Where to Eat During the Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival starts this week, and many of the screenings and events are once again in greater Tribeca. Which is good news! The neighborhood is on firmer ground than right after 9/11, when the festival was founded, but local businesses could still use a bump.

This area, and the restaurant scene in particular, is always changing. The Tribeca Citizen Restaurant Guide can help: It includes descriptions, photos, and the ability to search by cuisine, newness, fanciness, and location. You can always find it by clicking on this spiky icon in the right column of every page on Tribeca Citizen.

Recent additions:
The Bennett (pictured above)
Café Altro Paradiso
Rosa Mexicano
Sacco & Vanzetti Bistro
Two Hands Restaurant & Bar (not open for dinner yet)
Wicked Juice and Kitchen

Azabu, f.k.a. Daruma-Ya (the downstairs sushi bar, also called Azabu, is still open)
Banh Mi
Café Noir
Cercle Rouge
City Hall
Mangez Avec Moi
Pakistan Tea House (Baluchi’s says it’s reopening PTH someday)