236 W. 56th St., New York, NY, 10019
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.
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 Jeneflea on 2/12/2009
When I was in New York my friend and I were walking the streets at a loss as to where to eat, I know, at a loss in New York is crazy. We new we wanted different so we thought Indian. But as we read the menu we decided to see what was next door. Neither of us had heard of Patsy's, so we read that menu. Decision made, Patsy's was the one. When we walked in it was a small dining area, but well lit and a warm atmosphere. When I was treated to my dinner, it was delicious. To make a long story short it was a nice evening in a restaurant that was new to me but known by many. I bought the cook book on the way out and thanked the owners who were greeting and saying goodnight to all the patrons, and was glad my friend and I had decided on Italian that night. Wonderful and even more wonderful was the staff that treated us as if we were the only ones there every minute of that night 5 years ago.
By itsmemick on 12/2/2008
When we visit NYC each year...we make sure we visit Patsys...always nice...wonderful service...even Sal comes around saying hello.
By steph_b on 8/8/2008
We ate at Patsy's by chance on a Saturday night in June 08 during a 2 week visit to NYC. From arrival to departure the whole experience was fantastic. Good old fashioned service - professional but friendly. Unpretentious and flavoursome food. A place that would be justified in resting on it's laurels - but it doesn't. Patsy's does what it does well - a classical Italian restaurant. It will be a must visit on our next trip.
By michaeld5 on 7/18/2008
If you want the best Italian in the city, this is the restaurant to go to. Even if you aren't Frank, or Tony Bennett, or Rush Limbaugh, or the other 900 people they have pictures of on their walls, they still treat you well, surprisingly. Sorry to read the fellow down below had such a bad experience. Oh yeah, and the food, it's pretty darn good.
By martin_chamois on 3/21/2007
PastyÂ’s the West mid-50Â’s classic Italian eatery is most famous as one of Frank SinatraÂ’s places. It would be wrong to dismiss this restaurant as an old fashion (since 1944), perhaps tourist establishment. The family runs the place as a trust, and not only as a profit center, although it is also the latter. The food is classic and nearly perfect. The service is professional. The prices are right on. Perhaps the lighting could be turned down a little to give the rooms the same warmth the food and service provides.
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.
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 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.