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4 adults and a child near the 24th st. area of the High Line for dinner? Co or something else?

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We're walking the High Line tomorrow around 5 and then will be looking for a place for dinner. Here are some of the criteria:

1. two of the people eat fish but not fowl or red meat.

2. we will have a 5 year old with us and he likes pizza, pasta, fries, hot dogs.

3. despite the 5 year old's food preferences, we want something more than just what he likes. A nice restaurant but child friendly.

4. it would be good for it to be somewhat quiet so we can talk. We'll probably get there around 6 to 6:30 so that should help.

We were thinking Co. Would that work or something else? Co doesn't seem to take reservations so a back-up idea would be good too (esp. as the 5 year old might start melting down if we have to search desperately for an alternative?

Any thoughts would be great. Thanks!

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  1. Westville on 18th and 8th is pretty kid friendly and pescatarian friendly. Not sure how loud it would be at that time though.

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    1. re: kathryn

      Do you know if it has wine/beer (much appreciated by the adults after the high line walk!)? I can't tell from the website.

      1. re: adorno

        I believe it's beer and wine only, no liquor. I'd call to confirm.

        Also "The Porch" on the High Line has beer and wine as well.

    2. If you're dining before 6:30 pm, you should be able to get a table at Cookshop without a wait. I see kids there all the time.

      You could also try Tap Room at Colicchio and Sons though it's further south on 15th St. and 10th Ave,