This restaurant puts a twist on the traditional steakhouse experience. Each floor of the three-story West Village townhouse serves a unique purpose: There’s a main dining room, lounge and private dining room. Settle in at the marble bar downstairs for a drink. You might try the Whoa Nelly with white rum, pistachio orgeat, lime, salt and nutmeg or the non-alcoholic Ginger Maple Buck with ginger, lime, maple and sparkling water. For dinner, start with something from the raw bar: Fresh oysters, little neck clams or the chef’s signature 1.5-pound lobster cocktail might do the trick. The menu also offers salads like one with crab and avocado and other classic appetizers like French onion soup and pan-fried calamari. Carnivores can choose from one of the many cuts of steak—filet mignon, porterhouse, bone-in strip and so on—or opt for other meats like a five-spice duck breast or double rack of veal with your choice of sauce (bearnaise, au poivre, oscar or roquefort). Other mains include grilled yellowfin tuna, gnocchi lobster bolognese and farm-raised salmon. Round out the meal with a side of truffle fries, Brussels sprouts with bacon or creamed spinach.
|Venue name:||Greenwich Steakhouse|
62 Greenwich Ave
|Transport:||Subway: 1,2,3 to 14th street|
|Price:||Average Entree: $45|
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