Italian Restaurants in Healdsburg
Being an Italian food lover, I wanted to see how many Italian Restaurants in Healdsburg there are.
Healdsburg has four Italian Restaurants and two restaurants which serve Italian dishes. The Italian restaurants include Healdsburg’s oldest restaurant Giorgio’s, followed by Campo Fina, Pizzando and Baci. Chalkboard and The Brass Rabbit both serve Italian dishes.
Below is a quick reference table followed by brief descriptions of each establishment, along with details including their specialties, fare range, ambiance and dress code.
|The Brass Rabbit|
¹ Average dinner plate price range does not include beverages or cocktails.
² Assume dog friendly accommodations are patio or outdoor arrangements. (more Dog Friendly restaurants)
Healdsburg’s Italian Restaurants
Campo Fina is a relaxing place to sit back and enjoy good Italian food in a casual, family-style setting, with a bocce ball court, quaintly stylish bar, covered outdoor patio, comfortable booths and great Italian food. They also serve specialty cocktails and a nice assortment of wines from the Healdsburg’s world class wineries, which go well with their cuisine, sandwiches or creations from their outdoor pizza oven.
A popular millennial hang-out on Friday and Saturday nights, and a nice place for a family or couple’s lunch or dinner together. That’s Campo Fina. Specialties include wood fired pizza, house made ravioli, Nonna’s tomato-braised chicken.
Walk-ins and reservations both welcome (reservations best as you near the dinner hour). Can accommodate large groups, but more suited for parties of 2 to 8. Casual attire. Dinner fare ranges from $25 – $70. Campo Fina is open from 11:30am to 10:00pm seven days a week. Parking is along the street or around Fountain Square. Campo Fina is located at 330 Healdsburg Avenue in Healdsburg. (707) 395-4640
Pizzando is a beautiful little slice of Italian ambiance tucked inside an ivy cover exterior right across from Healdsburg’s Fountain Square. Contemporary café atmosphere, beautiful open to the street setting with excellent Italian pizzas, specialty and seafood dishes, and desserts accented by an open kitchen air. Truly a cutting edge Italian dining experience. Specialties include shrimp dishes and risotto. And they have mixed drinks, wine, sparkling wine and beer.
Walk-ins and reservations both welcome (reservations best as you near the dinner hour). Accommodations mainly for couples and small groups. Casual to casually nice attire. Dinner fare ranges from $15 – $30. Pizzando open from 11:30am to 9:00pm Sundays through Thursdays and from 11:30am to 9:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Parking is along the street or around Fountain Square. Pizzando is located at 301 Healdsburg Avenue in Healdsburg. (707) 922-5233
Exceptional Italian cuisine with masterful presentation of lamb, veal, seafood, roast beef accented by delectable desserts and one of the finest selections of Northern California wines – simply an unbridled journey into an amazing array of tempting Italian delicacies. A calm and relaxing locale and bar, both comfortable and upscale, with a splash of contemporary art décor, against which exquisite fare is served. Definitely a date-worthy setting.
Specialties include antipasti, risotto, carne e pollo, lamb ragù, and wood fired pizza. Glute-free dishes also available. Casually smart to cocktail attire. Phone or online reservations preferred. Average dinner fare runs from $50 – $80. Exclusive venue for parties of up to 28 friends, family or business associates. Gratuity of 20% is added to parties of 6 or more. Parking is along the street. Baci is open Thursdays through Mondays from 5:00pm to 10:00pm, and are located at 336 Healdsburg Avenue in Healdsburg. (707) 433-8111
Giorgio’s Italian Restaurant
Healdsburg’s oldest restaurant where your family can go for an authentic budget Italian lunch or dinner. Old fashioned red and white checkered table clothes, partially open kitchen where you can sometimes see the dough tossed in the air, like in the old country, as they prepare your pizza or other Italian dishes. There’s a little bar area to have a drink while you’re waiting. In the land of elite Healdsburg culinary culture, sometimes you just want an old fashioned sit-down dinner with the family. Specialties include pizza and veal scallopini.
Giorgio’s can accommodate small or large parties, has a very casual atmosphere, and walk-ins are always welcome. Wrap-around booths along with regular tables in a very rural setting. Dinner fare ranges from $12 – $30 and attire is from work clothes to casual. Giorgio’s is open from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM Mondays through Fridays and 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays. Parking is on premises. They’re located at 25 Grant Avenue, near the 101 Highway, in Healdsburg. (707) 433-1106.
Restaurants with Italian Dishes
Lovely location in Hotel Les Mars for dining or dating, with its slight formal setting, heightened by a closed court yard of outdoor seating. European portions of comfortably affordable superb fare on a quiet night for two. Consider it as a place to softly slip away together for a romantic dinner with quiet conversation, after enjoying one of Hotel Les Mars’ fun and cosmopolitan Healdsburg happy hours (a fav with locals). Specialties include handmade pastas, seafood, and roasted and grilled meats.
American, Italian or French fare with a flair for seafood, beef, pasta and specialties. Wonderful cocktails, wine and delicious desserts accompany seasonal menus. Accommodations for intimacy, or more grand parties (up to 12) in a private library. Reservations or walk-ins. Casually smart to cocktail attire. Dinner fare ranges from $50-$75. Parking is along the street.
Chalkboard is open from 4:30pm to 9:00 pm Mondays through Thursdays, from 4:30pm to 9:30 pm on Fridays, from 11:30am to 9:30pm Saturdays, and 11:30am to 9:00 pm on Sundays. They are located at 29 North Street in Healdsburg. (707) 473-8030
The Brass Rabbit
Brunches, lunches or fine dining, The Brass Rabbit is an experience to behold. Capturing an elusive level of culinary excellence, The Brass Rabbit is one of Healdsburg’s elite dining indulgences. Exceptional American, Italian and French inspired cuisine, seasoned and sautéed to perfection, paired with enticing cocktails or exclusive wines. And, ah, those enchanting desserts.
“Let the night be long… the excitement be young… and let the spark that ignites it be… The Brass Rabbit”
Specialties of seafood, pasta, oysters and such. Open air kitchen, comfy and relaxing seating, and casually cosmopolitan atmosphere. Attire is best casually smart to cocktail. Fare runs from $50 – $75. Parking is around Fountain Square Plaza. Reservations are highly recommended.
The Brass Rabbit is open from 5:00pm to 9:00pm Mondays through Thursdays, 5:00pm to 10:00pm on Fridays, from 9:00am to 2:00pm and again from 5:00pm to 10:00pm on Saturdays, and on Sundays from 9:00am to 2:00pm and again from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. They are located at 109 Plaza Street in Healdsburg. (707) 473-8580
So, as you can see, Healdsburg’s Italian restaurants offer an array of cuisine to savor. Some of our fondest memories, are times written on our hearts with family and friends enjoying Healdsburg’s Italian cuisine. (I’m sure you can tell, which one was our favorite).
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