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Italian Restaurants in Downtown Austin

8 results Italian Downtown

Italic

ItalianDowntown$10-$25

A wood-fired oven turns out pizzas as well as some entrée selections, and a wine mezzanine is stocked with 100% Italian wine selections. Lunch and dinner menus are based on seasonal Northern Italian dishes enhanced by local produce. Also look for rustic Italian artisan breads and desserts like various flavors of gelati, sorbetti, and fruit crostatas.

123 W. Sixth, 512/660-5390

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La Traviata Italian Bistro

ItalianDowntown$25-$40 First Plates 

The sublime starter of roasted beets with goat cheese is an indication of how the food served here is a model of perfect preparation and clean flavors. Save room for their desserts.

314 Congress, 512/479-8131

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La Volpe

ItalianDowntown$10-$25

201-B Brazos, 512/501-6713

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Numero 28 Pizzeria & Vineria

Gelato/Sorbetto, Italian, PizzaDowntown

452 W. Second, 512/494-5510

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Quattro Gatti

Italian, PizzaDowntown

Downtown ristorante and pizzeria specializes in Neapolitan-style pizzas baked in a wood-fired brick oven.

908 Congress, 512/476-3131

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Red Ash Italia

ItalianDowntown

Classic Italian dining with a focus on wood cooking from the founders and former executive chef of Eddie V's. The bread – swimming in butter and garlic – is a thing of beauty.

303 Colorado #200, 512/379-2906

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Roppolo's Pizza on Wheels

Italian, PizzaDowntown

This Downtown trailer services partiers late into the night on weekends.

6th & Neches, 512/944-4549

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Taverna

ItalianDowntown$10-$25

Find a variety of Italian staples such as bruschetta, pasta, risotto, and pizza. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday, and indoor and sidewalk tables are available.

258 W. Second, 512/477-1001

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