Rosemary's Debuts in the West Village
Rustic Italian eatery joins NYC neighbors

Carlos Suarez of BOBO opened up Rosemary's in the West Village last Friday with executive chef Wade Moses (Eataly, Babbo). The restaurant, named for Suarez's mama, is inspired by her home in Lucca, Italy. The menu will feature produce from the rooftop farm, which was designed by Dekar to evoke an elegant Tuscan home. Seasonal Italian dishes from the menu include fresh pastas and a selection of focacce. Rosemary's will also offer take-out in the form of focacce, salads, panini, charcuterie, cheese, and roasted meats and the venue will be open for dinner, with breakfast, lunch, and take-out coming soon. The new joint features an impressive Italian wine list with 40 bottles, all priced at $40, as well as a reserve wine list and a broad selection of wines by the glass, including Prosecco on tap (awesome!).

The inside resembles an urban farmhouse, with plenty of greenery and fresh produce filling up the space, along with brick, terracotta floors, and reclaimed wood surfaces. The ground floor seats 74 with a 16 person communal table, as well as a wine bar and take-away kitchen counter. There is also a 20 seater wine cellar that is available for private events.

18 Greenwich Avenue (at West 10th Street)
New York, NY 10011
Telephone: 212.647.1818
Owner: Carlos Suarez
Executive Chef: Wade Moises
Opening hours: 5pm - midnight
Reservations: Accepted for parties of 6 or more
Website: www.rosemarysnyc.com