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519 Hudson St (at W 10th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 633-1133
Southern / Soul, Tex-Mex
$ $
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Fri: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sat: 10:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

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  • It's like they transported a Western Dad's basement from the late 70's to NYC on an Airstream. Hard to find a friendlier place to drink. Ben T., Creative
  • The pulled pork sandwiches are cheap and delicious, and the margaritas are a tad pricey but strong.
  • Best frozen margaritas I've ever had in my entire life. Not overly sweet. Made with real fruit.
  • I don't get why they have mannequins in the window. Always thought this was a clothing store
  • frozen margaritas. snoochies.
  • Go for the half prize frozen margaritas between 4-6pm happy hour - theyre the best!
  • You havent lived until youve had the Frito Pie! We also enjoy the good strong drinks, the friendly service and the Chicken Fried Steak. One of our favorite themed restaurants in NYC.
  • The mac & cheese tastes just like moms home cooking. Cowgirl has the best comfort food you'll find in all of NYC
  • Blood orange margarita. With fresh blood oranges. Yum.
  • They have corndogs and ginormous glasses of fresh-squeezed lemonade, what more can you ask for?
  • Rattlesnake Bites. Enough said.
  • Cowgirl's chicken fried steak is exemplary in every way-it's something of a culinary miracle. Underneath is a mound of mashed potatoes, which is the proper accompaniment
  • Great brunch in the Village.
  • The #1 dessert for kids is the Ice Cream Baked Potato--an ice cream sundae that looks like the real thing, with all the fixins. Powered by
  • Chicken Fried Chicken or Chicken Fried Steak are excellent - some of the best Collard Greens around - Frito Pie is Awesome
  • The pulled pork nachos are amazing:)
  • Can't go wrong with brunch here. Side of cheese grits and a biscuit are delish.
  • Go for the chicken fried steak
  • Jargaritas. Jargs. Margaritas in a jar. You can call it what you want, but you have to order one. I say, try the prickly pear! It's lightly sweet and tangy.