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About Permanently Closed - Tribeca Tavern Falls
This restaurant is permanently closed. Permanently Closed - Welcome to Tribeca Tavern. Proud to be a North Carolina company, we celebrate the vibrant communities we serve and are committed to upholding the highest standards in the quality of our products and the local causes we support. We pledge to offer you a delightful experience complete with our signature Tribeca hospitality.
Whether you're drinking the crafty brews created by our sister establishment, The Mash House Brewery, or you're enjoying entrees prepared in our from-scratch kitchens, you can count on handcrafted flavors with a dash of homegrown flair.
We look forward to serving you many times over, be it for family nights out, dinners for two, game-watching afternoons, or private parties and corporate events. Enjoy!
Raleigh, NC 27609
American, Burgers, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Sunday & Monday: 11am-9pm, Bar Open til 10pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11am-10pm, Bar Open til 11pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am-11pm, Bar Open til 12am
Spring Forest Rd
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Tribeca Tavern now offers off-site catering and delivery services for Cary, Raleigh and the surrounding areas. From business lunches to holiday parties to reception dinners, let us bring local to you!
Spacious parking lot with additional parking available directly across from Harris Teeter.
Private Party Facilities:
From small cocktail socials to elaborate corporate dinners, Tribeca Tavern can provide a memorable event with our local flair and hand-crafted entrees. Our three private dining areas can accommodate 23-50 people and can be personalized specifically for you. We do not charge a private dining room fee.
Private Party Contact:
Chris Beal: (919) 790-9992
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tribeca Tavern Falls - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
The prime rib on New Year's eve was beyond words. It was better than anything I have eaten in Raleigh, even at the high end max dollar steak houses. The waitress was very attentive but not overly so. Everything about the dinner was great and I do not ordinarily comment unless I have a bad experience.
We were meeting some friends for dinner and arrived a bit early, so we were seated in a booth and waited for them to arrive. Before our friends arrived, however, we asked to move as the booth was very uncomfortable. It felt like we were sitting in a hole and the seat back was rigid and thinly padded as well. The staff at the desk happily moved us, however.
Our server, Marina, was very good and quite attentive without overdoing things.
My wife and friends enjoyed their meals, but mine was sub-par. I ordered the fish and chips and they were, quite frankly, not good. The fish was fried too long and very greasy. The coating was quite salty as well. The chips (french fries) were a congealed lump of warm (as in not hot) of greasy floppy potato. I think I may have eaten only a couple. If McDonalds can get fries right, I would expect a restaurant this much further up the scale could execute them at least as well, but apparently not.
I was very disappointed with the meal and did let Marina know the fish was not very good, but nothing came of it. To be honest, I was not expecting anything, so that was fine with me.
Picked out this place due it's description as a "neighborhood pub" sort of place. Very upscale (but casual) for a neighborhood pub. Outstanding beer & wine selection, especially the NC craft beers. Bison burgers, elk burgers, other out-of-the-ordinary food offerings. Great bar with TV's.
Not over the top sports like a Buffalo Wild Wings, but just enough TV's so you can watch your team while enjoying a great meal.
Best burgers - beef is ground fresh each day, and you can tell. Variety of special toppings - try something new and enjoy. Entree salads are pretty good as well. Prices are okay - seems like everything is About a dollar too much. Mash House (Fayetteville) beer is regularly on tap at a reasonable price, usually with one at a special price for the day. Watch out for the guest taps - the prices are much higher than they should be.
The food is good but the service and friendliness and attitudes of the front desk and wait staff are particularly noteworthy.
In particular Andy (the Red Head ) provided competent, friendly, and effective service which added to the overall enjoyment of our meal. Thanks Andy.
Had a reservation, yet the restaurant closed at 4pm. I understand why they closed and that is not the issue. The issue is they should have contacted everyone with a reservation so that we don't show up thinking the restaurant is open. Common hospitality goes a long way in the hospitality business.
The waiter was horrible! He was loud and obnoxious. We had a large group of women and I guess he felt the need to show off. As the Organizer of the get together, I had to tell him he had to bring it down a few notches so he did. He was offended but at least we could enjoy the rest of our time there.
Our food was delicious. He royally messed up the bills and took about 4 or 5 trips back and forth to the registers to get them right. He should've asked for help from management or a co-worker after the 1st time.
If the food wasn't so good, I would say that I'd never go here again. I will definitely return but will NEVER allow that young man to come anywhere near me or my party.
We have been to Tribeca Tavern many times and this was a great time to celebrate two family birthdays. Food was great, waiter was very attentive, only thing was children at another table were not really told to be quiet by their parents, no fault of Tribeca. Would go again.
This is a decent spot for pub food and the selection of hamburgers is good. However, the hamburger trimmings left much to be desired, the side dishes were sparse and generally not good, and the service was mediocre. There are better taverns and better burger in the Research Triangle area.
We have dined here before and the food was okay. The first time I ordered double vegetables as my sides to the salmon I ordered, and only got one serving and my friend order fries with his fish tacos and they were cold but the manager re-order those items and the food was good. Based on that visit we returned with a friend. Since the fish tacos were good last time we both ordered fish tacos. This time the tacos were awful. Between the two orders of fish tacos we did not even get a whole piece of fish and different from last time the fish had no taste at all and fries on both orders were cold again. We also order an appetizer of chicken nachos. The nachos were burned and definitely not worthy of $11.00. When we inquired about he nachos being burnt, the manager said that was the way they come. I have had nachos at lots of restaurants and they don't cost 11.00 and its so much on a plate we rarely eat them all and they not burnt and the cheese is melted.
Not only was the food horrible but our waiter had a terrible odor. Imagine not being able to enjoy food that was already terrible and having to endure someone serving your food smelling awful.
Needless to say we won't be returning to this restaurant.
Four of us met for dinner. Three of the meals were great. I ordered the turkey burger with sweet potatoe fries. The burger was dry and tasteless and except for the top couple of sweet potatoes the rest were cold and limp. The waiter said he would send the manager over. Shortly thereafter the bill came, the other couple paid the entire bill and we assumed that my meal had been comped. We later found out it had not nor did we ever see the manager. Dissappointed.
We've been here many times before, but this time one of our meals was not prepared properly. The guest ate about half of it and when the waiter asked is she wanted a box, she said no and began to show him what was wrong with the meal. He said he would send a manager over right away. The bill came, but a manager did not. I assumed the waiter had taken care of an adjustment and we did not need to see the manager. Turns out nothing was done to adjust the bill and we did not get to talk to a manager. I will say that I was surprised how few people were there on the Saturday before Father's Day. I read a review somewhere else very similar to mine and that review indicated the restaurant was closing. If that is true I can see why. There are many places to dine in North Raleigh and this place needs to adjust it's customer service plan or they will be closing.
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