243 EAST 58TH STREET, 
    New York, NY 10022
    (212) 758.1479

    Opened in 1981, Felidia has received three stars from The New York Times and was a James Beard Foundation nominee for their Outstanding Restaurant U.S. award. Dinner entrees range from $25-$40 and chef’s tasting menus starts at $85.


    1400 Smallman Street, 
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    (412) 552.0150

    Opened in the Pittsburgh Strip District in 2001, Lidia’s received a coveted three stars from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 2008. With a menu modeled as a combination of Felidia and Becco, Lidia’S features affordable and classic Italian fare and the dining experience of an upscale eatery. Dinner entrees range from $18-$35.


    101 West 22nd Street, 
    Kansas City, MO 64108
    (816) 221.3722

    Occupying a former railroad house just north of Kansas City’s historic Union Station, Lidia’s evokes the warmth of an old Italian farmhouse. Lidia’s offers a daily three course pasta special modeled after the popular service at Becco. Dinner entrees range from $17-$35.


    355 West 46th Street, 
    New York, NY 10036
    (212) 397.7597

    The most casual of Lidia’s New York restaurants, Becco opened in 1993 in Manhattan’s theatre district. Guests will enjoy the family friendly atmosphere and the dinner and wine values. Dinner entrees range from $20-$35 or choose the pasta special which includes your choice of salad or antipasto and three unlimited pastas.


    85 Tenth Avenue, 
    New York, NY 10011
    (212) 497.8090

    Recently awarded four stars by the New York Times, Del Posto’s cuisine can be described as trans-generational : an evolution of the Italian dining experience. Dinner entrees range from $35-$45 and a 7-course chef’s tasting menu for $125.

  • ESCA

    402 West 43rd Street, 
    New York, NY 10036
    (212) 564.7272

    ESCA – Italian for “bait,” the stuff of temptation and enticement– is a southern Italian trattoria devoted to celebrating the fruits of the sea. Created by James Beard award-winning chef Dave Pasternack, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in 2000, ESCA is revered for its less-is-more approach to cooking as well as its elegant simplicity.  



    200 Fifth Avenue, 
    New York, NY 10010
    (646) 398.5100

    This 50,000 square feet space is like going to Italy without the flight. Grocery shop amongst the freshest ingredients, buy the finest Italian housewares, take cooking lessons, or dine in a choice of several restaurants including Manzo, an Italian steakhouse.