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Patsel's owners Pat and John Atkins  - the ultimate hosts and the imagination behind every detail of Patsel's. They created a truly one-of-a-kind whimsical restaurant that made people smile whenever they thought of it. John never ran out of fascinating tales of international adventures. Damned good food too.  Oh, the desserts!!! And the parties!  Our favorite restaurant of all we've been to. Who would have thought my 4th grade friend and neighbor could create such a wonder.  A forever…

Patsel's owners Pat and John Atkins - the ultimate hosts and the imagination behind every detail of Patsel's. They created a truly one-of-a-kind whimsical restaurant that made people smile whenever they thought of it. John never ran out of fascinating tales of international adventures. Damned good food too. Oh, the desserts!!! And the parties! Our favorite restaurant of all we've been to. Who would have thought my 4th grade friend and neighbor could create such a wonder. A forever…

Pat and John Atkins opened Patsel's doors on August 31, 1999 and they closed them fifteen years to the day later on August 31, 2014.  Patsel’s (pronounced PAT sels) was a nickname that Pat’s grandfather used for her. “I couldn’t just call it Pat’s. It would sound like somebody’s bar.” Their only restaurant experience was eating in the world's fine restaurants but they earned 4 Diamonds from AAA and Wine Spectator awards.

Pat and John Atkins opened Patsel's doors on August 31, 1999 and they closed them fifteen years to the day later on August 31, 2014. Patsel’s (pronounced PAT sels) was a nickname that Pat’s grandfather used for her. “I couldn’t just call it Pat’s. It would sound like somebody’s bar.” Their only restaurant experience was eating in the world's fine restaurants but they earned 4 Diamonds from AAA and Wine Spectator awards.

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