At Tiny's Pizza & Pasta, pizza crusts serve as crispy, edible plates for classic Italian dishes. Lasagna, grilled chicken in vodka sauce, and baked ziti star on their own specialty pizzas. Of course, each of those dishes also stands alone as a traditional entree, ranging from stacked layers of lasagna to linguine noodles blanketed in a clam sauce. The pizzeria's wide selection also satisfies appetites with burgers, wraps, and hot Italian subs. Patrons can have their meal delivered, which is far more convenient than picking it up or wrestling it from the paws of a grizzly bear.
Drivers leaving Famous Pizza Express wait for their cars to fill with aromatic steam that hints at the contents of warm boxes. The vapors suggest pastas, calzones, and pizzas crowned with toppings including breaded chicken, meatballs, broccoli, and fresh garlic. Massive trays of chicken parmigiana and gnocchi are ideal for feeding partygoers or convincing an IRS auditor that you really do have 11 dependent Italian grandmothers.
Every bite of food at Generico's Pizza Caf? is made from scratch, from cheesy pies supported by Sicilian, focaccia, and gluten-free crusts to vegetables simmering in pots of minestrone soup. Even the bread is made in-house. On top of these lovingly crafted dishes, customers can order paninis or wraps stuffed with grilled shrimp and fresh mozzarella.
What’s an occasional guilty pleasure for some is a regular pizza joint for others! Yonkers has Flames, a brick oven pizzeria that has quickly become a favorite in the area. Some people just stumbled across it, but others set out to try their great food and haven’t been disappointed yet. While there are more traditional pizzas like cheese, they also have ones like the Siciliano—artichoke hearts, tomatoes, red peppers, mushrooms and mozzarella without sauce. And, everyone who tries their Grandma Siciliano Pie (it looks mouth watering when it comes out) has nothing but good things to say. One of the best things about Flames is tradition: like so many other little restaurants around the country, Flames is family owned and operated. A fine example of American tradition and Italian food, Flames is a great addition to Yonkers and a fast favorite of the community!
Pizza Beat first opened its doors in December of 1977 to chilly 40F degree temperatures, but that didn’t stop patrons from trying out Yonkers’ newest addition. And, they’ve been satisfied ever since! Customers rave about their ricotta in manicotti dish along with their superb pizzas and pastas. Affordably priced, Pizza Beat offers great specialties such as Chicken Primavera and an amazing selection of seafood pasta dishes sure to leave any diner satisfied! Their appetizer list includes American favorites such as Buffalo wings, fried ravioli, and cold antipasto selections. For diners concerned with price, Pizza Beat offers family deals most days of the week and on family meals like pasta on Monday or fish on Thursday. Kids under 10 can even eat a favorite meal free!
Dom and Vinnie’s is a family-owned and operated Italian restaurant in Yonkers. Opened in 1971, this restaurant is still serving up an excellent array of Italian delights. And, not just your run of the mill pizzas and subs— this is a restaurant where you can stay and enjoy your experience. The menu includes a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, pasta dishes, and entrees—there is a choice for everyone. If you have trouble making a decision at the drop of a hat, this is a menu that would benefit study before going in. There’s just so much to choose from! Stop by for lunch or dinner, or have them cater a special event.