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Patsy's Italian Restaurant

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  • Italian
  • 236 W 56th St, New York NY10019 40.76553 -73.9827339
  • (Btwn Bway & 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 247-3491
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User Ratings (Based on 85 reviews)

3.975
Food 4.1 Value 3.6
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 247-3491
Fax:
fax
(212) 541-5071
Website:
www.patsys.com
Notes:
Catering Private Parties Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 12pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Pre/Post Theater, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by steve warren on 09/04/2010

    great place [great people]

    i have been eating here for 40 years! everything is great-the food the service and the ambience-everyone is treated wit care-dont get people who dont appreciate this place-prices are fair and new york quality restaurants are never inexpensive. if you want cheap italian food -go out for pizza!

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by Jimmie D on 08/03/2010

    Not a celebrity

    Had to go because my wife wanted to try it. Unfortunately it doesn't really live up to all the hype. Food was 'OK' but prices are way out of wack for what you are getting. I don't expect to see a lot of repeat customers coming back - most will try it out of curiosity and then simply realize that there are much better restaraunt choices when visiting Manhattan.

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by Paragon on 04/10/2010

    Overpriced and por quality

    Had two pasta dishes - linguine with clam sauce and pasta with pesto. Each was served with no presentation at all - small portions and tasteless. The worst $70+ we have ever spent. The next night - got cappellini with white clam sauce from Carmine's on Broadway - with roasted garlic and loaded with clams and a delicious sauce - the same $25 price and WAY beyond Patsy's in quality and portion. Want great Italian ? Go east to Cellini's on 54th, south to Carmine's on 44th, D'Andrea in the vilage, Parkside in Queens and numerous others. Patsy's? WAY overrated.

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by Steve on 03/27/2010

    Solid restaurant

    Consistantly good basic Italian food. Excellent service. Wine list very good. Maitre D great guy. We go back again and again when we are in NY. Yes there are "hotter" spots but Patsy's is comfortable and reliable

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by digby on 12/29/2009

    Avoid

    Went for holidays with family and I was shocked that it was more expensive than the city's finest Italian places. Needless to say the food left a lot to be desired and the career waiters were in the holiday "spirit".

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by long time New Yorker on 12/10/2009

    ok for Southern Italian

    I've been here 3 times and eat out often. Portions are huge and ambiance is nice. Yes, it's pricey, but it's Patsy's, so you expect that. Some of the food is not good (chicken contadina -- inedible); some is ok but too bland (chicken cacciatore, chicken Francese); and some is really good (pasta and meatballs -- the meatballs are "to die for", eggplant parmagian is wonderful). So based on above, I would say the truly Southern Italian dishes with heavy rich tomato sauce are very good, while the Northern Italian is too bland, and the chicken is boring. Also, the fried zuchinni was also wonderful -- very light, tasty, crispy strips. I've given up on chicken dishes, but would still come back for the pasta dishes and zuchinni and atmosphere.

  • Patsy's Italian Restaurant

    Posted by KL on 11/23/2009

    Living by its names

    Its clearly living on its name and not its food quality. I had the Penne Vodka and the sauce was like water, the pasta was undercooked and clearly was from a bag and not fresh and the Parmesan was canned as well. For 20-25 bucks a plate I want fresh pasta and Parmesan grated in front of me

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