HARRISON, N.Y.-- New York Times food critic M.H. Reed gave Harrison's Trattoria 632 a "Good" in a recent.
Reed was especially complimentary of the restaurants pizzette appetizer.
"These weren’t the 7-inch personal numbers, but full 12-inchers. Toppings were luxurious, as in the Quattro Stagione with grilled zucchini, artichoke hearts, mushrooms and curls of prosciutto; or the heady Carpino with tangy goat and sweet fontina cheeses, caramelized onion, shiitakes, truffle oil and thyme. The Burrata was an effortless harmony of the mild, wonderfully creamy cheese, salty pancetta and sweet, acidic cherry tomatoes," Reed wrote in his review.
Reed also credited 632's ability to change the menu seasonally.
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