Restaurants

Tastes of: Seafood

What better way to welcome — hopefully — some warmer weather than with some seafood at Taste of Tribeca? The offerings will include:

  • Distilled (W. Broadway and Franklin): Tuna Crudo, Burnt Scallion, Tonnato Radish
  • Landmarc (W. Broadway between Leonard and Worth): House Cured Salmon with Pickled Onions, Mustard Seed, and Dill Crème Fraîche
  • Cercle Rouge (W. Broadway between White and Walker): Pain Bagnat, Preserved Tuna with Niçoise Vegetables on a Small Bun
  • Los Americanos (Church between Walker and Lispenard): Seafood Tamale
  • Megu (Thomas between W. Broadway and Church): Temaki Handroll
  • Nobu (Hudson and Franklin): Black Cod with Miso
  • Smith & Mills (N. Moore and Greenwich): Raw Oysters
  • Zuckers (Chambers between Greenwich and W. Broadway): The Zucker’s Traditional (pictured) and The Max Zucker on Mini Bagels
Distilled's Tuna Crudo (photo courtesy of Distilled)

Distilled’s Tuna Crudo (photo courtesy of Distilled)

Landmarc's House Cured Salmon (photo courtesy of Landmarc)

Landmarc’s House Cured Salmon (photo courtesy of Landmarc)

Cercle Rouge's Pain Bagnat (photo courtesy of Cercle Rouge)

Cercle Rouge’s Pain Bagnat (photo courtesy of Cercle Rouge)

Los Americanos's Seafood Tamale (photo courtesy of Los Americanos)

Los Americanos’s Seafood Tamale (photo courtesy of Los Americanos)

Megu's Temaki Handroll (photo courtesy of Megu)

Megu’s Temaki Handroll (photo courtesy of Megu)

Nobu's Black Cod with Miso (photo courtesy of Nobu)

Nobu’s Black Cod with Miso (photo courtesy of Nobu)

Smith & Mills's Raw Oysters (photo courtesy of Smith & Mills)

Smith & Mills’s Raw Oysters (photo courtesy of Smith & Mills)

The Zucker's Traditional  (photo courtesy of Zucker's)

The Zucker’s Traditional (photo courtesy of Zucker’s)

Restaurants

Tastes of: Innovative Asian

For our first preview of the dishes to be served at Taste of Tribeca 2014, let’s begin with four Asian restaurants known for reimagining traditional dishes or creating new ones altogether: Khe-Yo (Laotian, on Duane between Hudson and West Broadway), Nobu (Japanese, on Hudson and Franklin), Brushstroke (Japanese, on Hudson and Duane), and Jungsik (Korean, on Harrison and Hudson).

From Khe-Yo: Creekstone Farms Sesame Beef Jerky with Smoked Chili Sauce (photo courtesy of Khe-Yo)

From Khe-Yo: Creekstone Farms Sesame Beef Jerky with Smoked Chili Sauce (photo courtesy of Khe-Yo)

From Nobu: Black Cod with Miso (photo courtesy of Nobu)

From Brushstroke: Oregon Washu Beef over Rice (photo courtesy of Brushstroke)

From Jungsik: Miyeok, or Birthday Soup (photo courtesy of Jungsik)

From Jungsik: Miyeok, the traditional seaweed or Birthday Soup reinvented paella style (photo courtesy of Jungsik)