EAT & DRINK
Beyond the profusion of expertly prepared variations on ethnic cuisine and fresh, local ingredients that typify contemporary Manhattan dining, a certain patina of worldly sophistication infuses even the most casual coffee spot with downtown dynamism and laid-back glamour.
134 Reade Street
Designed to look rustic, this Michelin-rated neighborhood eatery serves New American cuisine and ever-changing menu, based on the seasons and availability.
139 Duane Street
Simple and well-executed, this authentic Austrian “Wurst Haus” manages to feel both casual and upscale.
428 Greenwich Street
Sushi Azabu’s basement location adds to the feeling that you’ve discovered the best-kept secret around. (And you have.)
145 West Broadway
Often credited with making the neighborhood what it is today, The Odeon was a legendary artistic and literary hangout from the 1980s. Trendy restaurants come and go — this is an icon.
120 Hudson Street
Traditional American dishes from different regions with recipes that all originate from real families. They claim that the divulging of these recipes has caused family strife — we just know it’s delicious.
323 Greenwich Street
When it comes to Italian food — the choice is obvious, this long-standing Tribeca Italian eatery is the place to go and indulge. And, Gigino Trattoria makes almost all of its bread and pasta in-house.« All Tribeca Information