Tribeca Citizen Restaurant Guide
Tre Sorelle
61 Reade St.
(bet. Church and Broadway)
212-619-1080
facebook.com/pages/Tre-Sorelle/268832199827117
Italian
Casual


As its name (“three sisters”) indicates, Tre Sorelle is a family affair. Sisters Antonia Pati, Marie Liotto, and Fran Cotona had two main goals: One was an Italian restaurant where the chefs are actually Italian (as are the owners, who were born in Calabria), and the second was to make a neighborhood restaurant. The affordable menu skews toward the classics, with a wide range of sandwiches for the many folks who work on the other side of Broadway. They converted a nondescript, bordering-on-scuzzy Chinese restaurant into something entirely new, with a 16-foot-high ceiling, a massive brick wall, handsome north-facing windows, and seating for 63 people. In the middle of the room is a wood-fired pizza oven, surrounded by counters and bar seating. Note: The name has been Franco-Americanized into tray sohr-ell. It’s now in the Tribeca pronunciation guide.

 

3 Comments

  1. Tre Sorelle is a wonderful addition to the neighborhood..delicious, authentic food…comfortable, classy atmosphere and friendly welcoming staff and management..very family friendly my daughter is a big fan of their amazing pizza already…my family can’t wait to go back again & again..it’s a must for all tribeca citizens….

  2. Great neighborhood spot, great pizza, attentive staff, I can always count on a good pizza here, have not ventured to far from that because it is so good but looking forward to sampling the rest of the menu!

  3. Horrible customer service. Cashier was very rude and the manager was even worse! Was charged $60 over what my bill actually was and they refused 2 refund any money, apologize or offer a slice of pizza for the inconveience. Would never go back there again!

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