Best Italian Restaurants in New York Area
Best Italian Restaurants in New York Area
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Excellent meal across the board from appetizers through dessert. All four diners raved about the meal. Only issue was slow service out of the gate, 30 minutes late in seating us, and acoustics don't lend themselves for a quiet experience. Overall, thumbs up on steaks, lobster mash, tuna tartare and lemon cake! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Belle is a small restaurant with a big palate. Seats only 14 (in a tight squeeze) at a communal table that is right next to the chef's cook and prep area. Food options are limited but varied enough each night to satisfy all types of foodies. Ditto with wines, good, varied but small collection. Loved every morsel and sip - and everyone else around us did also. I hope this place stays a well kept secret - its charm and delight comes from being small and having a small staff and an exceptional chef. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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ARGANA is highly traditional Moroccan gastronomic cuisine with a menu incorporating an amazing succession of flavors, and service that lives up to everyone standards. Aside from the beautiful and comfortably decorated interior with Moroccan exotic light coming from handmade Lanterns, ARGANA Restaurant & Bar is dynamic, baking its own semolina Couscous, and encasing its own lamb merguez.
A variety of 'Tagines' are featured at the restaurant. There are several different couscous selections on the menu, and mouthwatering house specialties include "bastilla", a Moroccan Chicken pie, and a selection of appetizers, ordered a la carte or as a mixed platter. Included in the wine list, is a diverse selection of world varieties, which delightfully accompany the menu. Don't walk away from your table without sampling "Halahwyat" the most delightful, hand rolled traditional confections and pastries, graciously served with mint tea or Moroccan spiced coffee, but …come see for yourself! More
Our vision is to become a destination restaurant for serious diners from around the globe. We know that our guests are just as passsionate about good thoughtfully sourced food as our staff is and our goal is to create an enviroment where these passions can flourish.
Located in the East Village, Chouchou brings a taste of exotic Morocco to the eclectic neighborhood. The restaurant offers a contemporary take on classic Mediterranean favorites with the menu featuring Lobster Tagine, Lamb Chop Couscous, Moroccan pastries and fresh tangy salads. More
Local & Vine is a high-end yet relaxed wine bar that offers an award-winning selection of local wines, craft beers and carefully sourced seasonal small and large bites.
Wines selected by a sommelier and a chef-developed menu of light dishes. The historic location is an 1880’s building, which housed an un-licensed after hours joint called the “Holland Tunnel Blues Club.” This is where John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd would host SNL after parties, and was the inspiration for the band’s name of the The Blues Brothers.
Wines are predominantly sourced from local vineyards, and the wine list is approachable & affordable. Sparkling wines and craft beer add to the wine list.
Seating in main area is lounge style with large communal style tables that can also perfectly accommodate larger groups. High top seats at communal "tree table" cornered by French doors are perfect for people watching, or snag a seat at the bar.More
Spumante Restaurant is a celebration or "toast" to the Italian food and lifestyle of Italy. Our restaurant stands out from the rest with our fresh homemade food and excellent service. We pride ourselves as a family business. Most nights you can find Tony's wife, Tina, chatting with guests and serving her homemade desserts. His daughter helps manage the business and can always be seen running around the dining room, making sure guests are having a wonderful dining experience. Tony has personally trained the current chefs, and he is often in the kitchen inventing new dishes. His latest creation, Italian eggrolls has all the customers wanting more! Stop in and find out for yourself why we are called the hidden gem of East Meadow!More