Head East To Westville

05/26/2017
Head East To Westville

 

By: Justin Dizon

This year in Lower Manhattan, Memorial Day not only means summer is finally here, it also brings with it the opening of Westville. The vegetable-centric American restaurant is opening its sixth location on May 27th at WeWork’s first co-living space, WeLive, at 110 Wall Street a block off the East River! (ironically enough)

With a focus on fresh, quality ingredients prepared simply and professionally, Westville’s menu proves that an extensive selection in a comfortable setting doesn’t have to be an expensive affair. Whether it is their twenty-one rotating “Market” vegetable menu or their heartier meat options, at this restaurant, both vegetarians and carnivores on any budget can enjoy the offerings.

The Wall Street Westville’s decor will include the company’s signature handwritten white and green signs along the windows and include floor-to-ceiling windows that will make the space more inviting to workers, tourists, and residents walking past the restaurant.

This summer, whether you are looking for a spot in the neighborhood to grab a beer or cocktail, your new lunch spot, or a restaurant for al fresco dining, Westville has got you covered. Stop by and check out why the restaurant has become a go-to spot in every neighborhood it sets up shop in across the city.

The restaurant will be open starting May 27th for breakfast, lunch and dinner; MondayFriday from 9am-11pm, and SaturdaySunday from 10am-11pm. Takeout and delivery options are accepted online at and by phone. For more information, visit www.westvillenyc.com.

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