ARMONK N.Y. -- It’s a simple question: “What’s the most DVlicious Italian restaurant in the county?”
What's the Best Italian Restaurant in Westchester?
Fortina, Armonk, Rye Book
Little Sorrento, Cortlandt Manor
Scaramella's, Dobbs Ferry
Trevi, West Harrison
Zero Otto Nove, Armonk
Sounds straightforward, right? But with a dizzying array of options – everything from old-school red sauce joints to modern takes on Grandma’s homemade cooking to trattorias with gourmet pizzas -- the answer can be hard to answer.
We asked for your favorites; five have been narrowed down as part of our contest and those finalists are being profiled this week.
Voting continues until 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28. You can vote multiple times, albeit once per day.
Grab a fork, read on, and let your fingers do the clicking. The winner will receive a framed DVlicious certificate as well as the pride in knowing it offers a taste of Italy close to home.
What Makes It Pasta Perfect: This Armonk outpost of a popular restaurant on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is named after the area code for Salerno (089 in Italian), the port town that the chef and owner, Roberto Paciullo, comes from, The restaurant prides itself on its authentic southern Italian menu, in particular its wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas and artfully crafted pastas.
Worth Special Mention: The restaurant prides itself on using the freshest ingredients from the heart of 'Little Italy," aka Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. People rave about its linguine with clams, antipasto freddo, margherita pizza and cannoli.
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