Restaurants in Italy

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After a day sizzling in the Positano sun, there’s nothing better than taking a 20-minute ride up to the mountain hamlet of Montepertuso for the... Read More

With the only two-star Michelin rated restaurant in Sicily, chef Ciccio Sultano is in high demand. Steeped in Sicilian tradition, his dishes nonetheless... Read More

Named after the three iconic rock outcrops off Capri’s south coast, this restaurant just south of the central piazzetta holds fast to tradition,... Read More

A jewel of a restaurant serving refined Tuscan food since 1958. The green-painted wood panels, embossed wallpaper, graniglia floors, and stucco details... Read More

Eat on the garden terrace, suspended almost a thousand feet above the sea in Castellabate. Read More

Sozzani’s favorite restaurant is housed in a 500-year-old palazzo and serves the town’s best tortelli di zucca (pumpkin ravioli). Read More

Tuscan fish dishes are as simple and as remarkable as the rest of Tuscany’s cuisine. The key with them—even more so than with meats—is freshness. La... Read More

Lombardo specializes in very honest Lucchese cuisine, such as the stewed codfish with leek, and also represents some decent and inexpensive local wines.... Read More

Just steps from the Piazza di Spagna, Ristorante Nino, with a stone-walled exterior, sits along a relatively quiet cobblestone side street.... Read More

Northern Italian cuisine made with regional ingredients such as tortelloni stuffed with chamois and wild-berry butter. Read More

Throughout the Campania region of southern Italy, the Fischetti family is famous for their restaurant in Vallesaccarda Avellino, which for three... Read More

One of Florence’s first wine bars, Pane e Vino (Bread and Wine) is just a 10-minute walk from the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge). The spacious, barn... Read More

One of Rome's old guards is a historic restaurant in the Jewish Ghetto neighborhood. Piperno is known for its carciofi alla giudia (Jewish-style fried... Read More

Hometown chef and cookbook author Claudio Sadler's eponymous restaurant offers an escape from the frenetic pace of Milan. Five intimate rooms are... Read More

Dine under the arched brick ceiling of Ristorante Sotto La Mole, housed in a former horse stable by the National Cinema Museum. Thin strands of eggy... Read More

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