Eat, Drink | $$$$$
In the 1800s, a private home where cooks served simply prepared food was known as a cookshop. This spot steps from the High Line emulates that approach, with sustainable ingredients reflecting the time of season, classic American cuisine with a hint of modernism. Recent offerings have included a kale juice-based Bloody Mary and a ribeye steak served with tempura'ed vine beans. The energetic yet comfortable ambience that defines the Chelsea brunch scene can be found here in abundance.