After some time away from the NYC scene (interspersed by a snowstorm, a birthday party, and pretty much none-stop work) – it is officially time to hit the scene as a family back in New York City. (You might have seen me write previously about my girl’s night out at Palma, and I kid you not… that was pretty much ALL I’ve really gotten to do this year so far! Crazy huh).
We caught up with some friends of ours over at the Tribeca Grill, which has been a long-standing establishment in the neighborhood best known for Robert De Niro (who is the co-owner). For some reason, I’ve never been here (strange but true), so when doing my research (our friends lived in the area), it hit me that this would be the perfect venue for a meet-up. It’s tucked away on Greenwich Street (arguably one of the prettier streets in Tribeca), and boasts some very impressive personal touches. For starters, the exposed brick walls showcase artwork done by De Niro’s father (since my father is an artist, I have a particular affinity towards these fine details).
The cuisine is New American, the service quite attentive, and we got there when it wasn’t very crowded (to be fair the restaurant never got super cramped, which we liked, and it’s also nice to be inside somewhere so spacious). In my view, you can’t really go wrong when doing family dining in Tribeca (see previous post on the Tribeca Grand, which more recently Brunch at Tribeca Grill.
Happy Sunday everybody!! Congrats to the Denver Broncos for winning the Super Bowl tonight (and to Beyonce for not falling on stage).