Racanelli's New York Italian

Tony Diaz of Racanelli's spreads sauce over a pizza before putting it into the oven. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
This photo of Racanelli's was taken before the restaurant began its renovations. Photo Credit: Alex Racanelli
Now, Racanelli's has been transformed for a sleeker, more modern look. Photo Credit: Alex Racanelli
Chef Patrizio D'Andrea makes a butternut squash soup with focaccia croutons and arugula at Racanelli's. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
The Racanelli brothers and Nick Mautone, third from left, stand in front of the sign for the old restaurant. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
The outside of Racanelli's New York Italian now has a sleek, modern look to it. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
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GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Customers who step into the newly-renovated Racanelli's New York Italian might forget they're in Greenburgh.

The restaurant at 851 Central Ave., not to be confused with Racanelli's Pizza and Brew on Knollwood Road, will continue to stand at the same location like it has for the past 40 years — but is now sporting a new look. When original founder Martino Racanelli passed away two years ago, his three sons decided to give the restaurant an extensive makeover. The restaurant just re-opened its doors for business in ...
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tfenmore:

People who grew up going to Pizza n' Brew like I have, owe it to themselves to go and try this new re-vamp eatery. The food is delicious and elegant, as so as the pizzas. In fact I much prefer the thinner crust in comparison to the old style med-thick crust. Go with an open mind--you will not be disappointed.