Dinner at Rosemary’s

Rosemary's. Courtesy rosemarysnyc.com
Rosemary's. Courtesy rosemarysnyc.com

NEW YORK – Dinner at Rosemary’s

On a recent late afternoon, I met a group of friends at Rosemary’s at 350 1st Avenue by East 20th Street on Manhattan’s East Side.

A sidewalk view of Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

A sidewalk view of Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff



Outdoor seating at Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Outdoor seating at Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Rosemary’s has two other locations at 18 Greenwich Avenue and 25 Third Avenue. The restaurant features a Shop Online Pantry as well. But since most of my dining partners live near 1st Avenue, Rosemary’s at 350 1st Avenue was the majority’s choice. I was delighted by my dining experience at the restaurant and plan to return. Note the delightful ambiance in this well-lit, airy, and friendly neighborhood restaurant,

Bar seating at Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Bar seating at Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Dining area at Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Dining area at Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

So, what did I decide to order?

Rosemary’s features an extensive selection of hand-crafted pasta, pizzas, salads, and other exciting dishes.

Rosemary's dinner menu.

Rosemary’s dinner menu.




I decided to keep it light, so I ordered Branzino (under Secondi to the far right on the menu), served on pea leaves, olive gromelata, and grilled lemon.

Branzino served on pea leaves, olive gremolata, and grilled lemon at Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Branzino served on pea leaves, olive gremolata, and grilled lemon at Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

It was fabulous! The Branzino was perfect, and I had never had it served so beautifully–both were just great and precisely what the Branzino needed! I split a dish of Rosemary’s Potatoes with capers and caper salt—delicious and fragrant.

Rosemary’s Potatoes with capers and caper salt at Rosemary's on Manhattan's East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff

Rosemary’s Potatoes with capers and caper salt at Rosemary’s on Manhattan’s East Side. Photo by Sora Vernikoff




I enjoyed this dinner immensely. The waitress was amiable, the food was excellent, and the bright, cheery, sun-filled room made for an “I want to go back!” experience.

Dinner at Rosemary’s

350 1st Avenue,
New York, NY 10010

(646) 868-5335
info@rosemarysnyc.com

Rosemary’s, “where dining transcends the culinary experience.” Readers may also enjoy our reviews of Gene’s Italian RestaurantLe Rivage on Restaurant RowDowling’s at the Carlyle, and Ethos Greek Restaurant.

Dinner at Rosemary’s

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