Home of the L.S.D. - Only Place On Earth where guests can enjoy Salt & Pepper / Ginger Garlic Lobster —- 3LB 35 Day Dry Aged Porterhouse Steak & 7Lb Authentic Peking Duck ALL ON ONE TABLE Dim Sum & Chops featuring one of kind - Pastrami - Bacon Cheeseburger & French Onion Soup Dumplings.Voted Best New Restaurant 2018 by Thrillist - BEST STEAKHOUSE in NYC by NEWSWEEK 2019! ***INDOOR DINING IS NOT GUARANTEED UPON RESERVATION***
Nobu Downtown is situated in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District, offering a striking subterranean dining experience, as well as an exclusive sake table and a beautiful private event space. Descend the stairs to the dining room to indulge in Nobu signatures including Black Cod Miso and Yellowtail Jalapeno; and new menu items including Grilled Octopus with Chocolo Salsa, Sizzling Uni Yaki, and Bigeye Tuna Tataki with Truffle Eryngii Mushrooms. Add innovative Omakase and seasonal off-the-menu dishes menus created at the 13-seat sushi bar and open kitchen, and become immersed in the next era of Nobu’s genre-defining new style Japanese cuisine.
The Odeon offers reservations for indoor and outdoor dining for parties up to 6 guests. Walk-Ins are welcome. The Outdoor Cafe is complete with rain-proof awnings, umbrellas, and fans. Due to demand, we are unable to hold your reservation past the time it has been booked. If you cannot be present at the time of your reservation, we will offer the table to waiting guests. If you are running late or wish to cancel, please call us at 212-233-0507. The Odeon takes the last “Open Table” Reservation at 10:15 PM. Should you like to visit the restaurant after that time, please call 212-233-0507 to check availability. We allow 1 hour 45 minutes dining time for parties up to 2 guests and 2 hours for parties of 3-4 guests.
Located at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, CUT’s New York outpost is the chef’s first Manhattan restaurant and sixth CUT location across the globe behind the original in Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, London, Singapore and Bahrain. With its own entrance off Church Street, CUT by Wolfgang Puck is where New Yorkers broker deals over power meals, and where Tribeca’s residents come to dine, wine and unwind, while world travelers immerse themselves in downtown NYC’s emerging culinary scene.
Whether you’re visiting from down the block here in Tribeca or from halfway around the world, Chambers aspires to be on top of your list of favorite neighborhood restaurants. We keep it down-to-earth. We’re bound to start you off with something great to drink, alcoholic or not, and maybe some snacks while you look over the menu. We went to market this morning and we’re going to make some delicious home cooked food and listen to some groovy music. And we’ve put together an excellent collection of soulful wines, spirits, and fermented beverages that we’re excited to share with you. Book a table, or else snag some seats at the bar or communal table and perhaps even make some new friends. Or you can choose to sit at the kitchen counter and have dinner with us. At the end of the day, we’re having a few people over for dinner. We hope you’ll join us.
If jetting off to the Mediterranean coast for dinner isn’t in your budget, dining inside this new Tribeca dining room could top your list of places to try instead. The menu is Greek-leaning with a modern spin. Always mindful of buying local and seasonal, ingredients are sourced responsibly from local farmers.
Gran Morsi, named after the Italian word for “bites,” epitomizes elegant simplicity. This airy and convivial Tribeca restaurant specializes in boldly-flavored Italian fare with a strong focus on small and shared plates, many of which are cooked in the brick oven. Gran Morsi provides both downtown Manhattan residents and visitors with a dining experience fit for whatever they’re in the mood for, whether it’s a special occasion celebration, an intimate evening or a casual night out with friends.
Recreation is a communal co-working space and lunch space by day and a cocktail lounge by night - serving as the ultimate living room for the neighborhood. Drawing inspiration from the rec room at your neighbor's house, Recreation features an old school Arcade Machine with games like Ms. Pacman, Centipede and Donkey Kong, Jenga, and - designed to host events or just play ball - a half court-sized basketball court.
In the heart of lower Manhattan, Da Claudio brings a locally sourced seasonal Italian menu and friendly modern aesthetic to one of the oldest streets in New York. It’s Nassau/Ann street location is rich with both history and possibility. Da Claudio embraces this tradition as well as the changing landscape of New York City dining, offering curated fresh market driven-fare enhanced with the finest Italian imports, a beautiful bar and salumeria as well as take-out and full service dining in a modern, light and airy space. Da Claudio is an inspired beginning for downtown, fresh and forward looking, but with an ever-loving eye to tradition and to the past we all share.