15 Italian Restaurants in Stockport

Stockport's Italian restaurants are part of an exciting dining scene

Stockport is a large town and suburb of Greater Manchester and it sits in an enviable location with the green countryside of the Peak District just on its doorstep. Visitors will find plenty of entertainment and culture, with local stately homes and historic attractions including the Hat Museum and sweeping viaduct. The centre is packed with big brand stores and independent boutiques and there are plenty of cafes and bars to enjoy. The dining scene here is lively and ever-growing, with gastronomes heading in from neighbouring Heald Green and Disley to enjoy delicious food and a great atmosphere. If you love pizza, pasta and everything in between, you'll certainly be delighted with the array of Italian restaurants in Stockport.

Find available restaurants:
Sort by:Most relevant first
  • Most relevant first
  • Top-rated first
  • Most reviewed first
  • Most expensive first
  • Cheapest first

The Pasta Factory

Shudehill
Italian££££
5.5/6214
The Pasta Factory
New

Noi Quattro

Northern Quarter
Italian££££
5.0/612
Noi Quattro

Montalcino

Gatley
Italian££££
5.4/649
Montalcino
Looking for the best restaurants near you?

Trattoria D'Agostino

Cheadle Hulme
Italian££££
5.2/618
Trattoria D'Agostino

Veeno - Manchester

Spinningfields
Italian££££
6.0/61
Veeno - Manchester

The Wellington Pizza Pub

Spinningfields
Italian££££
The Wellington Pizza Pub

Giuliano-Manchester

Handforth
Italian££££
5.3/6120
Giuliano-Manchester

Al Bacio

Deansgate
Italian££££
5.1/687
Al Bacio

Pagliacci Restaurant

Stockport
Italian££££
4.8/653
Pagliacci Restaurant

Piccolo Italian Restaurant

Gatley
Italian££££
5.3/637
Piccolo Italian Restaurant

Il Borgo Antico

City Center
Italian££££
4.9/67
Il Borgo Antico

Pagliacci

City Centre
Italian££££
5.0/66
Pagliacci

Pane Vino

City Centre
Italian££££
1.0/68
Pane Vino

Don Leone - Manchester

Levenshulme
Italian££££
Don Leone - Manchester

Due fratelli

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Italian££££
Due fratelli
  1. 1.

    There's something for all diners at the Italian restaurants in Stockport

    This part of Greater Manchester is filled with exciting food venues, from pop-up street food cafes through to lavish fine dining eateries. You'll find Italian restaurants in Stockport that specialise in comforting favourites such as carbonara and lasagne and family-friendly venues that have excellent smaller menus for the children, with plenty of pizza choices. If you're dining a deux, look out for the more intimate venues that offer a la carte dining and evening entertainment such as live music. Some even offer short cookery courses so that you can learn how to cook one of your favourite regional dishes to total authentic perfection!
  2. 2.

    There's more than just pizza at Stockport's Italian restaurants

    If you tend to always go for the margarita pizza or ravioli, then why not mix it up a little and try some new tastes from Italy? How about Sardinian-style clams with walnuts, chilli and spaghetti, or delicate saffron risotto with a drizzle of truffle oil? Squid served with chorizo, beans and pasta shells is also a delicious dish and you'll find that the Italian restaurants in Stockport with a la carte menus also serve mouth-watering meat and fish dishes, such as the more unusual rabbit cacciatore or carne al piatto, which is thin slices of beef cooked with fresh herbs and olive oil, served with seasonal vegetables or fresh salads.
  3. 3.

    The Italian restaurants in Stockport are ideal for a gathering

    The sociable nature of the cuisine means that Stockport's Italian restaurants are ideal for a special occasion or a gathering of family and friends. Some venues have their own private rooms for hire and others put on evening entertainment at weekends. Your servers will ensure that your group has a memorable evening, whether you are celebrating a birthday, anniversary or engagement party. Great Italian restaurants in Stockport and the local area to consider include La Casetta in Cheadle Hulme and Giuliano in Handforth. It's always worth booking ahead though, as the venues can get busy, especially at weekends.