TOP 10 RESTAURANTS MANHATTAN (Italian)

A Voce Columbus

10 Columbus Circle, 3rd Floor NYC
A Voce’s charm lies in its elegance, both aesthetically and flavorfully. Its menu features Missy Robbins’ modern re-imaginings of classic Italian cuisine, including pesce spada (grilled swordfish), maiale (pork chop with roasted mushrooms) and homemade gnocchi. Its Columbus Circle location boastsa sleek, Italian-inspired interior and stunning view of Central Park, perfect for savoring a luxurious lunch or a romantic evening repast.
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Casual
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Casual

Babbo

110 Waverly Place New York, NY
Babbo, the brainchild of chef Mario Batali, offers gustatory masterpieces
that dance across the palate like Sicilian marionettes. Even the most
skeptical eaters will leave proclaiming a love for dishes like lambs’
tongues and calf’s brains—a testament to Batali’s unparalleled talent for
unlocking the flavor and decadence of Italian cuisine.
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Intimate, classy
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Dressy

Becco

355 W 46th Street
New York, NY
Becco is famous for its “Sinfonia di Paste”: a salad or antipasto dish
followed by an unlimited amount of homemade pastas for a mere $23. If
unlimited homemade pasta frightens your inner Atkin, Becco’s entrees are
equally satisfying: try the pan-seared salmon or slow-roasted pulled pork
for a carnivorous delight.
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Casual, intimate
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Casual

Da Silvano

260 6th Ave.,
New York, NY
Da Silvano satisfies all Italian cravings: the lobster gnocchi is perfect
for those who revel in rich flavors and tender textures, the endives and
beet salad celebrates savory freshness, and the braised pork shoulder is
hearty and well-seasoned. Outdoor seating immerses patrons in the color and exuberance of Greenwich Village, which lends Da Silvano an affable
neighborhood charm.
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Classy, hip
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Casual

Esca

402 W 43rd Street,
New York, NY
Plenty of A-list celebrities visit Esca for a reason: its seafood is fresh, perfectly seasoned and creatively served, and its atmosphere is sophisticated while remaining down-to-earth. The black squid pasta, the Icelandic arctic char, and the baked clams are just a few of the most succulent options, and all dishes are expertly paired with Italian wines.
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Classy, upscale
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Dressy

Felidia Restorante

243 E 58th Street,
New York, NY
Felidia offers superb Italian cuisine, featuring the delectable creations of
Sicilian chef Fortunato Nicotra. The six-course tasting menu will surprise
and delight at every turn: the raw seafood salad is crisp and invigorating,
the porcini with Hudson Valley duck is a perfect symphony of hearty flavors,
and the tiramisu offers an unparalleled finale to an artistically and
literally tasteful experience.
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Upscale, classy
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Dressy

Il Mulino

86 West 3rd St.,
New York, NY
Il Mulino is an authentic Italian restaurant: a place to stay a few hours
and enjoy plentiful food served in a warm, low-lit atmosphere. The
appetizers are hearty and classic—salami, provolone cheese, and fried
zucchini are some of the best—and try the wild mushroom ravioli entrée for a
feast of forest flavors and aromas.
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• Atmosphere
Intimate
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Dressy

Lupa

170 Thompson Street, New York, NY
Lupa offers a cozy, comfortable ambience, excellent service, and unique
Sicilian cuisine. The food is simple rather than over-the-top, relying on
high-quality ingredients nudged to perfection with well-chosen seasonings.
The gnocchi and braised oxtails are phenomenally balanced with pickled
fennel and raisins.
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Romantic, trendy
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Casual

Scalini Fedeli

165 Duane Street , New York, NY
Scalini Fedeli is the gold standard of Italian cuisine in New York City, and
the $65 prix fixe option is an impeccable value. The sauces are flavorful
and balanced, the foie gras is a luxurious blossom of flavor, and thick
rosemary pork chops leave the tongue reeling with delight. Recall that
you’re surrounded by stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings, and your
meal will truly inspire reverent contemplation.
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Upscale, classy
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Dressy

Tre Dici

128 W 26th Street, New York, NY
Tre Dici is a tiny, dimly lit Italian restaurant with a hidden entrance that
makes you feel as if you’ve stumbled across a still-intact speakeasy that
happens to serve excellent wine and steak. A full range of appetizers
includes pear salad and “inside out” meatballs, and the Kobe beef ravioli
entrée is a godsend of meaty flavor and pillowy pasta—delizioso!
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• Atmosphere
Intimate
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Casual
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