Top 5 to visit while in New York

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca


    377 Greenwich St (between Franklin St & Moore St) New York City 10013
    (212) 925-3797
  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca


    62 Thomas St. New York City NY
    Freshness is the theme here at Megu in the Tribeca area of New York. Every dish is prepared with top-notch freshness and quality in mind. This standard is extended right down to the wasabi root the waiter will rub your fresh wasabi from for you. It is no wonder that Megu is at the top of many people's lists when it comes to sushi in New York.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca

    Cuisine:French, Italian, Steakhouse

    179 W Broadway (between Leonard & Worth Streets) New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 343 3883
    Landmarc is a restaurant that because of the execution of the dishes, the wonderful atmosphere, and the delightful service, is a favorite among many native New Yorkers. At Landmarc you'll find deliciously charred steaks with a variety of sauces to choose from, daily pastas like the buttery linguine con vongole, and even plump mussels cooked in a delectable sauce. Paired with the extensive wine li ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca


    120 West Broadway (At Duane Street) New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 964 2525
    Great chef David Bouley has a reputation to keep, he is known to be rather obstreperous, but there is one thing he is famous for and that is for keeping a brilliant kitchen – seeking out new frontiers of flavor. Although the owner of a restaurant empire, his namesake and flagship restaurant – Bouley, is what fine dining is all about. Sensational seasonal creations include Jasmine tea smoked salmon ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca


    110 Reade Street Between West Broadway and Church Street New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 267 1777
    Appealing wheatgrass, soothing green and bamboo décor makes Nam appear what it is. Neither too Tribeca trendy-chic nor too cheap and cheerful; just the right Vietnamese hip and at just the right US$ price. As with many evocative items, all good things come in small packages no matter what the Texas beef baron may tell us. Vietnam street-inspired food is soft rice-paper rolls deep fried (cha gio), ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca

    Cuisine:Japanese, Japanese Sushi

    105 Hudson Street (at Franklin Street) New York City NY 10013
    +1 212 219 0500
    For those who appreciate a quiet, unrushed authentic Japanese meal in a tastefully serene setting Nobu is the place. With delightful décor and a tasting menu which rates as one of the best we have come across, Nobu impresses long before the main course. Their almost legendary Black Cod is the epitome of the Japanese culinary art as is their dreamy miso soup. The Sushi and tempura is tantalizing an ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca

    Cuisine:Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian, Japanese, Japanese Ramen, Japanese Soba/Udon

    241 Church St (between Leonard St & Worth St) New York City NY 10013
    (212) 925-0202
    Matsugen may be Jean-Georges Japanese attempt to correct his haute-Chinese failure, but this is not supposed to be a restaurant, it is supposed to be a noodle/sushi/shabu-shabu bar with a nice selection of sake. The kitchen is operated by three noodle maestro's the brothers Matsushita, and the specialty is soba. This is made fresh every day in three different varieties, coarse, medium husk, and no ... read more >

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