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Call for the best pizza in ossining area

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I am fairly new to the ossining area and I must admit there are a quite a few pizzerias here but I must admit I am still longing for a great slice like I had in the Bronx. I love pizza with a tasty sauce and thick crust. I also like sicilian style pizza. Does anyone have any suggestions for a great slice?

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  1. I haven't tried it, but I've heard good things about Isabella's, the new pizza place across from the post office. It's a cute place, and the other food is decent, so it might be worth a shot. Just out of proximity, our go-to is Ossining Pizza, though it's nothing particularly special. Not bad, though.

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    1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

      Isabella's in Ossining is great -- we've had it a few times and particularly love their New England seafood pizza. Their brick-oven thin crust is really great! But it's definitely a thin, thin crust -- not a thick one as noted by ShoeKittykat.

      1. re: golightly01

        Wow, the New England seafood pizza sounds great... I'm gonna have to try that!

        1. re: golightly01

          For thick crust pizza I like Capriccio II in Croton.

          1. re: Marge

            I second Marge on that - we live in Ossining, but near to Croton. For classic thicker crust pies, we head to Capriccio - no preference myself for #I or #II. For thin crust, Isabella's the ticket, for certain.

            Have only tried three places in Ossining for thicker crust pizza - the one across from Millwood Lumber (mediocre pizza, but awesome gelato in the store next door); Serafinas - have only had a whole pie there for dinner - was ok (was with vegetarians, and I don't love broccoli pizza); and Amendolas (across from Four Seasons grocery store on Croton Avenue (I remembering like that pizza, but this was 2-3 years ago)

            1. re: Nancy C

              I recently passed by Amendolas and I believe they closed. I saw a coming soon sign, but don't remember what was going there.

              With regard to the op's request, I don't have anything to input for thick pizza. So far, none of the locals really do it for me. For regular slices, I usually hit Sal's if I'm coming from or heading south and Capriccio's II if I'm coming from or heading north.

      2. try the stuffed spinach slice at pizza beat, arcadian shopping ctr