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Racines

94 Chambers St between Church St & Broadway
(212) 227-3400

Searching for a little je ne sais quoi in the neighborhood? Look no further than the Tribeca outpost of Racines, David Lanher’s renowned Parisian wine bar and bistro. It’s a spacious... Read More

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Telepan Local

329 Greenwich St between Jay & Duane Sts
(212) 966-9255

Long before “farm to table” was a buzzword, or much of a concept at all, the affable New York chef Bill Telepan was one of the pioneers of Greenmarket cooking, offering fresh and seasonal foods... Read More

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Sant Ambroeus – Soho

265 Lafayette St at Prince St
(212) 966-2770

Certain restaurants, much like people, possess the gift of never being out of fashion. Sant Ambroeus is among these. Since the original opened in 1936 in Milan, then made its way to Madison Avenue in... Read More

American Cut

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

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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Mulberry & Vine

73 Warren St. between West Broadway and Greenwich Sts
(212) 791-6300

The mantra at Mulberry & Vine is “Eat Local, Cook Global.” They’re all about local, seasonal, organic, pesticide-free, hormone-free, and antibiotic-free food, and they use herbs and... Read More

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Ruby’s Cafe

219 Mulberry St between Spring & Prince Sts
(212) 925-5755

Ruby’s Cafe is located in the heart of Nolita on Mulberry Street, an inviting intimate space that provides some unforgettable fare and a great casual dining experience. Ruby’s prides itself on... Read More

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Estela

47 E. Houston St at Mulberry St
(212) 219-7693

Estela falls into that appealing new class of restaurants that turn out fine-dining caliber fare, minus the upscale fussiness: no foams or tweezered microgreen garnishes, no thick draperies creating... 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