YP - The Real Yellow PagesSM - helps you find the right local businesses to meet your specific needs. Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria. These factors are similar to those you might use to determine which business to select from a local Yellow Pages directory, including proximity to where you are searching, expertise in the specific services or products you need, and comprehensive business information to help evaluate a business's suitability for you. “Preferred” listings, or those with featured website buttons, indicate YP advertisers who directly provide information about their businesses to help consumers make more informed buying decisions. YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.
Italian Restaurants in Chicago, IL
1.Olive Garden Italian Restaurant
3555 W Addison St
Since its founding in Orlando in 1982, Olive Garden has been dedicated to providing a warm, welcoming dining experience and Italian hospitality to everyone who walks in the door. Today, our 800+ restaurants have evolved with our customers’ favorites in mind. Inspired by Italian generosity and love of amazing food, our menu is always expanding to ensure that there is something new to try and something everyone will enjoy. That means you can indulge in classic Italian favorites like Chicken Parmigiana and Fettuccine Alfredo served with the salad and breadsticks you love. And take your pick from our scrumptious appetizers, entrees, desserts, wines and specialty drinks. Plus, explore special menus with children's, gluten-sensitive and lighter fare options. Or order it all ToGo and have your favorite food ready for pickup. At Olive Garden, we believe that life is better together and everyone is happiest with family, however you define it. Which is why we encourage togetherness in everything we do.OWNER INFORMATIONBill Darden was just 19-years-old when he opened his first restaurant in 1938. It was a 25-seat luncheonette in Waycross, Ga., called The Green Frog and promised “Service with a Hop”. He went on to open the first Olive Garden in Orlando, Florida in 1982. Olive Garden continues to be the number one full-service Italian restaurant company in the country with more than 800 restaurants bringing Italian hospitality to hungry people around the world.
5201 S Pulaski Rd
Had the best experience it was 20 people with us for a graduation party an they made its feel at home the manager Tara was great she made sure everything was perfect for the occasion an get helpful servers was great so when you get ready to eat there make sure your servers are L.A loni, an keshia toys was the best so when you want red lobster go to 5201 s. Pulaski you will be treated rite.
4441 W Irving Park Rd
Super charming, authentic Italian spot. The atmosphere is very welcoming. Great ambience for an impromptu date night. Delicious pastas! Great place! Highly recommend.
2152 N Damen Ave
I tried Il Covo a few weeks ago, and it was great. I actually bought gift cards worth $50 for only $25 from LOVE fm. It was a great way to try a new restaurant. The atmosphere at Il Covo is very cozy, service is great and food is delicious. Definitely give it a try!
2148 W Chicago Ave
My fiance and I went here for Valentine's Day and found the food and staff to be superb. From the fresh focaccia to the extensive daily specials, this place has everything. The gnocchi is soft and buttery, and the entrees were packed with interesting flavors. The waiter suggested excellent wines to compliment my grouper and his beef tenderloin. The portions are quite reasonable, and I would actually suggest sharing one of the courses (we shared the gnocchi and still didn't have room for dessert). With wine, the bill will probably run you $100 for two, but could be less if you share some courses. The flavors are worth every penny! This is our new favorite neighborhood gem!
300 W 24th St
I've been frequenting this neighorhood Italian restaurant for 20 years, even though I live several miles away. It is Chicago's best kept secret for home-style Italian food. The fried calamari is my favorite in the City - lightly battered and always tender. I love their red sauce on any pasta,. The recipe is truely awesome, full of zest, texture and richness. No one else has a red sauce like this that I've found. Other favorites are the Chicken Carlo, Veal Carlo (not on the menu, but they'll make it) and anything on the chalkboard. This is not a trendy Northern Italian restaurant, nor is it the run-of the mill neighborhood spaghetti house with tired cooks. There is a vibrancy to the cooking here that is a rarity for this type of establishment. Don't miss it.
7.Franconello's Italian Restaurant
10222 S Western Ave
My husband and I love Franconello's and so does everyone we bring here. On the standard menu try the Strip Steak Portabello or Pasta Arribatta. The specials are always creative and delicious. We will never forget the Seafood Risotto loaded with shrimp, mussels, clams, and scallops and cooked to perfection. Go on Friday for lunch, especially if Pedro is the chef. You won't forget it.
2577 N Clark St
9.L'appetito Imported Italian
30 E Huron St
I frequent this place a few times a month. I love the subs they make as they are made to order and very fresh! You can also shop for specialty Items. They have a great selection of meats and cheeses as well! Great little spot!
221 N Columbus Dr
The Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel Chicago is the contemporary debut of Radisson Blu in North America. A true representation of the brand, it is designed to become a destination in itself. Radisson Blu is the upper upscale tier of our global hotel brand, focusing on design, style and attention to detail in every respect.
11.Via-Carducci's Italian Eatery
1419 W Fullerton Ave
I'm Italian and am very used to homemade Italian foods, which are the best. Well last night, walking down Division, my boyfriend and I see this restaurant. Outside seating and Italian food, I thought great. The food was great, the service was great, the prices were reasonable, and the portions were perfect. I will definitely be going back there!
12.Leonardo's Ristorante Tuscan
5657 N Clark St
Leonardo's is a great place to relax, have a cocktail or a glass of wine, and enjoy the freshest, tastiest Italian food in the neighborhood. The original chef is back, and the food just keeps getting better and better. My favorites are the meatball starter, the Pappardelle, and any of the fish daily specials. And remember to order the antipasto - it's huge and beautifully presented. Mangia!
13.Piccolo Sogno Due
340 N Clark St
14.Lou Malnati's Pizzeria
439 N Wells St
Amazing, the pizza pie crust was flaky and all the ingredients taste fresh. I would definitely go back.
15.Trattoria Pizzeria Roma Inc
1535 N Wells St
They always made sure our glasses were filled. Fried calamari was the best I ever had, lasagna will fill you & your taste buds & spaghetti was perfect :) Thank you all!
16.Maggiano's Little Italy
516 N Clark St
This is a great family-style restaurant that will make all palettes happy. Huge, delicious portions, wonderful variety and excellent service. My husband and I had our wedding here at the banquet rooms and Jeff G., our manager, was outstanding! He made the whole event planning process simple and amazing! Thank you Jeff!! Besides our wedding, every other meal here as well have all been great dining experiences.
615 W Randolph St Ste A
Communal tables, shared plates - avec truly embodies its name (French for ""with""). The deep flavors and fresh ingredients attract crowds.
1500 W Taylor St
Excellent clams and no problem ordering special dishes not normally on the menu
1043 N Rush St
Great location on Rush St downtown. Patio is perfect for people watching. Also, celebrities frequent this Rosebud, so go here if you want to spot some! Love their Square Noodles.
2701 N Halsted St
This place was amazing from the word go. Not being from the city the prices seemed to be high until you get the food to have the best waitress, drink guys, and chef possible.1. My grandmother inlaw has a garlic allergy and she is italian which is a bad mix. The chef came to her and said he would make a special from scratch dinner of her choice! she enjoyed every second of her meal! 2. we had 2 small year and half old children that were not wanting to sit still all the time. the waitress had to stop them from running out of our side room more than once and did it with a smile and did not complain once! My daughter and wife are kinda picky eaters and they allowed them to pick alacarte pasta alfredo with chicken. All in all a fabulous dinner and with everything that went with the dinner the prices were actually just fine with me!!
3311 N Clark St
This by far is my favorite restaurant In Chicago. Their menu is simple, fun and tasty! You can never go wrong with reasonable prices and fresh cuisine that is a fresh approach on traditional italian. The staff is remarkable, always friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is high energy and exciting. I love going all out here and take all my guests here to experience one Chicago's great places to eat! I always go with the fish entrees....amazing!
22.Nonno Pino's Italian Kitchen
6718 N Northwest Hwy
Omg my company had Xmas party here...ooh scrumptious! !
23.Tony's Italian Beef
7007 S Pulaski Rd
the 1st time i tried tony's was with my dear friend ron who drove the 53a in front of it we stopped there and man when i got my beef w/mozz dipped i was shocked the thing was huge and i rate this my #2 place for beef so take a 53a down to tony's near 71st and enjoy
616 S Dearborn St
We've been visiting Trattoria for several years now when we attend the Printers Row Lit Fest and it is by far my favorite Italian eatery. The food is always wonderful and the staff is delightful. In the last four or five years, I've never had a bad experience.\r \r We show up with anywhere from 15-20 people on a Saturday and they are always glad to see us and make us feel right at home.\r \r And Penny is one of the best food service providers I know.\r \r Wonderful!
6699 N Northwest Hwy
Zia's is the best of the Edison Park restaurants. The atmosphere is warm and charming, while the food offers a tremendous value. Start with any of the daily appetizer specials (risotto or grilled octopus), or one of the reataurant's delicate salads. Take advantage of the marvelous pastas (my favorites are the rigatoni bolognese or the penne abruzzi), or dine on any of the fresh fish selections. The grilled beef tenderloin is excellent as well. The wine list is ample and offers some nice selections by the glass.
4767 N Lincoln Ave
BY FAR THE MOST AUTHENTIC PUGLIESE REGIONAL FOOD EVER IN CITY OF CHICAGO.THE ONLY THING THAT COMES CLOSE TO MATCHING THIS IS MACIELO ON LAKE ST,THIER OTHER LOCATION.\r GREAT FOOD GREAT WINE. I RECOMMEND DRINKING QUERCETO CHIANTI.\r FUN PLACE ,FRIENDLY SERVICE.
27.Monastero's Ristorante & Banquets
3935 W Devon Ave
The best italian food I have had in forever. Can't go wrong with a restaurant that has been around since the 60's. They know how to cook and how to make you enjoy every bite. We went on Friday and the music was so beautiful. Friday,Saturday and Sunday they have music in the dining room. My kids loved the pizza. Try it out! You will not be disappointed. The Wine list is filled with Sicilian wines, and don't forget to ask Paul at the bar for a martini.
2301 N Clark St Ste 3
The service is good too. I like the pizza. Ranalli's pizza is good. The bar is good.
1359 W Taylor St
30.Rosebud On Rush
720 N Rush St
We like Rosebuds on E Taylor a lot, so we decided to try this one. It did not disappoint. Definitely will go back. We did have reservation, arrived early and was seated immediately
Please try reloading the page.