Patsy's Italian Restaurant Celebrates Frank Sinatra's Birthday

December 10, 2013 - by CG News Desk
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Patsy's Italian Restaurant, known for years as Frank Sinatra's favorite, will pay tribute to their number one customer by offering his favorite dishes on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at noon -- marking what would have been the legendary singer's 98th birthday.

A yearly tradition, Patsy's will serve Ol' Blue Eyes' favorite dishes, including Frank's Clams Posillipo, Frank's Veal Milanese, Frank's Fusilli with Fileto di Pomodoro, and Sinatra's favorite desserts, including Ricotta Torte and a glass of wine. The meal is $79/person, plus tax & tip.

Reservations are strongly encouraged. Call 212-247-3491 for more information.

About Patsy's Italian Restaurant - Patsy's, the original family-owned and -operated Italian restaurant at its only Manhattan location, 236 West 56th Street on Manhattan's West Side, has been a legendary dining destination in New York City for over 67 years. For more information about Patsy's, visit

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