About Tribeca Grill
Located in the heart of downtown Manhattan, Tribeca Grill is a true New York City landmark. Co-owned by renowned restaurateur Drew Nieporent and legendary actor Robert De Niro, the Grill continues to receive many prestigious awards including, the coveted Grand Award from Wine Spectator Magazine every year since 2002. As a must-visit wine destination, the Grill features an extensive list featuring the world's largest selection of Châteauneuf du Pape (over 250) as well as many rare California Cabernet verticals. The 2,000 selection, 20,000 bottle list is one of only ten restaurants in New York to receive the Grand Award. Executive Chef Scott Burnett's straightforward, savory and satisfying cuisine reaffirms Tribeca Grill’s standing as one of NYC’s longest running and most beloved dining experiences.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday 11:00am-3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30am-3:00pm;
Midday: Monday - Friday 3:00pm-5:00pm;
Dinner: Sunday- Thursday 5:30pm-10pm, Friday & Saturday 5:30pm-11:30pm,
corner of Franklin
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Yes, depending on your location. Food and beverage minimums apply.
Parking is available at several locations in the neighborhood. An indoor garage is located directly across the street from the restaurant on Greenwich Street which offers discounted parking after 4 PM.
1 train at Franklin St
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The legendary Tribeca Grill, co-owned by Drew Nieporent and Robert De Niro, accommodates parties large and small for any celebration. The Gallery is perfect for intimate groups of 10-40 guests, while the versatile Loft is an elegant setting for between 40-150 guests, and the RealD 3D Tribeca Film Center Screening Room offers state-of-the-art entertainment with style. Custom colorful chandeliers and paintings by Robert De Niro, Sr. make for a warm downtown ambiance in which to enjoy Chef Scott Burnett’s seasonal American menu and the Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning wine list. Whether it's a wedding, wine dinner or business lunch, Tribeca Grill’s versatility and thoughtful service creates lasting memories time and again. For the perfect event, call or email our Special Events Team.
The Tribeca Grill Special Events Department has unparalleled experience in coordinating parties both large and small, including sophisticated wine dinners, intimate weddings and gala movie premieres. Our event accommodations are elegant and inviting and we pride ourselves on serving your every need!
Tribeca Grill Ratings and Reviews
Service was great but the lack of food on the plate for the price was a little embarrassing for you. I could've made 30 stuffed cabbages for the price you charged us for 1. I at least expected 3 on the plate. Thank God my husband got a steak so I had a few bites of it.
First time here. I stopped in for the mid day menu, served 3:45-5:00; while the menu is abbreviated, I enjoyed the selection of 3 area cheeses --delicious. I followed them with the crab cake, which was full of lump and backfire crab,eat, with little, if any filler. The remoulade and Homemade slaw were perfect sides. While there were only 2 other tables occupied, & just a few folks at the bar, service was spotty.
We were thoroughly disappointed by the "waiter " that greeted us with both brunch and dinner menus. When he finally finished talking to his coworkers, he wandered over to take our orders and informed us he gave us the wrong menus - only brunch at 3:30 in the afternoon. After that it was all downhill. He only came back twice to fill water. Manager had to bring our ice tea and soda after we flagged her down because we were halfway through our salads. Our meals were delivered by a runner - no one checked on our meals - we flagged down a runner for more drinks. We had to ask a runner to bring us our check after waiting 15 minutes for the "waiter" to stop talking to coworkers while we waited to order dessert and coffee. I asked that our tip be given to the runner that was attentive to our very simple needs. Did I mention the place was empty and only had 3 other tables seated. All the while, the "waiter" kept his back to his tables and was chatty with coworkers in plain view. Never to return - too many places in the city to eat.
It's rare to find a nice restaurant offering traditional food well with out all the fussy buzz worthy ingredients of the moment. Tribecca Grille's menu offers the culinary version of a Ralph Lauren cashmere sweater, well made, with best materials, blue chip pricy but never flashy. The space is very casual, red brick tavern set in a former Tribecca factory on a quiet corner. Large stain glass light fixtures give a warm, festive feel to the rooms. Service was ok, our waiter was not too up on the menu, ordering desert and getting check paid was a challenge. I had a well prepared fish and my date a filet seared to perfection. Portions were generous.
My wife and I live in New York and dine out often. This was one of the most unpleasant experiences we have had in decades. It was a special occasion, after an award ceremony. We arrived (on time), were seated, and then COMPLETELY IGNORED. After 25 minutes, I went up to maitre d's desk to point out that we had been ignored for almost a half hour. The maitre d' took our drinks order, and the champagne we ordered was served -- 35 minutes after we arrived. Shortly after that, a waiter appeared. I assume he must have been reprimanded by the maitre d' since he was sullen and unpleasant , verging on nasty. This behavior continued throughout the meal. The meal itself was actually quite good, as was the wine we had to follow the champagne. But the waiter's unrelenting rude behavior made it a thoroughly unpleasant evening. Though I usually tip 25% or more, I left a 10% tip, with a note on the charge slip making it clear that the service was completely unacceptable. The bill was about $220. That's a hefty bill for an unpleasant two hours.
We went with friends for our anniversary and my wife’s birthday and we were treated like we were the only people in the restaurant. Staff were attentive, courteous, thoughtful, funny, mindful to our needs and catered for everything we needed and asked for.
To finish the evening staff brought free desserts to our table which brought such a smile to our faces and confirmed everything we had read about Tribeca Grill. Plus my wife (as we all are) are huge Robert De Niro fans that eating in his establishment, viewing the rare posters near the restrooms and his father’s artwork added to the whole experience.
Not to bang on too much but the staff, from the lady who answered the phone and took my special requests to the lady that served us were all fantastic.
Peace and Love
Lisa, Leo, Ruth and Bobby.
Tribeca grill has 2 bold face name owners, but the restaurant does not come off as a place for stars and famous folks. Everyone is welcome there.
The food was good, service was attentive but not intrusive.
Check out the art by Robert DeNiro Sr. It is all over the room.
Service excellent. Atmosphere very nice. Food great overall, though my wife and I ordered and split the steak for two. It was disappointing. Not much meat and much more fat. We are not huge carnivores, so we did not complain, but it is totally unlike a steak for two you would get at a typical NYC steak house .
Otherwise the food was excellent and the wine list very good
I would go again...but not order the steak
Haven't been for 20 years [and was advised not to go by self-appointed restaurant hipsters] but we were really glad we did go. Great unpretentious food [a particularly good steak], delightful and humble staff and a really welcoming atmosphere. A real treat if a little expensive.
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