“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.”


18 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10011
b/t Charles St & 10th St 
West Village

($$$)  Italian, Breakfast & Brunch, Bars 

Rosemary’s accomplishes a very charming, rustic Italian atmosphere. This place is beautiful with fairy lights hanging from the ceiling. In my opinion, by far one of the nicest spots for high quality and reasonably priced Italian food in Manhattan.

Food: We ordered the caprese foccacia – delicious bread with melted tomato and mozzarella and chopped salad for starters. Salad was light, crunchy and very tasty. For mains we ordered fussili alla napotalia (pasta in red sauce) and egg/cream gnocchi. Both were beautiful delicate and had good flavour. Enjoyed my girls night dinner. It’s a great family and safe place too! They don’t take reservations but you can go early or leave your name on waitlist and you will be fine!

Thumbs up from Me!! 🙂



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Hi there, my name is Deepa Makwana and if you hadn’t guessed already, I LOVE all things food, travel and lifestyle. Since moving from London to New York, I have been wanting to write about my recipes and travel however I was a little afraid to share! But as my mother always says ‘if you don’t try, you will never know’. So I have finally decided to create my own little outlet on anything and everything involving things like where to eat, travels, home recipes, my fav home products or even the best shows I am watching! If I can help in any way – I have achieved my goal! Come on in and have a peak! DeepsMak x

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