Fine Dining Culture in Tribeca


From singular shopping, to the area's central location, to the luxury condos at The Woolworth Tower Residences, Tribeca affords an upscale lifestyle in all aspects. But a singular Tribeca attraction is undoubtedly its culinary scene, where restaurateurs from around the world have created a haven for epicures with a penchant for haute dishes. Continue reading for a few of our Tribeca epicurean favorites.

Nobu Downtown
While the brand has since expanded, you can always count on a visit to the original Nobu in Tribeca for an elevated take on sushi. Opened in the early 90s by Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro, Nobu has been a go-to spot for A-listers and well-heeled New Yorkers to indulge in world-class dishes. Try the ultrafresh tuna sashimi with hearts of palm and melt-in-your-mouth yellowtail rolls the next time you visit.

Transport yourself—and your taste buds—to a brasserie in Paris. Since 2018, Keith McNally acolytes and veteran chefs Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr have offered up bold takes on French bistro fare in this instantly popular restaurant. Dishes like suckling pig and whole rabbit satiate the appetite, while Frenchette's endlessly Instagrammable interiors sate lovers of interior design.

Temple Court
Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio's gorgeous Temple Court honors the culinary past of New York in the sumptuous confines of the Beekman Hotel. This magnificent landmark building serves as the perfect setting where diners can indulge in decadent dishes of lobster and lamb.

Contact The Woolworth Tower Residences sales team for more information on the remaining condos and penthouse and to learn more about living the Tribeca lifestyle in close proximity to the neighborhood's finest restaurants.