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American Cut Steakhouse Tribeca

363 Greenwich St. (Franklin St.) Send to Phone
Marc Forgione explores all things steak at this TriBeCa restaurant.


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American Cut Steakhouse Tribeca, New York, NY


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American Cut Steakhouse Tribeca Restaurant Review

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About the restaurant: Marc Forgione’s steakhouse in TriBeCa is an 80-seat temple of red meat with a menu encompassing short ribs, filet mignon, hanger steak, porterhouse, veal, rib-eye, Wagyu, New York strip and steak tartare.

Food & Drinks: Joining the all-beef all-stars are lamb, roasted chicken, foie gras, bone marrow, and various seafood entrées. With so much to choose from, the indecisive carnivore might have a difficult time. Let us help: the New York City cut, a 20-ounce bone-in rib-eye, dusted with pastrami spices, is unique and explosive in meaty flavor; the tomahawk rib-eye for two, seasoned only with smoked salt, gives the former a run for its money. Pair them with indulgent sides like truffle-infused twice-baked potatoes with melty New York cheddar. For the steak-averse, there are seafood options such as salmon and Dover sole. Desserts include a trio of sorbet or a show-stopping Crackerjack sundae complete with popcorn ice cream. The wine list, naturally, is loaded with (predictably pricey) robust reds that match up nicely with the food. Classic cocktails are available as well.





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