The Collida family opened the original Piccadilly at Manhattan in the 1920s. Nick and Maggie Collida undertook a major renovation and reopened it in late 2007. The neighborhood spirit remains, friendly and familial, and the food is fun. The fried chicken is very good, and the burger might steal the show: a fat patty (or two), beautifully charred, thicker at the center than around the edges. If barbecue is available, splurge on a half or even a whole slab of meaty baby-back ribs.

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The Collida family opened the original Piccadilly at Manhattan in the 1920s. Nick and Maggie Collida undertook a major renovation and reopened it in late 2007. The neighborhood spirit remains, friendly and familial, and the food is fun. The fried chicken is very good, and the burger might steal the show: a fat patty (or two), beautifully charred, thicker at the center than around the edges. If barbecue is available, splurge on a half or even a whole slab of meaty baby-back ribs.

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Price: $,$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Street


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual

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