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Terroir Tribeca

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  • Small Plates/Tapas, Wine Bar, Mediterranean
  • 24 Harrison St, New York NY10013 40.718912 -74.009985
  • (Btwn Greenwich & Staple St)
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  • (212) 625-9463
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

3.815
Food 3.8 Value 3.5
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 625-9463
Website:
www.wineisterroir.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Happy Hour Daily: 4pm-7pm
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 4pm-1am Sun: 4pm-11pm
Serves:
Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, Trendy, Happy Hour, Bar Scene, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by anonymous on 03/31/2014

    great place

    good wines, nice atmosphere

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by PaulQ on 10/07/2011

    Value just not there

    Went here with a friend on a Wednesday night. They have a great wine selection and have some decent enough happy hour specials. However, I wouldn't go here if you're hungry because it will not fill you up. They have some food specials which are way overpriced for what you get ($10 for 3 rissotto balls??). Also, they have some "entrees" which have no sides. How can you have a steak with no sides? I would only go here for a drink or two after work and then proceed to have a proper dinner elsewhere. Simply not worth the time and effort to make this your main destination.

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by Donut lover on 07/23/2011

    Donuts and bruschetta

    NY Magazine voted theirs the best donuts and they sure are yummy. For savory, the bruschetta are hard to best. Wine plus food plus energy.... A great wine bar.

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by Reese on 04/15/2011

    Plan to eat out afterwards

    You will feel trendy after spending some time here, but you'll still be hungry. Plan to bring a dictionary so you can understand what's on the menu.

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by happy diner on 06/12/2010

    Great informal food and wine

    The staff here is knowledgeable and very friendly and the atmosphere has lots of charm. You can eat a fantastic appetizer or panino for under $10 and get the perfect glass of wine to go with it! I loved the risotto balls, the meatballs, the bruschetta, the salad -- everything I had, really. People who like quiet may want to dine early. It gets lively later on. But that kind of goes with the territory. This wine bar is a notch above and much bigger than the one in the East Village. Terrific! I'll be back!

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by empath3000 on 05/25/2010

    This is a great addition to the neighborhood!

    The food is tasty, especially the meatball and roast pork sandwiches. The wine list is solid, especially by the glass, and the staff is capable of helping you get the glass of wine you want. The fact that it's larger than the EV branch also makes it much easier to get into without waiting.

  • Terroir Tribeca

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/17/2010

    better wine bars .. including the other Terroir

    I wanted to like this place, especially since I live in the neighborhood. The place is way too loud. You literally have to scream to hear the person sitting right across from you at a table. The stools are quite uncomfortable and the food was just okay. The staffers either seem to be terribly stuffy or just overly peppy. I've been a few times, and probably won't be back.

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