50 "Tribeca" Restaurants in New York.
Frenchette Bakery is the best place to get croissants, gougeres, and kouign-amann in Tribeca.
Farra is a wine bar in Tribeca from the people behind (temporarily closed) Atera. Order the scallop fried rice.
Brandy Library is a cocktail bar in Tribeca with a big selection of spirits from around the world.
Mudville is a sports bar in Tribeca with some of the best buffalo wings in the city.
If you’re looking for a nice place to have an expensive, corporate meal in Tribeca, going to Tamarind for Indian food is a good choice.
The Tribeca restaurant is less of the celebrity scene it once was, but still makes very good Italian food.
Canal Street Oysters is a big seafood spot on the Tribeca/Soho border that’s a good option for wine and oysters after work.
Tataki is a casual sushi spot in Tribeca below Canal Street with a bunch of sashimi sets and outrageously named rolls.
The original Au Cheval in Chicago makes one of our all-time favorite burgers, and the location in Tribeca serves a damn good one as well.
There’s a semi-hidden bar downstairs at Au Cheval in Tribeca, and it’s a great place to wait for your table.
Racines is a really good place to drink wine, but this Tribeca restaurant is a really bad spot to eat food.
This underground bunker of a sushi restaurant in Tribeca would be a really good place to wait out an apocalypse. Or to eat excellent, expensive sushi.
Warren 77 is a sports bar in Tribeca with big leather booths and high-end bar food.
China Blue is a huge, cool-looking restaurant in Tribeca making Shanghai-style Chinese food. It’s a good option for group dinners or private events.
Holy Ground is a below-ground Tribeca spot that looks like an old-school steakhouse, but actually specializes in slow smoked meats.