Just got back from Miami and my New York seasonal depression officially ended after eating this pizza. The crust was thin; even thinner than the slice that Portnoy appeared to have. Additionally, the sauce was terrific. The only two things keeping this out of the nine-range are that the pie could have used a little more sauce, and the mozzarella could have used a slight flavor enhancement. All in all, I was pleasantly surprised. ***Bonus Reviews*** The meatball is an 8.8 and the pasta fagioli is a 9.1.
alk616954/5/22, 7:19 p.m.
Probably would be higher if it was fresh out the oven but still good.
chicitywoj3/19/22, 1:19 p.m.
Sauce was good. A little heavy on the basil. No flop good crust good consistency. Solid slice
carmg10/9/21, 1:46 a.m.
Regular is 13$ and better than the margarita! Cheese is awesome and dough is excellent
dimeblader8/15/21, 7:28 p.m.
Love the taste. Great sauce and cheese…and one of the best crusts ever! A little flop…but it was just a slice, not a whole pie. Patsy’s rocks!
danny.miller117/31/21, 6:16 p.m.
I love their sauce & burned flavor. Thin. Crisp. Light. Love it, a must have.
seanbrady6/22/21, 12:50 a.m.
Great pizza, delicious right out of the oven. Good sauce and perfect thin crust.
kevin.price6/9/21, 11:54 p.m.
Back at patsys again and man even better this well done pie checks all the boxes. The char from the coal fire oven was one of if not the best I’ve ever had to date. Cheese pull and taste unreal with a sauce that’s bursting with flavor perfect ratio as well and all three phases of the pie being the perfect combo. Classic
sha4204/20/21, 6:53 p.m.
Patsy's 7 Nothing Special..... Not to add the asshole serving the customers. I asked him in spanish what types of pies they have like Margherita etc., he stays silent, i repeat he stays quiet, i ask if he understands, he responds they are not coal, what do you want in spanish not even looking at me in my face just staring off as if high, he repeats his que tu quieres mantra, and by now the guys in the back are poking heads out to see what's going on, I then say in spanish, what service!, and instead of getting a pie I just bought 1 slice. Walking away this herb then starts singing in spanish, keep them over there, don't bring them over here........ And that was my first original Patsy's visit on 118th and 1st. Maybe a 7.2 if it was a hot slice.
jtm27274/12/21, 9:45 p.m.
The original New York slice - of the original four coal oven joints (Lombardi’s, John’s Bleecker, Totonno’s, Patsy’s), this is the only one that sells slices and is the most traditionally “New York” of the four. Only $2 each, no toppings for individual slices. Chewy coal-fired crust. Cheese tangy but not overwhelming, great crust/sauce. My score might have a slight bias because of the location’s rich history, but a must-visit for any pizza fan. Make sure to eat it quickly, as it does not travel particularly well from my experience.
nando.garcia13/13/21, 11:02 a.m.
Solid pizza thing, firm crispy. Not greasy not too much cheese. Would of been higher if I got a full fresh pie well done. Still great my kind of slice. Nice too see they get good fast business during covid. Would love to try toppings had some really good slices with toppings at their Chelsea location.
tour_de_pizza3/3/21, 2:39 a.m.
Highlight is the sauce. Incredible tang. Cool combination of paper thin under carriage, unique sauce, and a flaky crust. Super light. A must try of NY slices. That’s the review, Franky