Restaurants in Tribeca, NY


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Duane Park Cafe

Duane Park Cafe

New York, NY

Duane Park is a lovely, upscale restaurant that feels old-fashioned -- but in a great way. The burlesque shows are very grand, with pure white ostrich feather fans and routines your grandmother would compare to Sally Rand. You could probably bring your grandmother here without scandalizing her, but still have a lovely time yourself. Dinner is very tasty, but all heads are turned toward the stage when the performers come on.

Walkers Restaurant

Walkers Restaurant

New York, NY

What's better than bonding at a neighborhood bar through crayon drawings on the table?

Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish

Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish

New York, NY

Forget the cream cheese. Get the everything bagel with pastrami. Tender and flavorful pastrami. This monster sandwich is enough for two people.

Top Restaurants in Tribeca, NY



Restaurants in Tribeca, NY
Locanda Verde

Locanda Verde

377 Grenwich St, New York


The housemade ricotta appetizer with truffles honey is beyond belief, along with brunch and Karen demasco's bakery items and desserts. The hot chocolate with honey…
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Dylan Prime

Dylan Prime

62 Laight St, New York


NOOOO WHAT HAPPENED?!?! CHANGE OF OWNER THAT
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Megu Tribeca

Megu Tribeca

62 Thomas St, New York


We had a splendid dinner at the Megu. The atmosphere was very pleasant, quiet and the service was outstanding. Our waiter cared for every little detail. The food was phenomenal:…
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Landmarc Restaurant

Landmarc Restaurant

179 W Broadway, New York


The special tonight was gnocchi. Well, I have eaten my gnocchi my whole life made by my nanny who comes from Naples, Italy. So, I know how gnocchi should taste. The gnocchi at…
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Bouley

Bouley

30 Hudson St, New York


While David Bouley is the nominal chef, the real authorship of this Japanese tasting restaurant are the graduates of the Tsuji Culinary Institute, Japan's elite cooking school.…
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Jing Fong Restaurant

Jing Fong Restaurant

20 Elizabeth St 2nd Fl, New York


don't go to this restaurant.....we were there yesturday...8/4/12...our waiter messed up my children's order, my daughter first ordered a chicken....she said half chicken, my son…
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Bubby's

Bubby's

120 Hudson St, New York


Bubby's is more or less the perfect neighborhood restaurant, with reasonably priced comfort food, scrupulously sourced, great coffee, and probably the best pie in New York. Being…
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'wichcraft

'wichcraft

397 Greenwich St, New York


The food is good, the coffee is decent (but not great), but the service is extremely spotty and can be very slow. Often the store seems understaffed. They will have one person…
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Thalassa Restaurant

Thalassa Restaurant

179 Franklin St, New York


It's expensive and immense -- almost to the point of being intimidating. But the adventurous Greek food at this Tribeca restaurant makes it worth overcoming one's wariness.
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City Hall

City Hall

131 Duane St, New York


A modern take on a classic New York restaurant, City Hall centers on steak and oysters without ever going for the steakhouse / brasserie feel. It's large and well-managed, and so…
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Puffy's Tavern. Puffy's isn't what you would call a TriBeCa landmark or anything, but it is a neighborhood fixture, and one of the few downscale, straight-up bars in the area. Which is one reason the locals love it. … read more


Walkers Restaurant. What's better than bonding at a neighborhood bar through crayon drawings on the table? … read more


Duane Park Cafe. Duane Park is a lovely, upscale restaurant that feels old-fashioned -- but in a great way. The burlesque shows are very grand, with pure white ostrich feather fans and routines your grandmother would compare to Sally Rand. You could probably bring your grandmother here without scandalizing her, but still have a lovely time yourself. Dinner is very tasty, but all heads are turned toward the stage when the performers come on.… read more