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michele cindy | Nov 1, 201005:28 AM    

A new pizza restaurant opened up in Piermont, next to the Harbor House. We stopped in last night for a late dinner after the Piermont Haunted House. I had the broccoli rabe hero, which was excellent. The broccoli rabe was cooked and seasoned just right, garlic oil, and a hint of lemon. Served on a toasted roll. My daughter had a slice, which was a very good, typical very thin NY Style, similar to Posa Posa's slices. Good sauce to cheese ratio. 2 neighboring tables ordered the margarita pizza. It was a large thin square pizza, cut into squares, and it looked awesome. I knew folks at each of the tables and both said it was excellent. I am looking forward to trying it. Excited there's a decent place in Piermont now for pizza. They also had dinners, which my only criticism, were priced pretty high. I didn't see the portion size; perhaps the portions are large which might explain the higher price.

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Posa Posa
121 Rockland Ctr, Nanuet, NY 10954

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