Get the authentic flavors of Italy right in the heart of Sandy Springs! Il Giallo from Chef Jamie Adams makes their pasta on-site, uses fresh ingredients and has an ambiance that’s perfect for date night or the entire family.
“There’s always something goin’ on at Amici” is the best way to describe this family owned pizza café and bar.
Nina and Rafi has answered Atlanta’s Italian cuisine-related prayers with their ristorante per famiglie (family restaurant), providing the city with incredible craft made pizzas.
For a true taste of Italy, Sandy Springs’ Cibo E Beve, always hits the spot. Known for fresh ingredients, innovative flavor combinations, and an inviting ambiance, Cibo is perfect for date night, lunch meetings, and family dinners alike.
This place is no typical pizza, pasta, and sub shop. This is fine Italian dining, disguised as pizza, pasta, and subs.
Get your favorite Italian-American cuisine in the cozy neighborhood pub feel you crave. Vintage Pizza brings the old style of making pizzas, pastas, calzones & Stromboli’s to Chamblee. From classics like lasagna and caprese salad to their house specialty, the Blue Pie, they’re bringing the best of Jersey to the Atlanta area
This place may be called Double Zero, but it deserves 10’s across the board for the fantastic modern Italian cuisine it serves.
Ippolito’s presents classic and nostalgic Italian dishes, served family-style, in a neighborhood restaurant with lots of local flair…that is, if you can resist the overwhelming urge to fill up on their famous garlic knots first!
When you walk into this Decatur spot, you’ll feel like you’re eating at home. Customers are treated like family, & the colorful, warm & homey environment has proved to be well-liked, with some guests having been customers since the restaurant opened.
The menu at Gio’s offers bold flavors showcasing their bone-in, moist, lemon infused chicken that is artfully used in a select array of dinner options.
If you’re in the Southeast, you can taste a little piece of New York with Johnny’s NY Pizza. Each Johnny’s shares the same quality, consistency & hometown NY feel that is hard to find this south of the Mason Dixon.
Maggiano’s has been bringing Italy to the Atlanta area for 20 years and they are top on our list.
The aromas of wood-burning pizza, freshly-cooked pasta, and succulent meat are wafting through the air. No, you aren’t in Italy. In fact, this is di Paolo, an Italian restaurant in Alpharetta. This neighborhood spot features an open, inviting kitchen and an intimate, romantic ambience. They have been serving delicious Italian food alongside a lengthy wine list since 1995.
Marietta Square brings that small town feel to the metro Atlanta area. And every small town should have a delicious, authentic Italian restaurant in their town square. Piastra delivers on all of that and more…
Davios has the kind of timeless decor and ambiance you’d expect to find at a high-end steakhouse in any of America’s great dining cities.
Ford Fry’s latest spot that has turned into the hottest table in Atlanta.
There is no shortage of remarkable, high-end places to dine in Buckhead. But if you want to impress, Pricci will do just that. Nosh on great Italian and Modern American fare; highlights include the Osso Bucco and Pork chop which are both great dishes to share with a date.
Fantastic Neapolitan pizza made by one of the nicest men in the business.
Tucked away in the Inman Park neighborhood is this Italian gem. Perfect for a romantic night on the town or a mid-week meal with friends, you’ll find homemade pasta and oh so much more!
Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.