Restaurateur Michael Stillman debuted his latest offering yesterday, a steakhouse called Quality Eats—a play on his Quality Meats restaurants—on Greenwich Avenue in the West Village. The premise: under-utilized cuts of meat served at a lower price point; to wit, the most expensive beef option is a $29 filet. Personally, we're eyeing that Patty Melt Club Burger ($17) with spicy slaw because there is a serious dearth of quality Patty Melts up in this piece.

Chef Ryan Bartlow's also riffing on traditional steakhouse sides and dishes—like his Creamed Spinach Hush Puppies ($9) and Baked Potato Monkey Bread ($6)—to accompany the stand-alone cuts, which include a reasonably-priced Bavette Cut ($19), a strip that sits under the flank on the cow. Though vegetarians are out of luck in the entree section, the Grilled Bucheron Cheese ($13) and Roasted Beet Tabbouleh ($13) should keep everyone well-fed.

Wine and dessert are two unique features of the new spot. Customers can opt for a "Wine Stack" for $40 that gets them a literal stack of three different mini bottles of wine. For dessert, "Dressed Up Scoops" (aka ice cream sundaes, $8) come in cheeky combinations like "Bar Snacks," with pumpkin stout ice cream, sriracha peanuts, bbq potato chips and beer caramel and pretzels and "This Sh*t Is Bananas," with a base of roasted banana ice cream, peanut butter caramel, candied bacon and cinnamon toast.

19 Greenwich Avenue, 212-337-9988; website

Quality Eats Food Menu

Quality Eats Beverage Menu