1820 New Hackensack rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
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266 Titusville Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
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Many of the first restaurant owners in Poughkeepsie made the trip north from New York after New York-style pizza had become the next big thing. They didn't go for the same mega-sized pies, but Poughkeepsie has still become known for thin crust pizza. Thin crust has been adopted for pretty much every type of pizza in Poughkeepsie including several, like Sicilian, which are usually thick crust. Thin crust is basically a traditional Italian pizza but one in which a lesser quantity of dough is used to make the base. It makes for a crispier pie all round, but one that's still capable of holding plenty of topping ingredients without going soft and soggy like a New York-style pizza does when it's overloaded. In Poughkeepsie, as well being offered in different styles, you'll find pizzerias that bake thin crusts in wood and coal-fired ovens, and even some who make them the pan-baked way. Round or square and no matter how it's been baked, thin crust is one of the best pizzas you can eat.
When you want to get the best delivery pizza in Poughkeepsie you need to order your pie from a pizzeria that has their heart in their pie making. One such pizzeria in Poughkeepsie is Sinapi's Pizza, Pasta & More which is on New Hackensack Road. You'll realize as soon as you phone your order in that these guys are a professional outfit and that's a service that's carried right through the entire process of getting your pizza to you. Sinapi's Pizza, Pasta & More occupies a smart, modern premises that's simply decorated and furnished in a minimal style. It's clean, bright, and geared for action, so your pizza will be delivered quick. There's no chance of the chefs getting lost in the dining area either as there's a huge sign saying ‘kitchen’ to show them where it is. They're happy to be there prepping pizzas though, so keep them content by getting your delivery pie from Sinapi's.
It's easy to work up an appetite when you've been playing a round of golf at the McCann Memorial Golf Course or been for a swim in the pool in Spratt Park. If that's happened to you, or you're hungry for any other reason, you'll find you can pick up the best take-out pizza in Poughkeepsie from Giacomo's Pizza Cafe on Spackenkill Road. There's a parking lot right out front of Giacomo's so you won't have far to walk from your car to get to the door. That's great if you're feeling faint with hunger. Take a seat inside once you've placed your order – there's more than enough to accommodate a coach full of people – because you'll get dizzy when you spy the array of pizzas on display. Giacomo's specializes in thin-crust Sicilian and they come highly recommended so if you've never had one of those before, you should definitely have one here.
Have an afternoon away from Poughkeepsie and find out how the other half lived by driving north to Staatsburg. It's just a twenty-minute drive but before you get there make a stop at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. You'll be totally mind-boggled by the mansion's architecture and ornately decorated interior, but not as much as you will be when you tour around the Staatsburgh State Historic Site which is even more impressive. When you've seen enough of what the rich and well-to-do left behind for prosperity, come back to reality by getting a take-out pizza from the Deerview Deli on NY-9G.
Hyde Park is a rural town just five miles north of Poughkeepsie which was home to The US's 32nd president. You'll need all day to explore the Home of Franklin D Roosevelt National Park which is sandwiched between the town and the Hudson River. The Roosevelt house is full of incredible treasures that have to be seen to be believed and the thousand acres of grounds and gardens take hours to walk around. It won't be a quick tour and it'll be one that leaves you overawed as well as hungry. When you've seen all there is to see, head back to Hyde Park and have a pizza at Ronzoni's on Violet Avenue.
For a change of scene from Poughkeepsie go west, cross over the Mid Hudson Bridge and make your way to Highland. Park up and do the three-mile round trip walk on the Walkway Over the Hudson. It's a great leg stretch and there's lots of informative notices along the way where you can learn about any wildlife you'll see as well as the history of the river and bridge. To get even more exercise head to the Illinois Mountain Park where there are endless trails running through the scenic countryside. Pick up a pizza from Pizza Mia on US Highway 9W before you go and you'll have a ready-made picnic.
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