Tataki is in Tribeca, so it’s a good, inexpensive alternative to your bi-annual Sugarfish lunch. The menu has a bunch of outrageously named rolls, including the Naughty Girl (which is wrapped in pink soy paper) and the After Sex roll (which has king crab and costs $20). Instead of those, we’d suggest sticking to basic things like the salmon rolls and some really good gyoza.
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Two Hands Restaurant & Bar
The Tribeca outpost of Two Hands is a full-blown restaurant that's open through dinner, and serves alcohol. It's a useful all-day neighborhood spot.
Family friendly, celeb-heavy and aesthetically pleasing, Bubby’s represents its Tribeca zip code hard. This is It’s one of the better known Chronic Brunch spots around town.
Macao Trading Co.
"Look for the red lantern," instructs the Macao Trading Co. website. This is how you will know you have reached your destination - the Portuguese colony of Macao circa 1952, "a fugitive's heaven from which there is no turning back." Awesome. We're apparently having dinner at Universal Studios tonight.
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Shigure is a sake bar in Tribeca with small plates and the ideal volume level for when you’re sick of the fancy cocktail scene.
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Kanoyama serves some of the best sushi you’ll find for the money in the East Village, and maybe all of Manhattan.
Sushi Seki Chelsea
The Chelsea Sushi Seki outpost is bigger and badder than the original. Aside from the decor differences, everything appears to be exactly the same.
Blue Ribbon Sushi
Looking for the perfect downtown sushi spot to take people when you’re not the one paying the bill? Blue Ribbon is your joint.
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