Restaurants in Italy

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A Milanese landmark since 1824, Pasticceria Marchesi offers traditional Italian sweets: biscotti, cakes, and pralines as well as coffee (of course) in a... Read More

You could eat breakfast at this historic, aristocratic landmark every day for three months and never have the same pastry twice. Like all Italians, the... Read More

The best part is the $5 lunch and dinner dishes—every day Pastificio Guerra serves two different pastas with toppings (think: peas and mushrooms with... Read More

Located in Testacchio and established in 1911, Perilli is a great pick for those seeking a Roman dining experience away from touristy crowds. Perilli... Read More

A large, bustling fish restaurant with a retro vibe, the San Pietro is located near the Santa Maria Novella train station. But don't let that put you... Read More

Established in 1938, Pierluigi continues to serve authentic Italian food Campo dei Fiori neighborhood of Rome with a commitment to seasonality,... Read More

These dishes are celebrated handmade Tuscan pastas. Pinci—hand rolled—is thick, long, and irregular. Gnocchi (made with potatoes) are little nuggets.... Read More

Tucked inside the Hotel Rex, the restaurant is small and modern with a unique design featuring maroon chairs surrounding white-napped tables, parquet... Read More

Celebrity pizzaiolo Gabriele Bonci reinvents pizza al taglio—rectangular Roman pizza sold by weight—at the tiny Pizzarium. To dough fanatics... Read More

Soccer players, Hollywood stars, famous artists, and locals from the neighborhood all line up outside Pizzeria da Baffetto to wait patiently for a table... Read More

Order the wild-greens–and-sausage pie at Pizzeria da Cristina, an oasis of Neapolitan warmth and tomato sauce just outside the center. Read More

The hottest pizza ticket in town lies in an off-radar location east of Santa Croce. Be prepared to wait in line to sample masterful pizzaiuolo Giovanni... Read More

Opened in December 2006, PORTOfino is rapidly becoming the Florentine’s favorite seafood restaurant. Although it’s ten minutes by cab from... Read More

All of the various Princi locations in Milan are crowded at lunchtime, with locals lining up for excellent focaccia, pizza, and sandwiches, as well as... Read More

If you’re planning a picnic by the lagoon, stock up on provisions here. The delicatessen specializes in seafood to go: spiced couscous with... Read More

The owners used to have a popular shack by the sea and now they’ve gone big in the city, creating an outdoor summertime oasis favored by up-to... Read More

From the outside, this den of seafood looks more like a beach shack than upscale restaurant from one of the city's more recognizable restaurateurs. Chef... Read More

Part bistro and part wine bar, Q.B. Quantobasta is a multipurpose venue owned by sisters Elisa and Alessandra Ruggi. The industrial-style dining room is... Read More

One of the most delicious aspects of Italian cooking is an expertly prepared Mediterranean seafood meal, and this is the best place in Rome to have one.... Read More

Attached to the Auditorium Parco della Musica — one of Italy’s most popular performance venues — is ReD Restaurant and... Read More

Located in the Monteverde district, this trendy restaurant combines a 50’s-inspired design (white tile walls and retro kitchen appliances,... Read More

Ribollita is a thick, white-bean and black-cabbage soup—best with submerged bruscetta. The second is leftover bread soaked (whole wheat, like it was for... Read More

Just below the jagged, 10,000-foot-high Sassolungo peak sits this popular lunchtime spot which offers grilled fish and generously portioned tiramisu. Read More

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