• The Soul of a Restaurant


    As I walked through the streets of Tribeca recently, observing the urban hustle and bustle of this singular neighborhood we’ve inhabited for over thirty years, it was easy to see how much the area has changed. But what brings the neighborhood its enduring charm are restaurants like Tribeca Grill, Bâtard, and Nobu.


    Tribeca Grill is a warm, welcoming restaurant with good food and a Wine Spectator Grand Award-Winning Wine list. A restaurant with substance and integrity, it’s anchored the first two floors of the Tribeca Film Center for over 26 years.  From the welcome you receive at the front door, to the friendly service at the table, you experience what one journalist endearingly called “a neighborhood restaurant for the whole world.”


    Bâtard continues a tradition of excellence in the location that once housed Montrachet and Corton. Last year it earned the James Beard Award for Best New Restaurant in America, as well as three stars from The New York Times and a Michelin star. The restaurant embodies casual elegance, with stunning food and wine in a comfortable, unpretentious setting. Chef Markus Glocker’s modern European cuisine is vibrant, accessible and an excellent value.


    Nobu New York and Nobu Next Door helped introduce the world to New Style Japanese cuisine. The diverse menu is beautifully plated; the flavors are memorable and riveting, and yet remarkable in their simplicity. 


    What links these restaurants is professionalism and pride in offering each guest a mini-vacation from the cares of the world. When you dine with us, you are catered to and entertained, while enjoying comfort and a sense of well-being. At the soul of a restaurant are many dedicated people who work very hard to bring this experience to you. And every single day, they do it very well.


    -- Tracy Nieporent, Partner and Director of Marketing

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