Chef Anne Thornton (formerly of The Waverly Inn and L.A.’s Little Pine) helms the kitchen at the new Southern-inspired restaurant 33 Greenwich in the West Village.
Thornton, influenced by classic coastal Southern and New Orleans cuisine, has on the menu Short Ribs for Two, with roasted maitake mushrooms and pearl onions; the Muffaletta Board, a deconstructed version of the famous New Orleans sandwich; and a dry-aged meatloaf burger, topped with Gruyère, caramelized onion, mushrooms, and a red wine tomato jam. Thornton’s dessert list includes pies and cakes for two, such as coconut layer cake served with a chocolate dipping sauce, and her award-winning salted-caramel banana pudding pie.
Open for Monday through Saturday for dinner. Sundays and brunch service are coming soon.
33 Greenwich Ave. (between Charles & West 10th streets)