NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- Calling it an "unpretentious neighborhood" establishment, Agostino's in New Rochelle is the subject of a New York Times review.
Those boating and golfing, along with local residents reportedly are attracted to the Italian restaurant where "fine Italian food" is the main fare, according to the New York Times.
Italy's regions, Abruzzo and Apulia are where Anna Catalano, Agostino's owner, learned how to prepare regional dishes like sauce and pasta, said the newspaper.
The New York Times, in the article highlighted dishes, including spinach lasagna, potato gnocchi and lobster ravioli, all written about favorably; and similarly shines a light on such appetizers as seafood salad and zucchini boats.
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