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Bouley

163 Duane Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.964.2525
http://www.davidbouley.com

When speaking of superb French dining, mega-star Chef David Bouley has taken his rightful place as king of New York's 5-star restaurant circuit. The elegant setting is nothing short of regal. And the food is truly incomparable. From squab to risotto to the pleasures of Bouley's renowned tasting menu, it is never the wrong place for a special evening out.


 

Bubby's

120 Hudson Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.219.0666
http://bubbys.com

A genuine diner right in the middle of TriBeCa's ultra-hipness. The brunch scene is lively with families and singles alike. Enjoy the traditional diner fare with an edge.


 

Kori

253 Church Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.334.0908
http://www.korinyc.com

Korean food in an area not known for it – and it’s quite good. The food here is simple and fresh. Classic meat dishes and stews complimented by an interesting selection of drinks and desserts. Great food, great prices.


 

Locanda Verde

379 Greenwich Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.925.3797
http://locandaverdenyc.com/

Robert De Niro's Greenwich Street space (formerly Ago) has changed with the times, bringing in an expert crew–handpicked from the city's best restaurants–to serve family-style small plates (the sheep's milk ricotta crostini gets raves) for casual dining and crowd-pleasers like porchetta, grilled octopus and garlic-crusted chicken. Italian-accented breakfasts and brunches offer a great excuse to linger and watch the TriBeCa street scene through floor-to-ceiling windows and sidewalk cafe tables on warm summer days.


 

Nobu

40 West 57th Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.757.3000
http://www.noburestaurants.com

A special place for a special occasion, the uptown location showcases Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's legendary new-style Japanese cuisine including innovative dishes cooked in a wood burning oven or at the hibachi table.


 

Odeon

145 West Broadway
New York City, NY 10013
212.233.0507
http://theodeonrestaurant.com

If anyone dares to challenge the mystique that is Nobu, it's this SoHo stalwart. Once the center of all things downtown, it has made its way back from the pale days of the 1990s thanks to the gals of “Sex and the City”. Great American fare cooked up with a twist of downtown cool, the burgers, fries and sandwiches are always sure to please the hungry hipster.


 

Tribeca Grill

375 Greenwich Street
New York City, NY 10013
212.941.3900
http://www.myriadrestaurantgroup.com/tribecagrill/index.html

This is where the Nobu crowd goes when they're looking for a fix of red meat. Sizzling steaks and short rib draw in a mixed crowd ranging from media moguls to finance folks. The food is always excellent and who would pass up the chance to dine across the room from the likes of Demi Moore?

 

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