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brushstroke - New York, NY

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Best

After a great dinner at Brushstroke, a great place to go is The Griffin to Michael Fredo's Wednesday night party. They have a great show and an open bar from 8-9:30. Free admissi...

Worst

I cannot explain to you how obsssed I am with going out to eat, and how excited I was to go to dine there at it was nothing but a dissapointment.. For starters, after sending them...

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Bouley 3/24/2006

Wonderful! Perfect! Cozy and incredible food, lovely and.. did I say perfect yet? This place and Daniel are my two favorite restaurants in the city so far. While Daniel is more romantic and date-like.. Bouley is somehow more comfy, and the kind of place you can meet your bf/gf's parents at for the first time (wink!), without feeling overly constrained. Everything I had here was delicious, and because it was my bf's birthday, they brought out an entire table's full of cake and random goodies at the end. Very expensive, but also wonderful! (Random: There are free apples in the lobby for you to take at the end.. I guess if you pick enough of them you can sell them and try to make back some of the money you spent at dinner!). more

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Bouley 3/23/2006

Good atmosphere, impeccable service, high prices, comfortable dining, and great food. this downtown restaurant looks like a farm house (more elaborate and decorated) that makes you feel at home. i went for lunch because they have a prix-fixe lunch menu but it is still on the expensive side (not the usual $20 for 3 courses). one very nice thing is that when you leave, they send you home with dessert on the house! more

Perfect Dining 8/19/2005

The food, the service, the atmosphere: everything about this place was chosen and perfected divinely. The staff was extra attentive and we were no less than overwhelmed with all of the courses that were brought to our table over the course of the meal (including a variety of sorbet between every single course). Splurge because it's worth it - one of the best meals you will have anywhere. Period. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Tall tabletop candles cast an amber glow across the small dining room, making everyone--amorous couples, business diners and casual Tribeca regulars--look their very best. Light glints off gold Klimt-esque paintings, and mosaics spiral across the ochre walls in a busy, Belle Epoque pattern. Few fine dining rooms are this comfortable; with plush velvet curtains and high-backed settees, it's easy to surrender to the sumptuous service.

    The Food
    Executive Chef Mario Lohninger (a Munich-trained Wolfgang Puck alum) prepares David Bouley's Austrian classics and "modern eclectic" dishes with finesse. Wiener schnitzel, a puffy cloud of crisp crumb-encasing juicy veal, and fork-tender, spicy beef goulash, are nonpareil. Innovations are just as assured, from the simple Carinthia cheese ravioli with wild mushrooms to the caviar-topped sturgeon, beautifully matched with a bright green spinach-vodka sauce. Menus feature seasonal picks, like sweet corn-foie gras brulee. And desserts, such as the gigantic chocolate-hazelnut soufflé, are unequivocally over the top.

  • 12/19/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Discover, Diner's Club, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Tribeca
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