American Flatbread Tribeca Hearth
205 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013Neighborhood:
TriBeCa - Downtown
PizzeriaPrice: $30 and under
American Flatbread Tribeca Hearth
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://americanflatbreadnyc.com/
- Phone: 2127761441x
- Hours of Operation:
Sunday-Wednesday Kitchen closes 9:30pm
Thursday- Saturday Kitchen Closes 10pm
Subject to change seasonally, Please call ahead.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Vegan, Pizzeria
- Executive Chef: Ben Dawson
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Delivery, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: Call or email us to find out more about our catering menus!
We cater in house, and deliver.
Our Flatbread menu is available for all events, however we offer additional menus upon request.
- Special Events: We have private space available for events of every type!
"The Print Room" is located on our lower level and has the capacity for 230 people.
Our Private Dining Room is available for small dinner parties, intimate gatherings, and children's birthday parties!!
We also have lounge seating located near the bar for parties who prefer something more casual near our wood fire oven!
A word from American Flatbread Tribeca Hearth
To make truly good food, food that not only fills our hunger and tastes good to our mouths but also nourishes, nurtures, and heals, we must start with good ingredients. American Flatbread is made with organic flour, organic tomatoes, and many organic & locally farmed meats, veggies, and cheeses. American Flatbread sources ingredients from a unique, local network of farmers and producers closest to NYC.Continued
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American Flatbread Tribeca Hearth reviews from OpenTable diners
15 reviews since May 26, 2014
- Ambiance3.9Noise LevelModerate
great for lunch (11)good for groups (9)kid-friendly (7)fit for foodies (6)neighborhood gem (5)great for brunch (4)hot spot (1)romantic (1)vibrant bar scene (1)Show More
- Geat Place Great pizzaOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/3/2014The place was nice and quiet staff was friendly overall very good spot and damn good foodSpecial Features:
- Amazing pizzaFavoriteVIPDined on 8/1/2014That is all we had. Delicious! The crust, y u m! Perfect. I would not change a thing. Coming back, soon.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lives up to its Vermont brothers!FettSoloDined on 7/18/2014For years, I happily enjoyed American Flatbread at its Vermont locations. The one in Tribeca does not fail to disappoint. Same high-quality ingredients and agreeable prices!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Solid pizza SaturdayOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 7/12/2014We dined here through a HowAboutWe for couples deal this past weekend-- which included 2 salads, a large flatbread, bottle of wine and a dessert. Overall, the meal was quite good. The salads were inventive and fresh. The bottle of wine was also a very good merlot. The only hiccup (though it was quickly resolved) was that we asked for light cheese on our flatbread, but it came out with a very heavy layer of cheese. This was quickly taken care of by our lovely waitress, and the rest of the evening went off without a hitch. In terms of ambiance, the place is cavernous, which can be a little odd on a Saturday night. In fact, we were basically the last table in the restaurant (left around 10pm). But, overall, worth checking this place out.Special Features:
- Delicious, high-quality pizzaSadPandaVIPDined on 6/2/2014Delicious and fresh tasting pizza, with high quality ingredients. you can't beat that.Special Features:
- The following 75 reviews are from the American Flatbread Tribeca Hearth reviews archive.
- Unique Pizzaajb219VIPDined on 5/22/2014Their pizza selections are out of the norm but delicious. We tried the greek and the bbq something. It was delicious. You can do half and half of whatever you want if you get a large pizza. Very reasonably priced for Tribeca. It has these gorgeous giant windows in the front with a view of the city streets.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 5/16/2014The pizza is amazing. We got half Kaluah pork and half pepperoni and peppers. Each half was excellent. We did a How About We deal that included one whole bottle of wine, one salad each, one large pizza and one dessert to share all for $49! Loved it!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Was expecting more...OpenTable Diner Since 2003Dined on 5/3/2014We live in the neighborhood and have been wanting to try it out. We went with a large party on a Saturday, they were visiting from out of country and wanted to go someplace it was lively. On a Saturday it was quite empty. The flat bread was good- but they are pizzas .. The service was sub par. He couldn't get our drink order correct, and than he messed up on the pizza- and said this is what he heard and wouldn't apologize for his mistake. When leaving we tried to get a few packed up but our waiter was no wear to be found, went to the hostess to ask for help- she was checking her phone. I expected more, but would go back for good brick oven pizza.
- Great organic pizza!FoodloverDined on 4/12/2014The pizza was really yummy. I found them first at the health food expo then when I saw they opened a restaurant not to far from me...I jumped that day to get a pie.Special Features:
- overpriceddisgruntledDined on 3/18/2014it's just pizza why the pretense of farms fresh arugula it shouldn't cost 2 people $42. to share a pizza and a salad. we just drank water. i wanted to try it cuz it's in my hood. never againSpecial Features:
- Terrific after/before movieLongtimeNYerVIPDined on 3/8/2014Incredibly fresh pizzas with unusual and delicious toppings, delicious salads, and great selection of beer on tap. Unusual in New York: healthy, fresh, wonderful, and a very different from the usual greasy pizza experience.Special Features:
- The only problem was thatDaveVIPDined on 2/21/2014The only problem was that the wrong pizza was delivered to me. I sent it back and waited seemingly forever for the correct pizza to arrive. The people I was with finished their meals as mine arrived. Although the waitress apologized, I thought it would have been nice if we were compensated for the mix up.Special Features:
- Perfect piece of Vermont in TriBeCaMk90Dined on 2/14/2014Wonderful food always. Great beer and wine selection and the ovens create a wonderfully warm ambience in the large space.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- amazing pizzakatiecDined on 2/2/2014The food is simply amazing. The ovens really give the pizza an amazing flavor, and you couldn't find better ingredients. Our server was fantastic. Really worth a try if you haven't had it. The price is good if you split a large with someone, and you might even have some to take home! Also try the lemonade sweetened with maple syrup, it's really amazing!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great spotwjf2Dined on 2/1/2014Great pizza at a good price with fresh ingredients. The place wasn't too packed and the service was responsive. The location's a bit odd and out of the way, but worth the walk.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Kid's friendly & good !TakatakDined on 1/25/2014Great to go with kids, very friendly and spacy. Very good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Better the first time aroundHappyEaterVIPDined on 1/18/2014Went there before and really enjoyed my flat bread, which had Brussels sprouts, leeks, really amazing. Menu changed and options were pretty average. I ordered the roasted vegetable appetizer and while they were well cooked, they were stored in the fridge and were consequently ice cold.
- Waitsfield comes to TribecaSignatureDined on 1/10/2014American Flatbreads Tribeca Hearth is Vermont comes to New York City in all its glory. Fresh local ingredients, craft beer, earthen hearth baked thin crust flatbreads. In Waitsfield and Burlington the weekend wait is generally 2+ hrs for a table (no reservations). At Tribeca hearth, we made a reservation and our table was waiting for us Friday night at 715p. Do yourself a BIG favor and run, don't walk, to American Flatbreads Tribeca Hearth. Just don't call it pizza.......Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Delicious!KadiDined on 1/5/2014I'm a long time fan from their start in Vermont....and this place is right up there with the original in the Mad River Valley. Delicious, local, organic pizza and salads that are made in combinations that you don't always think of right off the bat, but work amazingly together.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food, not so great ambiance.NYDCDined on 12/31/2013We made a resrvation here based on the online menu and good vegetarian options. They were also able to accomodate a group easily. Overall the food was excellent! However, the feel of the place was more like a CPK and we were hoping for someting a little more cozy and elegant. Great for families or a low key group...not so great for a fancy dinner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Go there!SatsfiedcustomerDined on 12/30/2013We had a large group with four children. The space accommodated us well, and had a great NYC atmosphere we wanted:)Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing Pizza!!OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 12/30/2013Order anything on the menu and you wont be disappointed!! I dream about this pizza.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Holiday Office LunchMissBeeDined on 12/23/2013We just had our office holiday luncheon at American Flatbread in Tribeca. The food was very delicious, the service was excellent and we all had a great time!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Loved everything about it!musetta3VIPDined on 12/13/2013We went with a coupon from PULSD and everything was amazing. The service was just perfect with a lovely waitress that couldn't have been more attentive. The turkey meatballs were amazing as was the quinoa salad. Pizzas were delicious. The sausage and pulled pork were our choices and the individual portions were huge. Even got dessert with the offer and a bottle of wine as well. We cannot wait to go back!Special Features:
- Great place for a team lunchAd0maticVIPDined on 12/6/2013On a rainy day, my workmates and I had a great lunch at American Flatbread. We shared a variety of pizza which came quickly. We all can't wait to return.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fantastic, truly astonishingKneecoalasDined on 11/30/2013Fantastic, truly astonishing pizza. Perfectly crispy and the flavor of the wood-fire seeps into every bite. You can tell these chefs have mastered their craft.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- After five visits, I won't go backHarlowVIPDined on 11/23/2013I was a fan and have gone to American Hearth several times since its opening. Saturday, we were there with my mom, and it was just really bad. Our server was not "with it" at all. I have no idea what was going on with him, but he brought the wrong drink (beer instead of wine), then the wrong wine (white instead of red), then the wrong pizza (with mushrooms when we had specifically asked for none). The manager did offer us a complimentary appetizer while we waited. But still, by the time we got the correct pizza, the other pizza at the table was cold and soggy. It was a bad enough experience that we won't be back.
- Excellent food and serviceQwertyDined on 11/16/2013The food was amazing, and the service was superb. I'm pretty sure I ate the best salad of my life at this restaurant. Everything was amazing. I would definitely eat here again!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- This place has terrible serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 11/15/2013This place has terrible service but the food is so good I keep going back.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Pizza PerfectionBIS27Dined on 11/9/2013A typical food transformed into a truly artistic meal. Tribeca Hearth elevates pizza from street food to something much more. From the ingredients to the atmosphere, to the local energy pulsing through the restaurant, TH has truly imprinted itself on the neighborhood. Fantastic meal, terrific service this place should remain a heavy hitter in the area for quite some time!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Farm to table pizzawfoodieVIPDined on 11/9/2013Love going to American Flatbread up in Vermont near Sugarbush, so was ecstatic when they opened a Manhattan outpost. Although not the same ambiance as Vermont, for instance, no outdoor fire pit, still fabulous pizza with amazing salads! The turkey meatball appetizer melted in our mouth. We saved some of the 3 meatballs to place on the pizza. Superb!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The food is amazing but theOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 11/8/2013The food is amazing but the service is still awful. I don't think this place has quite got their service figured out. However, the food is so amazing I can't help but keep coming back and hoping they improve the service. Their pizzas rank as some of the best I have had in ny since I moved here 10 years ago!I would recommend this to a friend.
- really great pizzaFoodienycVIPDined on 11/4/2013this place is really big and has great food. it's not in the best spot, but it's a nice space.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- simple, but something for everyoneAnneDined on 11/1/2013They aim to please here. Flatbreads, salads, and nice simple wine list.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- American Flatbreads is great!gilmorchDined on 10/26/2013Awesome take on farm-to-table, is a great casual dining experience for pairs or groups. The spacious interior is well-designed, and matched by a small but excellent beer list. It's the sort of place where anyone can find something they love, all at a reasonable price.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Server should take notesRonnie207Dined on 10/25/2013We ordered 3 pizzas. Server didn't have an order pad. Okay, maybe he's got a great memory. He asked us to repeat the order. We did. When pizzas came out, 2 out of 3 were wrong. How hard is it to write down the order to ensure that your guest get the right pizzas? Also, they should let you know that Tribeca Hearth pepperoni is nothing like regular pepperoni. It's more like homemade sausage. That's fine, but it would be nice to know and not expect pepperoni on your pizza. Wouldn't go again. Management needs to do a better job training wait staff and following up to be sure they give good service.
- about 6th time i've been totribecaresidentVIPDined on 10/19/2013about 6th time i've been to this restaurant. service is always good and they are attentive. we actually decided to sit at the bar and eat because the dining area was louder. the overall quality of the food is very good. i wanted a margarita pizza which they took off the menu, but they did try to provide, but it seems they don't keep fresh basil on hand. i wouldn't call it classic italian, but i guess that's why it's called american flatbread. another note, is that my wife loved their previous gluten-free pizza, but it seems they've switched the recipe, due to what the manager explained that the previous dough made it too costly (um, isn't the average price of a condo about a million dollars in tribeca?). we gave our feedback to the managerSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Creative pizzas in remote locationJannVIPDined on 10/18/2013If you are in this area looking for an moderately priced meal, American Flatbread is a good choice. We went there after seeing a film at Tribeca Cinema. Pear & Blue cheese flatbread was pretty tasty. My husband liked his New Vermont sausage flatbread.
- Nothing specialbshap94Dined on 10/4/2013I tried this place because I really enjoyed the branches in Vermont. It's decent food, but you can get much better pizza just about anywhere in New York. The prices were a bit high for what's offered. What really irked me was that they offer a gluten free crust, but they charge FIVE dollars more for a pizza that is smaller than their small pizza. Charging a few extra dollars for a GF crust is not unreasonable, but this was a bit over the line. Unfortunately, because there are hardly any options unless you have pizza, I would definitely not reccomend this place if you are looking for GF food, or really anything but a decent pizza with some interesting toppings. It's worth trying, but don't expect the best pizza you've ever had.Special Features:
- The appearance is open, sparseLuncherDined on 10/2/2013The appearance is open, sparse (not warm or cozy). The noise level is bearable, but there are no sound-absorbing features from what I could see. The food is overpriced. It's good, no exceptional. The thin crust (pizza) was not crispy, making each piece limp, almost soggy. And, the individual pizzas were cut in tiny pieces -- not appealing.