Whitehall Kitchen + Bar (CLOSED)

Restaurants, British & Irish West Village
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Whitehall Kitchen + Bar (CLOSED)

The downtown hit-makers behind Scottish hot spots the Highlands and Mary Queen of Scots set aside the tartan and Scotch for this industrial, London-inspired tavern. Chef Chris Rendell—an Australian raised on his English father's hometown grub—puts an upmarket twist on British classics with dishes like grilled lamb loin chop with mushy-pea fritters and mint sauce, and rabbit with sausages, a pickled fennel salad and the Irish mashed-potato dish champ. Gin enthusiasts can geek out over the bar's artisanal selection: Find 50 bottles of England's national spirit, including France's saffron-infused Gabriel Boudier and Scotland's small-batch Bruichladdich, plus cocktails, like the No. 3 made with Plymouth gin, yellow chartreuse, lemon juice, muddled ginger and orange bitters. Owner Brian McGrory is an AvroKO alum, so you can expect high design here: The 85-seat space is outfitted with polished cement floors, slatted wood benches and black leather banquettes.


Venue name: Whitehall Kitchen + Bar (CLOSED)
Address: 19 Greenwich Ave
New York

Cross street: between Christopher and W 10th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 5-11pm; Fri, Sat 5pm–midnight
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St
Price: Average main course: $21. AmEx, MC, V
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