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236 W. 56th St., New York, NY, 10019
Still Craving Those Meatballs!
By AntonioHernandez on 1/5/2007
The spaghetti and Meatballs was the best we've ever had. Our 4yrs.old daughter could not finish the hughe plate that was served and we took it to the hotel. It was even better cold the next day. Everything we ordered was excellent.
Some of the best pasta in Manhattan
By Lahja on 11/22/2005
Pasta is not hard to cook. Simple pasta only needs boiling water. But the pasta here is homemade. SAuce is a little harder, because a lot of times it tends to be syrupy or bitter, or lack spices. At Patsy's, the pasta and the sauce is both very, very good. I do not really love the resturant itself, because it has to compare with a lot more splendid-looking places in manhattan. But the food is really great. The servings are not over-priced when you see them on the menu, but for the average person, they may be. They are really small, and so the plates are about 30 dollars per person. Wine is about 25-40 dollars, which offsets the other expenses, and so two people can dine for less than 80 dollars. For very good food, this is a value. I think this is a place more people should try, because a lot of more upscale italian places are terrible in the city.
By asiegel on 1/24/2005
I read the reviews and thought this would be a good place to take my 20 year old son after the Knicks game. Big Mistake. Service was bordering on rude, once it was obvious we weren't going to have a big drink tab, they charge extra for pasta, which was out of a box with dull sauce, and 25 bucks for average Chicken Parm and no pasta is pathetic under any standard. My dish, a special with a spicy red sauce, was as dull and unimaginative as you could imagine. I did order a double espresso, which was a very over-extracted, bitter shot with hot water poured in it, costing an outrageous 6 bucks. Bread was also average, which is a shame, considering the bakeries in NYC. Never saw the desserts, waiter too busy. A big disappointment. We will never ever go back.
By DawnKnight on 11/13/2003
I was at Patsy's on 11/01/03 at 11:00 pm and was treated like I was the first customer of the day! We closed the placed down but were never rushed. Food was amazing and service impecable. Too bad I live in Denver. Thank you!!
By sahw on 11/7/2003
Splendid classical Italian with outstanding sauces, especially the marinara. Spaghetti and ravioli superb. Leave room for the luscious deserts. Service is also excellent. Old and reliable.
Classic Italian Red - the way Sinatra liked it.
By truly_sweet on 10/3/2003
Classic Italian Red - the way Sinatra liked it. This New Yawk Italian Classic brings back mem'ries of sumptuous feasts and tables groaning with heaping platters and carafes of rich Chianti. Although quality has diminished a bit from the restaurant's hey-day, the pasta, chicken and veal dishes are hearty and tasty, too. If you're a true New Yawker and/or a lover of Sinatra and the good old days - you gotta try Patsy's.
By nycfemale on 3/14/2003
great value, great food.
By tricia on 3/6/2003
Have loved this place for years. Cheap, great food and who needs a place with attitude. Really, those places get old.
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