Best gallery-hopping feed (2008)

Cookshop

Cookshop came as a relief to the overworked Red Cat, an eatery where you could put up your feet, enjoy a glass of white wine, order from a mature menu of dependable food, and get down to chatting about art. Early favorites included a substantial entrée of short ribs braised in chile sauce sided with stone-ground grits, and a wild-mushroom potpie roasted in the wood-burning oven. Still, it was the bar snacks that often pleased the most, including a deviled egg heaped with caviar, and homemade liverwurst proffered with port-wine-flavored onion marmalade.

Location Details

156 10th Ave.
New York NY 10011
212-924-4440