Little Beet Table Says Goodbye to Greenwich

In Greenwich, Little Beet Table, with its unique “plant inspired, vegetable-forward menu,” has closed. Just a few weeks ago, the restaurant was operating with outdoor dining arranged inside one of the “nodes” organized by the Town.

The space at 376 Greenwich Avenue, was formerly home to The National, which closed after a fire in Feb 2017.

When it opened in 2019, Little Beet Table was a hit with its 100% gluten-free food, and cocktails made from fresh-pressed fruits and vegetables.

Diners outside Little Beet Table in December. Photo: Leslie Yager

A sign in the window this week from Little Beet Brands says, “We humbly thank you for helping us build a community like this one in the time we’ve spent in this space.”

The restaurant continues to operate its New York City location on Park Avenue, and a Westport Little Beet restaurant, coming soon, according to the website.

The restaurant’s sister brand, The Little Beet, continues to operate popular outposts at the Westchester Mall, Grand Central and multiple other locations in New York. The “fast-casual” eatery focuses on nutritious-dense, plant-inspired dishes.