Gravy is the first New Southern restaurant in New York City. A rapidly growing concept throughout the southeast. New Southern Cuisine draws inspiration from the traditional fares of such notable cities as New Orleans, Savannah, and Charleston. Housed in a landmarked printing press building in the Flatiron District, the space boasts 18 foot ceilings and original brick walls. Gravy has the compelling charm of the south and a touch of New York in sophistication.