Italian Restaurants in North Bergen

40% Off Italian Dinner at Cucina di Pesce

Bowery

$100 $60

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Monkfish, clams, and lobster enrich classic Italian sauces and pastas amid the urban charm of a former mob casino

50% Off Meal for Two at Rizzo's Fine Pizza

New York

$38 $19

Acclaimed Sicilian–style pizzas topped with fresh ingredients, such as anchovies, mushrooms, and garlic paired with a glass of wine or beer

Up to 46% Off at Fabio Piccolo Fiore

Midtown East

$110 $65

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Choose from a special prix-fixe menu during dinner at this Italian mainstay in Midtown Manhattan.

Up to 59% Off Italian Picnic

Upper West Side

$91 $39

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Head over to Central Park for a picnic complete with Pappardella's antipasti, sandwiches, and desserts

Up to 60% Off Italian Cuisine at Sofia Italian Grill

New York

$277 $110

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Four-course dinner with classic dishes such as veal carciofini, porterhouse steak, and salmon portofino

Up to 50% Off Wine and Flights at Zana Ristorante

Midtown South Central

$54 $27

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Patrons indulge in a large assortment of wines from a lengthy list includes global and regional wine selection

Up to 57% Off Italian Dinner at Figaro Villaggio

East Village

$76 $35

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Charming corner bistro serves classic Italian favorites

50% Italian Food at Masina Trattoria

Weehawken

$40 $20

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Begin with plates of cured meats and cheeses before tasting tender gnocchi in creamy sauce and grilled lamb chops

Up to 48% Off Dinner at B & Co.

Midtown Center

$188 $99

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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

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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

Bogota

$35.85 $17

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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

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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 50% Off Italian Dinner at Mia Famiglia LIC

Hunters Point

$40 $22

This family restaurant once featured on Food Network puts spins on the chef's family recipes, with inventive items like pizza mac 'n' cheese

Il Brigante – Up to 54% Off Italian Cuisine

Financial District

$118 $55

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Hearty Southern Italian cuisine, such as wood-oven pizzas, handmade pasta, and breaded veal cutlets

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Aleo Restaurant

Flatiron District

$50 $25

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Local markets supply the ingredients for Mediterranean-inspired dishes, including chicken parmigiano, pumpkin ravioli, and veal scaloppini

Up to 44% Off Italian Dinner & Wine at Intermezzo

Chelsea

$79.40 $45

Family-recipe Italian meals served amid black-and-white photos and crystal chandeliers that evoke midcentury glamour

Up to 61% Off Pasta Bistro Grill

Greenwich Village

$20 $10

After PEI clams or eggplant fritters, diners dive into almond-crusted lamb or grilled swordfish before cannoli or mud cake

Up to 60% Off an Italian Meal at Firenze Ristorante

Upper East Side

$146 $59

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Clams, bruschetta, and fresh salads begin meals of housemade pasta, sautéed seafood, and Tuscan-style porterhouse steak

Up to 53% Off Upscale Italian Dinner at Re Sette

Midtown Center

$100 $49

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Gothic-styled eatery near Theater District with southern Italian-inspired dishes from brick-oven pizzas to fresh homemade pastas

Half Off at Rocco's Brick Oven Pizzeria

New York

$25 $12.50

Enjoy dinner cuisine such as veal and peppers, piccata, baked ziti, and prosciutto di parma pizza

Up to 60% Off at Crudo Cucina & Vineria

NoLita

$56 $25

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Authentic Italian small plates, such as fried calamari and bruschetta, delight palates while sipping drinks and enjoying live music

Up to 53% Off Prosecco and Oysters at Cacio e Vino

East Village

$38 $19

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Platters of fresh oysters paired with bubbly glasses of prosecco

Up to 54% Off Italian Dinner at Caffe Napoli Trattoria Luigi

Little Italy

$80 $40

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Italian dinner for two or four with appetizer, pasta dishes or entrees, and glasses of house wine

50% Off Take-Out Pizza and Garlic Knots

East Village

$35 $17.50

Chefs craft pizza with freshly-milled flour, san marzano tomatoes, and grana padano and fontina cheeses

Up to 53% Off Pizza and Sandwiches at Foschini's

Lyndhurst

$24.90 $12

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Brick-oven pizzas, wraps, paninis, focaccia, and family-sized salads

Up to Half Off Pizza Meal at Famous Gyro & Pizza

Jersey City

$28.23 $15

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One-topping pizzas act as bedrocks to a meal accompanied by wings and garlic knot appetizers

50% Off at Pizza Zone

Lodi

$34 $17

Create your own pizzas choosing from toppings such as salami, Italian sausage, green peppers, garlic, and cheddar cheese

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The glowing embers in a rustic brick hearth reach temperature heights of 700 degrees Fahrenheit as they bake pizzas. Once they’ve been adequately roasted, pizzas emerge from brick ovens bubbling and topped with now crisp leaves of basil, soft tomato slices, arugula, and tender chicken. Chefs prepare 15 specialty varietals of pizza using traditional maple- and oak-fired methods that date back to the time when the Ancient Romans invented fire and imparts a toasty crispness to each disc. Pasta noodles mingle with creamy pesto sauce or skirt steak, while slices of foccocia bread ensnare morsels of roasted eggplant, meatballs, or lightly breaded chicken.

Diners can customize pies with à la carte ingredients such as sausage, fresh pineapple, and arugula or opt for the prearranged flavors, which include a ricotta-bedecked bianca pizza and an entree-combining chicken-parmigiana pizza. Four fountain drinks keep bellies happily hydrated, although a diplomatic BYOB policy allows guests to supplement dinners with fermented beverages. Diners can nosh in an all-season garden room, where a vaulted-glass ceiling maintains a pleasant climate through summer, winter, and impending ice ages.

7709 Bergenline Ave
North Bergen,
NJ
US

Vibrant murals of an Italian countryside span the walls of Palermo Pizzeria & Restaurant, setting the scene for a dining experience inspired by the region. Lobster tails, grilled steaks, and piles of spaghetti populate plates atop linen tablecloths in the dining room, alongside crispy pizza crusts weighed down by plum tomatoes, Spanish olives, and blue cheese. A wood-hewn bar ensures wine glasses and mugs stay full throughout meals and its attached TV keeps patrons entertained.

7407 Broadway
North Bergen,
NJ
US

Crusts puff into crisp golden circlets around Famous Amadeus' New York–style pizzas, unrolling tendrils of steam around calzones, strombolis, and time-tested Italian dishes. Pastas leap fresh from the colander or disappear into multilayered lasagna and ricotta-stuffed shells after testifying against forks. Marinara-cloaked entrees drive up demand for napkins within the eatery or join delivery drivers on jaunts to diners around the city.

408 8th Ave
New York,
NY
US

Jazzeria owner Matt Criscuolo Jr. has been hanging out at pizzerias since he was 6 years old. After emigrating from Italy, his father opened a pizzeria where the entire family worked, giving little Matt an up-close look at the business of turning his mom’s recipes into feasts fit for the old country. Inspired both by his family’s livelihood and his passion for jazz, Criscuolo began his own pizzeria, where he now puts his more than 30 years of pizza-slinging experience to work each day.

Inspired both by family recipes and lessons he learns on his yearly trips to Amalfi, Italy, Jazzeria’s dishes derive their flavors from authentic Italian ingredients. Hand-tossed pizza dough transforms into pies including pesto pizza or the pescatore pizza topped with a trio of baby clams, roasted garlic, and bacon. Diners can enjoy dishes named after jazz greats—such as Lady Day’s Bolognese pasta—or grab a calzone to stuff in their pockets for later. In addition to housing tasty bites of the Mediterranean, Jazzeria locations live up to their name with live jazz performances three times a week.

24 Prospect St
Ridgefield,
CT
US

The Rocco boys' love for pizza started in the Bronx, where they worked at their father’s pizzerias from a young age. Now, brothers Joe, Mike, and Frank are continuing their family's tradition at 10 locations of their own invention—all flaunting the Planet Pizza name tag.

A man can't build such a pizza universe without some serious pies. But inspiration isn't a problem for the Planet Pizza culinary team, who've molded more than 30 toppings into about 25 specialty circles, all available on gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts. In addition to specialty pizzas, the cooks concoct other menu choices such the compo salad with baby field greens, grape tomatoes, candied walnuts, gorgonzola, and dried cranberries or the buffalo chicken wrap loaded with strips of crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, spicy wing sauce, and chunky blue cheese dressing are more convincing than Pluto as a mature planet.

411 Main St
Ridgefield,
CT
US

As the sun rises, Chef Pasquale can be found one of two places. Most days, he wakes up early to visit a Bronx marketplace where he personally selects the freshest ingredients for Da Marino's menu. If he isn't there, then he's picking even-fresher produce directly from the vine in his home garden. Chef Pasquale learned the importance of fresh ingredients from his grandmother while he was first learning to cook in Calabria, Italy. From there, he honed his skills in Italy, Germany, France, and Finland before coming to the United States and opening Da Marino. Here, he crafts homemade pastas, such as the stuffed-cheese rigatoni and thin capellini, and prepares Old-World entrees of sea trout sautéed with tarragon and capers in a lemon-butter sauce and new york strip steaks grilled to order.

The chef pays attention to the restaurant's ambiance just as much as he does to the food. Once featured in a scene on Sex and the City, the restaurant is designed to mimic an Italian villa with faux stonework and murals of Tuscan scenery painted by Italian artist Davide Rodoquino. Even the restrooms match the Old-World aesthetic with stone fountains, vases of flowers, and vaulted ceilings painted with blue skies that earned a nomination for 2012's Best Restroom in America from Cintas and the Plumber's Tourism Agency.

220 W 49th St
New York,
NY
US