Italian Restaurants in West New York

50% Off Gelato at Pappardella


Upper West Side

$20 $10

Scoops of rich gelato served on outdoor terrace beneath 20-foot ceilings & mural of Florence

Up to 50% Off Upscale Italian Cuisine at IL Tesoro Ristorante

IL Tesoro Ristorante

Upper East Side

$40 $20


Italian sausage, fresh grilled seafood, fresh organic pastas, and other Old World Italian dishes

Up to 31% Off Dinner for Two at Giano Restaurant

Giano Restaurant

East Village

$100 $69


Homemade tagliatelle, imported mozzarella, and balsamic-glazed filet mignon served inside a candlelit dining room

50% Off Italian Food at Vittoria Seafood & Grill

Vittoria Seafood and Grill

Sheepshead Bay

$30 $15

Seafood is the prime attraction at this Italian restaurant where classic flavor combinations go hand in hand with refined preparation

Up to 33% Off an Italian Prix Fixe Meal at Pagani


West Village

$112 $75


Historic Pagani Building houses Italian restaurant with cuisine that puts contemporary twists on traditional dishes

Up to 44% Off Italian Food at Grotta Azzurra

Grotta Azzurra

Little Italy

$99 $55


Old World cuisine and wine served in an iconic Little Italy restaurant that first opened in 1908

Up to 45% Italilan Meal at Mezzogiorno



$82 $45


Sample entrees such as pappardelle in a wild boar ragout or pesto and pine nut pizzas, paired with glasses of wine

Up to 51% Off Three-Course Prix Fixe Dinner at Serafina

Serafina Meatpacking

Multiple Locations

$114 $59


Meals start with pizza, followed by choices that play on Northern Italian flavors, such as ravioli in sage sauce and sea bass

Up to 60% Off Italian Cuisine at Sofia Italian Grill

Sofia Italian Grill

New York

$277 $110


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

Up to 38% Off Italian Dinner at Sotto Cinque

Sotto Cinque

Upper East Side

$79 $49

Rustic southern Italian restaurant serves plates of pasta tossed with seasonal vegetables and cuts of veal butchered in-house

Up to 32% Off Chef's Grand Tasting Menu at Siro Ristorante

Sirio Ristorante

Upper East Side

$250 $170


Seven-course tasting menu of refined, Tuscan-inspired cuisine at Le Cirque founder Sirio Maccioni's latest restaurant

Up to 54% Off Pizza and Drinks at Rizzo's Fine Pizza

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

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Grace Balducci Doria and her husband Joe Doria met in 1955, eventually founding a family of wholesalers, caterers, and restaurateurs that would go on to specialize in producing traditional and contemporary Italian cuisine. Grace's Trattoria sources fresh ingredients from the family's marketplace before head chefs Joe Trama and Brian Snider turn the seasonal produce and meats into pizzas crowned with sweet sausage and truffle oil, braised-beef short ribs, and buffalo mozzarella caprese salad. More than 45 wines, culled from the fine viticulture regions of Australia, California, and Italy, pair with Grace’s pastas, steaks, and seafood. These rich dishes land on tables surrounded by an idyllic, European-style ambience complete with sidewalk café seating, walls of rustic red brick, stacked wine racks, and chalkboards announcing the daily specials in Esperanto.

201 E 71st St
New York,

It's tough to be timeless, because you can't predict what trends will eventually fall by the wayside. Rossini's Restaurant, however, has made some pretty good bets in its 36 years of business: beautiful paintings, a spacious dining room, and live music every night. Six nights out of seven, that music comes from a piano. But on Saturdays, an opera trio takes the stage, singing romantic numbers throughout supper.

The menu is just as classic as the ambiance. It begins with antipasti and salad dishes, followed by pasta plates such as stuffed tortellini and linguine in a clam broth. The seafood dishes include a catch-of-the-day that can be prepared to your or the chef's taste, and Dover sole that may or may not be available, depending on whether the fish market wanted to keep it all to itself. Other entrees center on filet mignon medallions, seasoned lamb chops, and sauteed veal in white wine.

108 E 38th St
New York,

An oasis of natural, full-flavored pie in a wasteland of modern preservatives, zpizza offers bubbly pizza with options that are safe for vegans, vegetarians, and the gluten-shy. Every pizza at zpizza is freshly prepared, hand-thrown, and gently coaxed into the oven using soft bird calls and pheromone trails, and fire-baked to crispy perfection. The dough is prepared fresh daily from 100% certified-organic wheat flour, and zpizza is also happy to offer certified organic and gluten-free crusts, sating the pizza desire of the allergic, dieters, and wheat sympathizers. Toppings include part-skim rBGH-free mozzarella, MSG-free pepperoni, certified-organic tomato sauce, additive-free sausage, and fresh produce. Try a large ZBQ pizza with barbecue sauce, mozzarella, barbecue chicken, roasted peppers, red onions, tomatoes, cilantro, and sweet corn ($9.95–$20.95), or a chicken curry and yam rustica with mozzarella, curry chicken, yams, mango chutney, raisins, and cilantro ($8.95). Vegans can delight in a Berkeley, a soy-cheese veggie pizza with pesto, soy cheese, veggie burger crumbles, zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, red onions, and bell peppers ($10.50–$21.50), and traveling tongues can sate their wanderlust with a mouthwatering Moroccan rustica with pesto, mozzarella, roasted eggplant, feta cheese, caramelized onions, and pine nuts ($8.95). Prices vary from location to location, so there might be some small variation from what is listed above.

298 Bleecker St
New York,

Vino brings the authentic tastes and surroundings of an authentic Italian wine bar to New York's Upper East Side. The Italian wine flight transports three to five ombras, the traditional Italian term for a tasting or pour, to the awaiting lips of its parched patron, giving palates an elegant tasting experience and frequent flier miles for vacation loving libations.

1268 2nd Ave
New York,

Piccolo Café fills the boot-shaped hole in New York City’s edible heart, offering casual diners and coffee imbibers fresh, inventive lunch fare and organic Italian brews. The Gramercy menu differs slightly from Midtown’s, but both locations feature authentic Italian cuisine such as the prosciutto, baby spinach, and parmigiano salad ($7), which is served alongside garlic olive oil bruschetta. The parmigiano cheese egg sandwich ($6.50 at Gramercy, $6 at Midtown) is a hearty addition to meatless diets, and unlike fast food chains’ morning meatballs or dusk-till-dawn deep-fried sugar cubes, it’s served all day long.

274 W 40th St
New York,

Bella Vita Pizzeria's menu is primarily divided among three things, two of which are brick-oven pizzas and paninis layered with fresh mozzarella and herbs. The third is pasta dishes—customers can choose from 13 entrees that include penne alla vodka and spinach ravioli with a fresh plum tomato sauce. Each entree can be ordered in individual or family sizes, the latter of which is ideal if you plan on finishing that cloning machine tonight.

158 W 58th St
New York,