TriBeCa New York City Best Restaurants

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6 Brushstroke
There’s a chef that reigns supreme in TriBeCa and his name is David Bouley. Owner of another restaurant on this list, Bouley’s genius extends to Hudson Street where we find his Japanese masterpiece, Brushstroke. What’s unique about this restaurant is that is doesn’t exclusively feature sushi — instead Bouley leans on a partnership with Japan’s top culinary school to develop entrees like the Wagyu steak platter (Wagyu four ways), or the skate wine and Peruvian red shrimp with sweet vinegar dashi sauce, tomato and early spring green puree. And while the raw goods aren’t the only thing on the menu, they still shine: visitors say the sashimi platters are some of the best they’ve ever eaten. (212-791-3771)

5 Dylan Prime
Dylan Prime shuttered its doors last year after a run-in with the IRS, but its back up and running with a new chef at the helm. While steak is still the name of the game here, the steakhouse look has been revamped into a more industrial-chic space, which also mirrors the updated new American menu. Along with staples like the seafood tower, wedge salad and creamed spinach, newcomers to the table include charred asparagus, charred octopus and the burnt orange panna cotta — are you spotting a trend? In any case, reservations are still recommended for peak dinner times, and you’d be remiss to skimp on any of the steak sauces. Unlike your dad’s A1, these ones are plenty worthy of piling high. (212-334-4783)


Dylan Prime NYC
Dylan Prime NYC

4 Belle Reve
New to the neighborhood in 2015, Belle Reve is already making a name for itself. With quotes from Hunter S. Thompson on the menu, you can tell this cocktail bar-restaurant doesn’t take itself too seriously, though what’s coming out of the kitchen and from behind the bar is still worthy of professional praise. Opened by a former Employees Only founder, Belle Reve delivers on the classics with a twist. Expect live music and American staples done right: raw steak with Worcestershire chips, Big Easy BBQ shrimp, and a veg-grain menu that will have the token vegan in your crew crying out for more. As for libations, you can’t go wrong with house specials like The Grandpa, a concoction of dark rum, orgeat, Cointreau and Prosecco, finished off with bitters. (212-680-0101)


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