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Top Italian Restaurants In New York

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Be it wedding or a get-together of friends – Top Italian restaurants in New York city are here to cater to all and many with their lavish authentic and contemporary Italian cuisine menu. Feel Italy, taste Italy or just live Italy – whatever your idea be, the Italian restaurants in New York are good at taking you on a palate tour of the country.


 


 


Babbo


110, Waverly PI #A


Babbo restaurant is all about best of everything from Italy – wines, food and hi-life. A mix of seafood, meat, cheese, game enhanced with finest olive oils is reflected in the menu for the gourmet diners to choose from. The wine list, matched with the food, is one of the most intelligently selected lists in the city. So, play with some tried and tested and some unusual combination of Italian delicacies to have a heavenly gourmet experience with ‘grilled octopus’, ‘Lamb’s brain Francobolli’ and much more.


 


Al Di La


248, Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn


 It started with love for food, which brought the owners of the restaurant together and now the same love for food is taking them ahead with Al Di La Trattoria, as one the best Italian restaurant in New York. So expect some organic food made from local ingredient and authentic Italian technique here, for example – Insalata di Farro, Burrata di Puglia, Tagliatelle al ragu, Trippa alla Toscana—for the starter and main course in the lunch menu.


 


Del Posto


Italian sandwich


 85 10th Avenue


The restaurant that claims to be trans-generational, as they showcase evolution of Italian cuisine along long with ever-changing menu, Del Posto restaurant ensures a quality dining like never before. Wine menu is carefully chosen and can be a part of any wine lover’s wish-list. The methods followed here have its root in traditional cooking techniques shared by different regions of Italy. With distinctive regional tastes and seasonal variations in the food, the restaurant flaunts some great cuisine from the peninsula in its authentic yet contemporary way.


 


Falai


 68 Clinton street


With a number of accolades and recognitions from many established organizations, Falai restaurant is a hit among the people of New York with its home-made pastries and casual cuisine from Italy. They offer a $20 lunch-tasting two-course menu on weekdays where one can choose from between ‘antipasti’ and ‘insalata’.


 


Esca


 402 W. 43rd Street


Esca is all about enjoying the rich and varied Italian cuisine in the most relaxed yet stylish manner. The lunch menu includes – Ostriche del Giorno, Crudo, Insalata Amara and a lot more to choose from. Both the lunch and the dinner menu is well- complemented with selected wines.


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