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Nothing terribly exciting with foodcor ambiance...
Great pre-theater location. Solidly unique menu w/ a variety of takes on genuine Italian dishes. Attentive, yet not smothering, service. Can get a little cramped between the tables.
We had a reservation and were pretty much sat as soon as we got there. The staff were very friendly and we had excellent service. Each item was brought out with great timing and plates taken away as we finished each course. The food was excellent! We got the red velvet cake for desert, it was a unique twist and by far the best I’ve ever had.
Excellent food and staff! I have already told friends about Tribeca. I will return to Tribeca.
Fantastic classic Italian fare and a good selection of spirits. The arancini are a must, and I've never ordered a pasta that wasn't wonderful.
Unfortunately, the prices are creeping up a bit and the deserts are not nearly as memorable as the entrees.
Excellent service, hot and tasty lunch and reasonable price.
Great choice for Date #2. Atmosphere, service and food all were excellent. Will definitely dine here again on my next visit to Seattle.
There are items listed on their online menu they do not serve.
We had an enjoyable time with our daughters before a play. Everyone worked very hard to make sure we were happy, and as I said, we were.
The food was awesome. The service left a lot to be desired. It seemed like an inconvenience to the server that we were dining here.
The food was under salted. Very expensive for the price. I’ve had better pizza at Papa Johns at less price than Tribeca charged for a cheese pizza.
Started off by being put into a corner in the bar on a high top table that was uneven and the chairs wobbled. Ordered two drinks. Bellini was mediocre and the black Manhattan came out half full looking like someone had drank half my drink. Not what I expect for a $14 cocktail. The arancini was decent. The caprese was just a pile of cherry tomatoes with buratta cheese on top okay but not seasoned. Carbonara came out in a soup bowl size container. My wife started eating eat along with a large piece of hair. They did take that off the bill along with the Caesar salad my wife ordered to sub her dinner. I ordered the filet which wasn’t really a filet but a ball tip steak. Misleading people on your menu is wrong speaking from a customers point of view. Service was friendly and responsive. Overall atmosphere was energetic but very cramped. I had high hopes for this place. Hopefully changes can be made and I’ll give it another shot in the future.
The waitress who greeted us at the door was extremely friendly and brought us complimentary glass of Prosecco to celebrate my fiancé’s birthday at our table. Our server was extremely friendly and answered any questions we had. Overall service was great!
The flavors of the entrees were wonderful, try the cucumber infused mule, amazing! The bread basket was delicious. We cleaned our plates. For dessert we had the fudge chocolate cake and it was devine!
Ridiculously overpriced. Low quality food. Awful service. Do not dine here.
What I didn’t like is that they automatically charge a 18% tip no matter the quality of service.
Bland wine: Cab tasted like water and was served in Dollar Store/Walmart type stemware. Couldn't bring myself to order a second glass-something I normally do. Scant selection of hot tea-two or three varietals.
Bland server: Server put forth minimal effort, initial greeting was more of an information session about him: He was "waiting for the caffeine to kick in", and "This is one of those Seattle restaurants that automatically adds gratuity". Later, same server was unable to answer the table's question regarding one of the offerings on the charcuterie board. He brought us to-go boxes, but we had to do the boxing...pet peeve of mine. And for the lackluster service, we, the ensnared patrons, not only had to produce a tip, but an obvious line on the bill indicated that we could tip an additional amount.
Bland food: Before making the reservation, and having read the reviews, I was on the fence about dining at Tribeca, but for a myriad of external factors, I ended up selecting Tribeca...after all, its pasta...how bad could it be. A frozen microwave pasta meal offers more heat (both temperature and taste), more flavor complexity and overall more satisfaction.
Hopefully Tribeca will accept this constructive review, improve and prosper.
P.S. This is not the first time I've felt compelled to write a review +/_, but it is the first time I actually have written a review.
Ate Christmas dinner here with family members. Everything was perfect!
Was looking for a nice Italian dinner for family during the holidays. Found this on yelp and needed reservation for 8 and it was available. Service was good , food was very good. My only negative was my son Said the risotto was bad. I wish he had let them know but besides that I was extremely happy. Would go again.
This is nothing more than a loud bar with marginal food, and servers who don't seem to understand that no one wants their hands on the drinking portion of your glass. This place might be convenient for the surrounding hotel patrons, but do not go out of your way to eat here.
Simple, delicious food. The handmade pasta was great.
Excellent service. Outstanding drinks and food. Definitely will be back.
We decided to celebrate our 1 year anniversary with Tribeca. This meal was so fun for us! We started at the bar where we were served delightful cocktails. We were given the table of our choice and Rachel waited on us. This was the highlight of our experience. The meal was absolutely delicious, but the service was even better. We will return! Meal: Garlic twists, Pasta Carbonara, Chicken Piccata, and red velvet for dessert. All OUTSTANDING!
Everything about our experience at Tribeca was outstanding. Our server was polite, fun, very attentive, and knowledgeable. Food was spectacular and the chef was happy to make a special request dish not on the menu for my boss from out of town. Great job. Thank you and I'm looking forward to taking friends there next time we go to a show at the Paramount.
Excellent service and food was great
Food was very poor. Steaks were not made to order and in several cases almost raw! Other food mediocre.
We started with the charcuterie plate, the brussels sprouts, and the meatballs, they were all delicious. I had the pasta carbonara it was very tasty. The pasta is made fresh. Another member of our party also had egg plant Parmesan and said it was absolutely wonderful.
Pretty typical for a business area restaurant - commercialized versions or Italian dishes. If you want real Italian food, go to Italy.
Perfect, as always! Tribeca is an amazing restaurant and one of my favorites in the city.
We have eaten here several times and have enjoyed it most times. This experience was less than sub par. The server was great and the cocktails were good. The food was less than. I had the beef and honestly it was the worst piece of meat I have eaten. It was a salty tough and poor quality meal. I was so disappointed in my meal I do not think we will return
Disappointing dining experience that left me feeling fleeced. We had reservations but were seated at a bar. We waited about 10 minutes before being greeted or served water. Meanwhile, servers were all over the bar area but no one would even make eye contact. When we did get a server, the service was perfunctory—they took our order and brought the food to us. I had to ask for drink refills and the check. Lastly, the prices were higher than the quality of food deserved (ie, the pizza described as having asparagus actually contained about six 1/4” pieces), so when the mandatory 20% “service charge” was added in, we felt very overcharged and underserved.
The food was good. Our server was great. However we sat right behind the hostess table and we did not appreciate her obvious and frequent looking back at us to check if we were done with our table. We may have finished our food and gotten our check but our wonderful server told us to not rush our drinks and enjoy ourselves - THAT is thinking of the customer and providing excellent service. He kindly explained to us that he was only giving us our check early in case he got too busy later on during the time we would have wanted our check. The hostess constantly checking over the barrier to see if we were leaving yet is NOT. Especially was not helpful that her expression showed to us that she did not like that we weren’t leaving yet. I don’t think it’s unheard of to have a dining experience that’s 1.5-2 hours long.
Very nice! Service lagged a bit, but an overall great experience
Tribeca is the perfect spot to have dinner prior to seeing a show at the Paramount theatre.
Cool, lively vibe. Lot's of energy while maintaining class. Fresh food with subtle twists on traditional Italian. Attentive but not obtrusive service. Excellent option for pre-theater meal and / or drinks.
The food was fine. We had the mussels for an appetizer, which could have used a bit more spice. I had the squid ink pasta with clams, mussels, calamari and shrimp. The sauce was a bit thick, but otherwise good. The issue with our experience was the service. It took over 15 minutes for anyone to come to our table and offer us water. There were only two other tables with customers at the time. After our appetizer was done, the empty plate stayed on our table while we ate our entrees. We wanted to order a second drink, but our waiter was no where to be found. For the price, I can get a good Italian meal some place else.
Great service and food!
Great Italian with homemade pasta before or after show at The Paramount. Parking tip- $25 event value at Hyatt across the street.
Automatic 20% gratuity? A lot has been said about the move in Seattle for restaurants to add an automatic gratuity to the check. Admittedly, I've not been a fan. But in Tribeca's case, they earned every penny. From the moment we arrived, it was worth it. Friendly greeting, prompt seating , good menu and cocktail variety, excellent food... did I mention the awesome service? My only complaint was the noise, which was deafening, making it hard to carry on our conversation. But we loved everything else about Tribeca. We'll be back.
We had dinner here before going to a show at the Paramount. When we were seated they asked if we were going to the show and told us they would make sure we would get served in time and they made their promise. It was nice they were proactive. Our pasta dishes were good but the star of the meal were the Brussel Sprouts which were Excellent!