Cookshop Restaurant & Bar
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Member Reviews (6)
- Cookshop Restaurant & BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4First to ReviewMay 17, 2013
Great Chelsea brunch / lunch / dinner spot serving simple good quality farm to table American cuisine. The atmosphere is pleasant and this place consistently draws a good crowd. Reservations are recommended and can be made on Open Table.
One of the better choices in Chelsea.
This is a perfect place to stop off for a break when visiting the High Line park. There is an entrance to the park just a few blocks from the restaurant.
- Cookshop Restaurant & BarMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesStudents+ 1Mar 26, 2013
Cookshop is the typical NYC bistrot where you can't go wrong. Ambiance is lively but not noisy, staff is friendly but not overbearing, and food is delicious. They also handle big groups which is rare for such a good restaurant in NYC. Try their seafood appetizers which are yummy.
- Cookshop Restaurant & BarMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Jul 05, 2012
Cookshop homey feeling and food inspired by Green market. The glass-walled corner spot has an open kitchen equipped with a wood-burning oven, rotisserie, and grill. Chef Marc Meyer will use that the wood oven to turn grass-fed meat, locally caught fish, and sustainably raised poultry into dishes like grilled Montauk squid with capers, lemon, and parsley, and rotisserie-roasted chicken with fire-charred fingerlings. Vegetables will be just as seasonal and local (if it's late August, it must be heirloom tomatoes), and fish will be cured in-house. Great people watching.