Serving large-portioned meals at small prices since 1947, this family-run traditional Italian restaurant is known for bubbling pizzas, pork chops with vinegar peppers, linguini with red or white clam sauce, and chicken and veal francese. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
Chicken Scarparo 2013
Best Italian Grandmother Cuisine 2005. Remember two things before entering this old-school red sauce joint located on the White Plains-Greenburgh border: it's really called macaroni not pasta, and it's cash only. Once you are set with these ground rules, settle in with uncomplicated favorites like thin-crust pizza, spaghetti, enormous salads, and palm-sized meatballs. So what if the decor hasn't been touched since 1947 (when it opened); if it ain't broke, don't fix it is the reigning philosophy here.