Slice Slice Baby!

Some of the top slices from around the county


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Gino’s Pizzeria
 
Yonkers 
Plain Slice: Hefty, cheesy slice. Top crust nicely colored. Sauce is sweet and well seasoned.

Francesca’s Pizza & Pasta 
Shrub Oak 
Italian-Flag Slice: Lip-smacking slice with halved cherry tomatoes, plus chopped broccoli for extra color and flavor.

Pelham Pizza
Pelham
White Slice: Ricotta, mozzarella, parsley, and lots of garlic to keep the vampires away. Rip off the crust to scoop up the ricotta!

Sal’s Pizza
 
Mamaroneck
Sicilian: Airy, crispy crust that can’t be matched. The area’s primo Sicilian.  

Catania’s Pizza
Yonkers
Sausage Slice: Crumbled, not sliced, sausage. Nice fennel flavor. Crust cooked well underneath and strong enough to support toppings.

Sofia’s Pizza & Restaurant
Harrison 
Grandma Slice: Covered in fresh mozzarella, plum tomatoes, and basil, this super-crunchy square slice is a winner.

Nonna’s Brick Oven Pizzeria
Peekskill 
Plain Slice: Huge, nearly 90˚ cut of New York-style thin crust. A must fold. Crispy cornicione, chewy undercrust.

Maria’s Pizza
 Yorktown Heights 
Santa Fe Slice: An original and delicious slice, with mushrooms, onions, black beans, chicken, and chipotle sauce.

Westbrook Pizzeria 
Cortlandt Manor
Margherita Slice: Thick-cut tomatoes; wide, thin slices of fresh mozzarella; drizzles of balsamic and olive oil; fresh basil — all topped with bits of roasted red pepper.

Sunrise Pizzeria
Rye 
Chicken Scarpariello Slice: Spicy chunks of chicken scarp, thin-sliced sausage, and fiery cherry peppers; you’ll need a fork to pick up the overflow toppings.

Gino’s Pizzeria & Restaurant 
Bronxville 
Salad Slice: Served cold with tangy Italian dressing. Crust holds weight of all the healthy raw veggies. Messy slice but a top one.

Capri Pizza & Pasta 
Tarrytown 
Chicken Bacon Ranch Slice: Crisp undercrust with a good char. Giant hunks of unbreaded, skin-on chicken breast. Keep a fork handy for all the toppings that will try to escape!

Peppino’s Pizza 
Baldwin Place
Grandma Slice: Crispy, chewy crust with a chunky-style sauce, fresh mozzarella, and plenty of oregano.

Dunwoodie Pizzeria & Restaurant
Yonkers 
Chicken Bacon Ranch Slice: As far from a traditional slice as can be, but there’s a reason it’s the shop’s No.1-selling specialty slice: It’s delicious!

Lombardo’s Pizza Bar & Restaurant
White Plains 
Margherita Slice: Crushed San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, and a touch of extra-virgin olive oil.

John’s of Arthur Ave
Port Chester 
Plain Slice: Even cook on the crust. Stretch your arms out to take the first bite; it’s one of the county’s bigger slices.

Saccone’s Pizzeria 
New Rochelle 
Plain Slice: Foldable, thin-crust slice without much top crust; aromatic, herbaceous sauce.
A must-try. 

Ossining Pizzeria & Restaurant
Ossining 
Buffalo Chicken Slice: No red sauce, with large chunks of chicken, drizzled with ranch and garnished with tiny slivers of celery.

Frank’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
Port Chester
Chicken Bacon Ranch: Tastes like a chicken cutlet sandwich with salty crumbled bacon and drizzles of ranch dressing.

Joe’s Fleetwood Pizzeria 
Mount Vernon
Sicilian: Great crust. Cheesy. Not dense. Sweet sauce. Love it!

 

   

 

Stagioni
Ardsley 
Eggplant Rollatini Slice: Sautéed eggplant, not at all bitter; delicious ricotta filling. Satisfying vegetarian slice!

T&J Pizza and Pasta
Port Chester 
The Thin Grandma: Patches of fresh mozzarella, plus torn basil and tomatoes atop a crisp crust.