Tribeca Grill, the downtown destination, celebrated for its Grand Award-winning Wine List and robust fare, is introducing a new wine and dine opportunity, Burger & Burgundy. It’s simple. Choose a bottle; order your FREE burger*; enjoy your Burger & Burgundy!
Click here to view the wines and menu!
Spearheaded by Wine Director David Gordon, and Head Sommelier Daniel Jung, Burger & Burgundy brings together the delicious pairing of a bottle of red or white burgundy from the restaurant’s revered wine list together with Tribeca Grill’s Daily Burger. Daniel and David have curated a special list of ready to drink hidden gems from our 2000 bottle wine list for this promotion. http://www.myriadrestaurantgroup.com/restaurants/tribeca/wine.php. These are all prized wines going back to 1990 offered at a great value. *Guests choose one FREE burger per person, with up to two burgers per bottle.
Burger & Burgundy is served at Lunch and on the Midday menu. At Dinner it is available at the bar.
For reservations, please call (212) 941-3900 or online at http://www.myriadrestaurantgroup.com/restaurants/tribeca/index.php#reservations
Tribeca Grill is proud to be prominently featured in the October 2017 issue of the Wine Spectator, highlighting “New York City- An Insider’s Guide for Wine and Food Lovers.” We have once again earned the prestigious Grand Award, and are honored to be in the company of just 9 other NYC restaurants who have this distinction including, Daniel, Eleven Madison Park, Jean-Georges, The Modern, Per Se, and the other Grand Award winners. Tribeca Grill has earned the Grand Award every year since 2002.
By Tracy Nieporent
Tribeca Grill listed on Wine Spectator's New York City's Top Restaurant Wine Lists.
The World of Fine Wine just released its 2016 picks for World's Best Wine Lists. We're honored to be recognized with the highest rating of a three-star award.
"For the past quarter-century, the vinous offering at Tribeca, with its superb collection of California, Burgundy, and the Rhône the pick of its wide-ranging international selection, has been at the head of the pack...Plus the prices are really moderate in comparison with some of the other top lists in this competition."
Click here for the entire article.
Thanks to The Daily Meal for the recognition!
"We liked the way this list starts with about three dozen bottles described as 'Dave's Picks' — uniquely beautiful, ready-to-drink wines…at sensible prices. Dave would be the restaurant's wine director, David Gordon, who has chosen an interesting group for this purpose."
This year, Tribeca Grill celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a celebration attended by its neighbors, friends, and family and New York Magazine got an inside look. Guests were treated to bites by Tribeca Grill's current and past chefs, along with wine selections by some of the city's best sommeliers and TG alums. To view the full piece, click here.
Years ago, Tribeca Grill's Wine Director David Gordon and (at the time) Montrachet's Daniel Johnnes began a tradition that still lives on today and was featured in The New York Times this week. Last week, a group of New York's top sommeliers came together at Peking Duck House, with wines in hand and ready to continue the tradition. Patrick Cappiello, currently wine director at Rebelle and Pearl and Ash, formerly a Trieca Grill employee, now hosts the get togethers about once a month.
"The tradition began 25 years ago with two of Cappiello’s mentors, Daniel Johnnes and David Gordon, who worked within walking distance at the now-closed Montrachet and the TriBeCa Grill. “We used to bring customers who we’d enjoy spending a little time with,” Johnnes says. In 2001, Gordon extended a Peking Duck House lunch invite to Cappiello, then brand-new to New York and working for Gordon as a waiter. The guest list — originally “just four or five of us,” says Capiello — has grown as the ranks of the city’s sommeliers have swelled. But not much else has changed, including the four-course menu."
Read the full piece here.
In a recent piece by New York Post detailing the varying (and often overpriced) cost of wine in restaurants around New York, Tribeca Grill is highlighted as one of a "handful of places that don't inflate prices over time just because they can."
David Gordon, wine director for Myriad Restaurant Group, is quoted in the article describing the price of a 1996 Château Lafite, which goes for $1,500 at Tribeca Grill instead of $4,000 at other restaurants.
Tribeca Grill's Wine Spectator Grand-Award winning list can be found here.
To read the full piece, click here.
Following weeks of reader-submitted votes, Tribeca Grill was voted as one of the "Top 10 Best Celebrity-Owned Restaurants" in USA Today's Readers' Choice Travel Awards.
"Dozens of film credits and awards to his name evidently are not enough for consummate actor Robert De Niro, who has been a solid force behind this popular downtown Manhattan institution for more than 20 years. Hangout for the likes of the late James Gandolfini, Meryl Streep and De Niro himself, Tribeca Grillpledges allegiance to hearty American cuisine and an award-winning global wine list. Consistent and classic, its menu holds a steady course amid the turbulent waters of food trends."
To see the full list, click here.
On Sunday, April 5, join us at Tribeca Grill for Easter brunch or dinner. We'll be serving special 3-course prix-fixe menus, ranging in price from $39-65 at brunch and $59-79 at dinner, depending on entreé choice. Featured items include Spring Lamb Chops with Spaetzle, Heirloom Vegetables & Mint Salsa Verde, Seared Sea Scallops with Morels, Asparagus, Cauliflower Mousse & Truffle Vinaigrette among other great options.
Reservations are filling up quickly, book your table today! To make a reservation, click here or call 212.941.3900.
To view our Easter Brunch menu, click here.
To view our Easter Dinner menu, click here.
To celebrate the final season of AMC'S "Mad Men", Tribeca Grill is teaming up with NYC & Company and AMC for "Mad Men Dining Week" From 3/23 to 3/29, Tribeca Grill will be offering a special two-drink special, featuring our Mississippi Mule and Old Fashioned cocktails.
Join us and don't forget to share your experience using #TheEndOfAnEra. Click here for more information!
Eater recently named Tribeca Grill one of their "New York's Most Influential Wine Restaurants, Past and Present"! Not only is Tribeca Grill on the list, but Montrachet, another Myriad restaurant (now Batard), is also included among the other legendary restaurants.
Read about both Montrachet and Tribeca Grill's inclusion as well as the impressive alumni who've come from both restaurants.
Tribeca Grill was named one of the 12 Best Restaurants in New York for Wine! "Over the years, the wine director David Gordon has put together a wonderful list of older bottles that are gently priced. In one area, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, I’ve never seen a deeper list", described Eric Asimov, wine critic for The Times in the article from October 8, 2013.
Tribeca Grill is one of only seven NYC Restaurants in 2013 to have been awarded The Grand Award by The Wine Spectator, its highest rating. The other restaurants include 21, Daniel, Eleven Madison Park, Per Se, Veritas, and Del Posto.
Every Mon-Fri, 5-7 pm Happy Hour at the bar!