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Long Island's luscious lasagnas

Spezia, St. James: Three layers of house-made pasta

Spezia, St. James: Three layers of house-made pasta and a full-flavored Bolognese define this lasagna dish. (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara)

Wisdom has it that the best way to keep out the cold is by dressing in layers.

Eating in layers does the trick, too — at least when you’re sitting down to a big hunk of lasagna, a layering that usually includes pasta, sauce, cheese and meat.

Check out 10 of Long Island’s top lasagnas, some adhering to tradition, others going totally out-of-the-box. They'll warm you up.

Want to make your own lasagna? Click here for some helpful tips and a great recipe.

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