Very accommodating and friendly staff, excellent food, really nice vibe. We ate there twice in the last few weeks. Although the staff was very helpful in figuring out what I could eat (I am veg) II would be happy to see more vegetarian and vegan offerings on the menu. Only one veg entree and a few sides that can be adapted (hold the pancetta).
Went to Trestle for dinner, our server Stacy was amazing and very knowledgeable in food and wine, great service. The management staff was on point, stopped by to introduce themselves to us and thanked us for coming in. Trestle has always been a favorite of mine and would recommend it to anyone. Everyone should check out there garden in the summer time, it's a little getaway from the hustle.
I've eaten here several times since it's in my neighborhood. I like it for brunch/lunch. Because it doesn't get too loud, you can actually hold a conversation without having to scream, but the service was always a little iffy. We went in for a family brunch this weekend and there was a huuuuge difference in service. Very professional, very nice. Bravo
Trestle remains a fine reliable neighborhood spot for excellent food and wine and comforting things like mulled cider, with little fuss or pretension. They do pork especially well and in many ways, especially in winter.
I have been to Trestle several times over the years...they have really raised their game. The food has always been a little more adventurous than most and they continue to add creative fare. I had a quick bite at a bar table before a show around the corner and then dinner with friends recently. Both times the food and the service were excellent. I'll definitely be back, often.
The menu reads well but the execution is mediocre. The smoked pork loin was a different cut and was very dried out. The trout must have been frozen and defrosted: dry and limp with no flavor . Vegetables were fine and even good.
Trestle on tenth was recommended by a coworker and did not disappoint. I came with a friedm and we both loved our meals. Staff was very attentive and helpful (for wine selections.) I highly recommend.
Service was ok...one of the waiters seemed to be hyperactive and kept jumping around which would unnerve us because we thought he was either going to fall or drop something....Gnocchi were great as was the pork chop. Give the waiter a sedative..
I am forgiving with service people in general but my last experience here was just too trifling.
Started out with a completely unwelcoming attitude by the staff person.
Then said staff person (only person consistently working the floor that morning) was to glued to their iphone that we had to audibly beg to get him to take our orders or offer us a beverage.
He continued to be quite engaged in his phone and never brought us an item we ordered, but most certainly charged us for it. Then even when we made him aware of this mistake ran the credit card and still charged us for it.
I've had poor experiences here in the past and am over it. Ownership needs to get their act together if they want patronage from neighbors like me who eat in area often. I left the venue frustrated and it was a bad start to my day, which could have been prevented.
I've been to Trestle 15+ times, and have always been pleased with the meal and service; it's a testament to a restaurant that prepares meat dishes and seafood dishes with the same high quality and taste.
We were delighted to find Swiss wines on the extensive wine list. We started with a cold plate which included bundnerfleisch, another Swiss specialty. Our meals were delicious and served hot. Highly recommend.
Wonderful neighborhood restaurant. Good good. Good martinis. Loved seeing David Byrne drinking wine, eating popcorn and reading.
had a fantastic brunch here outside in the beautiful garden years ago. my recent dinner was disappointing.
the setting is so nice - the place is pretty and calm. love the menu and everyone was so nice, but they don't have it together.
there was a too long wait between courses and the food was good but i wanted it to be really, really good.
I hadn't been to Tenth on T in several years - it didn't disappoint. Food was great, service excellent and it was quiet enough for us to catch up after not seeing each other for a while.
My guest is eagerly planning a group to return for their suckling pig!
The service was lovely and the atmosphere that of a warm neighborhood restaurant. The food, however, was really nothing special which was disappointing given the prices.
The weather was perfect for the cozy little patio. The food & wine was excellent. Wonderful evening with friends.
Our expericence was incredible. The porkloin was perfectly cooked, the pasta was amazing, the service was impecable.
Food was amazing, we unfortunately had a screaming baby next to us throughout the whole brunch but I guess that's not the restaurants fault. Food was A++ and price reasonable
A neighborhood gem that is worth a trip to visit even if one doesn't live in the neighborhood! Brick walls, wood tables, and home made sausage and other gastropub types of dishes make this an ideal place for any meal if one wants casual but tasty (and its not even noisy!).
As usual, Trestle on Tenth delivers great food in a cozy (and quiet, by New York standards) atmosphere. Attentive service, great and reasonably-priced wine list, and amazing food. A neighborhood institution.
As Trestle repeat-diners, we fiind it an easy-going spot for good food and wine, careful without being stuffy or fussy. The service is professional enough to make a diner feel at home: questions are answered thoughtfully and correctly and--WOW!--nicely! We love it.
I ordered the 36$ steak. It arrived and looked good, but when I cut it all I found was fat, on the edges in the center, far more more than 50% fat. I returned the pile of fat. Such a piece of meat should have never been served.
The restaurant enjoys a geographical advantage by being close to the High Line, making it a great starting point. The service was very good, as the people were very attentive to everyone there. The food was very good, with a nice diverse selection, but not an overwhelming amount of choices.
When you see Chinon - one with even a bit of age - on the wine list - just let the kitchen choose the food. Really.
Nice brunch atmosphere outside; cinnamon roles are to die for.
My daughter lives in NY, previous time I visited she took me here for brunch and it was awesome. This time, we went for dinner to celebrate her birthday. The restaurant is very pricey, but the food, ambience and service make up for the hole that is left in your wallet after you leave. For starters, we had the Charcuterie platter (meats/cheese and chicken liver). Excellent. For entrees, I had the spinach gnocci and my daughter had the Calves' Liver with potato rösti, sage and caramelized onions, she loved her dish. To top it off we had the ricotta cheese cake with berries (which we split). I told them ahead of time it was her birthday, a little disappointed that they didn't have a candle (should have brought) but they made up for it.
On lovely summer weeknights, Trestle should put a sign in their front window saying "We're in the garden". Members in my party were concerned when we walked through the sparsely seated dining room, but then delighted as we stepped into the garden. Unlike many gardens with tables jammed together in crowded outdoor spaces, in this garden there is plenty of room between tables, high brick walls, and lovely older trees providing a sheltered space for an intimate romantic dinner or long conversation between friends. The food was very good, the drinks excellent, and the service well modulated to enable two generations of family members to refresh connections and deepen bonds. A memorable evening in a memorable place.
this is my second time here. first time, was on a first date. this time, it was after i proposed to the girl i went on that first date with. food was great. the staff was super kind and friendly. i knocked over the complimentary champagne they gave us, but then they filled it back up again. i hope to bring our future kids here!
A lovely neighborhood gem; great food, and awesome little outside terrace which was nice on a cool summer night. Creative food, and good wine. A little slow on the service which was sort of surprising as it wasnt busy.
So, ok, you open at 8:30 in the morning, you take a reservation for 10:45 a.m. brunch, but you're not serving brunch at that time...just your regular breakfast menu.....well, ok. Food was just ok, could have gotten the same thing at a decent diner.... I checked neighborhood gem above because this review would not post until I specifically recommended something....quite honestly, nothing applies.
great find...wonderful evening in outside courtyard
This restaurant is outstanding from ambiance (try to sit in the outdoor garden), service, drinks (negroni, please) and food (of course!)
Service was attentive. We were not rushed thru our lunch. Our server was knowledgeable on wines and he enjoyed his job. Food of steak tartare with a raw quail egg was very good. Oysters delicious - we could have used a little spoon to dispense the shallot vinegar- crab cake had plenty of crab in it and the monk fish was cooked to perfection.
A great place to stop after a good walk on the ELine (I think that is the name of the walk above 10th ave?
Not only is the food quite good, but one rarely sees such an upbeat staff (sincerely... not artificially so). Avoid the tall-windowed west-facing front dining area on bright summer afternoons, as the sun can be very strong despite window shades.
Am generally a fan, but service was way off on this visit. I arrived before my lunch guest and took a table in the lovely garden. The hostess seated my guest inside ... So we waited for eat other in different ares until we discovered the problem. Our waitress was absent most of the time and the sent us the wrong check. Am hoping this was just one bad day. Food was excellent.
had unusually agreeable and lengthy meal in garden of restaurant. stayed a long time with no pressure to leave. tasty robust and honest food. pleasing austrian/swiss flair with some unusual menu items. interesting beer and wine
I have never given a restaurant a really bad review, but this restaurant is the worst and I would like to warn other diners about it. My friend and I went there for a Sunday Brunch. My friend's Waffle was good. I ordered a small salad and an egg on Brioche toast. The salad came drenched in dressing and the bacon was just a few tiny strips of bacon FAT. We waited a very long time for our food. I got a poached egg w/o toast so I told the waiter I ordered an egg with toast. He took the egg back and 15 mins later I just got just toast, no egg. I asked for the egg on toast again. After waiting 20 mins and nothing came out, spoke to the manager. She took care of it, but was not very pleasant. Getting the check and paying was an ordeal too.
You will need reservations for sure, the brunch service was bad! I waited 20 minutes for a cup of coffee, the waiter was out to lunch, and the staff were making comments like "I want to go home" with unhappy faces...
We were in NYC for the theater (from Philadelphia) - dinner at Trestle....Food Excellent ! Service friendly........Good bartender.
What a great find.
We had a delicious dinner. The menu was wonderful. The waiter was very helpful with suggestions.
We will define truly be back!