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Bâtard

BÂTARD

235-239 West Broadway between White and Walker Sts.
212-219-2777
myriadrestaurantgroup.com/batard

TriBeCa had a high-profile renaissance in the 1990’s as the residential neighborhood of choice for wealthy young families of a certain artistic sentiment; and two men played figurehead for the... Read More

Claudette

Claudette

24 5th Avenue between 9th and 10th Sts.
212-868-2424
claudettenyc.com

The folks at Claudette (who are also behind Rosemary’s and Bobo) deserve applause for having given fresh life to a frequently shuttered address;  transforming it into a light filled, airy space... Read More

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Carbone

181 Thompson St. between Houston and Bleecker
(212) 254-3000
carbonenewyork.com

Carbone, a more recent addition to Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi’s restaurant group, has received rave reviews by the most discerning food critics in the city. The restaurant pays homage to the... Read More

Atera

Atera

77 Worth St between Church St. and Broadway
(212) 226-1444
ateranyc.com

Some of the city’s most serious food is being served in this tiny, tucked-away Tribeca restaurant.  You’re probably aware of this as you’ve made your reservation far in advance, after all. The... Read More

The Butterfly

The Butterfly

225 West Broadway at White St
646-692-4943

Named after The Butterfly Club in Michael White’s hometown of Beloit, Wisconsin, The Butterfly is a mid-century inspired cocktail bar and restaurant in Tribeca known for twists on classic... Read More

AMERICAN-CUT

American Cut

363 Greenwich St. near Franklin St
(212) 226-4736
americancutsteakhouse.com

Marc Forgione’s newest venture is American Cut, a high-end steakhouse with a dark, masculine aesthetic on Greenwich Street. A comfortable and expansive space with impressive service and... Read More

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Khe-Yo

157 Duane St between Hudson St and West Broadway
212-587-1089

Tribeca’s hottest new restaurant feels very much of the neighborhood – it has the brick walls, wooden floors, and spare chicness of many eateries below Canal Street – yet you know things are... Read More

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Nobu Next Door

105 Hudson Street (Hudson St. & Franklin St.)
212.334.4445
www.noburestaurants.com

Think of this is Nobu’s casual, more chill little sister. They take no reservations, you can get it to go, it’s open late, and it’s first come first serve for a table. Get there early to avoid... Read More