Frank Sinatra's Spirit Lives on at Famous New York Eatery

Dec 16, 2013 526

Though he's been gone for 15 years, Frank Sinatra's spirit lives on at Patsy's, the restaurant he considered his home away from home. The Hoboken born blue-eyed crooner put Patsy's Italian Restaurant on the map as one of his favorite places to dine, where he was frequently found upstairs in a curtained-off alcove enjoying one of his favorite dishes: Clams Posillipo, Veal Milanese, or Fusilli with Fileto di Pomodoro, and for dessert, a rich Ricotta Torte.

Patsy's gained Sinatra's loyalty in the 1950s over one bleak Thanksgiving holiday, when Sinatra was down on his luck.

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