One of the many perks that come with living at The Woolworth Tower Residences: These luxury Tribeca condos rub shoulders with a host of fine dining establishments. We've hand-selected three.
Le Coucou | 138 Lafayette Street
Internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Rose garnered plaudits from the likes of the Michelin guide during his time in Paris, before returning to NYC and establishing Le Coucou. Every aspect of this dining experience — with its crisp white tablecloths, exposed brick, and elegant chandeliers — is meticulous, prompting one critic to praise the service as "among the best in the city." The Maine lobster with sauce au poivre and pommes dauphine is swoon-worthy.
Bâtard | 239 West Broadway
Brasserie classics performed with panache are what Bâtard does so well; from the tuna Niçoise starter to the veal loin with sweetbreads, this modern French restaurant is a Tribeca institution. Save room for the tangy lemon tart, served with pistachio granola, meringue, and praline ice cream. Special “off-the-beaten-track” vintages are for sale on the extensive wine list — from Burgundy to Champagne.
Marc Forgione | 134 Reade Street
Just seven minutes from the condominiums and penthouses at the Woolworth Building is Marc Forgione, a stellar showcase of New American cuisine putting local and seasonal ingredients in the limelight. For a romantic dinner date, we suggest sharing the signature Snowdance Farms Chicken Under a Brick, paired with a flinty Chablis.
Only two residences remain at The Woolworth Tower Residences, moments from these and many other fine dining experiences. Contact our team today to learn more.