Tribeca Restaurant

Four Ways You Will Enjoy the Best Restaurants in Tribeca

From high-end dining to simple comfort foods, this neighborhood offers a taste of the best in NYC food culture. Check out our picks for some of the best restaurants in Tribeca.

Nish Nush

Named after the Hebrew term for snack, Nish Nush is a kosher restaurant featuring a simple menu of gourmet hummus and falafel. Locals line up for their delicious pita sandwiches, stuffed to the brim with some of the tastiest falafel and super fresh homemade hummus and jalapeno sauce (if you’re feeling spicy!). A bonus: it’s vegetarian and vegan friendly. It’s also one of the most affordable places in the neighborhood, so feel free to indulge! Open for lunch and dinner until 10pm.

Nish Nush
88 Reade St
New York, NY 10013

Nobu

Partially owned by Tribeca culture icon and Oscar winner Robert De Niro, Nobu was one of the first of an influx of high-end Japanese restaurants to hit the neighborhood. The Chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, showcases classic Japanese training with an international influence. Menu favorites include black cod with miso and yellowtail with jalapeno. With its exquisite cuisine and beautiful natural decor, a night out at Nobu is always a fancy one, great for date nights and special occasions. This is truly one of the best restaurants in Tribeca, if not New York City!

Nobu
105 Hudson St
New York, NY 10013

Bubby’s

Formerly a wholesale pie company, Bubby’s has expanded into a homemade comfort food restaurant. Holding down some classic family recipes through more than a decade of service, Bubby’s transcends the high-end nature of Tribeca and offers affordable and delicious eats. The menu runs the gamut of classic American dishes, from brisket sandwiches to burgers to nachos to pork chops. And don’t forget the pie! If you’re too stuffed from lunch or dinner, take a Classic Apple or Michigan Sour Cherry pie to go. You won’t regret it.

Bubby’s
120 Hudson St
New York, NY 10013

Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs

Located in a restored townhouse from the 1800’s, Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs utilizes brick walls and a copper-topped bar to maintain an old-school, classy and inviting aesthetic. Offering brunch, lunch and dinner complete with American themes and some French and Italian influence, Tiny’s can serve any craving at any time. A couple reasons those unfamiliar need to eat at Tiny’s are their duck pastrami tartine and spring pappardelle, which includes tomato confit and shiitake mushrooms. Also a great spot to relax and have some drinks with conversation, Tiny’s can suit your every need and mood.

Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs
135 W Broadway
New York, NY 10013