Fodor's Expert Review Tipsy Parson
If New York's Chelsea neighborhood were magically transported to the American South, the food might taste something like it does at this hip, Southern-accented eatery with a menu of artery-hardening delights. Named for a boozy Southern dessert, the Tipsy Parson and its menu are all about comfort in the belly and soul: fried pickles, homemade peanut butter with crackers, bourbon-laced chicken-liver mousse, and seafood potpie. The restaurant's close proximity to the High Line, the elevated park and greenway, means you can walk it all off afterward.
156 9th Ave.
New York, New York 10011, USA
- Whiskey and bourbon selection
- Hot fried chicken
- Cola-braised short ribs