The Grey Dog

Restaurants , Cafés Chelsea
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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The Grey Dog's Coffee
If your idea of comfort is diving into a hearty sandwich while listening to Supertramp amid a forgiving background din, then this cafe is for you. Add in a glass of crisp white wine and cookies the size of your head, and you may never want to leave. The joint plies picky eaters with turkey and brie melts, PB& J, juicy burgers and transcendent fries.
Venue name: The Grey Dog
Address: 242 W 16th St
New York

Cross street: between Seventh and Eighth Aves
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am–11:30pm; Sat, Sun 7:30am-11:30pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3 to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave
Price: Average main course: $11
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Maria M

A staple in the Chelsea neighborhood! If you're looking for a casual hang out and a local favorite, The Grey Dog is perfect. They serve breakfast until 3 PM every day, have a variety of food from tacos to flatbreads to soups and chili, and they serve wine and beer. It's a cozy spot that's perfect to take family, friends, or a date to. The only downfall of The Grey Dog is the mass chaos that ensues every weekend from 10:30 AM - 3 PM. The place is mobbed for their breakfast, which is really great, but not the most amazing breakfast I've ever had. Expect to wait quite a while if you go during these hours. I've sen lines wrap around the restaurant and out the door. I recommend the baja fish tacos, chicken melt sandwich, and mac & cheese!

Moriah S

Grey dog is a neighborhood staple! It's exactly the type of awesome joint you see in rom-coms about New York - some cozy, crowded gang of regulars. This place has everything. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, baked goods, coffee - the works. I've been twice in the past week (yes, it's that good). The first time, we split the turkey sour apple brie sandwich (WOW) and the herb goat cheese sandwich w/ grilled chicken added. I'm a huge sucker for cheese obviously. The herb goat cheese sandwich definitely didn't need chicken added, the flavor of the cheese really held its own. All sandwiches come w/ a side order of chips. During our second visit, I got the grilled cheese on challah and I'm still thinking about it. He got the salmon toastas which are like little pieces of grainy bread with lox on top. Presentation was great and he enjoyed it but would've opted for a less healthy bread. *sigh* Men. I will say if this was a place you could order from your table it might make it more enjoyable and less stressful on the staff but it would loose so much of the casual vibe which is really fun and different. Basically you walk in and get in line and eventually the host will ask how many people you're with and reserve a table with a bandanna for you. Then you just like find whatever table he/she saved for you and wait for your food to be brought out. Overall though, great spot w/ great food!