Italian-American restaurant White Plains hailed as the ‘treasure of Westchester’

A Westchester County Italian restaurant has become a staple for some residents thanks to its selection of homemade pasta dishes and cocktails.

TVB by: Pax Romana is located at 171 East Post Road in White Plains.

The restaurant menu includes pasta dishes such as spaghetti carbonara, vodka penne and ravioli.

Guests can also choose from starters such as eggplant parmigiana, chicken parmigiana, and branzino, a Mediterranean sea bass dish with sautéed seasonal vegetables and salmoriglio sauce.

The restaurant also offers a selection of cocktails, which online reviewers have raved about, including a lemon basil martini and an Aperol spritz.

“A Westchester treasure,” Brendan T., of Brooklyn, said in a Yelp review. “Top notch updated Italian-American in the White Plains urban core, one of my go-to spots whenever I’m in the area.

“The Penne Alla vodka, as well as the Cavatelli’s are some of the best I’ve ever had, let alone somewhere this far on the outskirts of the metro.

“No matter which homemade pasta you choose, you can be sure it will be cooked perfectly with the perfect al dente. Bonus accessories for the tasty house red on tap. I really can’t say a bad word about from this place.”

TVB by: Pax Romana is open from Monday to Saturday. Find more information on opening hours and menu proposals on the restaurant’s website website.

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