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New York food enthusiast for 10+ years
Cookshop is situated right along the high line on 20th st. and 10th ave., and they have great lunch options as well as a limited but solid wine and cocktail list. They have a seasonal menu and outdoor seating, so it's a really nice place to visit during the summer. The crispy fish tacos on the lunch menu are a great choice if you want something light.
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Graphic designer in NYC. Writes a vegetarian focused food blog.
Located within walking distance of the southern end of the High Line, Tartine is a cute and cozy French bistro. The food is simple, but delicious. It's fun to people watch if you're able to score an outdoor seat. Last time I was there, they were BYOB, so grab a bottle of wine on your way over.
Cheap eats to fine dining and everything in between
BYOB along the high line? Score! This place sounds great.
about 2 years ago
It's a short walk from the southern end of the High Line, but close enough. Definitely worth checking out! :)
New York City
Born in Hong Kong, Instagramaholic
I want to walk the high line this weekend if we get some nice weather. Looks perfect for lunch :)
Marilyn La Jeunesse
Writer & self-proclaimed foodie
Marilyn La Jeunesse
I had no idea this place was BYOB! That's fantastic!
If you like it then you shoulda put sriracha on it
I just went here over the 4th of July weekend and LOVED it! It was perfect. Thanks for the recommendation!
almost 2 years ago
Santina is a charming restaurant on Washington street that opened early in 2015 and is situated right underneath the high line. It's set in a breezy, almost tropical decor that's great for winding down and jives well with the coastal Italian inspired menu. They have a great cocktail list and lunch menu if you're looking for something on the lighter side. I highly recommend the spaghetti blue crab if you're in the mood for pasta.
Coffee addict and world traveler
What could be more perfect for a light bite than Spanish tapas? El Quinto Pino has a rotating monthly menu that features cuisine from different regions of Spain, so it's fun place to discover new menu items. It's a small, cozy space perfect for relaxing and winding down after The High Line. If you go here, definitely try the garlic shrimp.
From the chef who brought you Gramercy Tavern comes Untitled, the newly unveiled restaurant located on the ground floor of the newly re-opened Whitney. The food is fairly pricey, with an average meal costing anywhere from $30-40. But, the restaurant also serves delectable desserts. I recommend trying the Peanut Butter Blueberry Crunch Cake.
The frozen negronis are KILLER. And it's all outdoor seating.
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