Italian grocery and deli that specializes in sub sandwiches.
Roman-style trattoria from the people behind Coco Pazzo.
Coffee shop in the former Charmers Cafe, serving light breakfast and brunch fare and house-made charcuterie. BYO.
Neapolitan-style pizza fired in a tiled oven brought over from Italy.
Sicilian restaurant on the restaurant-sparse Clybourn corridor.
Classic Italian beef stand considered by many the city's best.
Italian restaurant in the old Timo space; the chef is Tony Priolo (Coco Pazzo), and sommelier Ciro Longobardo has put together an impressive all-Italian wine list.
New York transplant serving up solid Tuscan fare.
Home-style Italian, with authentic offerings from antipasti to veal meatballs and whole grilled fish.
Bustling enoteca from the folks behind Gibsons: classic Italian small plates, wine by the bottle and carafe.
Neighborhood northern Italian serving pastas, specials, and slabs of rustic thin-crust.
A rare decent Loop dining option, hidden in a subterranean faux-Italian grotto.
Popular and crowded Rush Street Italian from the people behind Rosebud.
Access to Tony Mantuano's marvelous Italian cooking at prices much more affordable than those of its famous neighbor, Spiaggia. The addition of small plates for sharing makes it even more accessible.
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