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Daruma Ya

Daruma-Ya

428 Greenwich St. Laight & Vestry Sts.
(212) 274-0428
www.darumaya-nyc.com

In the former Greenwich Grill space is Tribeca’s newest soba izakaya, Daruma-Ya. The menu features modern Japanese small dishes, all built to be shared by the table, as well as handmade soba... Read More

Atera

Atera

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

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

MulberryandVine

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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Takahachi

145 Duane Street (Duane St. & West Broadway)
212.571.1830
http://www.takahachi.net

This is one of our most favorite spots for great sushi at way more relaxed prices than some of its more self-serious sushi neighbors. The atmosphere is laid-back, you don’t need a reservation, the... 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

Nobu

Nobu

105 Hudson Street (Hudson St. & Franklin St.)
212.219.0500
www.noburestaurants.com

A true classic that has stood the test of time in the ever-growing sushi restaurant universe. Nobu Matsuhisa’s iconic black miso cod and rock shrimp with spicy mayo have been copied several times... Read More

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Mr. Chow

121 Hudson St., New York, NY (@ N. Moore St.)
212.965.9500
www.mrchow.com

Glossy, glitzy and luscious are generally uncommon terms when describing a Chinese restaurant, and Mr. Chow fits all these bills. A TriBeCa institution since 1978 and a favorite of the 80’s art... Read More