Where Do You Like to Eat Around Here?

Tribeca Citizen Restaurant GuideThe Tribeca Citizen Restaurant Guide has been freshly updated with 25 new restaurants. You can always find the guide by clicking the homemade icon (pictured at right) in the right column of every page on the site. So where are you going to eat tonight?

Added since the last Restaurant Guide update:
Antique Garage
Bliss Bowl (formerly Yorganic)
Blue Ribbon Federal Grill (fried chicken sandwich pictured above)
Canal Street Market
Del Frisco’s Grille
Five & Dime
Harry & Ida’s Luncheonette
Humble Fish
Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
La Mercerie at Roman and Williams Guild
Nobu Downtown
Perpetuum Café
Poke Green
75 Club
Shoji at 69 Leonard
The Wooly Public
Vin Sur Vingt
Zona Tribeca (formerly Dahlia’s)

Bar Cyrk (but it might reopen)
Little Muenster
Nobu Next Door
Simit + Smith
Tribeca’s Cornerstone
Wicked Juice and Kitchen



  1. Thank you for the Guide!

    In TriBeCa, our favorite spot is Petrarca. Great Italian food, although a bit expensive (at least compared to what we are used to from the East Village; apparently these prices are normal for TriBeCa!). Always a consistently great meal there, fresh pastas are fantastic, service is excellent, atmosphere just right.

    Nearby favorite: Buddha Bodai on Mulberry. Vegan Asian.

    Have not had much luck finding good vegan options in TriBeCa. Any recommendations welcome! (Petrarca has some vegan pasta options, since even pastas are not necessarily vegan)

    Maybe adding “vegan” and/or “vegetarian” categories to the Restaurant Guide? Although I fear those may be empty menus at the moment…but might encourage an intrepid restauranteur to open a new veg place!

  2. In TriBeca – we keep finding ourselves going back to South’s or Woodrow’s for burgers; Max, Ecco or Scalini Fedeli for Italian, American Cut for Steak & Bubby’s for Brunch.

    Best happy hours: Greenwich St Tavern, Sarabeth’s & Terrior

    Of the new list – I was very impressed with Wooly Public (esp the atmosphere), Harry & Ida’s and Blue Ribbon Federal Grill.

    The new restaurants that have moved in are more miss/ripoff than hit, IMO.

    R.I.P Cornerstone Grill. I still <3 you.