The Palms Hotel has made a resurgence after their nearly billion dollars “Dust to Gold” campaign renovation with remodeled guest rooms, an updated theatre, a new casino floor, and new restaurants.
The latest restaurant to open is Greene Street Kitchen, a 5,000 square foot venue created by Clique Hospitality Group and designed by the Rockwell group, that features indoor and outdoor seating.
Greene Street is a feast for the senses and a must-see. It is a combination of incredibly flavorful food, stellar customer service and a cool, relaxed vibe with an interior design that pays tribute to the early 1980s street art in New York City’s SoHo community, a unique entrance through a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine door in a retro-style arcade, and a bar that looks like a giant birdcage. From sharable plates to main entrees, Greene Street offers an eclectic fare of American classics, a raw bar, fresh fish and shellfish, plant-based options, Asian-inspired small bites, plenty of interesting and delicious sides, and decadent desserts.
Special mention must be made to a few of the unique dishes such as the Coconut Cream Spinach, the “Big Ass Stuffed Lobster”, Tuna Pizza and the Galaxy Chocolate cake with caramel ganache and chocolate Italian buttercream.
Greene Street Kitchen is more than a restaurant, it is a dining experience.