Philip Marie


Philip Marie Restaurant, offering a fusion of new American cuisine, has achieved the difficult task of standing out in the crowd of

trendy little restaurants in the West Village. Chef/owner John Grecco III (of Posh, Bamboo 52 and 123 Burger Shot Beer), in typical Grecco fashion, spices up the menu with a twist on familiar dishes such as habañero-marinated fried chicken, an inside-out burger (stuffed with mozzarella and cheddar) and even “nan’s own meatloaf,” which comes from the family cookbook. With everything from chicken pot pie to Baja fish tacos to Maine lobster ravioli, this is home-style cooking at its best.

Philip Marie

Cuisine aside, no Manhattan restaurant has such varied dining spaces either, from the intimate table-for-two in the wine cellar (named one of the most romantic dining rooms in Manhattan by the New York Times) to the

outdoor seating, on the corner of Hudson and 11th Street, where summertime people-watching comes at no extra charge. The interior has an energetic atmosphere with a full (and lively) bar, while the basement Tasting Room—the original kitchen of an 18th century farmhouse that once stood on the property—is a unique space for parties.

Open for lunch, brunch, dinner and drinks, Philip Marie is familiar but novel, cozy but upbeat, a rare mix of traditional American with Manhattan flare.

Philip Marie
569 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014


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