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Parm

Italian Restaurant

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Parm164
sandwiches • baked ziti • meatball parm • chicken

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  • Photo of Mia Rasmussen
    2 years ago
    Mozzarella Sticks :-)
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  • Photo of Citymaps
    2 years ago
    Episode 1: They get take out sandwiches to eat back at the house. However, the kids Dev is babysitting also make sandwiches... with peanut butter, lettuce, and ketchup. Dev has a hilarious moment of contemplation between the two, but then ultimately says, “I gotta be honest, that looks pretty disgusting, I’m gonna eat this one,” motioning to the Parm sandwiches. Naturally, plenty of Ansari's famous “mmmm”s ensue.
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  • Photo of Andrea Miller
    2 years ago
    Taza rec. has take out menu.
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  • Photo of Nantini Rauch
    2 years ago
    chicken parm on a roll, pizza rolls (simple + delicious)
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  • Photo of Nantini Rauch
    2 years ago
    parm sammy, pizza rolls
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  • Photo of Malia English
    2 years ago
    Chicken parm no doubt
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  • Photo of Quinton Ma
    3 years ago
    The Saratoga Club is one of my favorite in the city, too bad it's 14 bucks...
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  • Photo of Nantini Rauch
    3 years ago
    chicken parm on a roll, pizza rolls (simple + delicious)
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  • Photo of Nantini Rauch
    3 years ago
    parm sammy, pizza rolls
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  • Photo of Jeremy slatken
    3 years ago
    Great
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  • Photo of K Aa
    3 years ago
    Mozzarella sticks
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  • Photo of Citymaps NYC
    3 years ago
    This is a real throwback to the convenient, serious sandwich places that Italian-Americans have perfected in this great city. Get the Chicken Parm on a roll or a Saratoga Club for an ideal sandwich to grab and go.
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  • Photo of Refinery 29
    3 years ago
    "The spicy Italian sub at Parm, because it is delicious." - Kelly Bourdet, health and wellness editor
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  • Photo of Brian Boerman
    3 years ago
    Sandwich
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  • Photo of Sheikh Daniyal
    3 years ago
    One soup
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  • Photo of Samo Miller
    3 years ago
    Torrisi guys casual
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  • Photo of Nic Brown
    4 years ago
    Can't go wrong with eggplant or chicken parm. And don't miss the special Ice cream cake!
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  • Photo of jonesellen1217
    3 months ago
    We had dinner here with our son recently and were not impressed. The chicken parm was good, the pasta with it was spicy, but ok. However, our waitress was just flat out rude... Never had this experience before. Maybe she was just having an off night, not sure, but we will not return. There are too many other good restaurants in the city with better food, cheaper prices and nicer staff.
  • Photo of Jacqueline D
    3 months ago
    Great small chain of Italian-American restaurants. Only went to Upper West Side and only had the eggplant parmesan sandwich which was amazing. It did not feel or taste greasy though I realize oil was involved. My daugther loved her chicken parm. "Italian" french fries are decadent, exploding with sodium but delicious. Nice service and family friendly.
  • Photo of shues2415
    4 months ago
    Cute little lunch place on Mulberry Street. Great bites for lunch. Got the Chicken Parm platter with a salad. Very good!
  • Photo of ChristyMichelle16
    4 months ago
    I've been to Parm about a dozen times now, but have eaten only 3 things on the menu. The chicken parm, the turkey sandwich and the Sunday salad. Chicken parm is good...not the best I've ever had, but good. Get it on the hero or a platter...the roll is the wrong choice in my opinion. Too much bread and too sweet. The Sunday salad is the exact salad I ate at my grandmothers house every Sunday for family dinner...although you need to ask for it lightly dressed or it will be drowned. The house made turkey is awesome and is now the only thing I eat when I come here. It is THAT good.
  • Photo of ShaneSimon
    5 months ago
    I was quite excited to visit Parm after hearing rave reviews. At the end of the meal, however, I was left disappointed. We ordered the meatballs and arugula salad as appetizers, but they came out at the same time as our entrees. Four of us were seated at two tiny tables, so we barely had room to maneuver with all of the plates and glasses. The meatballs were lukewarm, but flavorful. The arugula salad was a generous serving and was nothing to write home about. I had the chicken parm platter with the accompaniment of spicy rotini. The chicken parm was simply average, there is no other way to describe it. The breading was on the heavier side, so it was a dense crust rather than a light, flaky crust. The spicy rotini pasta was good, and surprisingly spicy. Of note, the Sangiovese wine was actually very nice. Our waiter was friendly and attentive throughout the meal. All in all, if you're going here for chicken parm there are most definitely other places in NYC that will do it better. But if you're stopping in for a quick lunch or dinner, this is a decent bet.
  • Photo of florabama24
    5 months ago
    Had dinner here with three coworkers/friends. We all had the chicken parmesan and it was absolutely delicious.
  • Photo of NGW77
    7 months ago
    Went here on the basis of reviews and it was good. Struggled with menu but guy behind bar was very friendly and happy to explain. Opted for chicken parm and Italian fries. The chicken parm was nice I wouldn't say amazing but to be fair I don't really have a lot to compare it to. The Italian fries on the other hand were so tasty. Bit pricey for what you get but no more than anywhere else in NYC.
  • Photo of walker M
    7 months ago
    Small, delicious, real. If I say any more I will never get a seat in there next time. The meatballs - the perfect mix of veal, pork and beef with so fresh mozzarella slathered on top.
  • Photo of mbmoser
    8 months ago
    Found this place by accident while visiting Manhattan. The good was ok nothing special but the prices reflect that the food should be spectacular. The service was not great. The young lady that took our order disappeared and never returned. I asked another server for a water refill and she told me our server left. Kind of felt like we were forgotten. I'm sure there are better options
  • Photo of ttp620
    8 months ago
    Glad that a fried brought me here. Delicious. The simple menu will ensure that you get the good stuff. One good beer on draft and great cans too.
  • Photo of dmn1110
    10 months ago
    Part of the magic in visiting NYC is stumbling upon wonderful small local restaurants. We sat at the counter and ate delicious meatball sandwiches with a great cold beer. So much fun and delicious!
  • Photo of alistair_connor
    a year ago
    My wife and I hit Parm in NoLita after a visit to the 9/11 museum. It is a hip little spot on Mulberry Street with limited seating and menu. They have a selection of sandwiches in 3 sizes (think of them as small, medium, and large). We got a chicken parm and a meatball parm, each in the hero (medium) size. The chicken parm was mouthwatering and I ate every bite. The meatballs are made with a mix of veal and are a bit pink which made my wife nervous. They were tasty though and I ate some of what she didn't. The positives are that you can eat for less than $30 for 2 (without alcohol) and be filled. The negative is that if you aren't in the mood for an Italian sandwich you are probably out of luck here and there isn't much space.
  • Photo of melissa1233
    a year ago
    After trying, and failing, to find a good, Italian meal in NYC, we got lucky and found this gem the day we were flying back home. We were visiting a local bar, who didn't serve food, and we needed something! so we googled restaurants nearby, and this came up as highly rated. We sat at the bar, and the bartender was kind enough to turn the Packer game on for us. The staff was very friendly. I got the meatball hero, and my husband got the chicken parm hero. These sandwiches are HUGE, for a big appetite; Now you are warned :) I got a Manhattan to drink, and the bartender made a really good one - way better than you'd expect from a diner. Pricing was a bit high, but worth it. This was hands down the best meal we had in NYC. We find ourselves talking about it now and again still, so it left a lasting impression. We know one of our first stops next time we're in NYC. YUM!
  • Photo of Oren S
    a year ago
    We got there through a local recommendation, and the overall experience was nice. The chicken parm and meatball hero were great though a bit pricey.
  • Photo of Spam75
    a year ago
    Went here for some lunch with the family on a recent trip, the food is average, overpriced and bland. I wouldn't recommend this place, chick parm was chewy, poor quality meat used, try other deli's with better selection
  • Photo of Azulica
    a year ago
    This is the typical Italian restaurant for those who want a quick meal where at Zabar they can buy it for much less. The calamari were good....my pasta with Bolognese sauce had nothing spectacular on it....the ribs were fat and undercooked....and whatever else the rest had was nothing to write home about it. The server arrived with a second order of calamari which we had not ordered and sent back. I always ask for Gnocchi, when it isn't in the menu I wonder about the restaurant. And when some restaurants have it, the very fine ones have it made at home, the others buy their Gnocchi at Restaurant Depot. Anyway, I guess anybody can operate an mediocre Italian restaurant.... Best,
  • Photo of X375IEelizabethg
    Ordered a large number of sandwiches for a work function. They were all DELICIOUS, especially the bread.
  • Photo of misopiso88
    a year ago
    Anytime we want to get lunch to-go for everyone in our office, we always end up ordering from Parm. Sandwiches are DELISH and easy to cut up and share. Eggplant Parm is terrific and so is the Cutlet. Try both!
  • Photo of Cregan8256
    a year ago
    This is not fine dining. It's like a diner. Stop here for a sub sandwich or for some Chicken Parm. The Chicken Parm is fantastic. The restaurant is super small, paper napkins, no table cloths. We did dinner here, I think it's more suitable for lunch. The food was great, the service was as expected and ambiance was diner-style. We were able to order a bottle of wine and the salad was good. Again, great spot for lunch. Would have chosen other places on Mulberry for diner dining.
  • Photo of Christina D
    a year ago
    Loved the chicken parm!!! Flavor was great. Liked the atmosphere and happy with the service. Very wuick from order to food on table. Thought the cost was excessive for what you got, if a salad was included at this price, I would have given 5 stars

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