American Cut

Row 1

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

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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Best steakhouse in Manhattan. The twice baked potatoes are insane.
  • The off menu burger (bar only) is amazing. Aged prime cut meat, lots of deckle, generous portion cooked to perfection. I've had the steaks... the burger is the real unsung hero!