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  • 1. Ristorante Lucia

    A Tuscan-inspired farmhouse is the setting for this restaurant that serves Italian comfort food. Entrées offered include salmon limoncello, stuffed lobster tail, Parmesan-crusted chicken, and homemade gnocchi Bolognese. A selection of gourmet pizzas is also available. https://ristorantelucia.com Outdoor Dining Guide: Prettiest Patios  
  • 2. Gleason’s

    This South Street staple holds happy hour at the bar from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Tuesday through Friday. Gleason’s has always been a place to grab a good drink, and you can grab any draught beer for just $5 if you show up at the right time. Regulars will also gladly tell you Read more...
  • 3. 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...
  • 4. Capriccio II

    Family owned pizzeria and restaurant with award-winning calzones. https://www.capricciopizza.com
  • 5. 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...

    6. Coals

    Pies are not baked but grilled at this pizzeria/craft-beer restaurant duo. The Dean Martin, with Fontinella, pecorino, mozzarella, tomato and pepperoni, and the Smokey Joe, with Fontinella, smoked mozzarella, tomato, pecorino, red onion, and sweet copper, are popular choices. Open Tues through Fri for dinner and Sat and Sun for lunch and dinner. 131 Parkway Read more...
  • 7. Colony Grill

    When a Connecticut pizza legend crosses the border, it’s sure to shake things up. People either love Colony’s guilty pleasure greasy, ultra-thin-and-crispy bar pies, or they don’t. Colony superfans swear by their signature hot oil pizza — typically with a meat topping — for a peppery, spicy, but not overwhelming kick in each bite.   Read more...

    8. Fortina – Rye Brook

    This mini-empire of buzzy wood-fired restaurants (with an additional location in Stamford) serves expertly roasted vegetables, fresh pastas, and thin-crust pizzas (try the truffle-topped Luigi Bianco). 17 Maple Ave, Armonk; 914.273.0900; 136 S Ridge St, Rye Brook; 914.937.0900; 10086 N Broadway, Yonkers; 914.358.3595; www.fortinapizza.com Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Pizza (Full-Service Restaurant) Main Photo by Read more...
  • 9. Sal’s Pizza

    Since 1964, Sal's has been a go-to in Mamaroneck for crusts that crack just perfectly and cheese that balances beautifully with artful slathers of sauce. Go for plain to experience the hype here, then get adventurous with a slice of chicken parm or, if you're feeling really wild, a salad pizza. Best of Westchester 2021 Read more...
  • 10. The Parlor

    The brick-and-mortar incarnation of the popular DoughNation pizza truck, here is where you look for a selection of unique pizzas, featuring house-made ingredients, plus wood-fired appetizers, wine on tap, and house-bottled cocktails. Closed Mon. 14 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.478.8200; www.theparlordf.com   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Wine Slushie Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Read more...
  • 11. DoughNation

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    12. Billy & Pete’s Social

    The mission at B&P’s is “honest food and great drinks” cen- tered around Detroit-style and grilled pizza, salads, cast- iron meatballs, and handcrafted cocktails. Don’t miss the mini-donuts on the weekends. 112 Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont; 914.909.5289; www.billyandpetes.com Billy & Pete’s Pizza Is Near Perfect, but Their Secret Sweet Treat Is Where It’s At Photo by Maria Read more...

    13. BURRATA Wood Fired Pizza

    The most basic pie needs the best ingredients — and someone who knows how to use them. At Burrata, Chas Anderson is that person, turning slow-fermented dough made with wild yeast, imported San Marzano tomatoes, American fior di latte mozzarella, and Sicilian olive oil into the simplest, most delicious Margherita we’ve had outside of Naples. Read more...
  • 14. La Bella

    Lots of corner slice joints do a chicken scarpariello pie, but La Bella’s take with garlicky chicken sautéed in white wine and semi-blazing hot peppers atop a crust that simultaneously pulls off crispy and chewy, is primo. https://www.labellayonkers.com
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  • 16. Saccone’s Pizzeria

  • 17. Pizzeria La Rosa

    The vibe at La Rosa is exactly like those old-school pizzerias with wide booths, ceiling fans, and exposed-brick walls. The bar used to be a soda fountain. The oven, which turns out ethereally crispy, chewy, charred-in-places pies, is from 1924. There’s a spectacular white pie on the menu with house-made mozzarella, clouds of ricotta, and sharp Read more...
  • 18. Roaming Woodfired Pizza

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