Upper West Side
Patsy's Pizzeria first opened its doors in 1933 in East Harlem and has been making "old world" style pizza ever since. The thin crust, oven-baked pizza anchors the full Italian menu, which includes calzones, pasta and salads, and all of the mozzarella is homemade. The Upper West Side location, the newest of four, features a coal-burning oven that gives the pizzas a coveted smoky flavor. The high tin ceilings, big windows and open floor impart a light and pleasant ambiance, perfect for enjoying some of the finest pizza in New York.
Those with experience recommend not adding too many toppings (though they are tempting) to keep the pizza from drying out or getting too heavy.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Handicapped Accessible
- Late-Night Dining
- Take-Out Available
Cuisine Type:: Pizza