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
Great overall evening. The restaurant is attractively designed with various seating areas surrounding a central bar— much wood, booths and tables. Our server was attentive, helpful and pleasant. The grilled octopus was perfectly prepared as was a sirloin steak. Enjoyed dinner and will return.
Great Ambiance at Tribeca Grill. That, coupled with a very professional staff means you will have a good time. The wine list is world class, so you'll definitely enjoy your meal more if this is a priority. The food is good but portions are on the small side and the flavors are sometimes under-developed. Basically don't count on the food to justify a visit. Do try: the Lobster Cavatelli and the Braised Pork Shank which did stand out. The Scallops and the Filet are satisfying, but do not over or under impress. The Salmon leaves something to be desired. Desserts are executed well, the chocolate cake is the clear winner followed closely by the tart. Creme Brulee and Cookie plate were nice as well.
First night in New York (arrived one hour earlier from a long flight from Australia) and as we were staying in the Tribeca area decided to go to the Tribeca Grill. Upon first greeting to final 'goodnight' we had a lovely time. The staff are lovely - friendly, very happy people (which you feel immediately and adds to the atmosphere), professional (we had one gluten free eater and one vegan and they were so obliging to accommodate the menu accordingly without a problem at all). Food was perfect - perfectly cooked fish (for two of our diners), amazing sides and salads - all beautifully presented (not fussy) and of the highest quality (great ingredients). Really enjoyed the meal and the entire ambience of the place. Worth a visit to enjoy great food in a very cosy environment.
We had some amazing cocktails and dishes. Curious George cocktail was a fun twist on whiskey and ginger. We loved the cheese plate and the beet salad with pistachio were our favorites ! The pork shank was terrific ! Scallops were perfect ! The ragu pasta was my full of flavor and the Brussels sprouts were delicious!
Knowing that Mr. De Niro appreciates high quality, I was expecting for this restaurant to be amazing, sadly, I was disappointed. Keep in mind, there were only maybe 4-5 tables occupied. The servers were all polite but not really attentive; it took about 20 minutes or more to finally figure out who our waitress was (we never got her name); she was nice but really did not do anything extraordinary. I was asked by this guy if I needed help with wine, and when I said yes, he said he was going to get the sommelier, but never did. the person whom I believe was the manager, who was really nice but again, never introduced herself, asked the same question and got one of the sommeliers, Marlon, to come talk to me. He did great with the wine suggestion, a 2013 turley, 'duarte,' contra costa county Zinfandel which was amazing, and came back maybe one more time to ask how things were. Again, nice enough folks but not what I was expecting.
The food was good but not extraordinary. We had the salmon tartare which was good, but nothing I would order again since it didn't have much flavor, and was nothing exceptional. The Arugula & Buffalo Mozzarella Salad was really good, as was the Onion Soup. The NY Strip steak was under seasoned for both my friend and I; I asked for mash potatoes and got Brussel sprouts, which to my luck, were probably the best thing we ate there - amazing. My son had the pork chop and said it was just ok. Deserts were good but I've had best in Chicago. The Tahitian Vanilla Crème Brûlée was really nice.
One thing they did do: we wanted a window table, which was not available when we got there, but as soon as one opened up, the person whom we think was the manager, came over to offer it - that was nice; so we moved. The girl who checked the coats was really attentive and nice.
Overall, for the price, you can eat somewhere else and pay a lot less for the same quality.
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.
What a disappointment. I've been to Tribeca Grill before and remember it was much better. We had to ask for a waiter to come to our table, and when one came she seemed annoyed. She took our drink order and then a different waiter came to our table to take our order again. They seemed very disorganized and the wait staff was inattentive. The food was OK, not great. My meal seemed like it sat on a warmer and had formed a dry layer on top. Certainly not what I would expect from a high end dining experience.
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