In a city with more than 4,000 restaurants, I’ve always been challenged to find a good wine bar — and by good I mean one where the wine selection is as good as the food. In TriBeCa, though, I didn’t have to wander far to find just that.
Terroir TriBeCa is popular among Financial District Happy Hour goers who come in droves and while the wine menu is a bit dizzying, I’m happy to leave that to David and focus on the food which is simple and tasty.
Wooden high top tables, bench seating and low lighting offer an ideal setting to unwind after work, catch up with friends or spend a casual date night.
What We Ate: We have a few staples that we order every time we go: Calamari Salad with smoked chickpeas, olives, celery and lemon; Dandelion Greens salad with hard boiled egg, garlic and bread crumbs; Tomato, Basil and Egg Bruschetta
When We Dined: Light Dinner, Thursday
Also On The Healthy Side: Arugula Salad, Farro Salad, Pickled Veggies, Marinated Olives, Asparagus Frittata
24 Harrison Street.
New York, NY10013.
212 625 WINE.