Tribeca Grill has been a landmark of the Lower Manhattan dining scene since its doors opened in 1990. This veteran Manhattan grill is co-owned by Robert de Niro and restauranteur Drew Nieporent along with a host of notable investors, including Sean Penn, Bill Murray, and Christopher Walken, to name a few. Its celebrity influence makes Tribeca Grill a popular dining spot for the artists and foodies of Tribeca.
Great Dining and a Classic Atmosphere
Like many business in the post-industrial neighborhood, Robert de Niro's Tribeca restaurant is in a converted warehouse, the antique wooden bar central to the design. The environment is open and comfortable, good for people-watching while you dine and drink. Classic recipes keep the menu simple and reliable: favorites like scallops, pasta, and steak are dependably delicious. Their wine list, however, is impressively diverse; since 2002, Tribeca Grill has earned Wine Spectator's Grand Award, their highest distinction. Whether you are in the mood for a midday refreshment or a bold choice to pair with your evening meal, Tribeca Grill’s friendly staff provide a variety of options.
Tribeca Grill and Tribeca's Renaissance
Tribeca has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years, reputed for its celebrity inhabitants and picturesque location. Robert de Niro played a significant part in revitalizing the neighborhood with the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002, bringing a focus on the arts to the historic area. Throughout that period of evolution, the Tribeca Grill has been a steady presence in the neighborhood, its sophisticated vibe holding true through the waxing and waning of Tribeca's popularity. Zagat rates the Tribeca Grill at 4.3, citing attentive staff and a lengthy list of wines among its strengths.
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