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What are the best places for light fare and drinks after a walk along The High Line?

Upvoted by Terry Kim and 16 others
156 10th Avenue, New York, NY
peter-kwan

New York food enthusiast for 10+ years

Peter Kwan

New York food enthusiast for 10+ years

Answer found helpful by Kerry Deitrick and 4 others

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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Upvoted by Dana Silverstein and 14 others
253 West 11th Street, New York, NY
waz-wu

Waz Wu

http://www.letsnomnomblog.com

Graphic designer in NYC. Writes a vegetarian focused food blog.

Waz Wu

Graphic designer in NYC. Writes a vegetarian focused food blog.

Answer found helpful by Pradeep Mishra and 5 others

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.

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ashley-belin

Cheap eats to fine dining and everything in between

Ashley Belin

BYOB along the high line? Score! This place sounds great.

Reply about 2 years ago

waz-wu

Waz Wu

http://www.letsnomnomblog.com

Graphic designer in NYC. Writes a vegetarian focused food blog.

Waz Wu

It's a short walk from the southern end of the High Line, but close enough. Definitely worth checking out! :)

Reply about 2 years ago

kayla-chang

Kayla Chang

New York City

Born in Hong Kong, Instagramaholic

Kayla Chang

I want to walk the high line this weekend if we get some nice weather. Looks perfect for lunch :)

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marilyn-la-jeunesse

Marilyn La Jeunesse

New York City

exploreyourmetro.com

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Marilyn La Jeunesse

I had no idea this place was BYOB! That's fantastic!

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daniela-garcia

If you like it then you shoulda put sriracha on it

Daniela Garcia

I just went here over the 4th of July weekend and LOVED it! It was perfect. Thanks for the recommendation!

Reply almost 2 years ago

Upvoted by Navin Narsimhan and 9 others
820 Washington Street, New York, NY
ashley-belin

Cheap eats to fine dining and everything in between

Ashley Belin

Cheap eats to fine dining and everything in between

Answer found helpful by Krishan Gupta and 3 others

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.

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Upvoted by Sam Arnold and 5 others
401 West 24th Street, New York, NY
sheila-mayo

Coffee addict and world traveler

Sheila Mayo

Coffee addict and world traveler

Answer found helpful by Mangal Dev and 2 others

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.

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marilyn-la-jeunesse

Marilyn La Jeunesse

New York City

exploreyourmetro.com

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Marilyn La Jeunesse

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

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.

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Upvoted by Susan Ho
180 10th Avenue, New York, NY

The frozen negronis are KILLER. And it's all outdoor seating.

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