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Tartinery

209 Mulberry St. (Spring St.) Send to Phone
212-300-5838 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Open-face sandwiches galore at this nicely designed NoLIta restaurant.

Cuisine
Open
Open daily
Features
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Reservations suggested

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Tartinery Restaurant Review

: This NoLIta restaurant focuses mostly on one item: the tartine, a French-style open-face sandwich. Using bread from Paris’ famed Poilâne bakery, Tartinery’s main offerings come topped with sweet and savory items. The version with foie gras spread on thinly sliced bread and accompanied by a dollop of fig jam pairs up beautifully with a glass of the fruity Domaine d’Ardhuy Pinot Noir, but, like a lot of the tartines here, one is left unfulfilled at the end of the meal. The club---piled high with turkey, Brie, bacon and lettuce---and the cold roast beef are more substantial options, but the restaurant would benefit from expanding the menu. The bi-level space, though, saves the day. It’s bathed in raw wood and steel---rustic meets industrial-chic---including, on the lower level, a fichus tree growing out of the middle of the room. It all makes this glorified sandwich shop an aesthetically pleasing place for a snack.
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