41 Greenwich Avenue
Nearby Subway Stops
1 at Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Brunch - Weekend
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining/Party Space
- Full Bar
This venue is closed.
“Charm” is so prevalent in the West Village that you have to wonder if tenants are handed style guides along with their leases. At this cozy, low-ceilinged restaurant, the unspoken mission of the neighborhood is furthered via tiny floral arrangements on wooden tables and handwritten chalkboards announcing desserts and cocktails like the Coffee 41 (a cinnamon-laced espresso concoction on the rocks). The mustard-and-orange plaid wallpaper harkens back to the sixties, but the menu favors luxe updates of fifties comfort food alongside familiar global dishes. The pork chop is a winning classic—briny and moist, dotted with whole peppercorns, and served over a bed of tender turnips and carrots; the onion-infused burger is a bit dry but well-seasoned, the two-inch patty studded all over with a coating of minced onion. (It’s worth ordering just for the accompanying pile of super-thin homemade potato chips.) 41 Greenwich Avenue had to change its name after a trademark infringement lawsuit threat. Now with legal worries over, the owners are back to providing West Villagers with the warmth they’ve come to expect of their local spots.Recommended Dishes
Pork chop, $26
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