Everything about celebrity Chef Jehangir Mehta’s veggie-focused New Indian restaurant speaks to this time, eating well, sustainable, and artfully. Located here at the Duane Street Hotel, the inventive spot serves standout dishes like scallop brulee with cauliflower wasabi yogurt, duck fried rice, and garlic coconut soup with chickpea caviar.
Graffiti Earth. The Duane Street Hotel
One of the most buzzed-about places in Tribeca, Sushi Azabu is a speakeasy-style Japanese restaurant that serves world-class omakase in a classy, hidden location. Come here for picturesque presentations of your favorite sashimi, nigiri, and maki combinations.
Sushi Azabu. 428 Greenwich St.
Located in an old office building that dates back to the 1920’s, Arcade Bakery is well known for being one of the best in all of downtown. Come here for fresh baguettes, croissants, and sweet desserts. It’s an unassuming, easy, and quick gem of Tribeca dining.
Arcade Bakery. 220 Church St.
A French fine-dining staple, Bâtard is a must-visit for any discerning foodie staying in Tribeca. The Michelin star restaurant comes from celebrity chef Markus Glocker, and features prix-fixe two, three, and four course meals with dishes like venison foie gras, citrus-cured hamachi, and roasted quail.
Bâtard. 239 W Broadway.
Another Michelin star staple of the Tribeca dining scene, The Greek is an upscale, no-nonsense gem serving up classic mix grills with pork sausage, souvlaki and lamb. It also serves Mediterranean strongholds like shrimps saganaki and moussaka.
The Greek. 458 Greenwich St.