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Where to get great Pasta?

nbermas Apr 4, 2007 11:06 AM

Alfredo, Ragu?., Where and what are there specialties? Happy Holidays!

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    Kalee Apr 6, 2007 04:22 AM

    I like Pastina in Hartsdale on Central Ave. It's always dependable.

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      Dim Sum Diva Apr 6, 2007 06:30 AM

      I like Frank's on Putnam Ave. in Port Chester, especially the vodka sauce.

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      westchesterjess Apr 6, 2007 09:28 AM

      Eduardo's in Mt Kisco makes all of their own pasta. The ravioli ala Eduardo (seafood and lobster) is amazing. They also make their own bread.

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        savorii Jun 28, 2007 07:32 PM

        I agree, their pasta is amazing . It's a great place to go when your really hungry.

      2. GIOny Jun 29, 2007 09:06 AM

        I like Bel Paese in Hawthorne simply because the don't overcook their pasta (at least not as much as most places). I like their shrimp scampi and a side of spaghetti with garlic and oil (simple but good). Also Buon Amici in White Plains (right behind City Limits) has a good basic sauce.. Josephines up in Yorktown (rt. 202) also has good sauce (last time I tried it). Also I think Traditions 118 in Granite Springs has good brocollirabe and cavatelli.

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          dolores Jun 29, 2007 09:26 AM

          Not your average pasta dish, but La Cremaillere has one of the best appetizers on the planet, up there with the onion tart at Le Provencal -- their snail pasta dish in cream sauce. I'm SURE it has a better name than that, but it is -- and I hate this phrase -- to die for.

          As to normal everyday gravy (red sauce for Sicilians) I am happy with Silvio's in Valhalla, La Manda in White Plains, T&R in PortChester, Rosie's in Bronxville, Il Forno in Somers, and even Villa Nova in Pelham.

          The last heavenly carbonara I had was in NYC, and the place has closed.

          The Northern Italian places usually annoy me with their pretension.

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            Dim Sum Diva Jun 29, 2007 10:35 AM

            Abatino's in No. White Plains makes their own gnocchi, fabulous little pillows.

        2. georgeb Jun 29, 2007 04:30 PM

          Coppolas

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