“fine food, home cooked”
A thirty seat dining room, forty odd seat courtyard, open kitchen, and a vegetable garden supplying the freshest baby greens and vegetables. The food served at Cochineal is much as Ruth Reichl wrote about Restaurant Etats-Unis for theNY Times in 1993. We are still home cooks, still cooking simple food, still changing the menu daily, still paying attention to the inherent qualities of the raw ingredients. We are still in love with the wines of the world and maintain a list of some 250 bottles in a wide range of prices. We have also have the continuing joy of watching a wonderful staff of very young and very native Marfans grow into an appreciation of what food can become and into an awareness of how skilled and competent they can become.
This place is insanely good, it's unreal. Brunch on Sunday is very affordable, and it's one of the few spots open on Monday. Definitely try to make reservations if you can, though.
This place might be insanely good, but the maitre d was just ridiculously rude to my family. Go somewhere else. Nobody needs that kind of disdain in an otherwise great evening.
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