Being one of the few independent Real Estate firms left in Greenwich (since 1985) everyone talks about Greenwich Avenue. I wanted to share as an outsider my love for the common term “The Avenue” – Greenwich Avenue.
As the winter months are upon us, Greenwich Avenue is the place to walk, dine at a variety of different cuisines and of course shop at some of the finest shops there are. Greenwich Avenue can be compared to the Rodeo Drive of Beverly Hills. Occasionally you may spot a celebrity or two. Most recently Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were spotted in the healthy and organic shop, Green and Tonic. So excited my co-worker and I ran out of our office only to find out they were in Green and Tonic the day before.
Greenwich Avenue has something for everyone. Take a stroll to Starbucks for your favorite beverage and take it all in. Restoration Hardware is a must to take a walk thru – once the Post Office the historic building now rebuilt to glamorous furnishings inside and out. In the summer experience outdoor arrangements and to the rooftop to get the feel of how you can update your space with beautiful outdoor furnishings.
The restaurants offer everything from Meli Melo, fresh everything with a juice bar and popular with the younger generation – my daughters favorite, when we dine is a fresh quiche with greens, a smoothie and then off to Brandy Melville – trendy fashion for young women. I have to admit; I like some of their trends. If you are looking for a little bit more upscale lunch or dinner one of my favorites is East End – Let me give a shout out as one of our Broker’s daughter is an owner. Another one of my favorites to kick back is the Gingerman – Beer lovers must go!!! Gourmet burgers, salads and in the winter try to sit by the roaring open fire. I googled how many restaurants there are on Greenwich Avenue and started counting; I stopped at 15 as I know there is more. If anyone knows the exact count – please contact me.
Finally – let’s talk shopping! Saks Fifth Avenue – An excellent choice for designer women’s clothing – just a note – there is no men’s clothing. Saks is the perfect place to find that special outfit, get a makeover with a purchase of some new cosmetics and the fragrances – my favorite is the Jo Malone counter. Just to name a few shops – Tory Burch, Stuart Weitzman, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., Baccarat, Manfredi Jewels and more.
So if you have a little cabin fever, make a trip onto Greenwich Avenue. Something for everyone! There are many listings rent/buy if you want to live on or close by the Avenue, also you can walk to Greenwich Avenue from the train station.
Linda Graham – Marketing Manager for David Ogilvy & Associates Realtors – email@example.com – 203-869-9866 – Our Website