Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in North Providence, Rhode Island, United States. North Providence is a town in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 32,078 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 343 reviews
Cassarino's Restaurant Combines Northern Italian Flavor with New World Cuisine Providence RI Area.
Went here for an early dinner with my two daughters. The host and our waiter were super nice and friendly. The Italian bread served with olive oil and garlic was so good. Our meals were delicious and generous portions too! Service was a little slow, but it was Saturday night and I expected it so we didn't mind. Got tiramisu for dessert and it was the perfect ending to a perfect meal.
4 based on 43 reviews
Exceptional Italian restaurant. Everything is homemade and cooked to order. Homemade Limoncello to cap off an excellent meal and night.
4 based on 100 reviews
Located in North Providence, Il Fornello offers authentic Italian cuisine in a warm, inviting and lively atmosphere. Our menu features fresh food that you could find in any Italian's home throughout Italy.We invite you to come in and dine in a warm inviti
We have been here many times and the food is terrific. This time our server took our order and then totally forgot about us, thanks for the bus servers that cleared our table and got our bill. Our waiter who I believe was Nick was to busy chatting with all the tables around us and never checked back after food was delivered.
5 based on 126 reviews
We were fortunate enough to get a reservation here after multiple attempts. It is a fixed 5 course meal ($65) with wine pairings ($15 per person per glass) with each course. The atmosphere was very nice and personal (family run joint). The owner personally meets all the guests and explains each meal and wine pairing. Our first three courses were fantastic, especially the fresh mozzarella. The next two were good, but not great for the price point. Unfortunately, this was not a 5 star experience for the price you pay and it would take several improvements to become one. It would have been nice to have the wine, which was amazing, decanted and room temperature instead of cold (especially the reds). Cloth instead of paper napkins and new silverware with each coarse. Lastly, the owner speaks at lightning speed when describing the wine/meal and it feels you're being rushed at times.
4 based on 321 reviews
Camille's has been a Rhode Island dining landmark since 1914. Executive Chef John Granata's masterful versions of classical Italian dishes, melded with eye-popping creative fare amazes guest on a nightly basis.
We were visiting friends from Portsmouth RI. They said this was a nice restaurant and they had been there a few times before. This trip was disappointing. The veal Marsala $31.00 was tough as well as the Veal Parmigiana, capellini $31.00. The Gnocchi $20.00 was doughy. The Crab Ravioli $30.00 was OK but nothing special. The service was fine. The wine list is quite extensive (Wine Spectator award) but they are expensive.$64.00 for a $17.00 Nebbiolo that I have purchased retail at more than one shop. All and all this was a disappointment when looking forward to a nice dinner in a classy setting. We probably won't return.
4 based on 158 reviews
Luigi's Gourmet Express & Restaurant has been a Johnston, RI institution since 1971. We offer delicious Italian cuisine from our treasured family recipes passed down through generations. All of our breads and desserts are baked on premise. House specialti
Awesome!!! Great service and food. There Italian food and pastries are fabulousLove this place..American chop sueyStuffed peppersAll chicken dishesToasted veggie lasagnaPenne ala vodka
4 based on 561 reviews
From Joseph + Esther DeQuattro of Pane Vino comes the much anticipated Massimo. Massimo brings the quintessential Italian trattoria to Providenceâs Federal Hill Neighborhood. Offering a seasonal Italian menu inspired by the regional cuisines of Italy. Sig
I will never have carbonara pasta again. Because no carbonara will ever be as good as the one I ate last week at Massimo. Phenomenal. The gluten-free penne was not extraordinary on its own (apart from its existence, which was wonderful!!), but the sauce was just incredible. My gluten-ful friend enjoyed her ravioli dish--we quit talking and ate for a solid half hour, because it was so excellent. We also ordered a celiac-friendly caprese special for an appetizer that might be the best caprese either of us had ever had. The tomatoes were juicy and fresh, the mozzerella was the perfect texture, and the basil was bright and fresh.I may go back to Rhode Island just to have this meal again. The service was excellent, and our desserts (gluten free chocolate cake/fudge for me!) and cocktails were spot-on.
4 based on 840 reviews
Brothers Anthony and Chris Tarro own all three restaurants in the Siena Restaurant Group. Located in the heart of Providence's Federal Hill, Siena Restaurant was opened in 2005 and features authentic Tuscan cuisine in a warm and lively atmosphere. While t
We learned of this restaurant from a tour operator and decided to try it. We were not disappointed. Excellent food, service and bar, with good wine selections. Expensive, but worth the price. Highly recommended.Hi Randall-I want to thank you for taking the time to write this nice review. We are always aiming to provide each guest with a quality fine dining experience and are very happy to hear that is what you received. We hope to see you again soon! Sincerely, Chris Tarro- Owner
4 based on 101 reviews
I have been coming to Twins Pizza for 40 years. Perfect pizza every time. I travel from Glocester ,RI to North Providence to enjoy their pizza. (I know the travel sounds like a total Rhode Islander). I often detour passed there to pick up take out pizza. Try it! You wonât regret it!
4 based on 497 reviews
Joseph and Esther DeQuattro introduced Pane e Vino to Providence, RI in 2002. Grounded in the spirit and tradition of Southern Italy, at Pane Vino youâll find your favorite dishes expertly prepared and served in a rustic but elegant setting. Combining the
The interior had an authentic Italian trattoria feel. There was an extensive wine list and a nice selection by the glass. The veal Marsala was delicious with an abundance of mushrooms but the fontina potato cakes were the star. The chicken carciofi had beautifully turned artichokes. Excellent service. Dear Andrew,Thank you so much for this rave review. Weâre so glad you enjoyed your entire experience with us. Please come back in again soon! Cheers!
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