Greenwich Project’s Fall Brunch

by | Nov 11, 2015 | Dining


French Toast

Cornflake Crusted French Toast, Photo Courtesy of Greenwich Project

Executive chef Carmine Di Giovanni has just revamped the menu at Greenwich Project, a modern American restaurant with influences from French and Mediterranean cuisine.

Stars on the menu include a mouthwatering Pork Belly Hash with silky poached eggs on top and a truly delicious Chicken Paillard. The restaurant, an upscale eatery with a homey feel, is located in a two-story townhouse in Greenwich Village, giving a cozy reprieve as the weather gets colder. The restaurant is a great brunch spot, offering interesting cocktails like the ‘What’s Up Doc?,’ a fresh combination of carrot, celery, vodka and ginger alongside the creative Cornflake Crusted French Toast. For some extra sweetness, the cinnamon sugar dusted Beignets are yummy little mouthfuls.

For more information on Greenwich Project, click here.

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