Revery Opening Downtown with New Contemporary Menu
A brand new dining spot is coming to downtown Greenwood that residents are sure to love. With a contemporary, American menu, there’s plenty of interesting flavors to try. Located in the Van Valer Building, across from the City Center government complex, Revery is this summer’s place to be.
Owner and chef Mark Henrichs, and his business partner, chef Danny Salgado are aiming their restaurant at the busy lunchtime crowd. Found at 299 W. Main St., the inside is covered in exposed brick and beautiful hardwood flooring that is a cozy place to have events.
They’re planning for an August opening, so much of the season will be spent getting things ready for the unveiling. According to the IndyStar, the menu ranges from the classic fish and chips to off-beat fried pig tails with General Tso sauce, cilantro, cashew and sesame. Meant to spark interest, the array of flavors are bound to get people talking.
As of right now, downtown has very little options for fine dining. The owners feel as though they are putting themselves out there, but in a great way. “We like to think we’re the first people doing something in the downtown area,” Salgado said in the recent article.
Giving residents the option of having a nice place to eat, at a reasonable price, is the goal of Revery. They have developed a menu that has lunches between $7 and $9, as well as large entrees for dinner that can be shared. Selections are going to appeal to diners seeking a little adventure, while still getting traditional choices.