From Michelin Stars to Local Favorites: Taste of Greenwich Village 2024 Showcases NYC’s Culinary Diversity for a Good Cause

West Village nonprofit Greenwich House is thrilled to announce Taste of Greenwich Village is returning for its 22nd year on May 14, 2024, at The Altman Building.

Twenty chefs from New York City’s finest restaurants will serve up bites of their most exquisite dishes, all in support of Greenwich House’s many services that foster wellness, creativity, and connection for New Yorkers in the West Village and across the city. This all-you-can-eat and drink event boasts the finest fare from some of Lower Manhattan’s best-loved dining establishments.

“For over 20 years, some of the best chefs in our city have donated their time and talent to support Greenwich House, an organization that has been fostering community service and care for over a century, and we’re thrilled to have so many local restaurants back with us to celebrate the work,” said Darren Bloch, CEO and Executive Director of Greenwich House.

“The Blackfoot Hospitality restaurants; Little Owl, Market Table, The Clam, and The Mary Lane — are honored to stand behind Greenwich House,” said Co-Founders and Executive Chefs Joey Campanaro and Mike Price. “Their dedication to providing crucial services like arts and education, support for older adults, workforce services, and essential healthcare is indispensable to our community. Greenwich House is a vital thread woven into the fabric of our neighborhood, and we’re proud to support their invaluable contributions.”

New additions to the line-up include:

  • Iron Chef winner Marc Forgione’s One Fifth Trattoria
  • Oprah-approved pastries from Zola Bakes
  • Alain Coumont’s plant-based food and wine bar Le Botaniste
  • Viennese bistro Hancock Street
  • Italian seafood & lobster bar Alice
  • Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Michelin-starred Perry Street
  • Homestyle Indian fare from Ambo
  • Italian-Southern fusion from Bird Dog
  • Chef Fernando Scarpati’s old-school Ferdi Ristorante
  • Artisanal bakery Café d’Avignon
  • European pastry shop Der Pioneer

Returning favorites include:

  • Blackfoot Hospitality’s Atlantic Seaboard inspired gem The Clam, and ever-popular farm-to-table bistros Little Owl, Market Table, and The Mary Lane
  • Homemade pasta destination dell’ anima
  • Arlo SoHo’s in-house eatery Lindens
  • Restaurateur Keith McNally’s Morandi
  • Oft-cited “most romantic restaurant in New York City” One if by Land, Two if by Sea
  • The famous margaritas from Cowgirl

Additionally, Greenwich House Pottery will be selling one-of-a-kind handmade ceramics by student artists, and DJ Stormin’ Norman will keep the music playing all evening. Event sponsors include Amazon, Trinity Church Wall Street, Spa Belles – West Village, Savitt Partners Real Estate, and Northwell Health – Greenwich Village.

Tickets are currently on sale for general admission and the Chef’s Table experience (including an hour of early access) at For more information, email Nathalie Levey, GH Communications Manager, at