A Mediterranean taverna in the Theater District...
Patsy's, New York’s best-loved Italian restaurant, still family-owned and -operated for over 70 years, will be celebrating St. Joseph’s Day 2014 by offering delectable and elegant menu specials.
On Wednesday, March 19th, Patsy’s will offer a variety of special dishes including Stuffed Artichokes, Stuffed Mushrooms, Pasta Fagioli, Broccoli Rabe, Pasta Con Sardi, Striped Bass alla Livornese, and Zeppole de San Giuseppe. St. Joseph’s Day is a Roman Catholic feast day commemorating the life of St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus and husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary. St. Joseph’s Day is celebrated on March 19th every year.
Just steps from Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Theater District, a visit to New York City is not complete without a meal at Patsy’s. For lunch, dinner, business or pleasure, Patsy’s has been serving traditional Italian cuisine at the highest standards and in the warmest atmosphere for well over half a century. Family owned and operated for over 70 years, the Patsy’s Italian Restaurant, in its only location in New York City, 236 West 56th Street, has been the place for home style Neapolitan Italian food that has been enjoyed for generations.
236 W. 56th St. btw. Broadway & Eighth Ave., 212-247-3491; www.patsys.com
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