Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, United States. Rolling Meadows is a city in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 24,099 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 40 reviews
I chose this place after the recent Check Please review. I had soup and the fresh catch sandwich. Both were OK but nothing really stood out for me. Service was good. Maybe my wife and I need to try it at dinner time.
4 based on 821 reviews
I have never had authentic Chicago deep dish pizza before so I asked around and several people told me this was the best place to go. The pizza was delicious! This restaurant was very loud so I wouldnât recommend it for an intimate date night or business dinner. There is a carry out restaurant if you donât have time to wait and there is also frozen pizza for sale. When you order just know that it takes at least 30 minutes for them to bake your pizza so order an appetizer and just be patient.
4 based on 68 reviews
I first discovered J. J. Twiggs pizza In 1988. Now my husband and I travel full-time in our RV volunteering for the national Park system, and J. J. Twiggs is still the best nationwide. Every time we get home, J. J. Twiggs pizza is the first place we go to. We will be back every chance we get! PS love the Christmas Decor!
4 based on 84 reviews
Toscana is a family-owned Italian American restaurant. Toscana offers a little taste of Europe, brings the good, sentimental feels together with its cozy, inviting and yet sophisticated atmosphere. Our professional and caring staff is truly dedicated to s
Living in the wine country North of San Francisco, my wife and I have access to some amazing dining experiences. Recently we were introduced to Toscana by family while we were visiting the Chicagoland area. What a memorable meal! The staff is friendly and attentive and the food is outstanding. The gnocchi was out of the world. They even agreed to prepare a special that was not currently on the menu that we just had to have. We recommend Toscana highly if you are looking for authentic Italian. We enjoyed every bite! Cheers!
4 based on 130 reviews
For a first date or anniversary, this restaurant will impress that significant other! The food and atmosphere is just right to show one is interested but not going over the top. A couple can have a very pleasant evening dining and getting to know each other or winding down from the busyness of life.
4 based on 112 reviews
I had assumed this was more of a white tablecloth, refined place. It's pretty loud, including the waiters who walked right behind our table shouting to other servers. But let's start at the beginning. On a non-holiday Sunday night, my husband called for a last minute reservation a few hours away. They said nothing till 8:30. I said that seems ridiculous. So I called from my phone and got a reservation at 5:30. And we didn't need it anyway.We were celebrating so we looked at the wine menu. On one of the lists, it said just "Zinfandel" with no winery name attached to it. I asked server what winery is this and he said it is a red wine. I said I know that. Is it domestic, what winery is it from? He walks away and comes back with a bottle that I knew wasn't a Zin bottle and says this is the wine. I said no it's actually not. Then he got some more help and by then I picked out a bottle that was obvious what it was: B. R. Cohn Cabernet Sauvignon.People walked behind our table to get to another table even though there was an obvious aisle to traverse to other side.Our waiter asked if we were ready to order and we said not yet. Literally 10 seconds later a different waiter came over to ask for our order. I said 'are you our server now?'. He said no we all share the tables. But we never saw that guy again.The food was good. Seemed carnivore-scentric to us. We were also confused by the name, Carlos & Carlos which sounds like a Spanish or Mexican restaurant and, yet, it's Italian.We enjoyed our celebration, but likely not ever going back. Too loud and hectic. Felt no different inside than a chain restaurant such as a "Chili's" or the like.
4 based on 474 reviews
We went during Happy Hour; got seated quickly - but when we left; the wine bar outside was packed and the line was nearly out the door to sit.People seem to go there for the wide selection of wine. With Happy Hour, we got the house wine - which was good, but not great - yet better than the house wine at most places. They have a good selection of appetizers; as a big party - we tried several - a nice bruschetta, hummus with carrots and cauliflower inside, carne asada flatbread. There were several other choices such as mexican egg rolls, crispy brussels sprouts, goat cheese flatbread - a decent variety beyond - maybe a dozen choices.The place is big; ceiling is easily 16' up - and can be noisy as it is a wide open atmosphere. For us, service was pleasant, fast, all questions answered - water refilled regularly, drink orders taken quickly - yet realize we "beat the crowd".Dinners ran a huge variety and were above average in size - can get meat, fish, vegetarian, chicken - all generally mixed with vegetables and some sort of sauce. Food was filling and tasty.
4 based on 149 reviews
Easy parking for this great Italian restaurant near downtown Arlington Height. Wait staff was friendly and helpful. Food was amazing. We eat at many Italian restaurants but this one is among the best for having consistently having excellent food. Donât miss this place!
4 based on 161 reviews
This was my second time coming to Morettiâs and again they did not disappoint. Their food is phenomenal. From their Chicken Alfredo, to Pizza, to Parmesan Crusted Chicken. It is all amazing. Just rich flavors that melt in your mouth, and make you wana stuff your face until you canât no more. Plus they had Corona on tap! Iâm a huge fan of Corona, but never have I ever found it on tap before so I was super stoked about that. Love the staff, love the environment, LOVE the food! Great place and highly recommend!!
4 based on 496 reviews
Love this place! The food is fabulous, the ambiance is pleasant and weâve never had anything less than excellent service. The eggplant parmigiana, served on a bed of vermicelli, melts in your mouth. Momma's lasagna is much better than my momma's pasta. The Taylor Street Baked Ziti is true Chicago Italian. The portions are huge and the fresh bread is refilled if you want. If you order one of the classic or speciality pastas you get a free pasta to take home (they freeze well). Maggiano's prices are an exceptional value, especially for a white tablecloth, full service restaurant. Want to avoid the crowd and parking crunch, go for a late lunch or early dinner.
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