Italian Restaurants in Mamaroneck

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Delfino's

Harrison

$66 $33

The chefs can do things old-school, down to making fettuccine, pappardelle, and other pastas in house every day

Up to 49% Off Dinner at Maestro's Italian Restaurant

New Rochelle

$66.70 $34

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Lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and other hearty Italian favorites along with homemade breads accompany desserts such as cannolis and gelato

50% Off Pizza Meal from Roberto's Pizza & Pasta

New Rochelle

$32 $16

Choose from a menu of inventive pizza options, such as the philly cheesesteak pizza, the lasagna pizza, and the more traditional Meat Lovers

Up to 52% Off at Gemelli Pizzeria

New Rochelle

$30 $15

Pizzas topped with hot cherry peppers or fresh basil in an elegant dining room with exposed brick walls

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at ZáZá Ristorante

Greenville

$77 $39

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Pizzas topped in housemade mozzarella and made in wood-fired oven imported from Naples; entrees including veal scaloppini and clam linguini

Up to 50% Off at Ottimo Pizza & Trattoria

White Plains

$40 $20

Spicy meats, mixed veggies, and even mac 'n' cheese top pizzas, which diners can complement with glasses of wine or salads

50% Off Italian Food at Luca Bella Pizza Restaurant

White Plains

$40 $20

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Classic Italian-American dishes liked baked ziti with homemade sauce, sausage-and-pepper sandwiches, thin crust and brick-oven baked pizzas

Half Off at Fifth Avenue Pizza

Pelham

$24 $12

Extensive menu catalogs specialty pizzas such as bacon chicken ranch plus sandwiches, calzones, wings, and pasta entrees

Up to Half Off Catering from S&D Catering

Schuylerville

$150.75 $75

Tender cold cuts top sandwiches; the buffet includes deli meats, homemade sausages, and pasta

Up to 49% Off Italian Dinner and Wine

Greenwich

$68.40 $35

Italian classics ranging from pasta tossed in fresh-made sauces to fire-kissed pizzas and house-made desserts

Up to 51% Off Italian Cuisine at Piccola Trattoria

Dobbs Ferry

$84 $42

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Classic Italian dishes including lobster ravioli, lamb-shank osso buco, lasagna bolognese, and homemade gnocchi

Up to 53% Off Italian Food at Luciano's in Yonkers

Colonial Heights

$73.85 $35

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Plates of salmon, veal, chicken, and steak mingle with homemade pasta inside eatery with live music and dancing on weekends

50% Off at Addeo's Pizza

North Riverdale

$30 $15

Pizza varieties include the Grandma pie, with housemade marinara on a thin Sicilian-style crust, along with pastas, heroes, and calzones

51% Off Dinner at Michael Anthony's Pizzeria

Southeast Yonkers

$62.75 $31

Casual 3-course dinners include an appetizer, such as fried meatballs with sautéed onions, soup or salad, and an entree or personal pizza

Up to 51% Off at San Martino Ristorante

Northeast Yonkers

$40 $20

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Homemade lasagna, chicken scarpariello, veal and shrimp francese, and penne alla vodka reflect dishes chefs grew up with in Italy

Half Off Italian Cuisine at La Bottega Mangia Bene

Great Neck

$50 $25

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Veal chops; pasta with sun-dried tomatoes; homemade paninis and salads; and pizza made from imported ingredients beside a dance floor

Umberto's Pizzeria & Restaurant – Up to 50% Off Italian Cuisine

New Hyde Park

$40 $20

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Family-owned Italian restaurant serves brick-oven pizzas, classic pasta dishes, and hearty entrees

Up to 53% Off Pizza at Roslyn Village Pizza

Roslyn

$20 $9.49

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Classic pizzas come out of the oven piping hot with topping such as mushrooms or with a whole-wheat crust, each ready to be devoured

50% Off Italian Food

Mineola

$60 $30

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Lobster ravioli, sauteed lemon chicken, gorgonzola-crusted rib eye, and pizza with house-made meatballs

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The menu at Frankie & Fanucci's Wood Oven Pizzeria is dominated by the offerings from the authentic 800-degree wood-burning oven, which chars the tasty toppings melting against thin crust dough and crispy panini rolls. The simple margherita pizza consists of fresh mozzarella from Brooklyn, imported italian plum tomatoes, and fresh basil (16", $16.95). Personal pizzas measuring 10 inches entice eaters with a smaller-sized saucer, a whole-wheat crust option, and more table room to build napkin skyscrapers reinforced with forks ($9.95-$12.95). The wood oven also blisters hot-pressed chicken provolone panini and its mix of provolone cheese, tomatoes, caramelized onions, and sweet roasted-garlic dressing ($8.95). Opposing cool textures of the pear and gorgonzola salad allot a small forest of mixed greens topped with roasted walnuts and pear dressing to prepizza palettes ($8.50). Pasta, available at the Mamaroneck location, teams with the scratch-made Grandma's Sunday Sauce to create flavor-saturated entrees such as cheese ravioli ($13.95). The Hartsdale Village location, mentioned in a New York Times article, imparts passionate discussions of sweets through the nutella pizzetta, where the delicious chocolate-hazelnut spread smoothes over pizza crust before being struck with a vanilla ice-cream meteor ($7.50).

301 Mamaroneck Ave
Mamaroneck,
NY
US

Al Dente Italian Trattoria's owner and chef, Anthony Delfino, creates intimate dinners with a focus on great food and a welcoming atmosphere. Crafted with passion from fresh ingredients and following authentic recipes, Delfino's menu of hearty Italian fare sails to tables dish by dish for relaxed meals that unfold over the course of several hours. Dishes can also be served all at once, family-style, for large groups or patrons who like to put calamari on their cheesecake. An extensive wine list spares patrons the trouble of stomping their own grapes in the parking lot, with cabernet, pinot grigio, and other varietals enhancing the rich cuisine's subtle flavors.

60 Halstead Ave
Harrison,
NY
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The Rocco boys' love for pizza started in the Bronx, where they worked at their father’s pizzerias from a young age. Now, brothers Joe, Mike, and Frank are continuing their family's tradition at 10 locations of their own invention—all flaunting the Planet Pizza name tag.

A man can't build such a pizza universe without some serious pies. But inspiration isn't a problem for the Planet Pizza culinary team, who've molded more than 30 toppings into about 25 specialty circles, all available on gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts. In addition to specialty pizzas, the cooks concoct other menu choices such the compo salad with baby field greens, grape tomatoes, candied walnuts, gorgonzola, and dried cranberries or the buffalo chicken wrap loaded with strips of crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, spicy wing sauce, and chunky blue cheese dressing are more convincing than Pluto as a mature planet.

1004 Boston Post Rd
Rye,
NY
US

Since 1958, this Zagat-rated restaurant has plated authentic Italian cuisine handcrafted from the freshest ingredients in Chef Salvatore Cucullo’s kitchen. Open for lunch and dinner, the 50-seat eatery’s specialties range from spicy seafood dishes made with generations-old family recipes to saucy pastas and comforting chicken and veal entrees. Wines culled from across the globe lend meals an international flair and boast subtle notes of jet lag, and Fratelli’s catering services help satisfy packs of peckish minglers.

9 Huguenot St
New Rochelle,
NY
US

Culinary Institute of America–trained chef Salvatore Cucullo Jr. and his staff of gourmet gurus marry classic Italian flavors and modern techniques in a menu brimming with fresh seafood and pastas. Wine and specialty cocktails set an elegant tone for dinnertime, which begins with appetizers such as baked mac 'n' cheese with lobster, shrimp, and truffle oil ($12) or a platter of shucked oysters with little-neck clams (market price). Main courses include pistachio-crusted halibut with sauteed spinach tangerine buerre blanc ($28), and Nana's gnocchi with pomodoro sauce. The scrumptious lunch menu includes a veal parmigiana sandwich ($11), crispy or grilled calamari with mixed greens and tomato tapenade ($12), and passion-fruit-glazed shrimp with coconut-strawberry salad ($14).

808 Scarsdale Ave
Scarsdale,
NY
US

Pas-Tina's, a repeat honoree on the Best of Westchester list, beguiles taste buds with old-world recipes conjured from fresh ingredients. Guests can eyeball the extensive menu over the lip of a house-made sangria aperitif ($8) or dip into a hot antipasto plate spotlighting clams, mussels, and shrimp backed by eggplant pinwheels and stuffed mushrooms ($11). Succulent slabs of filet mignon arrive surrounded by savory barola-wine moats guarded by uniformed mushroom sentries ($26), and the tilapia puttanesca sports chopped tomatoes, capers, olives, and a confetti of fresh basil ($23). The menu's two dozen generously portioned pasta dishes include tender gnocchi ($16) and king-size pillows of jumbo ravioli ($15) cuddled up with mozzarella security blankets. At dinner’s end, sweet teeth can sink into a choice of layered napoleon pastry, tiramisu, or tangy cheesecake (a $7 value).

155 S Central Ave
Hartsdale,
NY
US