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  • Diners & Coffee Shops, Southwestern
  • 519 Hudson St, New York NY10014 40.733932 -74.006606
  • (At W 10th St)
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  • (212) 633-1133
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User Ratings (Based on 66 reviews)

3.395
Food 3.5 Value 3.3
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 633-1133
Website:
www.cowgirlnyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Cowgirl for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Daily: 3pm-6pm
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri: 11am-12am Sat: 10am-12am Sun: 10am-11pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Kid-friendly, Outdoor Dining, Happy Hour, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Houston to 14th St; West St to 6th Ave

User Reviews

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2009

    Promises More Than She Delivers

    Cow Girl is one of those places that you really want to love. It looks like a lot of fun. My friends and I have stopped trying to like this place. After having gone quite a few times over the past couple years, it's always been about the same. The Servers seem kinda bored and over it. The food sounds great but falls kinda short. And the drinks can be on the expensive side. Like I said... I've always WANTED to like this place, but I've given up.

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by actually from texas... on 02/13/2009

    totally kitsch

    I went here on a friend's suggestion as I grew up in Texas and miss tex-mex like a fiend. Decorum aside, this place is disappointing in terms of the mexican food. The BBQ might be a different story, but I can say the food was pretty inaccurate and disgusting. First of all, I ordered cheese enchiladas and it came with white rice, which threw me off completely....what is that? so wrong. Then I realized my CHEESE enchilada was filled with huge chunks of tomatoes, peppers and onions... When I questioned the waitress about this, she responded unapologetically 'that's salsa'. Last I checked, salsa was a condiment and therefore a sauce of sorts. Had I wanted veggies in it, I would have ordered it that way. Also, my friend's grilled chicken southwestern salad was also inedible. Overall, I thought it was a mockery of real tex-mex food. Hopefully, like I said before, their bbq is far superior. I won't be finding out, bc I will not be returning.

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/02/2009

    Been there, ate that, and got a t-shirt!

    We really enjoyed this place! The salsa with the blackbeans was so good, and my pulled chicken nachos was great! I had to get a t-shirt! I am from Ga and if i ever get the chance to go back i will!

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by Derek on 11/13/2008

    Put some tequila in your margaritas!

    I went here with a friend last Saturday with the sole purpose of drinking away a very long week. We ordered the blood orange frozen margarita which was delicious, as well it should have been at $41 a pitcher. Then we had some chicken nachos which were okay, I mean you can't really screw them up can you? Fast forward an hour or two - we've just finished our third pitcher of frozen margarita - The bill? $150 pre tip. My blood alcohol level? About .02. And don't even get me started about the kids running all over the bar! Since when are children allowed in a bar?

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by LimestoneKid on 11/10/2008

    Underwhelmed

    I would go so far as to say that I was disappointed but I won't say that I was impressed by the place or that I'm jonezin' to go back anytime soon. First off, our server was great. Prompt, pleasant and efficient. No qualms there whatsoever. Some of the food left something to be desired. I had a Dr. Pepper ham special and while the ham was very good the scalloped potatoes and veggies that came with it were downright unedible. The potatoes were cold and the veggies very clearly came from a can or, worse yet, were frozen. They had chunks of okra thrown in to make it seem like they were fresh - they weren't. The butternut squash bisque I had as an appetizer was very good which is why the main course that followed was such a letdown. They do give you lots of food so if you're hungry it's the place for you.

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by mahjr on 10/21/2008

    A Total Disappointment...

    After reading rave reviews here, we checked out Cowgirl: • The Chicken Fried Chicken/Steak were both so bland and flavorless - well, let's put it this way - bite the inside of your cheek. Yep, that's how the meats were, pitifully disguised with badly done light breading with a glop of some out-of-the-can chicken gravy (out of the can, guaranteed). • At least the pecan and apple pie slices were decent, but it's too obvious these were not made fresh. All in all a $85 waste (my wife did like the Cosmo). Either our palettes demand too much or a LOT of people in NYC have very bland tastes. You've been warned.

  • Cowgirl

    Posted by Katherine on 08/08/2008

    Cowgirls rule

    I have been going to Cowgirl my entire life and just love it. It is a little on the pricey side, but every meal there can easily feed two. I tend to stay away from the drinks as that brings the bill over the top, although beers are reasonably priced. I'm obsessed with the "all chopped up salad" - seriously, I fantasize about it sometimes. The frito pie and the cabeza de ajo are also incredible. As is the chili. Mmmmm. I have always left there full and happy.

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