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945 Madison Ave New York, NY 10021
945 Madison AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10021
American Restaurant, Sandwich Shop
American Restaurant
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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Seasonal comfort food gets an upscale, artistic spin at this Whitney Museum cafe via Danny Meyer.- Google
"The cedar smoked salmon is amazing along with all of the other food."
"It took nearly 20 minutes to actually get the order (two omelets."
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Alex Spinelli
a year ago
This is the best food you can get at a museum ever. I went here to see the Hopper exhibit and after that I ate here. The cedar smoked salmon is amazing along with all of the other food. They get a lot of their food from Brooklyn and the pies that they have are really good! If you are near this area, why not stop by and see a museum exhibit and be treated with this amazing food!
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Christopher Hudson
a year ago
Had great Plymouth gin, White wine with mint & cucumber cocktails. Followed with Poached Egg on Grits & the Untitled House Burger. Really one of the best flavoured (sorry Brit spelling!) Burgers I have ever had (and we come from Aberdeen Angus country). Great service from Michael - busy for Sunday lunch but well worth the 10min wait for a table. $60 inc. 20% tip & they threw in 2 coffees as well. Happy customers would recommend.
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Heather Cammarata-Seale
a year ago
After perusing The Whitney's exhibits, I decided to have lunch in their restaurant. What a great idea! I immensely enjoyed their chickpea burger, and the chef was kind enough to add their tomato chutney to my sandwich. I will definitely be back, because I hear their pancakes are awesome...
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The Corcoran Group
3 years ago
An awesome spin on traditional comfort food – check out that view of the courtyard while you start your day with the Cheesy Scrambled Eggs and a cup of Stumptown Coffee.
David K
a year ago
Today, Feb1, 2014, a friend and I were one of the first patrons to show up for brunch at 10am. There was no one else seated. With some 6-7 staff members standing around, it took over 5 minutes for someone to notice us and come to take our order.. It took nearly 20 minutes to actually get the order (two omelets). And there were NO other orders or customers! The service staff was indifferent and slow, with staff ignoring tables and standing around. All eight of them. They acted annoyed when, after 15m of waiting, I enquired about our orders. When we were finished, it took another 10minutes to get the check. I have been a regular patron of Untitled since it opened. This was the worst experience I've ever had there. The staff was definitely NOT the A team, and have a lot to learn about customer service.
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Kelsey Reitz
a year ago
Hidden gem for brunch - quiet and very good quality. Great for a Sunday morning and then some shopping or museum visiting around the area. Definitely relaxed, so maybe good for a family brunch or for when visitors are in town.
Dan Gielow
a year ago
Loved the eggs, loved the staff. So happy we chose to visit this great restaurant.
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Doug Anderson
a year ago
Very good choice when in that part of town and you don't have to pay to get into the Museum in the first place...........but the Whitney Museum is terrific and maybe you should join.


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