Need help - what are your favorite Tribeca or nearby restaurants?
i go to matsugen quite often for sushi and cooked japanese food. its a beautiful space and the service is glad to have you there. food is excellent and reasonably priced considering the quality.
walkers for bar and grill-type food...a great casual place for a dinner and a scotch.
Try City Hall restaurant, on Duane Street, between Church and West Broadway. They have an impressive dining room, with clustered round booths and high ceilings. Very comfortable, and very welcoming. They serve up some excellent seafood and steaks, and have a large wine list. Not inexpensive, but not wildly expensive either. Also a plus (at least to me), they've been there since before 9/11 and struggled through that terrible time, and still survived.
I'd be interested in hearing your opinion if you do go.
131 Duane St., New York, NY 10013
Locanda Verde is a favorite of mine and the newly opened Terroir Tribeca (wine bar but the food is good if you want to nibble - the pork blade steak and lamb are terrific plus lots of wine-friendly snacks), also Corton for fine dining, Upstairs (Bouley) - these should get you started. Cercle Rouge is good for French bistro food but i'm sure you have a solid bistro in your 'hood as well. how was Tamarind?
241 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10013
413 E 12th St, New York, NY 10009
239 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013
377 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013