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Greenwich Avenue hotel launches new Italian restaurant MAV SoHo

6 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The Greenwich Avenue hotel is launching MAV SoHo, a new Italian restaurant this week, from restaurateur Paolo Meregalli and Executive Chef Massimiliano Eandi, of Mulino a Vino and innovative Italian “dim sum” West Village eatery Raviolo. The team will also take over all food and beverage for the hotel, at 525 Greenwich Ave., between Spring and Vandam streets.
MAV SoHo seats 24 in an upfront space, 24 seats at the bar/lounge, 36 seats in the restaurant and an additional 18 seats in the private dining room. The signature dishes include rosa di lasagna, with roasted Bolognese sauce, Parmesan...
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