Westchester. Since starting the blog, we've been only going to pizza places, which is, of course, fine by me! This time we went to the Cabin Restaurant. It looks like it sounds--like a cabin--and I was surprised that it was a pizza restaurant. They have a pretty extensive menu, but the pizza was what we were there for. It's baked in a stone hearth forno oven at around 700 degrees.
As I mentioned, Greg ordered a pizza with seafood and I think he added mushrooms, so I have to take only his word for how good it was. He really liked it, so if that's your thing, feel free to enjoy. Or, if you like normal pizza, the fresh mozzarella brooklyn is the way to go. The crust was crispy and thin and the cheese was evenly spread out over the pizza, which is important to me. They put the sauce on top of the cheese (like Vace in DC) and it was a nice sweet, but not too sweet, sauce.
I can always trust Greg to pick a good restaurant to try! He knows I'm picky and it doesn't even bother him too much. We just ate a quick lunch, but I would go back again and try the goat cheese pizza (minus the truffle oil--which is just a fancy name for mushroom oil).