Philadelphia is full of Italian influence and history. Since the 18th century, Italian music, art, and food have been enriching the culture of Philly, from Germantown to Chestnut Hill. So, it’s no surprise to learn that there are hundreds of eateries offering Mediterranean fare with influences from Sicily to Milan. But where are the smartest, savviest diners in Philadelphia eating out? Welcome to the Tastemaker 18. We’ve culled the data to find the best Italian restaurants among OpenTable's most expert, seasoned diners. There are some amazing Italian joints on both sides of the Delaware River. Discover decades of experience and culinary heritage combined with warm and welcoming settings in the heart of the Old City. Check out these restaurants for some of the best Italian food around.
|Restaurants:||Little Nonna's, Cucina Forte, Ristorante La Buca…|
|Price Range:||$$ - $$$|
|Neighborhoods:||Center City, South Philly…|