Surrounded by pop art, this American eatery, located in the heart of Greenwich Village in an intimate townhouse setting, has an ambience that is as comfortable as it is elegant. The delicious, French-inspired fare makes it the perfect brunch location, and with a bevy of gluten-free options, Greenwich Project is relaxed, tasteful, and NOBREAD-approved…
Start your brunch with one of Greenwich Project’s creative cocktails, such as the Maquina Roja made with tequila and watermelon chipotle juice. If you like a Bloody Mary as much as I do, this is the place to order one. This cocktail is packed with heat and flavor just the way a Bloody Mary should be. In terms of what to eat, you can order the classics like an omelette or a salad, but we recommend trying one of Greenwich Project’s more adventurous dishes like the pork belly hash served with a poached egg and a chipotle hollandaise sauce. Trust us – this meat, potato, egg combo won’t disappoint, and it’s gluten-free! If you want something on the lighter side, try the acai bowl without the granola so that it is GF. I mean, there’s no better way to survive a New York heat wave than with a cold smoothie bowl and fresh fruit.
Be it an all girl’s brunch or a date for two, Greenwich Project is great for any occasion. We already have our eye on some of their dinner menu items, like the cauliflower appetizer or black kale salad with quinoa. Plus, GP’s Happy Hour menu boasts $1 oysters and seasonal wine and cheese flights from 5-7pm on weekdays. Hello, count us in!