Claudette is a Provençal restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village, steps from Washington Square Park. Created by two friends, Carlos A Suarez and Mark Barak, Claudette joins her sister restaurants Rosemary’s and Bobo in offering a warm and inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family.
Chef Wade Moises’ menu focuses on local produce, seafood and North African aromatics found in the Provençal kitchen.
Our cellar highlights the wines of Southern France, with a wide selection of Rosé and Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The bar offers a list of unique aperitifs, cocktails and an extensive vin au verre selection, including Rosé on tap.
The restaurant is named after Claudette Sammut, the 91 year-old mother of Guy Sammut, who with his wife Reine own two beautiful restaurants and a small hotel in Loumarin. Carlos and Mark stumbled upon the property on a sunny October afternoon and were so inspired by the beautiful setting, Reine’s food, Guy’s incredible warmth, and the Sammut family’s story, that they asked Guy – before dessert was even served – if they could name the restaurant after his mother. Luckily for them, he said yes.