The Tasting Room is the accidentally discovered downstairs room at 569 Hudson Street, home to Philip Marie Restaurant. The private "Tasting Room" dining space started its life as an 18th century farm house kitchen. It was walled up and built over for more than a century until John rediscovered it, giving back its sense of purpose. Local lore has it that, in the late 1700's, the kitchen was the centerpiece of a loving couples home. Its dual hearths kept the lovers and the community warm and nourished. Once again, parties of 4 to 20 may experience exceptional dining, choosing from a customized menu, served in the very same kitchen the original residents cherished.
Our “Wine Room” is a private wine cellar with dining for only two. Rated one of the most romantic dining rooms in New York by the New York Times, it has a secret past. A trap door leads the way to a series of subterranean tunnels used as a Speak-easy in the 1920’s.
- The Restaurant Writes...
Philip Marie, located in New York's West Village, is, quite frankly, a neighborhood gem.
The menu is a brilliant fusion of New American Cuisine, and the wine list offers incredible wines from all over the world.
Philip Marie is not only known for consistently innovative cuisine, but also for its warm and attentive staff and maintaining an extremely devoted clientele.
About Our Executive Chef & Owner
John P. Greco III is well known throughout the restaurant communitiesof New York, Rome, Milan, Frankfurt and Brazil. He is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Before opening Philip Marie, he worked at such renowned establishments as San Domenico, NYC & Imola, Italy, Cipriani/Harry's Bar, NYC & Venice, Le Cirque, NYC and Torre di Pisa in New York, where he was executive chef. With classical training and broad experience, Greco's love of American Heartland preparations has inspired his creative take on good ol' American food.
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