On a prime corner of West 10th Street and Greenwich Avenue, Carlos Suarez has opened an Italian rustic restaurant with a state-of-the-art roof garden upstairs, growing all kinds of organic vegetables and herbs for their dishes. Rosemary’s chef, Wade Moises, studied under Mario Batali at Babbo and Lupa and has emulated his easy, family style meal presentations. Many of the tables at the Rosemary’s are communal or high top, wine and cheese style entertaining. I loved the atmosphere, the garden was a little jewel in the urban jungle and the wine choices were simple and delicious with easy-to-remember prices of $10 per glass and $40 per bottle. Thanks to my fabulous friend, Lauren for taking me!
The fabulous fashion guru, Lauren.
The braised octopus is shaved onto the plate, interestingly, in thin salumi-like slices.
Heaven on a rooftop.
The acqua pazza to-share platter (shrimp, mussels, and scallops, served over large chunks of toast) was amazing!
My look for the night.
Beautiful People tank
Isabel Marant pants
Me and Ro earrings