Cookshop

Row 1

Details
156 10th Ave (btwn W 19th St & W 20th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 924-4440
American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 7:30 AM–11:30 PM Sat: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–10:00 PM

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  • Leave your name for a table and take a stroll on the Highline as you wait to be called. Great ambiance, good service and fresh ingredients combine for an excellent brunch or lunch spot.
  • Honestly, I have to steal the words of Immaculate Infatuation, "[it's] so good that you'll want to take your leftovers home and bury them in a time capsule." Best brunch in a long time!
  • A casual neighborhood favorite with deservedly long waits for brunch. Good cocktails accompany the New American menu.
  • An easy choice as our "Best Deviled Eggs." Using organic NY state brown chicken eggs, yolks are mixed with smoked paprika and lemon, then garnished with a curl of American grey bottarga and chives.
  • my fav caloric splurge here, cookies and milk. yum
  • This is hands down my favorite restaurant on the west side. The menu changes regularly with seasonal ingredients. Check out the salads & highly recommend the chicken or any of their fish dishes. Like.
  • By far the best huevos rancheros in town!
  • The Bermuda BRIANgle is the best thing ever. Tell him what you like and he'll make MAGIC happen. He makes the drinks here phenomenal. I love the blood orange mojito. Find your inSPIRITation.
  • This casual West Chelsea restaurant serves a Greenmarket-based menu stacked with appealing snacks and small plates. Try the pumpkin chanterelle cornbread pudding.
  • The duck leg confit is sublime - can't go wrong with that and a bottle of Abita Lemon Wheat
  • Try the Squash Blossom Quesadilla - With mushroom and cheese -Delicious
  • Try the Beignets - With a lemon custard - so so good
  • You can drink on the benches outside while you wait for a table! Recommended summer activity.
  • Huevos Rancheros. Do it. Do it.
  • The November menu is super odd. Skip the Rabbit Stirrup and the Duck Breast... Not a fan.
  • Their bloody mary is the best in town. I love their brunch, and almost their post-brunch menu even better (oysters and lolla rossa salad), sitting outside with our dogs in the afternoon sun.
  • Sat in the pet-friendly outdoor patio of Cookshop and ordered the shakshuka, a Tunisian dish made of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, often spiced with cumin.
  • Do yourself a favor and get the Cinnamon Apple Beignets (also the biscuits with jam and bacon are a must).
  • Mimosas on the house! Thanks David (**best waiter)!
  • I came here for brunch and tried Sheep's Milk Ricotta & the French Toast- both super good! Also while you're here, get yourself a brunchtime cocktail...they're known for their bloody marys.