Ristoranti

314 Pizza, Pasta & Wine Bar

Morningside Heights

Bar 314’s philosophy is simple – mouthwatering food, a cozy ambience, and scrumptious cocktails. Following the success of Babbalucci, Executive Chef & Co-Owner, Andrew LoPresto together with Co-Owner & Mixologist Bruno Molfetta, create an uncomplicated dining experience focused on great pizza and unique drinks.

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Cremini's

Caroll Gardens

We are the only restaurant in New York dedicated to the traditional cuisine of Le Marche Region, a hidden gem in the heart of Italy. We offer a unique take on classic dishes inspired by the food we grew up eating. Everything is complemented by a selection of fine cocktails and craft beers.

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Felice 83

Upper East Side

Since 2007 Felice brings Italian sensibility to New York City through authentic Tuscan-inspired cuisine. The extensive Italian-driven wine program will feature a collection of beloved varietals, blends and esoteric grapes that can only be found in Italy.

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Keste Bleeker

West Village

Kesté, meaning this is it in the dialect of Naples, are three authentic Neapolitan pizzerias in New York. At Kesté, pizza fans can indulge in an expansive assortment of 50 traditional and creative pizzas.

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Match 65 Brasserie

Upper East Side

Match 65 is an authentic French Brasserie offering a quintessential Parisian experience "comme vous y étiez".Our enticing menu features all Brasserie classics.

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Piccolo Cafe Upper West

Upper West Side

Located in Manhattan, NY, Piccolo Cafe serves authentic Italian Food, prepared daily, combined with the delicious Italian Imported Food and selected local products.

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Sant Ambroeus Bar at Hanley

Upper East Side

Situated in the Hanley building, on the Upper East Side, Sant Ambroeus Coffee Bar features an assortment of coffee drinks and grab-and-go Milanese fare, in addition to lunch and cocktail options.

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Sant Ambroeus West Village

West Village

For almost forty years, Sant Ambroeus has served as one of New York’s most beloved Italian restaurant, offering contemporary Milanese cuisine and exceptional service in unrivaled locations. At Sant Ambroeus, guests can discover a broad selection of Italian wines paired with contemporary interpretations of Milanese dishes. The restaurant’s savory menu is complemented by its acclaimed desserts, including homemade gelati, classic cakes, cookies and pastries. Sant Ambroeus is also well known for its coffee program, dedicated to the world-famous Italian coffee culture.

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Black Barn

Nomad

Locally sourced, upscale American cuisine served in a barn-inspired setting with a chef’s table.

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Felice 15 Gold Street

FiDi

Since 2007 Felice brings Italian sensibility to New York City through authentic Tuscan-inspired cuisine. The extensive Italian-driven wine program will feature a collection of beloved varietals, blends and esoteric grapes that can only be found in Italy

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Gnocco

East Village

Experience authentic Northern Italian cuisine without having to leave the East Village. Gnocco is a casual restaurant that specializes in authentic homemade Italian food made with fresh and imported ingredients

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Keste Fulton

FiDi

Kesté, meaning this is it in the dialect of Naples, are three authentic Neapolitan pizzerias in New York. At Kesté, pizza fans can indulge in an expansive assortment of 50 traditional and creative pizzas.

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Osteria Morini

Soho

Osteria Morini - New York is a authentic rustic Italian restaurant by acclaimed and award winning Chef Michael White and the Altamarea Group. In Italian, “osteria” means a place where the owner “hosts” guests, and at Osteria Morini - New York Chef White continues this tradition of hospitality, transforming his first downtown restaurant into an authentic, old-world osteria with soulful food from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.

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Ribalta

Union Square

Rosario and Pasquale have brought Naples into the heart of New York to make you experience a one-of-a-kind taste: to taste the true Neapolitan pizza. Forget all that you have known about pizza so far. At Ribalta the ingredients are all the Neapolitan ones: from the flour used for the dough, to natural yeast, to tomatoes, to Buffalo-milk mozzarella from Campania. For those who were born and raised in Naples, pizza is not just food, it is an experience indeed which has that original, true taste.

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Sant Ambroeus Madison Ave.

Upper East Side

For almost forty years, Sant Ambroeus has served as one of New York’s most beloved Italian restaurant, offering contemporary Milanese cuisine and exceptional service in unrivaled locations. At Sant Ambroeus, guests can discover a broad selection of Italian wines paired with contemporary interpretations of Milanese dishes. The restaurant’s savory menu is complemented by its acclaimed desserts, including homemade gelati, classic cakes, cookies and pastries. Sant Ambroeus is also well known for its coffee program, dedicated to the world-famous Italian coffee culture.

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Sottocasa Brooklyn

Boreum Hill

In 2011, the very first Sottocasa opened up amongst the Brownstones of Brooklyn's Boreum Hill on Atlantic Avenue, by pizzaiolo and owner Luca Arrigoni. Proudly serving one of the most authentic Neapolitan pizza in the borough of Brooklyn, we would like to extend a warm invite for you to join us in our Brooklyn pizzeria.

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Coco Pazzo

Soho

Fast-casual by day. Casual-fine by night. Surprising and delectable always. Coco Pazzo serves up rustic Tuscan dishes with modern twists. Who's hungry?

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Felice 64

Upper East Side

Since 2007 Felice brings Italian sensibility to New York City through authentic Tuscan-inspired cuisine. The extensive Italian-driven wine program will feature a collection of beloved varietals, blends and esoteric grapes that can only be found in Italy

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Il Corallo Trattoria

Soho

Il Corallo Trattoria opened in 1992 in the historic SOHO district of downtown Manhattan. For 27 years it has been our pleasure to serve visitors from around the world and our community alike. We offer a wonderful variety of fresh pastas with delicious sauces, wood fired pizzas and antipastos.

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Lucciola

Upper West Side

LUCCIOLA is an homage to their hometown of Bologna – its cuisine, its cinematic history, a city of dreams brought to life here in New York City. The dishes, the atmosphere, and the overall concept of LUCCIOLA specifically takes inspiration from the film “Festa di Laurea,” directed by Pupi Avati.

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Piccolo Cafe Midtown

Midtown

Located in Manhattan, NY, Piccolo Cafe serves authentic Italian Food, prepared daily, combined with the delicious Italian Imported Food and selected local products.

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San Carlo Osteria Piemonte

Soho

San Carlo Osteria Piemonte, an authentic Piedmont restaurant in New York City, was born from the passion six friends share for their homeland, and their desire to share their culinary and cultural traditions with the world.

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Sant Ambroeus Soho

Soho

For almost forty years, Sant Ambroeus has served as one of New York’s most beloved Italian restaurant, offering contemporary Milanese cuisine and exceptional service in unrivaled locations. At Sant Ambroeus, guests can discover a broad selection of Italian wines paired with contemporary interpretations of Milanese dishes. The restaurant’s savory menu is complemented by its acclaimed desserts, including homemade gelati, classic cakes, cookies and pastries. Sant Ambroeus is also well known for its coffee program, dedicated to the world-famous Italian coffee culture.

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Sottocasa Harlem

Harlem

Located in the heart and soul of New York City—Sottocasa Harlem is owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Elena and Matteo. With a passion and love for pizza stemming back to their native Italy, Harlem now has it's own Napoli serving up authentic Neapolitan pizza and amore!

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