Restaurants in Italy

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Owned by a Sicilian who learned the art of ice cream–making from his grandfather, this small gelato parlor is considered the city’s best by... Read More

Set in the column-lined courtyard of the 16th-century Palazzo Medici Lante della Rovere, not far from the Pantheon, this is one of Rome’s oldest... Read More

Stop by this dairy and cheesemaker for perfect Parmesan. Read More

High above town, Castel Fragsburg turns out locavore dishes such as grilled fillet of Tyrolean ox and goose liver accompanied by a tonka-bean brioche. Read More

The simply furnished restaurant (ivory tablecloths, black-and-white photos) in the San Frediano quarter is a favorite among locals, who come for... Read More

The bar and restaurant near Teatro La Fenice eschews typically fusty Venetian ambience in favor of spider-web metal chairs, a chameleon-hued backlit bar... Read More

Checchino is a traditional Roman restaurant originally opened in 1887 by the Mariani family. Sensing an opportunity, they started the venue as way to... Read More

The beachfront restaurant serves up delicious linguine alle vongole. Read More

The focus of this sleek shop is gelato ice cream, chocolate, and coffee, though sandwiches and pastries are also available. Handmade chocolate is... Read More

Located in Piazza San Lorenzo, just four blocks from the Spanish Steps, Ciampini is a full-service bar, restaurant, and gelateria known for having some... Read More

The posh Cibreino ranks as one of the city's most famous dining destinations. A few doors away, at its sister location, you can share communal wooden... Read More

Lines snake out the door even in winter at this gelateria near the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (there are also three other locations in Milan). While... Read More

Anyone weary from traipsing the cobblestones in the Centro Storico will love this innovative and relaxed bilevel restaurant, where you can drop in for a... Read More

In a humble kitchen outfitted with a century-old wood burning stove, Gianlfranco Paoli served traditional Tuscan dishes such a ribollita and rabbit in... Read More

This small, family-run restaurant hides on a nondescript side street near Piazza Barberini, but finding it is half the fun. Inside, the simply decorated... Read More

Coming from the kitchen of Italy’s first restaurant to win three Michelin stars, chef Carlo Cracco teamed with gourmet food seller Peck to launch... Read More

Tucked away where Via di San Teodoro meets the western end of the Circus Maximus, this Parisian-style pasticceria is a little off the beaten path. The... Read More

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