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Patsy's Italian Restaurant
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.
Posted by Robert Damato on 08/07/2011
We were greeted at the door and seated immediately. We had 9 people with us and everyone raved about the food. It was busy, but that didn't slow the waiters down. I love that it's a family owned restaurant and the whole family work it.The Food was delicious. a great place to eat when going to a show
Posted by Ronnie on 07/13/2011
I’m 68 years old and revisited Patsy’s on West 56th street in NYC last night where I used to eat with my parents and some of their friends every other Sunday night when I was growing up. I always ate a lot when I was a youngster and still continue to eat myself into a coma whenever the food is great… and last night at Patsy’s was no exception… great bread, great olive oil, phenomenal tricolore salad with homemade roasted peppers, the best fried zucchini anywhere, delicious striped bass marechiare, and pasta al dente with the marechiare sauce… and the waiter took special care of me… said he’s been at Patsy’s for more than 25 years. The real deal experience!
Posted by REK on 07/07/2011
My wife and I had dinner at Patsy's during a recent visit to New York. It was a pleasure to experience outstanding service from this venerable Italian restaurant. The staff was there when you wanted them but never interrupted or hovered. The never lost track of their tables and never seemed hurried. The food served promptly and tasted wonderful! I have not experienced such a great dining experience in many years.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/03/2011
This was my first time at patsys and it was great. It was recommended by a friend who said the food was delicious and she was right. It's real authentic Italian food and the service is superb. If your in town make sure you try it but make sure its Patsys on 56st because some people confuse it with patsys pizza which is in no way similar.