Loring Place

Row 1

21 W 8th St
New York, NY 10011
(212) 388-1831
$ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–10:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • this place has amazing crudo! all their small plates are fun and full of flavor! try the pasta too!
  • most amazing broccoli Ive had, grandma pizza is a surprise hit and cant go wrong w. the burger
  • Brunch: squash fries, pizzas, egg waffle. Tots and burger were skippable imo
  • Butternut Squash ravioli w Goat cheese special was unique textures around it was delicious Ribs were super tender but a bit salty for me.
  • Inconsistent service but high quality, vegetable-forward food. Great for impressing ppl
  • crunchy zucchini fries with lemon-parmesan dressing
  • Broccoli plate has a delish citrus glaze
  • Try the meaty calzone.
  • Tomato and olive biscuit incredible. Great cold brew doesnt even need milk. Cinnamon pistachio roll given on the house - incredible. Best brunch spot!!
  • Chef is from ABC kitchen
  • This place is amazing! Got the toad in a hole and shared the strawberry salad and bacon. Brady had the scrambled eggs which were heavy and cheezy. His pink jasmine iced tea was good!
  • Went for a company outing and all of the food, from the appetizers to the desserts were great.
  • Been here several times for both lunch and dinner and it's amazing every time!! I wish I could eat here every night!
  • The focus on healthy, delicious vegetables as the hero of the meal is refreshing and it works. Stars of the starters include the baked ricotta with ramps and the broccoli salad.
  • The pizza. The special. It had everything: its called Ramp. Farking delicious
  • Everything is amazing! Best food in a long time. I recommend the beet salad and ricotta cavatelli.
  • Loring Place has been a covetable reservation since opening. With brunch specials like duck confit hash, and menu mainstays like asparagus fries and a crispy oyster omelette, it's no wonder why.
  • Great food, great service - perfect for lunch!
  • Farking delicious
  • Signature cocktails were epic as were appetizers.