Many people (e.g. NYCers) view midtown Manhattan with a snarl of disdain. Dominated by Penn Station, the Manhattan Mall, and literal boatloads of tourists, it’s not necessarily the area where you’d seek a comfortable & chic respite. But there’s actually an oasis in that chaotic mayhem nestled at 140 30th street – new restaurant Till & Sprocket.
Although it might appear unassuming at first, tucked inside is a sanctuary for those with a grumbling tummy, an insatiable thirst, and a discerning palate.
I recently popped into Till & Sprocket to grab a bite with my friend Courtney, and after grubbing & dranking, I knew this spot needed to be on my Hit List. We sipped luscious cocktails and fragrant wines, while chowing down on a variety of yummy goodies.
Not wanting to miss out on anything, we shared our meals, splitting a fresh-from-the-oven quiche, a savory pulled pork sandwich, and a healthy (but still delicious) quinoa salad with grilled chicken.
The melt-in-your-mouth quiche was by far the best I’ve ever tasted, and my luxurious libation, aptly named Sage Advice, proved a perfect pairing for every delicious bite.
Till & Sprocket is an intimate New American eatery located at 140 West 30th Street in the North Chelsea neighborhood of New York City.