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About Tipsy Parson
Located on a landmark block in west Chelsea, Tipsy Parson is a 70-seat American brasserie, serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Tipsy Parson serves refined comfort food, focusing on Regional American favorites, with a nod to Southern classics.
The menu revolves around reinterpretations of classic American home-cooking.
The full-bar features classic American cocktails, a curated selection of small-batch bourbons, and coffee service from Kitten Coffee in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
The main dining room looks out over a small, lush garden and is available for private events. The front room has casual seating for 8, seated dining for 22 and accommodates 14 at the bar.
We accept online reservations for parties up to 12 guests.
PLEASE NOTE: For ease of service and operations, our preferred method of payment is CREDIT OR DEBIT. NO CASH TRANSACTIONS. Thank you.
New York, NY 10011
American, Comfort Food, Southern
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH: Weekdays 11:30a to 5p
**Lunch is currently on hiatus until Monday, 12.03.17**
DINNER: Monday - Thursday: 5p to 10:45p,
Friday & Saturday: 5p to 11:45a
Sunday: 5p to 9:45p
BRUNCH: Saturday & Sunday: 10a to 4p
(Bar Menu available 4-5p. Same as brunch menu, minus egg dishes)
HAPPY HOUR: Daily: 3:30-7p (Bar Room Only)
between 19th & 20th Streets
$30 and under
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Muni-Meter parking is available on Ninth Avenue. Local parking garages: Edison Parking (507 W 21st Street, just west of Tenth Avenue) and Icon Parking Systems (111 Eighth Avenue, just east of 16th Street)
SUBWAY: A/C/E/L (14th St./8th Ave.), 1 (18th St./8th Ave.)
BUS: M11 (20th St./9th Ave.), M14D (18th St./9th Ave.), M20 (20th St./8th Ave.) and M23 (23rd St./9th Avenue)
Private Party Facilities:
Serving sophisticated southern style food with a promise to leave you full with belly-filling goodness.
Private Party Contact:
Julie Wallach (firstname.lastname@example.org): (212) 620-4545
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tipsy Parson is the perfect location to host birthdays, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners, anniversaries, wine tastings and business dinners.
We also offer delivery via Try Caviar.
Visit www.trycaviar.com/menu/462/tipsy-parson for menu and delivery information.
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Tipsy Parson Ratings and Reviews
We had a reservation for 12 and for such a large group things went well. The only complaints is that we had to wait 15 min for our table, a few drink orders were forgotten and the portions were on the small side. Otherwise, service was good, food was tasty and it was a fun atmosphere.
The place is cute, but that’s about it. Being told that I must stand and wait until all members of my party have arrived is something I can’t stand. The service was oldly slow; three tables around my table came and went. The wine list is just sad. I had the avocado toast. The egg was over cooked. There was no seasoning in the avocado. The bread was so thick, that is all you tasted. Don’t bother.
It took over 90 minutes to get our food. When the food arrived, it was brought to the table at different times, one of the entries was wrong and needed to be sent back. My order was just two poached eggs over a salad. Not sure why it took over 90 minutes to arrive (we sat down at 1pm and the food arrived at 2:40), but when it did, it was ice cold. The house paid for our bill in acknowledgement of the long wait, but my day was already ruined and it was a stressful experience. Oddly enough, people who were seated a full hour after us received their food before us, but their order was also incorrect. The food is not good and they do not know how to cope with a typical Saturday brunch crowd (and the restaurant was not full when we arrived). I really wanted to like this place because it has a lot of character, but will not be coming back. They also gave me a stern warning when I made the reservation that they would only honor reservations for 15 minutes after the reserved time and would not seat the entire party until everyone arrived. I am always on time, but do not appreciate when restaurants handle these things in such a flat footed way.
the waiter was charming but not very on top of things. each persons meal came out at different times so half of them were cold by the time the whole party started eating. our second round of drinks were ordered after our appetizers and didn't show up until after we had all gotten out meals. my avocado toast was soggy and overall unappetizing.
The place is really cute - but i would never recommend this to someone for brunch.
Was so looking forward to another visit to Tipsy Parson. Very disappointed. Waitress seemed to be disengaged and forgot the garnish to our drinks. Tiny tin of garnish for our biscuits and felt very forgotten even though we sat in front window seats. Kind of hard to miss patrons sitting beside the host stand. Can't say I would come back for another try as there are too many spots in NYC for lunch.
Noise level is unbearable (Sunday brunch). Everyone is shouting to be heard by their table mates. Avoid Sunday brunch-- I understand noise level is not bad at other times.
Food was OK, but please stop serving room temperature water in tiny glasses! This is not cool, it is really unpleasant. Please give us tall glasses of water with REAL ICE CUBES. It would also be good to have salt and pepper on tables, without having to ask for them.
If you have a deep pocket and are happy to spend $14 for five ounces of mediocre wine and $28 for some over-cooked chicken and unexceptional coleslaw, this may be your place. There seems to be a nice neighborhood vibe at the bar, and the staff is courteous and helpful. But both the food and drinks are way over-priced and lacking in quality. It's very convenient to the Atlantic Theater Company, around the corner on 20th, but there are better choices in the surrounding area.
The menu and food are NOT the same Tipsy I enjoyed for several years. What is going on? The prices are ridiculous and there's no soul to the food. Mediocre at best. The coffee was warm...a basic thing that should be corrected. The server was pleasantly clueless and I cannot see returning. If you screw up coffee, we aren't going to trust you with our dining experience.
Went for brunch with friends, made a 1:30 reservation and were seated around 1:50. Turns out the people who were sitting at our table weren't keen on leaving after paying their bill. I understand sitting and chatting after a meal but on a Sunday in the city, turnover for a restaurant is important. Anyway the staff gave us a portion of the deviled eggs on the house which was very nice of them. I ordered the chicken and waffles and both friends ordered one of their breakfast biscuits. Portions were more than sufficient and I enjoyed the crispiness of the chicken and fluffiness of the waffles. I'd return again, good food and very attentive and pleasant staff.
We really enjoyed our brunch at the Tipsy Parson! The food was delicious, especially the chive buttermilk biscuit and the chicken and waffles! We all also enjoyed our cocktails. we liked the atmosphere and decor, although it was a little loud but it added to the energy. We look forward to returning!
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