Rosemary’s, the Italian restaurant known for its farmhouse vibe, will open its third location at 825 Third Avenue nearing completion by The Durst Organization. This new east side outpost for Rosemary’s will feature indoor and outdoor seating, a bar, and private dining options.
Rosemary’s will also be working to form a close partnership with McEnroe Organic Farm, one of the largest organic farms in New York.
Diners should expect the same quality found in Rosemary’s West Village and Gramercy locations, including Italian favorites likle Golden Beets with shallot vinaigrette, whipped goat cheese, and hazelnuts; Grilled Octopus with charred corn, salsa rossa blistered tomato, and radicchio; Linguine con Gamber with sautéed shrimp, white wine, leek confit, Calabrian chili, and toasted garlic; and Steak Tagliata with charred green onion, salsa verde, and sea salt.
Rosemary’s is also known for its Italian cocktails with names like the Vesuvio Sunset and Amalfi Breeze.