Rosemary’s is an Italian restaurant with a rooftop farm situated in the heart of Greenwich Village. Created by Carlos Suarez, the owner of Bobo and Claudette, Rosemary’s is named after Suarez’s mother and is inspired by both her home in Lucca (Tuscany) and the rich heritage of the restaurant’s Greenwich Village corner.
Executive Chef Wade Moises serves seasonal Italian dishes that highlight the herbs and produce from the rooftop farm, as well as homemade pastas and a selection of focacce, as an homage to the location’s predecessor, Sutter’s Bakery. The Italian wine list features 40 wines priced at $40, wines by the glass at $10, Prosecco on tap and a deep cellar of Reserve wines for special celebrations. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and take-away, and only takes reservations for parties of 8 or more.
18 Greenwich Avenue
New York, New York 10011
@ corner of 10th Street
Breakfast: Daily 8AM – 11:30AM (Counter & Restaurant)
Lunch: Mon-Friday 11:30AM – 4:30PM
Dinner: Nightly 4:30PM – 12AM
Brunch: Sat & Sun 10AM – 4PM
Large group reservations are only available for parties of 8-16 people.
To make a reservation online for large groups, please see Large Parties