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New Executive Chef @ Mauro’s in Ossining

Below is the bio on the new chef at Mauro’s Restaurant in Ossining.  I have had several of his dishes and he is developing a new menu to be unveiled soon.

Giuseppe Bologna recently took over the Executive Chef position at Mauro’s Restaurant and Bar in Ossining, New York. Chef Giuseppe brings years of experience and tradition to the kitchen at Mauro’s.

“I was very happy to be invited to join the staff at Mauro’s, to be part of a re-birth of this restaurant that has been part of the community for close to 20 years.”


Giuseppe is a native of Westchester County. As might be obvious from his name, his parents are of Italian descent from the town of Capaci in Sicily. Growing up around great Italian cooking and recipes was an instrumental factor that has guided Giuseppe’s cooking repertoire.

Culinary Career:

Chef Giuseppe graduated from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park in 2004. In addition, he also holds a degree in Psychology from the State University of New York.

Giuseppe’s passion and talent were evident early in his career. Chef David Anderson of Strega Restaurant in Pleasantville NY recognized this passion and moved Giuseppe into the sous chef position only one month after graduation from the CIA. Giuseppe has honed his craft at kitchens such as Osteria del Circo and at Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills.

Culinary Style:

Working at these fine establishments allowed Giuseppe to further develop his distinctive culinary cuisine with origins derived from his Italian heritage. He has taken these skills and worked them into a unique artistry that gives traditional Italian dishes a delicate twist.

Through his guidance, Mauro’s will offer seasonal menus featuring sustainable, locally sourced meats and produce. Chef Giuseppe adds, “I would describe my style as simple, allowing the quality of the ingredients to speak for themselves.”

Owners Joanne and Don Delle Bovi add, “We keep our ears to the ground and continue to offer dining choices suggested from customer feedback and surveys. Giuseppe brings a passion for food that is apparent in every dish that comes out of our kitchen. His background, family traditions and experience allow us to offer exciting menu choices. The feedback is already very positive.”


199 Main Street

Ossining, NY 10562



  1. Susan D wrote:

    Great! I’m going for my birthday on Wednesday night, the 20th. I’ll let you know how artful Giuseppe is. Jo and Don have a fine eye for good chefs, good taste, and great value. More later.

    Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 5:29 pm | Permalink
  2. Susan D wrote:

    My birthday dinner was delicious from start to finish and Chef Giuseppe is a master. Antipasti, eggplant rollatini, and fried calamari for starters. A bowl of seafood that was chock full of goodness; oxtail with pappardelle that I died and went to heaven after eating; light as air gnocchi; refreshing lemon sherbert and plain cheesecake. A delicious bottle of Prosecco compliments of a gentleman friend made my birthday terrific in every way. Valentine’s Day would be the perfect night to enjoy a meal at Mauro’s. You will not be disappointed.

    Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 2:36 pm | Permalink

    Chef Giuseppe graduated from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) in Hyde Park in 2004. In addition, he also holds a degree in Psychology from the State University of New York.

    PS Mauros is a GREAT ITALIAN RESTAURANT.. one of the best in westchester!

    Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 6:46 am | Permalink

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