Studio Cafe is located on the 8th floor of the Whitney Museum, and is operated by Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group and the Untitled team. Its menu highlights James Beard Foundation award-winning chef Michael Anthony's seasonal, contemporary American cooking, offering toasts, soups, salads, and other light fare for museum-goers. During the warmer months, the cafe offers outdoor seating and 300-degree views of the city, the Meatpacking District, the Hudson River, and the High Line. Studio Cafe is accessible to museum visitors only, and is adjacent to the 8th floor galleries.
Every day 11am - 3pm
SNACKS & DRINKS
Sunday - Thursday until 5:00pm
Friday & Saturday until 9:00pm
Falafel, hummus, flatbread 16
Cheese, house jam, sourdough 13
Charcuterie, chicken liver mousse, sourdough 15
Carrot, butternut squash, creme fraiche, hazelnuts 9/14
Ramen, chicken broth, cabbage, cremini mushroom, egg 14/17
Grain salad, carrots, sweet potato, asian pear, almonds, goat cheese 16
Kale, chicken, cabbage, roasted squash, toasted pecans 16
Sunchoke, spinach, feta, pickled peppers, sunflower seeds 15
Roasted broccoli, lemon ricotta, parmesan, butternut squash 15
Smoked arctic char, pickled fennel, celery, capers 16
Melted cheddar, green tomato jam 14
Chicken salad, chicory, caesar dressing, parmesan 16
Duck meatloaf banh mi, pickled carrot, daikon, mint 16
Raisin, lemon, ginger scone, lemon curd 6
Triple chocolate chunk cookie, milk 8
Carrot cake, vanilla cream cheese, spiced fruit 11
Studio Cafe is located on the 8th floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art, at 99 Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District. Studio Cafe is accessible to museum visitors only.
L to 8th Avenue; 1, 2, 3 to 14th Street; A, C, E to 14th Street
Icon Parking Systems can be found at 99 Jane Street, two blocks south of Untitled and the Whitney Museum.