Going down your list, my thoughts on the places we've been to + a couple of other suggestions.
Atoboy: The fried chicken and the corn dish should not to be missed. Photos
Cosme: The duck carnitas and, of course, the husk meringue dessert are musts! I don't know about lunch or brunch, but at dinner, the noise level can be hideously high. Photos
Le Coucou: Glad you were able to grab a reservation. We've been many times for dinner and once each for lunch and brunch. The post on my blog about our lunch is here.
Made Nice: We've eaten there several times and have also done take-out. We've had the Salmon Rosti, Chicken Rice, and Khao Salad. All delicious, as is the garlic roll. We've had the Chicken & Frites twice. Fabulous. But only available starting at 5 p.m. The Milk & Honey dessert is the best soft serve we've ever had.
Dizengoff: Agree with all the raves.
Maman: The food we had at our one lunch there was o.k. but nothing to really rave about. However, the chocolate chip cookie was terrific.
Lady M Cake Boutique has a shop not far from where you are staying. The signature Mille Crepes is seriously delicious. Photos
Bread: Daily Provisions, the offshoot of Union Square Café, sells a salted caraway rye. I haven't had it, but one of their other breads is regularly served at USC where we've dined many times since it reopened. That bread is exceptional, so I would think the rye would be as well. Alnd btw, the crullers at Daily Provision are sensational.
I would suggest that you consider Le Coq Rico for phenomenal chicken and lots of other equally delicious things to eat. We've been there countless times for dinner and lunch. Here's a blog post I did about one of our lunches.
I hope you have a wonderful stay.