Manhattan is one of the most highly regarded food destinations in the world, and our own little corner contributes its fair share of delicious restaurants. For those looking to eat out in the neighborhood, these are some of the best restaurants in Tribeca.
This small restaurant is an offshoot of a Parisian bistro, and it does a phenomenal job at bringing authentic French cuisine to Tribeca. To complement your meal, peruse the extensive list of biodynamic, organic wines.
Racines NY. 94 Chambers St.
Celebrity chef Andrew Carmellini’s Italian restaurant in Tribeca is one of the hottest spots for Italian food in the neighborhood, and the fact that Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro was a founding partner only adds to the hype. When dining here, check out the impressive list of antipastos and crostinis, and top it off with popular pasta dishes like the aptly named My Grandmother’s Ravioli.
Locanda Verde. 377 Greenwich St.
This small, well-decorated sushi spot is located on our very own Duane Street, and it is hands down one of our favorite places to eat in Tribeca. Indulge in a number of specialty maki rolls including the Bee Movie, which comes with Japanese pumpkin tempura, eel, gold and black flying fish roe, and spicy eel sauce.
Takahachi. 145 Duane St.
An excellent farm-to-table restaurant in Tribeca, Marc Forgione serves picturesque fine-dining courses in a rustic styled dining room. Come here for a variety of dishes from different nationalities. We are partial to the Laotian sushi, and the Jurgielewicz Duck Tacos.
Marc Forgione. 134 Reade St.
This Italian restaurant on Duane Street offers a hearty fixed-price menu that’s influenced by both Tuscan and French culinary traditions. The food and environment combine to make this an excellent date spot, while also being a family-friendly restaurant. Explore the wide variety of pastas, and specialty dishes like the Branzino filet.
Scalini Fedeli. 165 Duane St.