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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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Sushi Nakazawa

23 Commerce St between 7th Ave & Bedford St
(212) 924-2212

Sushi Nakazawa, the namesake West Village haunt of Chef Daisuke Nakazawa, is an instant-hit with both sushi aficionados and novices alike. Nakazawa is a protégé of sushi master Jiro Ono, and was... Read More

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Empellon Taqueria

230 W 4th St at W 10th St
(212) 367-0999

Alex Stupak opened Empellon because he thinks, quite simply, that “Mexican cooking is awesome.” He opened the doors to his taqueria with the intention of treating tacos with a high level of... Read More

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Wallflower

235 W 12th St near Greenwich Ave

Some of our favorite places these days span that nebulous territory between bar and restaurant: now there’s Wallflower in the West Village, a collaboration between Xavier Herit, a longtime head... Read More

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Commerce

50 Commerce St between Bedford & Barrow Sts
(212) 524-2301

Down a quaint alleyway in the West Village lies Commerce, a contemporary American restaurant housed in a historic building. During Prohibition, revelers snuck in when it was a speakeasy, and the 50... 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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Minetta Tavern

113 MacDougal Street West 3rd and Bleecker St
(212) 475-3850

The historic Minetta Tavern has had a host of identities over the years, from speakeasy to hangout for literary notables including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, and e.e.... 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