restaurants near Tribeca Y on Hudson Street
Starting with Latin:
Super Linda ( W. Broadway) South American tapas and larger plates, very happening place
Sazon ( Reade St.) as far as I recall they had a Puerto Rican chef. the food is good, weekends usually a big party atmosphere.
Estancia-( was Sosa Borella about a block from the Y on Greenwich)) it's kind of latin, mediterranean, Italian
Flor de Sol- ( Greenwich St.) spanish Tapas, sometimes live music
Churrascaria Tribeca ( was called Plata Forma) nice place for Brazilian riodizio
MaryAnn's ( Greenwich St.) Ok Mexican Food
Cercle Rouge-( W Broadway) french bistro ,,great foie gras
Greenwich Grill-(Greenwich St.) Italianish, Frenchish, Japanesish ,, it's awesome.
Kori- (Church St) reasonable modern Korean food,, nice place
Tribeca Grill- ( Greenwich St.) about 6 blocks from Y,, good food, seafood, meat pasta
Wolfgang- (greenwich St) maybe 3 blocks from Y,,, very good steakhouse
Locanda Verde-- I am no fan of the place,,but someone will recommend it so i may as well list it.
up the block is Cinque, Roc and Gigino all of which I prefer to Locanda Verde.
Lotus Blue-- Yunnan Food ( Reade St.) 10 blocks maybe.
Landmarc- W. Broadway,, reasonable , some good dishes,good wine prices
Le Petit Abeille,,, (w. broadway)good mussells and frites
Tiny ( W. Broadway) ,,I've had some good meals here
Takahachi- Duane St. more reasonable priced sushi than its neighbors of Ichimuram Nobu, Gari
Turks and Frogs- Greenwich St. about 3 blocks from Y,,, Turkish Food and nice place.
I hope these suggestions are helpful
Flor de Sol is old school tapas. Usually the shrimp in green sauce is good, the croquettes are good and the chicken villaroy is good. Its not a Casa Mono. But it's the only tapas place in Tribeca and sorry you had a bad meal there. MaryAnn's on the other hand, was horrible when they first opened here. The food is much better now. Their EV restaurant is packed all the time too. It's not great but serves the purpose and certainly as good as the popular Dos Caminos.