Southern-Inspired 33 Greenwich Opens in West Village

April 18, 2017 9:46 pm Last Updated: March 8, 2018 5:23 pm

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.

Lamb T-Bone. (Morgan Ione Photography)
Lamb T-Bone. (Morgan Ione Photography)

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
33 Greenwich Ave. (between Charles & West 10th streets)
West Village