There are aspects of Almond Tribeca that you won’t find at the outposts in Bridgehampton or the Flatiron District: Some of the recipes have been tweaked, and the menu includes a small plates section. For the most part, however, it sticks to what makes the other Almonds popular—a French/New American menu that’s more about pleasing diners than making waves. The room is airy and comfortable, with a longer bar than at Kutsher’s, the previous tenant; there’s seating for around 110 total, including at the bar and raw bar. Kids are definitely welcome. A nice touch: The check-in desk, a sideboard, and service stations came from the Harrison. Closed July 2016.