Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Brooklyn. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you.. It seems like most folks have a grandmother, great-uncle or some other distant relative that used to live in Brooklyn, or perhaps a friend that lives there now. In the early 1900s, it was a mecca for immigrants arriving via Ellis Island. A hundred years later, young professionals and artists left pricey Manhattan digs for Brooklyn's cheaper and more expansive space. Neighborhoods like Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope, which had fallen into disrepair over the years, were restored and reborn as funky enclaves. Walk or bike over the historic Brooklyn Bridge (or ride the subway) to Brooklyn Heights for a stroll along the Promenade and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Meander through Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens for a taste of nature in the urban wilds. Catch a performance at the world-famous Brooklyn Academy of Music. From the delicious Italian restaurants of Bensonhurst to the Irish bars that line the avenues of Bay Ridge, from the hotdogs and rollercoasters of Coney Island to the bagels and handball courts of Greenpoint, Brooklyn is a state of mind as well as a dynamic community. Discover why, no matter where people move on to, they remain Brooklynites at heart.
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4 based on 315 reviews
My wife and I had just returned from three-weeks of travel in Egypt and Turkey. My married son picked us up at JFK and took us to their Brooklyn apartment for a weekend in NYC before returning to VT. We had dinner here on the 2nd night, with a college friend of theirs in town for a few days on business as well. It was SRO as the say in the theater business and very noisy but all of us enjoyed our meal. I don't know what the others ordered, it was too noisy to hear but I know my Saltimbocca was as food as any I have had on my Italian travels. Tender veal, I love prosciutto and few things beat fresh sage. A great wine selection too. Good service. The cappuccino was disappointing, not weak, water-y but all in all a nice evening. We then got to walk home which is a good ending to a restaurant meal. I do not pay attention to things like 'vegan' or 'gluten-free' on a menu because I do not have food issues or allergies. We all had a great time and enjoyed our food.
4 based on 1233 reviews
235 Mulberry street New York NY 10012
Stopped for dinner, and it certainly did not disappoint. We sat right by the kitchen and it was good to see the traffic and watch all of the activity there. They have a dedicated GF area as well as dedicated GF fryers.I had the GF mozzarella sticks which was quite good for an appetizer.For my entree, I had Cacio e Pepe which was extremely fresh and tasty.The flourless chocolate cake with ice cream was a tremendous dessert to finish the meal.Our waitress was great and timely. Their other waitstaff was always ready to help, take a plate, or refill our drinks, etc. Definitely recommend this to others, especially is you are celiac/gluten free. I had zero issues and the food is wonderful.
4 based on 644 reviews
Restaurant "SAN CARLO Osteria Piemonte" is one of the few references throughout New York of Piedmont cuisine and North Italy. The land in Northern Italy is very rich in tastes and flavors to be discovered. There are such delicacies as the white truffle of
Decent, not bad. Nothing special. Risotto with gorgonzola and pear had no flavor. Vitello tonato presentation had too much sauce; rolls of vitello don't work as it becomes gummy in your mouth; slices and lighter, less sauce is needed. Horrible lingering fish smell from the kitchen at two points in the evening. Personable staff. New York prices. Don't think I'll return.
4 based on 176 reviews
Table 87 Coal Oven Pizza " Home Of The Coal Oven Slice " Given Our Coal Fired Oven's Aroma, Modernized East Coast Pizza Dough Recipe, Enriched With Fresh Mozzarella, Alta Cucina Tomato, Fresh Basil & Beautiful Thin Crust. Table 87 Produces Charred Fresh C
If in Brooklyn..make sure to stop by for a treat.Do not mind the crowds it's worth the wait.......Their pizzas are just wonderful but they also offer great Italian dishes on their menu.You will not be disappointed.
4 based on 419 reviews
Scalini Fedeli ranked among New York's finest restaurants since its opening in early 2004, taking Italian cuisine to new heights. Rewarded with the highest overall ratings in the Zagat Survey, Scalini Fedeli has been granted one star by the Michelin guide
Scalini Fedeli is a great Italian restaurant. The venue itself doesn't look like much, but the food and service is top notched. The menu rotates seasonally. There's a pre fixe option (3 courses), and a regional tasting option (7 courses). I went for the regional tasting and was impressed. There are also small accompaniments in between courses at times, and I left super, super full. A few dishes were just average, but the greatness of other dishes pushed up the level of the overall package. The arctic char is amazing, and the non-ravioli pastas were a little better. Dessert was great as well.
4 based on 940 reviews
This is a tiny place on Prince Street. It can be a little noisy with everyone being seated very close to each other, but it's tolerable. We had bruschette for an appetizer. It was the classic version with olive oil and tomatoes and was awesome. Three of us had lasagna, and the fourth person had penne with tomato sauce and basil. They have a lava cake that isn't on the menu, and the two who had it were fans. All of the food was excellent. Reservations have to be made a month in advance and are recommended. However, there were a few folks who came without reservations after 8 p.m. who were able to be seated. Prices are pretty low for food of this quality.
4 based on 2455 reviews
Excellent food, excellent service, very small, crowded, noise level high. We picked a delightful Italian wine, ordered two appetizers, the arancini and a special appetizer which was a bruschetta with burratta and octopus. They both were very good and the portions were Hugh, we certainly only needed one. For entrees we enjoyed Tagliatelle wild boar ragu and a special squid ink pasta with seafood. Make a reservation you will have a wonderful time.
4 based on 275 reviews
If I could give this 7-stars I would. What was supposed to be a casual birthday dinner turned into an unexpectedly amazing night.Food-wise, the four of us started with the bruschetta and mushroom apps. Both really solid. I got the oregano pizza. As a huge za'atar fan, this might have been my favorite pizza toppings-wise I've ever had. The labneh is what really pulls it together. The pizza itself was very high quality.I was sitting next to a spaghetti carbonara aficionado. Its her litmus test at every Italian restaurant (and she's been to many). She said this was top-3 in the city.The four cheese gnocchi was out of this world. I only had a bite of the birthday boy's dish, but the gnocchi melted in my mouth and the cheeses were blended to perfection.Lastly, the chicken parm was supposedly excellent as well. We were all incredibly satisfied by our meals.At the table next to us were two women who had mouth-watering looking dishes as well. One of them was controlling the music in the restaurant. I'm not entirely sure how it happened, but she put on a song we requested, and we all started clapping and then dancing. Turns out she was the owner! She refilled our drinks, and brought out a birthday tiramisu with a HUGE sparkler. Just look at how happy the birthday boy is - the picture says it all!We ended up hanging out at the restaurant for several more hours. The owner, her friend and the staff were so much fun. Even a spilt glass of red wine and a ruined dress couldn't stop us. My face actually hurt from smiling and laughing so much.It was one of those magical hospitality moments that will stick with you for a long time. I'm certain you won't replicate our experience - and frankly, we couldn't either if we tried - but no matter what, this place is worth the visit.
4 based on 320 reviews
Sottocasa has some of the best of New York pizza. An ideally-sized meal at this venue can cost around $25-$30
4 based on 187 reviews
We visit Michaels regularly, as do most folks. Itâs the best Italian Restaurant in Brooklyn and one of the best, if not THE best, in New York. In fact, it was on Travel Channel and the Food Channel as one of the 5 best in the country. They have an extensive menu, but are happy to make your dish however youâd like it. Owners are there every day for every meal. Apps:We love their Butternut Squash Soup,their Michaels Salad (have it frequently as my entree) Eggplant Rollitini, Squash Flowers, Fava Bean hummus with Portobello mushrooms. Really everything Their fish is Always excellent, and they sell A LOT of it. Even their steaks are excellent. Of course all Italian dishes are perfect. You get the idea, youâre gonna love it here as we all do.
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