The decor will impress you and the cuisine will amaze you, but the prices may cause a little heartburn. Megu is expensive, but still my number one choice for a splurge meal in New York City.
Nobu is a Tribeca legend and still one of the best Japanese restaurants in the world after almost fifteen years of wowing downtown NYC diners.
Co-owned by actor Robert DeNiro and restaurateur Drew Nieporent, Tribeca Grill has been a neighborhood favorite and a celebrity hangout since 1990.
Chef David Bouley's flagship restaurant offers a romantic ambiance and award-winning French cuisine in a new location overlooking Duane Park.
At landmarc [tribeca], the decor is rustic and the American cuisine is hearty but decidedly upscale.
The Harrison is famous for its excellent seasonal comfort food and friendly service.
The Odeon was a favorite hangout of the rich and fabulous in the 1980s and still a great place for a bistro meal. You'll probably recognize the exterior from the cover of Jay McInerney's Bright Lights, Big City.