Tuesday: 5pm - 10pm
Wednesday: 5pm - 10pm
Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday: 5pm - 11pm
Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm (Brunch) - 5pm - 11pm Dinner
Sunday: 11:30am - 3:00pm (Brunch) - 5pm - 9pm
Great service, atmosphere is low key, you absolutely know you are coming for spectacular food, fun staff, and killer drinks!
Always good food with great vibe and music. One of my go-to places in Westcheater!
The Sunday Brunch is DELICIOUS! The food does not disappoint and the suckling pig is yummy.
The wife has been asking to come here for years. Was happy to find a reservation available for her birthday dinner.
Noise level is high.....
Tables are close to each other.....
However, it was all worth it.
Beautiful meal to mark the occasion.
Fun Time for parents who never get to go out alone.
Service, drinks and food were amazing. The buttery salty potatoes are do die for.
Great food and great service! Looking forward to going back again.
Fabulous octopus appetizer. Great main course - rigatoni with bone marrow. Really excellent food.
We go to the Cookery once a month. It never disappoints and it always seems to surprise us with innovation, taste, and friendly service. We have been going here since it first opened. We were very happy with how good the food is in such a casual place. Simply put there is no better restaurant in Westchester NY.
Way overpriced for what you get. Food is creative but tiny portions at a very high price. NYC prices. Loud music.
We were so pleased with our full experience at The Cookery! Thank you!
Food is great, so is service. It is rather noisy though.
Great food! Our appetizer (Caesar Salad) was good. We had the ravioli and chicken dishes. They were delicious!! Overall, enjoyed our dinner in a cozy and quaint restaurant!
Always a great meal at the Cookery. Whether with just my wife or with a few 12 year olds in tow, soonethig for everyone.
This is one of the best restaurants I have ever been to. Chef Dibari is the best.
The Cookery never disappoints. The food is so creative and well prepared and delicious. Every meal we've had here has been delightful.
The Cookery was a real pleasant experience. The value was great. Food was delicious and service was attentive. They do charge an extra 3% for the kitchen crew, but you notice that they really do work for it. I would come again if I'm ever in the area.
Great food, great service
Drove up from Long Island just for dinner, and it was completely worth the drive. I worked for Eric Ripert and Daniel Boulud a few years ago, ive worked at some amazing restaurants, and the guys and gals at The Cookery are definitely doing it right. I will for sure be back.
Loud, hip, local upscale Italian with variable performance. Good, fresh pasta prepared al dente. Innovative menu choices. Slow kitchen, over-salted dishes. Good on refills of water.
Food is outstanding. Everyone loved their individual dish. The appetizers were phenomenal. The waitress worked with my friend who has dietary restrictions. The only negative thing I have to say is it’s very very loud in there, but it’s just a minor inconvenience when you Taste the food.
Hipster vibe, inventive yet with a classic twist. Love it,
Went out tonight for my mother’s birthday. We tried
Delicious food, great service. One of the best restaurants in Westchester!
nice place...jut too loud...could not hear each other
I would have given Food five stars except for a mis=executed fish special - Striped Bass with black garlic puree and pickled zucchini. The other dishes - a duck liver "parfait", a fried octopus leg, and a pork osso bucco, were masterful. Server was knowledgeable though sometimes hard to locate.
On a 90F summer night, our first table was unbearably hot. We were moved on request and it was bearable, but still warm. One star deducted for lack of A/C control and excessive noise.
The 3% service charge on the bill for the staff was unusual and a surprise for a restaurant on the pricy side for it's class . It seems like an annoying way of understating the already higher prices.
Always amazing! Top notch ingredients prepared perfectly.
The food was really great! We also really enjoyed the brunch punch which happened to be a white sangria punch the day we went. There were some annoying flies buzzing around throughout the meal (possibly drawn to the roast pig which was on display at the restaurant as you walked in?). The cloth napkins were also left a lot of lint on people’s clothing. Overall, the food was delicious though, and I would give it another go...
Phenomenal food. Shared a few dishes with my girlfriend and everything was outstanding
Always a good experience to eat there and the food is beyond delicious!!
I absolutely love going here! The food is phenomenal and the service and staff is excellent. The noise level however is not so great. I have to basically yell across the table to talk to my friends. Other than that, one of the best places in Westchester!
great experience... especially liked STEPHANIE... the HOSTESS !!!!
great hostess, servers, bartenders - food was delicious! seated right on time and our courses were perfectly timed! must try for foodies!!
The food is TOP NOTCH - the service, though very nice friendly staff - was very disappointing, as it took almost an hour and I had yet to receive anything! When I shared my displeasure a FANTASTIC piece of bread was dropped off - perhaps they could provide bread automatically when the wait for food is held up?!
Been our favorite since it opened. Exceptional food, great service- always a pleasure for the senses!
One of our favorite restaurants in Westchester. We don’t go often because the menu dosen’t change and we usually end up order the same food all the time, although there is always a special appetizer, entree, and desert option posted on the chalk board. The place is loud and has a lot of energy. Good to go with friends or with family.
My family and I moved to Dobbs Ferry a month ago and were eagerly awaiting our first experience at The Cookery. When we finally had the chance to go, it lived up to our highest expectations for the food. Truly wonderful cooking.
Everything we ate was flavorful and fresh, from the moist meatballs and crunchy-outside soft-inside fried octopus starters to the herby lamb Bolognese pasta, mouth watering pork Osso Bucco and creamy cauliflower ravioli. The chocolate chip cookie tray for two, baked to order and topped with vanilla ice cream, arrived piping hot and was deliciously decadent.
The service was up to the excellence of the food: attentive, swift and friendly. The decor is fun if dark, matched by the whimsy of the staff T-shirts featuring a crowned pig head (pork, as we discovered with the Osso Bucco, is a signature dish).
The only negative - and it's a biggie - is the outlandish noise level. It is absolutely ear-splitting. I get that restaurants turn tables more quickly when people can't hold a conversation over a meal, but come on. At basically $30 an entree, we should be entitled to hear ourselves think. There's got to be a way to diminish the din. For starters, how about lowering the volume of the music?
And one other minor irritant: why oh why the TV screens above the bar? It's a second-class choice that denigrates a first-class restaurant.
I had heard amazing things about The Cookery and could not wait to try it! Unfortunately I did not have the experience that I had hoped for. Our server was not very friendly or personable. He did not explain the brunch menu or tell us the specials. It was not until we ordered that he told us the items that they had run out of, both of which were items we were excited to order. Once the food came there was a long hair cooked into the meatball my date was eating that he found half way through eating it. On the plus side the music was great. I would try this restaurant one more time for dinner instead o f brunch in hopes that my experience was a fluke.
Place is awesome not the first time but defInitely disappointed with last visits service. Not bad but could definitely use improvement.
Clearly, the best brunch value in Westchester - bar none! For your $35 prix fixe brunch, you'll get a "special punch" (ours was a bourbon spiked red sangria) , then some passed pre-appetizers (a mini muffin and a cheesy shortbread), then your choice of starters (the mozzeralla was great - creamy and big portion drizzled with EVO and served with a crusty bread; the meatball & egg was equally as great with sunny side up egg over a fantastic juicy meatball; there's also a maple bacon cinnabun & pig's head doughnut which we'll try next time. So, already you've gotten about half the prix fixe with your drink and splendid appetizer. Then another passed amuse bouche - this time a dougnut hole and a mini-apricot danish. Entrees followed - I chose the waffles & bone marrow which was great but photos had depicted 2 bones but I only got one and it was light on marrow - that said it was good. I should have also ordered the roasted suckling pig - carved from a whole pig displayed at the bar. The pork was perfect but don't try to eat the slice of golden skin (this ain't chicken!). But wait... there's more - your choice of ice cream, warm chocolate polenta, pecan pie, or sticky date cake - we had the first two which were both very good with the polenta topped with singed mini marshmallows. All in all, a great brunch and a great value.
The place was delicious and our server was outstanding. Will be back.