Best Rooftop Farm New York 2013 - Rosemary's
Inside an airy, rustic space, chef Wade Moises treats diners to fresh takes on Italian classics like spaghetti alla pomodoro, panzanella, and acqua pazza. On the roof, tomato vines and bushy herbs do the dirty work of keeping the kitchen stocked with fresh produce. Rosemary's boasts New York's most lavish restaurant rooftop garden, and while there's no way a 1,000-square-foot plot can viably feed more than 200 diners every night, you can bet you'll see something from the farm on your plate. Check for fresh basil in your caprese salad, heirloom tomatoes in your cavatelli, or rosemary in your lemonade.