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Patsy's Italian Restaurant
Posted by Anonymous on 03/14/2009
Don't miss the veal piccata. It will bring you back time and time again. Patsy's defines classic New York service. Perfect for special celebrations and visitors.
Posted by Rich on 01/05/2009
The place was packed, the reservation was for 7:45, and Joe (the older owner) even remembered my wife's daddy, Pete from Brooklyn 25 years back If we weren't seated at the best table in the house, on time, then it was # 2. Vlado was our server, and he made everything effortless. From the Feast of the Seven Fishes (which I had), to the stuffed shells, to the Toasted Almond cake, to the atmosphere (pure italian), the night will be remembered forever. Thanks.
Posted by Anthony L on 08/11/2008
Food is above average. However, not too crazy about the hot antipasto. Everything else was delicious. Food brought out w/o delay and they did not rush us. I get a kick out of all the photos of celebs that ate there. If it was good enough for Sinatra its good enough for me. Try it.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2008
Went here based on recommendations I read on Menupages. We were not disappointed. The food was fantastic!!! I only wished our hotel room had a fridge so I could keep my leftovers. Friends and I shared tastes of each others food, each dish was better than the last. The service was great also. We did not feel rushed at all and we were very well attended to. I would gladly recommend this place to anyone that asks!!
Posted by Martin Mn on 05/04/2008
Growing up on the east coast and moving to the midwest really left me craving this kind of genuine Italian food, but even by NYC standards this places is great. All the sauces we tried at Patsy's were mouth watering. The kind you can't stop nibbling on even after you're stuffed. Posillipo, Marinara, etc. Very good. A must if you love real Italian. Bread was cold and a bit dry which had us worried at first, but the food was perfect. Staff is very attentive but somewhat cold which explains the 3.5 on atmosphere. All in all, this one is on my -A- list. Worth your time.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/19/2008
I have eaten in a lot of Italian restaurants in the city and this is by far the best. It's true homestyle Italian. The chicken cattiatore was amazing. Cooked to perfection and the sauce was exactly like grandma's from Italy! The veal was tender and juicy.The desserts were incredible and the service was just as incredible. It was worth the money. Top quality, large portions and delicious! Can't wait tho go back.
Posted by Sweetshe on 02/05/2008
Saw the chef on the Today show so went into the city specifically to go to Patsy's Kitchen. Went for lunch on Saturday and the place was not busy. We were treated nicely and the waiters were pleasant and attentive. We ordered calamari for an appetizer which was just ok (a little tough) but the marinara sauce it came with was great. Very good flavor, fresh basil. For entrees we ordered the baked Rigatoni (Rigatoni Sorrentino). It was just ok but only because that type of sauce is not my favorite - I like a meat based sauce and this was a little more tomato soupish. We also ordered the Eggplant Parmigana. The flavors were good but it was more breading (possibly cornmeal?) than eggplant. If your in the mood for good old italian dishes covered with melted cheese, than you'll like Patsy's.