2022: Manhattan Voted Patsy’s Italian Restaurant Best Italian Restaurant!
Patsy’s Italian Restaurant
236 W 56th Street
(212) 247-3491 – patsys.com
There are countless options for Italian food in New York City, so finding the best one is a struggle. But look no further than Patsy’s Italian Restaurant. Since 1944, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant has been a traditional, family-owned and operated Italian restaurant located on Manhattan’s west side just south of Central Park. The restaurant is family owned, and their food is out-of-this-world. You’ll feel like your back at grandma’s house for Sunday dinner! Perfect for small dinners or groups of large parties, Patsy’s is the location that you’ve been looking for. Their meatballs and pasta are their specialty, but the entire menu will transport you to the streets of Rome! Make a reservation now!
2021: Manhattan Voted Rubirosa Best Italian Restaurant!
235 Mulberry St., New York, NY 10012
(212) 965-0500 – https://www.rubirosanyc.com/
While many restaurants attempt to cook classic Italian meals, they often fall short of what your Grandma used to make on Sundays, that is until Rubirosa came along. At the heart of Rubirosa is family, which is the foundation italian culture. This restaurant is a family-run neighborhood pizzeria and restaurant that features pizza as well as a wide variety of pastas. All of the pastas are made fresh in-house daily so it’s no shock because NYC rated them #1. The restaurant’s menu contains the classic Italian dishes such as meatballs, pizza, stuffed shells and ravioli. However, it also has some unique twists on dishes such as pepperoni bread and tie dye pizza!
2020: Manhattan Voted NY Pizza Suprema Best Italian Restaurant!
NY Pizza Suprema
413 8th Ave
(212) 594-8939 – www.nypizzasuprema.com
NY Pizza Suprema has been serving the best slices to New Yorkers since 1964. And thats before Madison Square Garden was built! Now owned by the son of its founder Sal Riggio, not much has changed in the last fifty-something years! They are still only serving up plain slices – no toppings, no frills. But if a place that only serves one kind of pizza can beat out the rest of the city, you know it has to be something special!