What to Eat at the Greenwich Project, Bringing Fancy Cocktails and Ramp Pasta to the Village

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The pop art comes from RaawArt, an Ethernet Gallery specializing in emerging artists. Photo: Melissa Hom

From the owners of the Mulberry Project and the Vinatta Project comes a new, similarly named bar-restaurant. The Greenwich Project is housed in a 74-seat townhouse that's outfitted with pop art — so while this place is certainly upscale, it doesn't take itself too seriously. If you're coming here to drink, stay to order food, too. The bar on the ground floor offers small plates, while the upstairs level is a full-fledged restaurant. Chef Carmine Di Giovanni is making dishes like peektyoe crab salad, diver scallops, and lobster cavatelli with ramps and crayfish (ramps! ramps!). Take a look at the menus* and a few of the dishes, ahead.

Greenwich Project

Poached Lobster, Grits, Lobster-Chocolate JusPhoto: Melissa Hom

Greenwich Project

Variations of Market VegetablesPhoto: Melissa Hom

Greenwich Project

Scallops, Morels, Fava, Salsify, Foie Gras SabayonPhoto: Melissa Hom

Greenwich Project

Day-Boat Halibut, Escarole, Mandarin, Toasted CashewsPhoto: Melissa Hom

Greenwich Project

Brick House: Clove-Infused Bourbon, "Red Hot Syrup"Photo: Melissa Hom

Upstairs [PDF]

Downstairs [PDF]

Cocktails [PDF]

The Greenwich Project, 47 West 8th St., nr. MacDougal St., 212-253-9335

*This post has been corrected to include the Greenwich Project's most up-to-date menus.