Bolzano Italian Restaurant | About Us
Bolzano’s Restaurant on the Swartwout Lake in Congers, New York is owned by Pasqual Bitici. We're committed to bringing you the best tasting, most authentic Italian food possible.
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Bolzano Restaurant on the Lake

Bolzano’s Restaurant on the Lake, is located in Congers, New York and is owned by Pasqual Bitici. The Bolzano’s story began over 40 years ago in 1968 when Pasqual Bitici, immigrated from Bolzano, Italy to the Bronx, New York by boat with his brother and father.
Along with their dreams and aspirations for the New World, the Bitici’s also brought their 500 year old family recipes. Bolzano’s Restaurant uses the same famous recipes to produce the best Italian dinners around. The “secret sauce” is a unique blend of spices creating a zesty flavor that has been called “addicting.”

Bolzano’s is proud to indulge you with delicious food and a warm, friendly ambiance in an atmosphere of casual but elegant dining. We truly believe the most treasured memories are those shared with family and friends. Whether stopping in for a quick lunch with friends or business associates, an intimate dinner for 2 or spending a night out with a large group, Bolzano’s is guaranteed to have just the right menu choice for everyone. We have something for everyone from the most savory menu selections to family style offerings. Bring the children for a family affair or opt for a romantic evening

LAKE SWARTWOUT

The breathtaking Swartwout Lake in Congers, New York, part of the land holdings of the Swartwout family, is named after Jacobus as well as Swartwoutville in town of Wappinger, New York.

Jacobus Swartwout II (born 5 November 1734 in Wicopee, Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York; died 16 February 1827 in Swartwoutville, Dutchess, New York) was an American landowner, statesman, and military leader, who served as a Brigadier General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War under General George Washington. He was a close ally of many key Founding Fathers of the United States. He was a delegate/signer to Ratification of the Constitution by the State of New York and advocate for the Bill of Rights.

Historic Swartwoutville was created in 2009 to recognize the hamlet of Swartwoutville, by erecting signs at the six entrances of the hamlet and preserving historical site and buildings relating to General Swartwout.