Nearby Subway Stops
6 at 23rd St.; N, R at 23rd St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Brunch - Weekend
- Good for Groups
- Beer and Wine Only
14th St. to 29th St., Third Ave. to Sixth Ave.
This venue is closed.
A steady flow of young just-woke-up types and Flatiron arty or techie professionals file in all day for diet-be-damned comfort food. The mood at this modish diner is collegiate and congenial, the service variable, and the style decidedly unfancy. Given that it's on the ground floor of an old cast-iron industrial building, Mayrose has a lofty spaciousness: ceiling-high windows to enable people-watching on Broadway, and fans rotating busily overhead (that's key because tables are packed in tightly). The chef knows his nostalgic, mood-swinging audience. On the menu are everything from hip Chai Tea Lattes to Egg Creams, and from mac-and-cheese to meatloaf; they aim to please here. Weekly blue plate specials run the gamut from lamb tagine to bucatini pomodoro. Burgers are always excellent, as are omelets, which sport cute names like The Farmer, and done many zingy ways. For models they serve attractive entrée salads in big bowls, and if none of that interests you there are always sandwiches with everything from roast beef or turkey to chili-rubbed grilled chicken or roasted vegetables.Brunch
Sat.—Sun., 8 a.m—4 p.m.Recommended Dishes
El Diablo (spicy chicken sandwich), $8.95; grilled shrimp, $14.50
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