American, Breakfast, Lounge
$ $ $
156 7th Ave (btwn W 19th & W 20th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 337-8000
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 12:00am
11:00am - 12:00am
10:00am - 12:00am
10:00am - 12:00am



  • I love having drinks here. It's the in & now place for Manhattan gay night life. A mix of young & old come from far & wide to enjoy great food, fun, & awesome cocktails! -Austin, The A-List: New York
  • Fried chicken!!!
  • The servers are hot hot and not. But go anyway, two out if three is so worth the tip.
  • Watermelon Salad and Truffle French Fries are a must!
  • Bloody Mary. Do it.
  • The truffled fries are to die for
  • Long past its prime in terms of overall hotness, but weekend brunch is still a worthwhile neighborhood scene for old schoolers. [BlackBook]
  • The (slightly) less pretentious and overpriced alternative locals hit instead of Cafeteria. Bigger tables for parties and more room for socializing and showing off ensure its continued popularity.
  • the pomegranate margarita is life
  • Have the blood orange cosmo
  • Gay, gay, gay. Coming to Elmo is a throwback to another era (early 2000s) and I love it for that reason alone - not many places left like this in the city. Ok food, great cocktails, fun atmosphere.
  • Loved this spot for lunch and brunch. The watermelon martini and bellini's are great!
  • Bacon and mushroom Mac 'n' cheese. Oh. My. God! So good! Great Manhattans. Sit outside for excellent people-watching.
  • Fun atmosphere and an easy, safe menu. Try the Mac and Cheese appetizer (with bacon and mushrooms, if you dare) and you won't go wrong!
  • Try the 4 Cheese Macaroni And Cheese - Absolutely Fantastic! Delicious!
  • Good food, nice ambiance, SUPER attractive waiters
  • amei o lugar
  • do yourself a favor and get the Basil Lemonade - delicious and dangerous.
  • Ask for Bert.
  • Really good place for Sunday brunch and cocktails!!!

Nearby places

37 W 20th St (btwn 5th Ave & Avenue of the Americas)
275 W 22nd St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave)
167 8th Ave (btwn W 18th & W 19th St)