK Valencia

Ridgefield Park

$40 $19


Satisfy lunch-time tummy rumblings with sandwiches or pastas, or chow down on crab omelets or french toast in Vermont maple syrup at brunch

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at 90 Park Restaurant

North Bergen

$25 $12.50

Appetizers of grilled octopus or stuffed mushrooms precede Italian entrees such as gnocchi with pesto or Milan-style veal

Up to 50% Off at Ottimo Pizza & Trattoria

White Plains

$40 $20

Spicy meats, mixed veggies, and even mac 'n' cheese top pizzas, which diners can complement with glasses of wine or salads

50% Off Italian Food at Luca Bella Pizza Restaurant

White Plains

$40 $20


Classic Italian-American dishes liked baked ziti with homemade sauce, sausage-and-pepper sandwiches, thin crust and brick-oven baked pizzas

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Portofino Ristorante wins over visitors with feasts of baked clams, slow-cooked pork loins, and tender sautéed chicken atop beds of pasta. Perched upon City Island's waterfront, the restaurant cultivates an atmosphere that, like a tractor christening, is simultaneously rustic and urbane. The patio gives diners a view of New York's skyline; the interior evokes the image of a banquet hall in an Italian countryside villa—maroon leather chairs, warm light descending from chandeliers, and walls decorated in a stucco-esque scumbling and murals of Mediterranean harbor scenes. Guests sup on shrimp stuffed with crab meat or sautéed broccoli raab in cozy candlelit booths, break bread in the Piccolo Room or banquet area, or toast goblets of wine at the tucked-away wraparound bar.

555 City Island Ave.

A staple of the Bronx for more than 40 years, F&J Pine Restaurant boasts a pantheon of menu options, from seafood succulents to traditional Italian fare. Begin an edible excursion with a plate of clams Casino, where mollusks gamble away their pearly life savings while mingling with vinegar peppers and bacon ($12.50). Those looking to dive straight into an entree can anchor incisors in the farfalle rustica, a flavorsome concoction of grilled chicken, roasted peppers, and broccoli in basil-infused olive oil ($14.50 for a regular portion). Much like eating an R. L. Stine novel, omnivores can choose their own delicious adventure with the Milanese pine-style cutlet, where a pan fried slice of chicken, veal, or eggplant, gets into precarious situations with a swath of roasted peppers and fresh mozzarella in a warm balsamic vinaigrette ($11.50–$15.50).

1913 Bronxdale Ave

A tasty spread of authentic Italian-style cuisine awaits within the pages of Louis Seafood Restaurant’s menus. Chew parties begin with fried zucchini ($7.95) or broccoli sauté ($6.95), and a specialty dish of gnocchi with mozzarella ($14.50) extends masticationary joys past the appetizer stage. Eggplant rollatini ($19.50) and broiled fillet of flounder ($19.75) magnet-draw mouths, with all meat, poultry, and seafood dishes accompanied by a choice of spaghetti, salad, french fries, or other tasty sides. On Tuesday nights, foodie Frankensteins can build a meal monster from the mix-and-match pasta, which pairs bowties, spaghetti, penne, and shells with a variety of sauces for an all-you-can-eat delight ($10.95). For the restaurant's namesake nourishment, sink hunger hooks into a seafood dish such as fried shrimp ($20.75), broiled fillet of flounder ($19.75), or deviled crab cakes ($22.75).

3478 E Tremont Ave

The cuisine curators at Good to Go present a menu of hearty Italian and American cuisine amid a romantic, warmly lit space with walls bedecked by soft pink and yellow hues. Loosen up clenched craws for an appetizer of ricotta-and-mozzarella-stuffed fried rigatoni ($8.50) while lubricating the gullet with a Black Oak chardonnay ($7.95). The chicken ’n’ spinach flatbread ($9.95) demonstrates that cuisine can be enjoyed in three or two dimensions, and the spaghetti bolognese stitches together a quilt of cream and meat sauce with tasty noodles ($12.95).

1894 Eastchester Rd

Replicating the boisterous atmosphere and hearty repasts of traditional Italian hearths, Patricia's of Tremont piles plates with familial favorites from the pages of the multifaceted menu. Patricia's dough decathletes pound out a personalized dinner discus from an array of pizza possibilities, with entries including the Patricia, an eponymous, olive and asparagus-laden pie ($9.75–$18), gas-cooked or wood-fired to diner specifications.

3883 E Tremont Ave

The seasoned chefs at 900Park concoct an expansive menu of creative Italian cuisine, from brick-oven pizzas to succulent steaks and chops, served up in a relaxed yet refined setting resplendent with white tablecloths and natural lighting. Launch edible expeditions at 900Park's exposed-brick bar with a glass of pinot noir and a plate of calamari alla park, grilled or fried calamari crowned with hot cherry peppers, olives, and a spicy scampi sauce ($11.95). Palate-pleasing entrees include a succulent T-bone steak—marinated in garlic, rosemary, and fresh herbs ($27.95)—that has learned to play nice with a bevy of portobello mushrooms whilst lounging in a red-wine reduction. The decadent vodka pizza intoxicates the senses with a smattering of grilled chicken, a Friday-night-sized portion of vodka sauce, and a Tuesday-afternoon-sized helping of peas ($15–$17). Dive mouth-first into a flavor pond with grilled swordfish and fresh garlic swimming in a balsamic reduction ($18.95), which arrives steaming next to your choice of salad and pasta or a potato croquette.

900 Morris Park Ave