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Classic spots like Johnny’s and Sal’s are probably what come to mind first when you think of the pizza scene in Westchester, and they remain beloved. But these days, there are plenty of options for great slices or pies. Burrata in Eastchester has established itself as arguably the best spot for sitting down with a Neapolitan pie that’s the perfect balance of charred crust and chewy dough. In addition to pizza, they have a full Italian menu and a bar. Get the J Sexton pie, which receives a shot of chilled burrata after coming out of the oven, and the agnolotti filled with short rib pasta dish. Service is a bit casual, but the pies come out pretty quickly, and the prices are reasonable by Westchester standards.

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