Fiola Mare specializes in the freshest, most pristine seafood prepared with elegant simplicity through delicate and subtle additions of color, flavor and texture. This restaurant is a place to enjoy the highest quality seafood and wines paired with the finest hospitality and service in the city. Fabio Trabocchi is the owner and Chef.
Cute Italian café nestled in a cosy uptown neighborhood on Dryades Street. It has a great homey atmosphere with courteous and friendly staff. New Orleans native Madison Curry opened this charming café in 2007. It serves fantastic Italian fare like panini and salads and has a back patio to sit and enjoy your meal. I am sure you will return again and again.
Not only does Sardinia offer great Italian food plus a wood burning oven; it has a wide variety of wines! Their wine collection is stored in a temperature controlled cellar so that the wines, especially aged and rare vintages, are well preserved. The quality of their wine is as crucial as the great tasting food. Their objective is simple: to feature Italy and other wine-making regions of the world, with as many diverse styles of wine… [Read More]
The restaurant is located on a quiet corner in the far West Village. The cuisine is inspired by the cooking of Rimini on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Two classic dishes are the grilled branzino and the calamari alla griglia. The cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and freshness. Pasta and pizza are highlights.
Step inside Il Fornaio (located in the Levi’s Plaza) and take a culinary journey through Italy. The sights, sounds and aromas of authentic Italian cuisine are recreated everyday. Early mornings bring rustic, crisp crusted breads accompanied by the scent of fresh brewed espresso. During lunch and dinner hours, pastas and flavorful sauces simmer while meats and vegetables roast over hot coals.
Since the Gold Rush, the Mission District has been one of San Francisco’s most unique neighborhoods. Every once in a while, a restaurant comes along that challenges our perception of what we thought we knew, in this case, Italian cuisine. The food is made with passion and artisty by a team of regional chefs, trained in the traditions and heritage of Italian cuisine. Farina’s contemporary design is a backdrop for the real star here, the… [Read More]
In San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, come and experience BiCE’s chic and upscale dining experience, along with the staff’s authentic warmth and hospitaity that Italy is known for. Their award winning Cheese Bar is a favorite spot for foodies and cheese connoisseurs to come to savor the robust collection of formaggi italiani personally curated by Chef Francesca Pononcelli.
Antica Pesa is the best Italian food you will ever have outside of Italy. A perfect mix of casual and chic, the bustling restaurant balances simple sophistication with fine cuisine and washes it down with a bubbly atmosphere. Lorenzo and everyone on staff treat every guest with the same warmth and respect they show their celebrity regulars!
This legendary bakery brings only the finest in Italian bakery creations, from cookies, cakes, pastries and of course, breads. As a family owned and run business the Alaimo family dedicates themselves to deliverying only the most authentic Italian goods to their loyal customers. After thirty-three years, and three generations, Villabete continues its legacy, being a part of the Brooklyn family, and giving back to the great community that has made it the bakery it has… [Read More]
Risario Procino and Chef Pasquale Cozzolino are dedicated to providing the most delicious, fun and truly Neapolitan pizza experience in the city. Neapolitan pizza is more than a method of making pizza that’s taught in Naples. It’s a complete dining expereince that’s reflective of the Italian city’s rich unique and vibrant culture. Ribalta is the only pizza restaurant in the city run and staffed by Neopolitan front of house and chefs/pizzaiolos.