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    1. Pizza Union

    A go-to pizzeria and Italian restaurant in Newburgh, Pizza Union tempts with top-tier pies and delectable desserts. Photo by Sabrina Sucato

    2. Pizza Mia

    “I like to call it ‘reverse engineering’ our traditional menu,” explains Brian Manning, owner of three Pizza Mia locations spread across the Hudson Valley. He’s describing the one-of-a-kind specialty slices that the pizzeria alternates on a daily basis. Among the creations are pizzas topped with spaghetti and meatballs, garlic knots, jalapeño poppers, mozzarella sticks, Flamin’ Read more...
  • 3. Pizza Shop

    The Pizza Shop serves staples like pizza, pasta, and wings, but carefully reimagined for new, exciting twists on old-school classics.

    4. Pizza Mia

    “I like to call it ‘reverse engineering’ our traditional menu,” explains Brian Manning, owner of three Pizza Mia locations spread across the Hudson Valley. He’s describing the one-of-a-kind specialty slices that the pizzeria alternates on a daily basis. Among the creations are pizzas topped with spaghetti and meatballs, garlic knots, jalapeño poppers, mozzarella sticks, Flamin’ Read more...

    5. Lolita’s Pizza

    This bistro serves made-to-order Neapolitan-style, wood-fired pizza, plus artisanal homemade pastas and fresh salads. Dine inside for a romantic, relaxed atmosphere, or al fresco on the shaded patio in warm weather. Photo by Sabrina Sucato

    6. Hudson & Packard

    Don’t call it Sicilian! At the Hudson Valley’s first Detroit-style pizzeria, crispy cheese and square corners is the Motor City mantra. Hudson & Packard Is Poughkeepsie’s Detroit-Style Pizza Shop Photos by Hudson Photo Co.
  • 7. Coals

    We already know Westchester residents love this place — they voted it Best Burger at Westchester Magazine’s annual Burger & Beer Blast in 2015 and 2017 — but what makes a Coals burger so good? We think it’s got something to do with the way they imbue the eight-ounce patty with lots of charred, grilled flavor, Read more...