If you like Frank Sinatra, you'll love our Forbes Travel Guide Four Star award-winning tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes. Sinatra, inside Encore, showcases Chef Theo Schoenegger's modern twist on classic Italian cooking, including many of Frank's personal favorites that Chef Schoenegger prepared for him, like spaghetti and clams, or ossobuco.
Patsy's Italian Restaurant is one of the greatest attractions in New York City's theater district. Known as Frank Sinatra’s favorite eatery this is an old school Italian restaurant that takes you back to dining out in the 60s. The spaghetti and meatballs is to die for, and for dessert, order the ricotta torte; it was Frank’s favorite!
Da Marino - 220 West 49th Street Big takes Carrie out to dinner at this intimate Italian eatery and she learns that not only is he a regular customer, but he frequently gets up to sing with the house band too, serenading her with Frank Sinatra’s “It Was a Very Good Year.” Actor Chris Noth is also a real-life fixture at the restaurant.
If you're a #Sinatra fan, #Vegas has a cool way for you to celebrate his upcoming 100th birthday. Eat at the Golden Steer steakhouse where the Rat Pack used to hang out and enjoy the same dishes and cocktails that Frank used to order. This is Sinatra's dedicated booth, Booth 22, at the restaurant. We'll raise a glass of Jack Daniels to that!