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A New Yorker's Guide to Italian in Houston
Quattro is one of A New Yorker's Guide to Italian in Houston.

1. Quattro

7.8
1300 Lamar St (Austin St), Houston, TX
Restaurante italiano · Downtown Houston · 25 tips y reseñas

Jessica B.Jessica B: I've never gone wrong in a Four Season's restaurant and Quattro was no exception. The cuisine had a modern Italian flare with sophisticated flavors that tempted my palette. No issues with freshness.

Grotto Ristorante is one of A New Yorker's Guide to Italian in Houston.

2. Grotto Ristorante

8.1
4715 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX
Restaurante italiano · Uptown-Galleria · 41 tips y reseñas

Jessica B.Jessica B: Another delectable spot here in Houston. The gnocchi was clearly fresh and homemade. The gnocchi was more Southern Italian, but still delicious. The dessert cart was a classic memory as well!

Patrenella's Ristorante Italiano is one of A New Yorker's Guide to Italian in Houston.

3. Patrenella's Ristorante Italiano

7.2
813 Jackson Hill St, Houston, TX
Restaurante italiano · Washington Avenue - Memorial Park · 21 tips y reseñas

Jessica B.Jessica B: This is Houston's version of a hole-in-the-wall. The food was good; I was personally a bit dis-satisfied with the fact that their gnocchi is not homemade. Many of the dishes are zesty though.

Carrabba's - The Original on Kirby is one of A New Yorker's Guide to Italian in Houston.

4. Carrabba's - The Original on Kirby

8.7
3115 Kirby Dr (Branard), Houston, TX
Restaurante italiano · Greenway - Upper Kirby · 64 tips y reseñas

Jessica B.Jessica B: They won't see me here again for anything but their delicious desserts. How can an Italian restaurant not serve gnocchi!? That's like a French restaurant not serving French onion soup! Great wine.