Over the past two decades or so, the loft-filled, Hudson River-adjacent neighborhood of Tribeca has utterly transformed — the number of extremely luxurious apartments, celebrity inhabitants, and thus excellent restaurants, have all exponentially increased. Thanks in part to the latter two additions to the area, dining around here is best enjoyed with deep pockets and/or expense accounts, but there are some lower-priced options, too.
The range of cuisines, many housed in special-feeling spaces, has become pretty impressive: There are French brasseries both comfortingly traditional and delightfully unconventional; difficult-to-find Laotian cuisine; multiple lowkey Italian joints; and both Korean barbecue and karaoke far south of Koreatown. Ahead, 17 savvy places to enjoy a delicious meal in Tribeca.
Note: Restaurants on this map are arranged geographically, from north to south.Read More