Tuesday, October 14, 2008
We went to one of our favorite eating haunts in all of New York Sunday for pizza. It's called Patsy's. We know there are a few about town with the same name (must be a license agreement), but the original is the only one to visit, and it's been around since 1932, pumping out incredible pies from its coal burning oven. That's right..pizza-making since the Great Depression.
Treat yourself to a few pies with some friends. We like to put just one or two items on the pies, which come with this incredible tomato sauce and mozzarella topping. We love sausage on one pie, ricotta on the other, along with a healthy topping of garlic to boot. Patsy's has the thinnest, softest, crispiest crust we have ever tasted. Imagine a crispy pizza crepe. It's located on 1st ave, at 117th street, East Harlem. Take the 6 train to 116th, and walk east. You won't be sorry.
Posted by The Farm at 2:02 PM