/ˌvil  ˈnel/


  1. a form of Italian part-song originating in Naples in the 16th century, in rustic style with a vigorous rhythm, often sung by country troupes for the city’s nobility



In the spirit of this folk tradition, villanelle brings the bounty of the countryside to the city. Join us, near Union Square, at our Greenwich Village neighborhood restaurant for artisanal New American cooking, a thoughtfully curated wine list and imaginative cocktails using the highest quality seasonal, local, and sustainably sourced ingredients in a lively, welcoming atmosphere.



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