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Cosme is a restaurant in New York City’s Flatiron District serving contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine. World-renowned Chef Enrique Olvera and his team create dishes rooted in Mexican flavors and traditions, while also celebrating local and seasonal ingredients from the Hudson Valley and surrounding region. Adjacent to the main dining room is a separate bar area where guests can enjoy the full menu in a lively atmosphere. Cosme’s beverage program focuses on artisanal spirits and mirrors its cuisine, letting the high quality ingredients shine.
New York, NY 10010
Contemporary Mexican, Mexican
Hours of Operation:
Dinner is offered Sunday – Thursday from 5:30pm to 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday from 5:30pm to 12:00am
Lunch is offered Monday – Friday from 12:00pm to 2:30pm
Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 2:30pm
Between Park and Broadway
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
There are two independent parking garages adjacent to the restaurant.
23rd street stop, 6 line 23rd street stop, N,R lines 23rd street stop, F, M lines Union Square
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Cosme’s private dining room can accommodate up to 16 guests for dinner. To reserve the private dining room, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To inquire about a full buyout of the restaurant or off-site events, please email email@example.com.
Cosme Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I have been to Cosme many times and we usually love the experience.
This time the striped bas and the duck carnitas were not good (being kind).
The menu was also smaller than usual with dishes we like that were missing. No Branzino or short ribs. All in all a dissapointment!
we have dined at cosme many times since it first opened, both for brunch and dinner, and, obviously, enjoyed the food very much (why else go back?) but this visit was a total disaster:
1. Dishes that were posted as "to share" were too small to share, even for two.
2. The guacamole (for 3) came with a total of three (rather stale) chips. More chips not available, even upon specific request.
3. One appetizer (forgot the name) consisted of mostly canned corn (by the waiter's admission)
4. The duck breast (the favorite dish for a good reason, being absolutely perfect, use to be $72 or $74, now is $ 92. That's an outrageous increase.
I cannot, in good conscience, recommend cosme any more. I think that the initial success of the restaurant and concept has given way to sloppiness and, perhaps, greed.
I’ve been meaning to try for ages. Brunch was outstanding: great flavours (mole on my vegetarian entree was simply amazing), my date was very happy: great drinks. This was true Mexican cuisine, it was as if we were dining in Mexico City (except it was 10 F outside....which made it an even better place to dine!). Im looking forward to exploring the dinner menu next. Sweet couple next to us on a birthday got lamb barbacoa to share which looked fabulous for meat eaters.
Reservation for 2 at 9,30pm
Reached the restaurant at 9,34pm
They asked to find another restaurant cause the kitchen closes at 9,30pm......
Maybe they should tell in advance, or even consider that we get there only 4 minutes after the supposed closing of the kitchen.
Very bad experience
No longer a favorite.....too loud, too ‘industrial’, too impersonal, too expensive for what it offers.
Hostesses hovering at front door, but not really paying attention; waiters too busy to take a breath and spend a moment; food plunked on the table; no care taken in plate presentation; wildly expensive drinks menu; and, given the slide in quality, overpriced food..just a few of the things that seem to have gone astray in the past year. Maybe management can fix some of these things as this was a promising place that now just seems to lack anyone who cares.
The concise menu makes it difficult not to want to try everything. The server knew exactly what to suggest for what was one of my favorite casual culinary experiences of my life. The only semi disappointing part was the cocktails which were a little bland. Overall fantastic meal well worth the price.
We returned to this busy restaurant with a visiting son from SF. Thought the food was flavorful but overpriced. Drinks looked innovative, again too pricey. I had the emolladas which was a disappointment. The Bronzino was good but nothing to rave about. Went to another famous rated restaurant next for dessert and coffee and definitely Cosme was pale though equally hip.
Food and cocktails as expected, terrific!
Service is secondary at Cosme with floor managers present but not present and servers focusing on themselves and not on table maintenance. The first line from our server “do you have any questions on the menu”.....
Very average and disappointing.....but flavors terrific!!
"Mexican Food" taken to a whole new level...and then to a whole NEW level. Amazing, thoughtful cuisine and creative cocktails. All staff are knowledgeable of the ingredients and preparation methods for all dishes. Excellent tequila/mezcal selection, too. Highly recommended.
Went for lunch. Very harried service. Main courses brought a few minutes after appetizers. Food was marginal. Guacamole was like any other place, so, it was expensive @ 23. Short rib was a single strip of probably sous-vide flanken topped with jalapeño peppers. Other dishes were the same and very spare even for lunch. Strawberry gin and tonic tasted like nothing. Went elsewhere for dessert. Just not a very good experience. I felt I wasted 180 bucks here. Can’t recommend this place.
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