TriBeCa New York City Best Restaurants

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3 Tamarind – Tribeca
Set in a corner art deco building, Tamarind’s TriBeCa branch oozes opulence. From the white tablecloths to the window-walled bars, this isn’t your typical Indian restaurant. A tandoor kitchen shares space with the bi-level dining area, where waiters scurry up steps to deliver dishes that draw influence from all areas of India. Raj-Kachori, a chickpea flour patty and specialty from Calcutta, may pave the way for a Goan favorite: prawns in coconut sauce with mustard seed, cumin and curry leaves. While this spot did lose its Michelin star in 2015, regulars say the food and service are still top-notch. We don’t hesitate to recommend you visit. (212-775-9000)

2 Locanda Verde
Tucked into TriBeCa, Locanda Verde has been delighting Italian food lovers since it opened its doors in 2009. A rustic ease is prevalent in the decor and the menu, which features casual basics like sheep’s milk ricotta with sea salt and herbs on chunks of wood-fired peasant bread, to lamb meatball sliders, to squid ink linguini with manila clams, soppressata, garlic and shishito peppers. The vibe here – along with the crowd – is downtown cool, the high heeled fashionistas and established young professionals clinking glasses of vino against a brick-walled backdrop. An Italian taverna dropped into a New York postcard, this Italian joint is worth every penny. (212-925-3797)

1 Bouley
For over a decade, the boisterous David Bouley has been turning heads (and emptying wallets) at this expense account-worthy, New French treasure in TriBeCa. The Connecticut native trained at some of the world’s best kitchens in both New York and Paris, and that top-tier training shows. The red, barrel-vaulted ceilings provide a vaguely kingly atmosphere for Bouley’s award-winning service and elevated cuisine, with standout dishes focused on impeccably sourced seasonal ingredients. Keep your elbows off the table while tucking into organic baby lamb with eggplant moussaka, roasted Atlantic halibut with baked organic beets, black sea bass in sea scallop crust, and organic Long Island duckling with lavender-honey glaze. (212-964-2525, 212-962-2902)

 

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