American Cut

Row 1

Details
363 Greenwich St (btw Harrison & Franklin)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 226-4736
Steakhouse
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • A decadent mix of salty and sweet, creamy and crunchy, this Cracker Jack Sundae features cool popcorn ice cream, caramel popcorn, caramel sauce and fluffy whipped cream.
  • The service is top-notch, the food amazing, but nothing tops the desserts prepared by genius pastry chef Tara Glick. Try the Cracker Jack Sundae... or really anything at all.
  • Go for the ribeye rubbed in pastrami spices. It's a little different from your normal steakhouse fare. It has a little extra kick without taking away from the meat. Favorite app was the Chili Lobster.
  • Chef Marc Forgione's Tribeca steakhouse features a rib steak that's rubbed in pastrami spices and smoked before cooking.
  • Great rib eye and apps are creative.
  • Despite what is noted online, the restaurant is in NO WAY wheelchair accessible and staff do not understand what wheelchair accessible means.
  • Get the $14 burger during happy hour (5:30 to 7:30) and the shishito peppers
  • The bar area is a great people watching and amazing date spot. After a few smoked old fashioneds or fig martinis you might end up staying for dinner
  • Our waiter doesn't even know what FOURSQUARE is
  • Amazing food very nice service
  • Get the NY strip with seared foie gras and red wine sauce, the chili lobster with Texas toast, and the hazelnut butter and jelly cake. You'll leave happy.
  • The complimentary everything biscuits sets the theme and gets you off to an amazing start. The pastrami spice rub on the NYC cut seals the deal.
  • The everything biscuit is phenomenal and free. Caesar salad which was very good & an even better dry aged NY Strip! One of the better steaks I've had and I've been to most in NYC. Good service!
  • Had a great meal. The lobster w chili was amazing (part of the surf and turf). Great French fries too.
  • One of the best Steaks I ever had. The American cut is just perfect.
  • Get the fried chicken sliders on an everything biscuit if you're at the bar.
  • Best Steaks I ever had in my live. And I Know many many Restaurants
  • Awesome spot for a special occasion. Good steak, good wine. Usually participates in restaurant week too.
  • Skip the fry bread with wagyu and caviar. Save room for the pecan pie
  • The 40oz Porterhouse is dry-aged in-house for 28 days and some of the greatest tasting red meat you can get between the Hudson and East River.