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Posted by Citigrouper on 08/24/2006
I've eaten at Tribeca Grill perhaps a dozen times over the past few years for Business lunches. It's pretty reliable fare and the service is good but the food lacks a flourish and the menu is getting old.
Posted by *michelle* on 07/31/2006
Although I am a native NYer, I had never been to the Tribeca Grill until this afternoon. My company had hired an intern from France, and since her month with us has come to a close, another co-worker and I decided to take her here for her farewell luncheon. Each of us ordered very different dishes, and each of us were 1000% satisfied. Everything from the service staff, to the food presentation, to the taste, and the desserts was **absolutely fabulous**!! My co-worker actually had said there was something 'so addictive' about the food to where you just couldn't put your fork down. I agree!! (My goat cheese ravioli was fantastic!!) It was a lovely, warm atmosphere and EXTREMEMLY well paced. (Our office is downtown on Broadway and our luncheon -door to door- only took us a little over 1.5 hrs.) I highly recommend the Tribeca Grill.... TWO THUMBS UP!! :)
Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2006
Wow..am i the only person who did not like this place. Went for restaurant week so maybe the choices were not the best on their menu. I had the duck confit for an appetizer and bass for my entree. I consider myself a pretty good semi gourmet cook and I think I could have made these two dishes with my eyes closed. No flavor ...too bad cause everything else was great..the service and staff at the front was great. Maybe these restaurants who participate in restaurant week should put their best dishes on their prix fixe menus and maybe get more return customers...
Posted by Peter on 05/23/2006
I am in sales. I worked in restaurants for 5 years before during and after college in various fine dining atmospheres and high-end wine bars as waiter, bartender and manager. I know what exceptional service is like. I know what good service is like. And now, since I have been to the Tribeca Grill not once, but twice actually, I know what horrible service is like. The wine list is incredible, and I used to know a $1M wine cellar backwards and forwards. The meals I had were impeccable and glorious. The architecture, the style of the interior, all top-notch. But jeez, the nights are far and few between that I as a former industry cohort feel as though tipping should be optional, except for my two nights at Tribeca Grill.
Posted by The Bethel Family on 04/22/2006
Situated in an area very reminiscent of London's Covent Garden the decor is in an art deco style that has been carefully designed to enhance but not overpower the atmosphere of the buildings commercial trading origins. A very friendly reception was given us on arrival which continued right throughout the evening from all front of house staff. The food was excellent ( although from personal taste I like to have a garlic 'kick' in a bouillabaisse stew) and imaginatively presented. One does not need to be wary about whether the celebrity ownership involvement in this establishment might be an excuse for less than high standards! Well worth adding to your 'must' eat here list.
Posted by Alan P on 02/11/2006
Booked to visit the restaurant on a sat nite and could only get a 7.30 slot so was happy that they were running a bit behind and we had to wait at the bar for 30 mins - which gave us the chance to have a drink and a chat. When we did get seated the staff apologised and gave us a free round of drinks. The waiter was very helpful and the food was served at a leisurely pace making the place feel very relaxed even though the restuarant was very busy. Food was great. Would visit again and hope that they're running behind again.
Posted by Uptowner on 02/01/2006
We eat out a lot but somehow had never made it to Tribeca Grill until a couple of nights ago. What a fabulous experience! It's hard to believe we were at the same place as the previous reviewer. For us, everything was perfect, the food, the service, the atmosphere. The quail appetizer was outstanding and the short ribs absolutely tender and delicious, the best I've had in a long time. Desserts were very good too. The room is very pleasant and lively, with a decent level of noise that allows you to maintain a conversation . The service is superb, attentive and professional without being intrusive. And last but not least, their wine list is very impressive with selections for every taste and pocket. No wonder they have remained a favorite for so many years! This was our first time but it will certainly not be the last. We are already looking forward to next time.