In the decade since Chef Canora opened Hearth with sommelier Paul Grieco, the restaurant has become an enduring presence in the New York City dining scene, earning a strong local following, positive two-star reviews from The New York Times in both 2004 and 2013, and a prestigious “Outstanding Restaurant” nomination from the James Beard Foundation, regarded as one of the highest honors in the national restaurant industry. Considered a downtown, dining destination, Hearth offers a modern American menu influenced by the chef’s Italian heritage for dinner and brunch, along with an unparalleled selection of wine.
In 2008, Chef Canora and Paul Grieco opened Terroir, a casual wine bar just steps away from Hearth that has earned a legion of fans for Marco’s inspired menu and Paul’s quirky wine list. In the years since, they’ve opened four Terroir locations, each unique to their neighborhoods and history: Tribeca and Murray Hill in 2011, and Park Slope and a seasonal location on the High Line in 2012. In April 2007, the duo also opened Insieme at The Michelangelo Hotel.