This Italian specialty market originally opened on the Westside in 2006 and is run by Kathy Boehmer, an Italian American (who named the business in honor of her grandparents), and John Reed, an Englishman.
Johns Creek residents have been hoarding a secret from intowners. Trattoria One 41 serves some of the most satisfying trattoria-style Italian cooking around.
This Brookhaven sleeper deserves attention—particularly in cooler weather, when robust pastas such as pappardelle tangled in a ragu of pork, beef, and veal appeal mightily.
A true son of sunny Naples who previously worked at Antico Pizza, Luca Varuni has built a spacious dining room around a shiny, open kitchen that delivers appropriately thin and beautifully charred pies.
This classy Midtown dining room serves elegant regional Italian specialties. It’s an old favorite of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group.
The citizens of Woodstock scored when Vingenzo’s opened and culinary instructor Michael Bologna began baking Neapolitan-style pizzas that display genuine craft. You’ll also find homemade pastas and desserts.