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  • 37. La Bocca Ristorante

    Regional Italian specialties (spaghetti alla chitarra, sliced steak with balsamic and arugula) are the foundations of the menu at this downtown Italian spot. Gluten-free options available. 8 Church St;   Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Dining-in-Italy Experience

    38. Tramonto

    Antipasti platters and brick-oven pizzas are popular starters at this regional Italian restaurant. Entrées include veal Milanese, homemade gnocchi, and potato-crusted salmon. Open Mon to Fri for lunch and dinner; Sat and Sun, dinner only. Reservations suggested. 27 Saw Mill River Rd; Main Photo By Ken Gabrielsen
  • 39. Alex’s Bar & Grille

    Timeless and old-fashioned (in the best sense of the word), this restaurant at the outskirts of city proper is like dining at a high-style Sunday family dinner with everyone on his or her best behavior. It excels in ways many other restaurants struggle: the way the waiters appear — and fade away — when appropriate, Read more...
  • 40. Capriccio II

    Family owned pizzeria and restaurant with award-winning calzones.
  • 41. Rafele Rye

    Naples-born Raffaele Ronca debuted this sister restaurant of his West Village spot, offering Italian cuisine like house-made pasta, grilled branzino, and marinated lamb skewer. 26 Purchase St;   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Eggplant Parm 
  • 42. Risotto

    Expect dishes like chicken parm, seafood risotto, grilled hangar steak, and cacio pepe (mixed in a giant cheese wheel in front of you) at this cozy restaurant, headed up by Kevin Oliveros of Brother’s Fish & Chips in Ossining. Closed Mon, except by appointment. 788 Commerce St, Thornwood; 914.769.6000;

    43. Tredici North

    Chef Giuseppe Fanelli runs the kitchen at this stylish 68-seat Italian eatery. Expect indulgent dishes like mozzarella-stuffed meatballs and smoked short ribs with balsamic onions and stoneground polenta. Closed Mon. 578 Anderson Hill Rd;    Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Modern Italian Restaurant Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Restaurant Host/Maître d’ Everywhere Read more...
  • 44. Wood & Fire

    Neapolitan cuisine is the name of the game at this family-run establishment with a menu spanning salads, pizza (everything from Margherita to the "Wood & Fire" with fried chicken, cheery peppers, tomato, and fresh mozzarella), small plates (mussels, butternut squash arancini), pastas, and mains (pepper crushed yellow-fin tuna, veal Milanese). Half-off wine Wednesdays. Open daily Read more...

    45. Alba’s Ristorante

    Northern Italian cuisine - carpaccio, spinach fettuccini Bolognese, grilled steaks - is the focus at this Port Chester mainstay. Private dining only Sun. 400 N Main St; Photo courtesy Alba's Ristorante
  • 46. Zero Otto Nove

    Wood-fired Neapolitan-style pies are the signature items at Zero Otto Nove (pies range from $11 to $16). Try the patate e porcini (fresh mozzarella, potatoes, and porcini mushrooms), La San Matteo (fresh mozzarella, sausage, and broccoli rabe), La Riccardo (butternut squash purée, smoked mozzarella, spicy pancetta, and basil), or the cheese-less Majorinara (tomato sauce, capers, Read more...

    47. Amore

    This Modern Italian eatery offers artfully prepared Italian fare in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere. The menu ranges from brick-oven-style pizza to a slew of traditional Italian pasta dishes, like agile e olio, all vodka, Amatriciana, and Bolognese, plus a variety of customizable and pre-fab salads. Open daily for lunch and dinner. 1 Kent Pl; Read more...
  • Michelin-rated Italian Steakhouse located in Pelham, serving American cuisine with an Italian flair.
  • 49. Little Sorrento

    Establishment well-known for its old-school Italian fare.
  • 50. Stone Fire Restaurant

    What's neo-Italian, you ask? It's the name of the game at Stone Fire in Mount Kisco, and it will keep you coming back for more. The pizza is the star of the show here, so go big with a duck fungi pie or delight your taste buds with the Napolitano, which puts prosciutto, fig jam, Read more...
  • 51. Locali

    From the Village Social Restaurant Group (Pubstreet, Village Social) comes this Italo-centric spot. Try the fusilli á la vodka or Snake Oil pizza (San Marzano tomatoes, capitol, fior di latte). Closed Mon. 2 Kirby Plz;
  • Italian $$ A new name (formerly Novecento), but the same crowd-pleasing wood-burning pizza, plus salads, and mains of pasta, steak, and fish. Closed Mon. 1410 E Main St, Shrub Oak; 914.743.1930;  
  • 53. Peppino’s Ristorante

    Lots of regulars come to this family-owned (since 1991) restaurant, located in a converted train station, to sit at candlelit tables and dine on veal Sorrentino, eggplant Parmigiana, tilapia marechiare, and any of more than 12 pasta dishes, Outdoor dining is available in warmer temps. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended. 116 Katonah Read more...
  • 54. DiNardo’s

    Your mouth starts watering when you see DiNardo’s chicken parmigiana wedge — then the smell draws you in. And when you take a bite, all the ingredients come together — the thin-sliced and lightly breaded chicken, homemade tomato sauce and high-grade mozzarella cheese.