33 Greenwich does somewhat upscale Southern food in a large West Village space with vaguely retro vibes.
I enjoyed an early weeknight dinner. Cocktails and food were excellent; staff was friendly and more than accommodating. This was my second visit and I will be sure to return.
It was Christmas dinner
Feast of the Seven Fishes, with wine pairing, on Christmas Eve was exceptional. Sommelier couldn’t have been better. Chef came to table. Food was incredible.
Rebooted from 33 Greenwich, the Grille seems pallid in comparison, though they still offer the heart-stopping slab of divine coconut cake. Virtually empty on a Thursday before Christmnas. Deviled eggs with pickled veg were enjoyed by my companion but my squash soup was too heavy on the cinnamon, burning out any other flavors. Chicken pot pie had generous crust and tasty though soupy filling. Crab cakes were zesty, but again the crunchy crust held a very loose mixture, seemed short on crab. The prices were nearly identical to what I had just paid at a 1 Michelin star restaurant but not that quality. They need to roll back the cost for comfort food!
Some of the items were terrific, such as the bread basket and the deviled eggs. Others need a bit of work— the tuna appetizer was just so- so. Still, as of this writing, it’s only been open a month, so i’m sure it will get even better. And the service was excellent.
Amazing find! I came here for my father-in-law's 70th birthday with a big group. We first had cocktails at the bar and then moved to the big farm table since we had about 10 people. What I really love about this place is that the food is both innovative while maintaining the home-cooked meal feel behind it. The short-rib chili and the chicken pot pie were delicious! I also loved the snapper because it had kimchi and was different. Overall great atmosphere, and a good little gem in the beautiful West Village.
I had a great experience eating at Greenwich Grille while in NYC for the weekend. The staff was friendly but it was the food and atmosphere that I enjoyed the most. Great American food with a cozy and warm atmosphere .
Had the beef entree for 2. Great food! The Chef in the kitchen brought out the beef before cutting, which I thought was a nice touch. Staff was friendly. Hoping to go back and enjoy happy hour with friends
Overpriced and nothing like the wonderful menu at Commerce. And way too loud music though we asked it to be toned down. I don’t see how this will compete in the neighborhood
Our first time here was for Thanksgiving dinner. The restaurant had a warm inviting atmosphere. We did have good service, but turkey dinner was not very good. The turkey was so tough that it was difficult to cut and it lacked seasoning. It was so bad that I wasn't disappointed that it was a tiny portion. Side dishes were just okay. Maybe they just weren't up to holiday food.
The food was great, the manager and waiter need some work.
Ambiance was great! Enjoyed our waiter... very charming. Great for a cozy date:) Huge space for the west village. Fav was the Pot Pie.
Poor service... inexperienced server with zero knowledge of the menu... when asked about a lobster curry that was on the specials (but written on the menu) he didn’t even know that they had that dish... wine took forever to come and we were pretty much unattended all dinner. Entree was good but nothing that will make me come back...
Food was amazing. Servers are arrogant and inattentive.
This is a fantastic place. Great restaurant! I will definitely recommend it. Kudos! :D