Victor Chavez, who was executive chef at Smith & Wollensky’s Midtown location for more than 35 years, was almost a year into his retirement when he was pulled in a new direction—opening his own restaurant. Greenwich Steakhouse is housed in an intimate, three-story West Village town house, with a main dining room that seats 40 and additional seats at the bar and lounge area.
The menu features classic steaks and chops, a raw bar, and an extensive seafood selection. Signature dishes include the three-pound Prime Dry Age Porterhouse for Two with Bone Marrow Sauce ($119), Double Cut Roast Lamb Chops ($49), and the 14-ounce Roasted Veal Chop ($48). Produce and honey will come from the restaurant’s private farm in upstate New York when in season. Beverage director Zane Harris (Dutch Kills, Maison Premiere) changes the selection of seasonal cocktails every two-and-a-half months.
Open daily for dinner.
62 Greenwich Ave. (near Perry Street)