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Patsy's Italian Restaurant
Posted by Lesley on 12/13/2012
To review this based on my most recent visit would be to undermine the lifetime worth of experiences that I have been fortunate to encounter. As long as I have been placing food in my mouth I have been eating at Patsy's. The consistency of excellence has never let me down from Chicken Scarpariello (not on the menu - ask for it special!) to their baked ziti, Shrimp Marinara, Veal Cutlet (the Frank Sinatra Special), Meatballs, Spaghetti Bolognese, and even the chopped salad! Their food is REAL italian food that can surpass any other italian restaurant.
Posted by michael on 12/11/2012
My wife and I ate there this past weekend. We are from North Carolina and have eaten here before when visiting the city. I was shocked by some of the negative reviews. This place is fantastic if you love Italian food. The Veal Parm is the best I have ever eaten and my wife's Rigatoni was also outstanding. The owner came by the table and gave us some of his Pasta Sauce to take home with us and couldn't have been nicer. If you like Italian food this is THE place to go in NYC. Again, cannot understand any negative review of this place...it's excellent.
Posted by Anisha on 11/26/2012
I was at Patsy's a month ago and, after the most delicious meal, we found ourselves being the last ones left in the restaurant. We met the owner and his wife - they were so nice! They chatted with us about the restaurant history, the celebs who come there, and even gifted us bottles of their famous pasta sauce before we left. This place - and its owners - are true gems. Amazing food, beautiful decor, a special experience. Highly recommend!
Posted by anonymous on 07/23/2012
There were 2 of us who wanted a good Italian meal, and this was recommended by a friend. We were placed at a table in the middle of the rest. But after ordering $8.00 ice teas rather than an alcoholic drink, we were ignored for the rest of the evening. We had to almost trip someone just to get water. The head waiter never visited the table after taking the order, and all the other wait staff did his work. Of course noted on the bill was a space to give a special tip for the head waiter. The food portion was not that great for the price. If you don't drink, don't expect to get any service!
Posted by southside john s on 03/19/2012
Went with friends after a show, the ladies had heard about the place on T.V and had to try. "BIG" money! The food was good, but service was so- so, the help kept pushing our plates around this insane small table, and reaching over the top and across us because of the lack of room, got our dinners and had to ask for pepper or cheese -which was jar stuff, and each couple spilt a desert and with a Irsh coffee, and two teas and those bad boys along came to 52.00. on a 300.00 dollar tab- save your money- come to Jersey for a good Italian meal
Posted by Linda on 12/29/2011
This place is scandalously expensive for what you get. Saw it on Food Network and was expecting home-cooked meals but we got run of the mill tourist trap theater district food. This was one of the most expensive places we went on our trip and by far the most disappointing.
Posted by G. and B. Jackson on 12/28/2011
What an outstanding New York experience! My wife and I are avid foodies that caught an episode of Patsy's on the Travel Channel (277 Direct TV). We decided that we had to spend our 25th Wedding Anniversary in a place that created a flair for its patrons, and made it a wonderful experience for all those that dined there. As we entered the Restaurant we were greeted and to our surprise, there was no other than Beau Bridges and his lovely wife. What a start to the wonderful evening. As we were seated. The owner came over and congratulated us both on our 25th Anniversary, and he even took pictures with us. As we ate our dinner. Our server was superb. He brought us carrot cake and sang Happy Anniversary to us. At the conclusion of the evening, the owner came back to our table, gave us an autographed copy of The Patsy’s Cookbook, and wished us well. And did I mention that the prepared entrée’s were “Outstanding”. Our 25th Anniversary was made special, not by a famous restaurant, but by a loving family that loves what they do. I promised the owner that whenever I was in the area that I would certainly dine at Patsy's, and I positively intend to keep that promise. Thanks to the entire staff at Patsy’s Italian Restaurant.