New York City hardly knew 33 Greenwich, the Southern restaurant at 33 Greenwich Avenue that has shuttered after just six months — but it comes with the news that Harold’s Meat + Three chef-owner Harold Moore is now in charge of the kitchen. He’s renaming the restaurant Greenwich Grille, and it’s opening next week in the Americana-decorated, 80-seat restaurant.
The American restaurant is keeping most of the interior, but Moore’s put in a new menu with a throwback feel. Deviled eggs, chicken pot pie, lasagna, and beef stroganoff are all on the menu, alongside crowd favorites like a cheeseburger and kale salad. The brunch menu similarly runs the gamut, with dishes such as a breakfast burrito, french toast casserole, and a smoked salmon plate.
Moore became known to the city through his now-shuttered restaurant Commerce, which closed in 2015. He then rebounded with Harold’s Meat + Three with partner Julia Grossman in 2016, which garnered two stars in an Eater review. Grossman is also involved in Greenwich Grille.
Greenwich Grille opens next week and will be open daily for dinner with weekend brunch.