Italian Restaurants to try in NYC

NYC, Manhattan, NY is home to thousands of Italian Restaurants, we set out the find 10 that bring you back to Italy, only serving authentic Italian Dishes, just like your Grandmother use to make.

Listed below are the top 10 Italian Restaurants in NYC that will make you feel like you have taken a trip to to Italy for Dinner.

1. Del Posto Ristorante
Michelin star rating of 1 star, this Restaurant was founded by Mario Batali and is located in the Chelsea Neighborhood of Manhattan, NY.

2. Marea
Michelin star rating of 2 stars, Chef Michael White created homemade pasta and fresh seafood dishes in this Restaurant which is located near Central Park in Manhattan, NY.

3. A Voce
Michelin star rating of 1 star, Chef Missey Robin’s serves up some spectacular Italian Dishes in this Restaurant, located in an Italian Urban Setting, near Madison in Manhattan, NY.

4. Charlie Birds
One of the newest Italian Restaurants in Downtown Manhattan, serving up only the freshest food from the local markets.

5. Sistina
Located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, NY, this traditional Italian Restaurants offers terrific specials served on crisp white table linen, certainly worth trying.

6. Il Corso
One of Manhattan’s finest Italian Restaurants, founded in 1993 by two Native Italian Women.

7. Pepolino
Authentic traditional Italian cuisine served up in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood.  Restaurant has a very attentive staff , food is a little high, but well worth the experience.

8. Al Di La
Serving fine Italian Cuisine for over 15 years,  Al Di La Trattoria is offers its Italian dishes with a  Venetian fare.

9. L’Artusi
Despite the noise and high prices, the delectable authentic Italian dishes make this spot worth the trip.

10. Scalin Fedeli
Lovely TriBeCa Northern Italian Restaurant, enjoy world class Italian Cuisine in a beautiful environment, prix fixe only dinner is $65.00.

11. Carmines
If you have never dined at Carmines, you certainly are missing out on authentic Italian Cuisine.  Located in the Theater District, and only two blocks from Times Square.