Bowery Road is a neighborhood American restaurant located in New York's Union Square. Chef Ron Rosselli's menu reflects years of cooking in the city.  His dishes are inspired by long relationships with local farmers and purveyors, and his recipes are loaded with seasonal produce from the local greenmarket.

Bowery Road Restaurant
Bowery Road Gin & Tonic
Bowery Road Dips, Spreads & Breads

Executive Chef


Chef Ron RosselLi

A native of Los Angeles with Italian heritage, Ron Rosselli’s culinary style combines the multicultural influences of his upbringing with the ethos of acclaimed chefs with whom he has worked throughout his career.

Chef Ron Rosselli in the kitchen
Amish Beer Can Chicken

A graduate of Le Cordon Bleu in Pasadena, CA, Rosselli got his start at Daniel Boulud’s esteemed Café Boulud.  There, he worked alongside an all-star team including Andrew Carmellini, Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Tien Ho. Rosselli went on to work as Carmellini’s sous chef at A Voce and later helped open Locanda Verde as Chef de Cuisine. In 2014, Rosselli joined The Standard High Line Hotel as executive chef, overseeing all culinary programming for the property.

In 2016, Rosselli was hired as executive chef of APICII hospitality group.  He currently helms the kitchen at Bowery Road and the Library of Distilled Spirits in New York City. At Bowery Road, Rosselli serves a market-driven menu of approachable, seasonal and globally-inspired dishes.

Beverage Director


Kyle   Tran

As beverage director at Bowery Road and Library of Distilled Spirits, Tran has curated a collection of more than 1,000 spirits. In partnership with Dushan Zaric, he compiled the Library’s Encyclopedia of Distilled Spirits, a multi-volume tome divided into sections by spirit category, each including a history of the spirit and its role in cocktail culture over time.

Beverage Director Kyle Tran
Bowery Road Cocktails

Born and raised in Oakland, CA, Kyle Tran grew up in a family of restaurant owners. During his time at SUNY Maritime College in the Bronx, Tran worked as a bar back to make some extra money, though his real passion at the time was photography. After graduation, Tran moved back to Oakland to work as a photographer and picked up odd bartending jobs to supplement his income. In 2011, Tran landed at San Francisco’s Roka Akor working under Jason Huffman.  It was there that he decided to pursue bartending as a career. After two years, Tran landed himself a job at Chicago’s The Aviary, honing his mixology chops under Micah Milton and Julia Momose. In 2015, he moved back to the Bay Area to oversee beverage at the Lafayette Park Hotel, where he worked for two years before returning to New York to open Bowery Road and Library of Distilled Spirits.


Landmark Building

Bowery Road is a 90-seat bi-level restaurant designed by Dutch East Design.  Inspired by the historic Bowery district in which it sits, the restaurant combines eased sophistication with eclectic flair. Light oak, blackened steel and leather banquettes line the walls, set beneath caramel, charcoal and white oak wood panels that surround the dynamic space. A 30-foot custom chandelier with steel-encased brown topaz glass sconces spans the upper and lower floors, inviting guests to explore the cellar level dining and private dining areas.

Bowery Road Restaurant
Bowery Road Entry
Bowery Road Chandelier