156 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10011Neighborhood:
AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.cookshopny.com/
- Phone: (212) 924-4440
- Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 10:30am-4:00pm
Breakfast: Monday - Friday 8:00am-11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30pm-4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday 5:30pm-11:30pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American
- Executive Chef: Marc Meyer
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Contact: Chris Paraskevaides 2129244440
- Cross Street: Corner of 10th Ave and 20th Street
- Public Transit: Both the A, C, E, or L at 14th street/8th avenue or the C, & E at 23rd Street. Also the 1 train is located at 18th street and 7th avenue.
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: Parking available in street after 7pm and/or private/public lots across the street on 10th Ave & 20th St.
A word from Cookshop
Cookshop presents the ideal combination of great American food, prepared by Chef Marc Meyer, warm hospitality and meaningful design to west Chelsea. At the heart and soul of Cookshop lies the owners’ commitment to bringing an honest seasonal dining option to New York City coupled with an exceptional beverage program.Continued
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Cookshop reviews from OpenTable diners
430 reviews since July 29, 2014
- Ambiance4.1Noise LevelEnergetic
fit for foodies (283)neighborhood gem (241)great for brunch (183)great for lunch (144)great for outdoor dining (142)hot spot (135)good for groups (117)special occasion (90)romantic (54)notable wine list (49)vibrant bar scene (44)kid-friendly (34)late-night find (26)scenic view (9)Show More
- Very Good Second ExperienceOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 11/23/2014Food: Very good. Highlights were the arctic char, which had a delicious caulifower puree and nice heat from the chiles, and the mezze (esp. the rabe and cabbage). The porcini broth was very good, but could have really shone if it were a bit less salty. Great selection for veg/pescetarians. Beverage: Good. Nice to see some eclectic wines offered by the glass. However, I did not care for the "Newly-Fashioned" cocktail. It was very smooth, but the flavors (vanilla, mole, maple syrup) were nearly undetectable. Service: Excellent. Server was very competent, conscientious and thorough, and offered good recommendations. Staff was accommodating and did not rush us even though two in our party of four arrived late and we were leisurely diners. Ambiance: The atmosphere was not formal, but still grown-up. Good for our group (late 20s). Can get a little crowded. This was my second time at Cookshop. The first time was similarly very good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- 50th Anniversary BrunchFoodieManDined on 11/23/2014My wife and I had celebrated our 50th anniversary weekend in Manhattan and had Sunday brunch at Cookshop. They went all out for us. They acknowledged us when we arrived, gave us a corner booth immediately that they said they were holding for us (even though there was a line out the door), served us champagne after we were seated and brought us dessert at the end of our meal. They could not have been nicer or more attentive. They made our time there really special.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful Find Near the High LineOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 11/21/2014Loved the seasonal decor and general ambiance of the restaurant, friendly welcome and attentive service. Everyone enjoyed their meals--the pumpkin gnocchi starter was wonderful, herb focaccia and whole grain breads delicious, the Amish chicken excellent. We will definitely be back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The food is exquisite - the kitchen is vibrant!JerseyCityNancyDined on 11/20/2014I ate at Cookshop twice over the last 2 weeks and each experience was outstanding. The cuisine is inventive and distinctive. The texture and presentation were pleasing to the eye and the palate. The spaghetti squash with the hazelnut cream was amazing, as was the porcini mushroom broth with a poached egg swimming in the bowl. The deviled eggs were unique and delicious. The steak and the chicken dishes were wonderful. The red wine cabbage was the best I've had. We tried most of the desserts and each one was as good as the next - especially the combination with gelato. The service was beyond outstanding. We got to meet Chef Andrew Corrigan who was charming and attentive.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Better brunch spots out theremooneydtDined on 11/16/2014My boyfriend and I went here for a late morning brunch. I had made a reservation weeks in advance and after a 5 min wait we were seated at our cosy table by a friendly waiter. Unfortunately there was no eggs benedict on the menu so we both choose the baked eggs with pancetta which comes with raisin toast. You know when you regret your order the second the plate lands on your table? Well this is exactly what happend. Three eggs baked in a large skillet with very strong fatty pancetta meant that there was thin layer of eggs that were overcooked. The raisin toast was an odd pairing and wasn't a good bread to mop up eggs with. Despite our poor choice my boyfriend ordered a side of potato hash which were excellent. I also ordered the biscuit and jam which was warm and fluffy on the inside with a crunch on the outside. Straight black coffee was good aswell but if they got that wrong I'd be worried. Our table neighbours had pancakes and poached eggs...immediate food envy. All in all, it's a nice restaurant, the decor and atmosphere are lovely. The food was good but not worth all the hype I've been reading about. If you go just don't order the baked eggs!!!
- Always fabulousWsncVIPDined on 11/15/2014Always fabulous always prompt always good food. Stop here every time am in the city, which is often. Great late night venueSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Dinner - So much hypeDCFoodieDined on 11/15/2014But I was sadly let down by the food and how much it cost. High expectations pretty dashed.Special Features:
- Perfect DateStaretDined on 11/14/2014Chicken and duck were full of flavor and cooked to perfection. Veggie appetizers and sides were also super flavorful - sunchoke mash is super good. Pumpkin monkey-bread for dessert was incredible.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Lunch by the High LineBarbKVIPDined on 11/14/2014Fri lunch was perfect. Glad we had reservations. Mushroom soup was creamy with slivers of shallots. Paired it with a simple fresh green salad. Husband had the tuna patty melt. Delicious addition of olives. We r going to attempt this at home. A few glasses of wine and beer. Our server was exceptional. A short one block walk from the Chelsea market. Worth getting out of the crowded market for a fantastic lunch. We will be back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Casual and fun atmosphereAthenaDined on 11/10/2014Service was very solicitous and friendly. Price was a tad high for two cocktails, a main and a side order of Mezze, and one dessert shared by two. Quality of good was very decent...not amazing but very solid.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Chelsea delightOpenTable Diner Since 2012VIPDined on 11/10/2014The Cookshop is cozy, comfortable and full of great dining options. If you're feeling like a healthy green juice for brunch or splurging on pumpkin pancakes, this restaurant accomodates all cravings on one menu. The vibe is quaint and relaxed and the service is friendly but not over the top. No wonder there was an hour and a half wait for Sunday brunch - the Cookshop rocks!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Brunch time in NY, Go to CookshopSwifoodyDined on 11/9/2014If you fancy a nice, tasty and boozy brunch in NY just go to the Cookshop. They have several nice variations of the mythic Bloody Mary. But don't forget to book your table. We have been there on a Sunday morning and it was crowded.Special Features:
- ljctljctDined on 11/8/2014hectic but a delightful spot for a delicious brunchSpecial Features:
- Always a great mealJasonVIPDined on 11/7/2014As usual the drinks and food were great and the staff is always extremely nice. The oysters were very fresh. The only thing is I wish the duck breast had some kind of fruit component to it. Something a little sweet. Fyi the bourbon sundae is to die for.Special Features:
- An excellent time at CookshopEndofprintVIPDined on 11/7/2014I had made a reservation for two on a Friday night a couple weeks in advance for a special occasion. My date was 15 minutes late, which caused our table to be delayed. However, to out diorite and delight the floor manager greeted both my date and I with some bubbly and apologized for the seating delay. Once seated, we ordered our meal and a bottle of wine. The staff was cordial, knowledgeable, and attentive. We were again suprised and delighted when the floor manager brought to the table a couple delicious small plates on the house and again apologized for the minor seating delay. Wow! Needless to say my date and I had a lovely time together. We felt special and the meal was superb. I would book another reservation again.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- I love Cookshop, but...CarolDined on 11/5/2014I made some unfortunate choices this time. I LOVE the deviled eggs (I always do), but I followed up with two additional appetizers, neither of which I thought was up to Cookshop's usual level of excellence. Our server explained that the "steamers" were out of the shell and what a romesco sauce is and i decided to give the dish a try. The bread and sauce were good, but it would have been nice to have a couple more clams and not have sauce overwhelm the clams that were there. The gnocchi were so mushy that I couldn't eat them. I must that all my dinner companions were blissfully happy with their choices (salads, lamb & fish.) And I'll certainly be back... repeatedly, I'm sure.Special Features:
- ExcellentHeatherGDined on 11/5/2014Dinner was delicious and the service was great. I took clients out and they really enjoyed it.I would recommend this to a friend.
- AndieVIPDined on 11/1/2014Wine somm was great in helping pick out a great wine for us, food was delicious.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Vibrant SceneOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 11/1/2014Cookshop offers outstanding service in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Our waiter was helpful in recommending his favorite dishes and never rushed my out of town guests. We will return.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- fantastical!jrb35Dined on 11/1/2014it is so good, i need to make up a word for it. amazing options as always (including good vegetarian options). super delicious special cocktails and mocktails. our server was lovely. everything was perfect!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- So Much FunOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 11/1/2014It clearly is a happening place and you immediately realize why - it's an amazing place great food cool vibe. A must!Special Features:
- MarlenedcVIPDined on 10/31/2014Perfect stop after the high line or galleries. Clean food prepared artfully. I had the shrimp salad and my friend had the tuna melt, both of us cleaned our plates. Waiters and waitresses dressed for Halloween, a lot of fun.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Tourists OnlyBlueCatDined on 10/30/2014This restaurant is typical of ones that have sprung up near tourist destinations, in this case the High Line. The kindest thing you can say about the food is that it's pedestrian. Visitors to our city apparently will eat anything and Cookshop on Tenth capitalizes on that! The service was polite and efficient, but I would have traded all that Midwestern niceness for just a little tasty food.
- Hope2helpDined on 10/30/2014Still one of my favorite spots in the city. I was disappointed this trip upon ordering a very uninspired and dry steak sandwich on dry bread as well as a stale but beautifully presented pumpkin monkey bread. Fortunately my guest found the rigatoni to be delicious. It would also be nice if they could offer more lighter priced wines by the glass (at least at lunch-$63 for two 1 1/2 glasses of wine after tax and tip).Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- LacklusterGlobalFoodieCookDined on 10/26/2014The meatloaf was tasty, but nothing to rave about. The semolina rigatoni was extremely salty and too spicy, and I love spicy food (Thai, Chinese, Mexican). The flavors in this one were not well balanced. The waiter was nice, the bread plentiful, the room cozy and fall-themed; but seemed to lack the vitality expected of farm-to-table ambassadors. It was an enjoyable evening with a couple of friends, but not as a result of the food. Perhaps my expectations were too high. I have no reason to return.Special Features:
- oh waitress where are you?lynstarDined on 10/26/2014Wonderful fresh food overshadowed by poorly trained, come today/come tomorrow wait staff. Not fun to have to constantly wave down a waitress every two minutes. also she knew nothing about the wine list or any of the day's specials. if you don't mind bad service, then pay a visit. as stated the food is very well prepared but the tension during the meal caused by unprofessional service was not conducive to a relaxed meal.Special Features:
- Good brunchEpicuriousDined on 10/26/2014The menu is great for an american brunch and the food was great with a twist. The problem we had was that the food arrived on the cold side even the coffee. :(Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great FlavorsCondesaVIPDined on 10/25/2014We had dinner at Cookshop last week. I had a really flovorful salad and perfectly cooked fish. The noise level was a little louder than us old fogies like but we were reseated against a wall which cut down on some of the noise. The restaurant was nicely decorated for autumn. the service was kind and attentive, but not hovering. We will definately be back.Special Features:
- MorkVIPDined on 10/24/2014A bustling environment, outstanding and innovative cuisine, friendly and helpful service...and despite the noise you actually can engage in a conversation. a place to return to....again and againSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- TiffanyTiffanyWVIPDined on 10/23/2014We discovered this place after we won a gift card from a raffle at our daughters school. We felt so great eating there and giving back to to the restaurant. Thanking them for their support to LAB HS. We were treated so great it being my husbands birthday and all. Would recommend this place in a minuteSpecial Features:
- Love it.VC93003VIPDined on 10/22/2014Come here every year now. Our favorite brunch place. Great find that keeps giving back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Brunch in CookshopCarrozziniDined on 10/19/2014Been there with my wife after à wonderfull walk on the skyline and a visit at Chelsea Market. Perfect place to brunch but make a reservation otherwise waiting can be long !Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Birthday dinnerDisappointed2014VIPDined on 10/18/2014Fun cocktails, good food. A little too noisy. Great fresh raspberry mojito.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lovely eveningfoodiesVIPDined on 10/18/2014Wow. Let me say it again, Wow. The food was really good. Love the ambiance of the place. The front desk was very friendly and made us feel welcoming. Our table service was very attentive throughout the night. The table is a bit small sized and closely placed with each other, elbow to elbow feel, and this is speaking from a petite person.
- Very good all aroundwannabefoodieDined on 10/17/2014Service and ambiance were outstanding. The food, while very good, was over salted.
- LunchSwissyDined on 10/16/2014The food was excellent, the staff very friendly and competent. We had a good time.I can recommend this restaurantSpecial Features:
- Lively Neighborhood Chelsea SpotRhinoxDined on 10/15/2014One of the best lunch spots in the area. Lively and unpretentious fare that remains light but hearty. Great French Fries are worth it alone!Special Features:
- Always greatLOOCDined on 10/15/2014This restaurant never disappoints me! The food is always top notch and unique, with a constantly changing menu to keep it fresh. Always a lively crowd with a great atmosphere, It's a no brainier to combine with gallery visits for a perfect day.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Always goodGreatDined on 10/14/2014Still raving about my homemade pasta....I rarely treat myself to carbs but the semolina is sensational. Our food took a bit too long and the manager generously offered us wine and dessert on the house. He did the right thing....I was impressed.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Always a Winner!LampsVIPDined on 10/13/2014We first discovered on a trip to the HighLine in the summer and have been back 3 times since. We love the fresh, interesting food, the friendly service and the fact that the menu changes regularly. When we have friends in from out of town, we often end a trip to the Highline with a dinner at Cookshop and we've never been disappointed. Keep up the good work!Special Features: