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Pizza

Since it first opened in Harlem in 1933, Patsy's has turned into a bonafide pizza dynasty with outposts across New York. The Upper West Side location serves the signature big, cheesy pies and family-style Italian pastas in a walk-up storefront off Columbus Ave. The space is large, cozy, and feels quintessential New York with photos on the wall of famous customers. Patsy's is a big family destination, and it doesn't take reservations, so expect long waits on the early side of Friday and Saturday nights.

Patsy's Pizza
New York

Patsy's Pizzeria

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Since it first opened in Harlem in 1933, Patsy's has turned into a bonafide pizza dynasty with outposts across New York. The Upper West Side location serves the signature big, cheesy pies and family-style Italian pastas in a walk-up storefront off Columbus Ave. The space is large, cozy, and feels quintessential New York with photos on the wall of famous customers. Patsy's is a big family destination, and it doesn't take reservations, so expect long waits on the early side of Friday and Saturday nights.

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