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In the 1800’s a Cookshop was a private home where cooks served simply prepared food. It welcomed guests into an environment where the menu was prepared using the product available to the chef, often nurtured on their own land. Chef Marc Meyer together with owners Vicki Freeman, and Chris Paraskevaides, honor the relationship between the vitality of a restaurant and the viability of the earth’s offerings. At the heart and soul of this restaurant lies the owners’ commitment to bringing an honest, seasonal dining option to New York City.
I go here at least 3 times a week - they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and a boozy brunch on the weekends. Be sure to make a reservation for brunch though as the wait piles up.
It’s a neighborhood staple that’s good for a lot of situations. Dinner with parents, lunch with your boss, brunch with friends - you can do all of that here.
Great place right up the street on the corner of 20th Street and 10th Avenue.
When browsing in Chelsea for the art galleries, its a great spot to have a lunch, brunch, dinner or drinks. Food is great !
PERFECT FOR DINNER. Never disappoints. The service is always good, the staff are courteous. The food is always well-made, exactly as ordered and the ambiance is always vibrant, filled with people and laughter. Healthy, Vegan and Vegetarian options are also available. My Favorites: - Complimentary…
“Love this restaurant, one of my favorites in the neighborhood. A little more expensive than most others in the neighborhood but great for a nice meal.”
“Store selling New York-style bagels offered with an array of spreads plus an all-day deli menu.”
“Mid-century modern decor, great menu (OMG the meatloaf), hip Chelsea crowd. Happening!”
“One of my favorite bakeries - sticks to the traditional nostalgic flavors. I love their Banana Pudding and Banana Cake, along with seasonal items like a Pumpkin Whoopie Pie.”