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From checked tablecloths and red sauce to upscale osso buco, Voice Places is Dallas / Fort Worth’s guide to Italian cuisine. Type in a restaurant name, search by neighborhood, or browse our hundreds of professional reviews and user reviews to find the place that’s perfect for you!

Italian in Dallas / Fort Worth

  • Urbano Cafe
    1410 N. Fitzhigh Ave. | East Dallas & Lakewood

    Urbano Café is a restaurant that resists classification. A veal Bolognese and risotto served with a number of entrees will have you thinking you're in a quaint Italian BYOB, but then a pork belly... More on Urbano Cafe »

  • Nonna
    4115 Lomo Alto Drive | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    This isn't authentic Italian food in the strict nomenclature of Italian regional cooking. Instead, Nonna-carved out of the foyer of The Food Company catering firm-employs a strict Italian approach... More on Nonna »

  • Pastazios New York Pizza
    5026 Addison Circle | Addison

    Step through the door at Pastazios, and you're suddenly in a bustling New York pizzeria, where the line moves quickly and the pizza comes in slices so big you have to fold 'em. Pies are fresh, hot... More on Pastazios New York Pizza »

  • Coal Vines
    2404 Cedar Springs Road | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    So cliché, with that portrait of a young Frank Sinatra hung beside the bar, his face gazing upward. You might wonder if the moon's in his eyes, though that's another artist who's equally as... More on Coal Vines »

  • Olivella's
    3406 McFarlin Blvd. | Park Cities

    This tiny University Park outpost serves genuine Neapolitan pizza pies smoldered in a brick oven fueled by split oak. Housemade tomato sauce (secret process) is simmered from tomatoes imported... More on Olivella's »

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  • Fireside Pies
    2820 N. Henderson Ave. | East Dallas & Lakewood

    While it bills itself as a neighborhood joint, Fireside Pies is still a chain, albeit a local one. It slings out crusty, pecan-wood-fired oven pizzas, like the fresh mozzarella (market tomatoes,... More on Fireside Pies »

  • Trevi's
    221 E. Las Colinas Blvd. | Irving & Las Colinas

    We don't know exactly what an Amish chicken is, but it tastes a lot better than it sounds. It ended up in a terra cotta pot at Trevi's and got transformed into a moist, tender half-bird bathed in... More on Trevi's »

  • Nicola's Ristorante
    5800 Legacy Drive, Ste. C1 | Plano

    The Northern Italian food here is fresh and well-prepared. We recommend starting with the gnocchi. It's the lightest, tastiest little potato and flour dumpling-like creations you'll find anywhere... More on Nicola's Ristorante »

  • Sal's Pizza
    2525 Wycliff Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    The eponymous Sal opened his first hand-tossed pie shop in New York in 1975. Since moving the operation to Big D in 1982, Sal's has outgrown its original location and now includes a Plano branch.... More on Sal's Pizza »

  • Avanti Ristorante
    2720 McKinney Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    Owner Jack Ekhtiar's small restaurant is a place where hip meets classic. Dark wood frames live jazz. Rustic Mediterranean fare, predominately Northern and Southern Italian, is presented... More on Avanti Ristorante »

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  • Last night the sky above Dallas was draped with thick, dark clouds and the air was cool if not cold. It didn't rain, but it looked like it might at any second. In short, the weather wasn't exactly inspiring for an evening of dinner and drinks, though you'd never know that if you visited Trinity Groves. At least two nights this week, the majority of the restaurants at the new West Dallas... More on AmberJax »

  • Neil Young Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Dallas, Texas Thursday, April 17, 2014 Don't tell Neil Young what to do. He may have grown into some grandfatherly approximation of old age, full of rambling stories and an easy, self-deprecating sense of humor. But deep down, he's the same prickly soul that he's always been. That simple truth was borne out once more last night when Young visited... More on Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center »

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