Located in Tribeca between Franklin & Greenwich Streets, Tribeca Grill radiates excitement and energy. Its association with hundreds of major media events has helped to make "The Grill" a classic New York social gathering place. Special events and benefits are held here for everyone from Nelson Mandela to Bruce Springsteen, and a steady stream of movie premieres adds to the restaurant's acclaim.
Tribeca Grill is owned by Oscar-winning actor Robert DeNiro in partnership with noted restaurateur Drew Nieporent, who also owns Tribeca's renowned three-star restaurant, Montrachet. Celebrity investors include Bill Murray, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Sean Penn, Ed Harris, Lou Diamond Philips and Christopher Walken.
The 8,000 square foot restaurant occupies the first two floors of the Tribeca Film Center building, and features a main dining area, Skylight Room, and Banquet Loft/special function & "party" room, and (multi-use) state-of-the-art Screening Room.
Chef Stephen Lewandowski's enticing menu emphasizes grilled and sautéed selections with cross-cultural creative influences of many different cuisines.
The focal point of the main dining room is an old Mahogany bar from Maxwell's Plum -- which together with exposed brick walls, and artworks by the late Robert DeNiro Sr., conveys a converted industrial warehouse look and feel. One's overall impression is that the space has been a restaurant for many decades, but in truth -- the restaurant opened in 1990. The landmark building's longest history was as a major factory for the Martinson Coffee Company.
Telephone: (212) 941-3900
Address: 375 Greenwich St
Cross Streets Franklin St.
Hours And Additional Info
Price: Expensive. About $31 to $50 per person.
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