In terms of versatility, Italian cuisine takes the cake as there are so many different options you can cook with, amazing sauces to compliment your pasta, Italian influence with the different meats that go along with, and so much more. Italian restaurants and Manhattan go together like Peanut Butter & Jelly, as they encompass a big part of the foodie scene here. Question is, which ones rank the highest?
Take a look at who we think takes the tops in terms of location, delicious food, ambiance, and so much more. Mangia!
Tony’s Di Napoli- (Bustling eatery serving big, shareable portions of Italian comfort food to the masses.)
Marea-240 Central Park S (High-end Italian seafood & housemade pastas from Michael White in a chic Central Park South setting.)
Basso56-234 W 56th St (No-frills restaurant close to Carnegie Hall that serves housemade pastas & other Italian fare.)
Babbo-110 Waverly Pl (Buzzing carriage house featuring the high-end Italian fare of prestigious chef Mario Batali.)
Patsy’s Italian Restaurant-236 W 56th St (Vintage Neapolitan eatery near Carnegie Hall with a history of entertaining high-profile patrons.)