Nice food, pretty cool place. Everything to have a good night with friends or family. When at NY, you need to try Tribeca Grill.
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Had dinner there last night with my wife and another couple. I had expectations of a good meal. Was I wrong. The menu was somewhat limited. Sometimes you read a menu and there are multiple choices that you would consider. I had a hard time...More
Have been to this restaurant a number of times in the past. Returned last night for the first time for a few years. The restaurant decor hadn't noticeably changed. The restaurant still had a nice vibe. What was surprising though was that on a Friday...More
Okay we booked this place because of the RDN connection, however what a great choice. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the food was great. A vibrant atmosphere and great music helped make a most enjoyable evening. I would recommend this place if...More
Visit here on every New York trip since stumbling upon it a few years ago. This time just had drinks at the bar so cannot comment on food, but good service excellent cocktails and reasonable prices considering location etc. Inordinately be back on next visit.
Excellent food and service. Nice quite restaurant, although we were there early. I had the zucchini pesto pasta and it was great, and I love traditional pesto. Highly recommend this place.
What a disappointment. This turned out to be a tourist trap still trading on its reputaion, resing on its laurels of twenty years ago. Food was bland to bad, really awful cavatelli with lobster, avoud at all costs. But even worse was the service..erratic, disorganized...More
This restaurant is partly owned by Robert DiNero and at the right time of year is a haven for celebrities. Luckily for us we went in August with no celebrities. The food is simple and elegant. The cuisine is modern Italian. Great drinks and fantastic...More