Astoria, Featured, Food and Drink, Pizza, Restaurants Jul 19, 2016 PS Pizza Is Now PS Italian Bistro Have you noticed the changes at PS Italian Bistro, formerly PS Pizza? Since the WHA team enjoyed an awesome pizza dinner there a few months ago pre-makeover, we were very interested (…) Share this Scoop by Lindsay Goyette total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Have you noticed the changes at PS Italian Bistro, formerly PS Pizza? Since the WHA team enjoyed an awesome pizza dinner there a few months ago pre-makeover, we were very interested (…) by Lindsay Goyette Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Tulum-Influenced Las Catrinas Mexican Restaurant To Open on (...) Have you noticed the changes at PS Italian Bistro, formerly PS Pizza? Since the WHA team enjoyed an awesome pizza dinner there a few months ago pre-makeover, we were very interested to check out what’s new. The headline: new hours and new menu items. They’ll now be open for lunch, from 11am-4pm Monday-Friday. In addition to offering new dishes on the menu, they’re also switching up the pizzas a little bit, creating a thicker crust and using thicker, “cheesier” mozzarella. Some new starters worth highlighting: Bruschetta, Calamari, Caesar Salad, and Caprese Salad. New main dishes include a Lamb Burger (sign me up!), Penne Alla Vodka, Cheese Tortellini, and Chicken Franchese. PS is welcoming a new chef and a new pizza chef, and is offering new sizes for the pizzas. For lunch, you’ll be able to order 10′ pies, while for dinner you’ll have options for both 12′ and 14′. Also, the newest addition to the ‘za menu is a Chicken Parmesan pizza, which sounds fantastic. They’ve also created a new lineup of desserts that you’ll hopefully leave room for on your next visit! What do you think? Are you excited to try the new menu? Post Scriptum Italian Bistro (32-02 Broadway, Astoria) | (718) 685-2764 psastoria.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Facebook Email Print pizzaPS Italian Bistro About Lindsay Goyette Lindsay has been eating and drinking her way through Queens since 2011. A casting director by day and Astoria explorer by night, you can usually find her checking out live music, theatre, or the newest neighborhood spot to enjoy a craft beer. Related scoops Tulum-Influenced Las Catrinas Mexican Restaurant To Open on (...) 9 Comments Kevin J. Connolly December 23rd, 2016 They are not open for lunch. Maybe this predicts their closure, which would be good since their ideas of food and service are way out of synch with humanity’s lowest standards. Reply JD Yee August 19th, 2016 We have enough italian places…. I miss Euro Delight… we need a good crepe place in Astoria… Omonia just doesn’t cut it. Reply dava July 19th, 2016 I’ve had a lot of different things here. Absolutely love this place, it’s affordable and delicious, a deal in the neighborhood, although I’m more partial the thin crust and will continue asking for it off the menu. Reply Pax July 19th, 2016 Nope, this is just another place trying to cash in on the Astoria thing without bringing the goods to stand out. I’m ready for this place to close down to make room for something novel and exceptional. Hurry up and stop going here. :) Reply Beth July 19th, 2016 Chicken Franchise? I thought that was a few blocks down! As far as the Cesar Salad goes, hope Cesar is the name of the chef :) Reply Wynne July 19th, 2016 Oh dear – it’s Chicken Francaise (or Francese). Reply Beth July 20th, 2016 Haha I had gotten that but apparently the PS Pizza/Bistro/Identity Crisis folks haven’t yet. That being said I ate there last fall and the service was charming. Reply M July 21st, 2016 also, bruschetta, not brushetta hope their Italian spelling is not indicative of their Italian cooking…could use a new comfort food (pasta, not 80lbs of burgers and bbq) now that Brick is gone. Been there twice and only had pizza which was OK, wine/drink selection could’ve used an upgrade Reply Beth July 22nd, 2016 For good Italian in the area, check out Portalia a few blocks down and across the street. Elegant, casual setting, excellent food, family owned and operated in celebration of combined Italian and Portuguese family roots. On the other hand, PS is good for a beer and a snack and people watching from their great window counter during happy hour. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.