Macao Trading Co.

Asian, Chinese, Cocktail
$ $ $
311 Church St (btwn Lispenard & Walker St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-8642
Monday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Friday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday
5:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday
5:00pm - 12:00am

Menu

Tips

  • If you can tear yourself away from the Asian-Portuguese fusion, mixology at the bar is among the most precise and inspired in town -- seriously underrated. [BlackBook]
  • The first and last European trading outpost in East Asia, Macao was controlled by the Portuguese for over 500 years. Now, its a Tribeca gem. (Try the Drunken Dragon Milk cocktail...)
  • Get the Drunken Dragon's Milk. That is all.
  • It's in my 'hood and I'm determined to hit up every single Tribeca restaurant/bar while here. Somehow. With Monopoly money.
  • LOVE the 2 bartenders on the lower level. That's where it's at! If you are nice and can booty dance they will let you bartend :) food is phenom
  • Yellow fever is so good - bourbon, ginger, white peaches. Keep em coming!
  • Trust the bartenders. They're well trained and know how to make you happy ;)
  • drunken dragon milk :)
  • Dr. Funk is the best cocktail! We went as a group of 4 and shared the sirloin, chicken dumplings, Portuguese meatballs, and duck salad. All amazing!
  • the character 'chai' in the entrance hallway on the right means 'knock this building down' which was frequently used when they were clearing buildings in the old hutong areas in Beijing in the lat
  • Malasadas with creme anglaise, fried whole bass, Hakka noodles and steamed chicken and pork belly dumplings!
  • Three words: Drunken's Dragon's Milk!
  • Late night menu. Wanton soup! Enough said.
  • NY. This Portuguese/ Chinese fusion restaurant offers an exciting blend of exotic dishes that make dining at Macao a unique experience. Try the mushroom and truffle croquettes appetizer to start.
  • Bashful Maiden & Drunken Dragon's Milk are musts
  • Kaffir Jimlets at Macao are best cocktail in the city
  • Was recently in new York a few weeks walked the streets and went to the Macau restaurant Trading, where Asian cuisine and of itself, this cuisine is varied, but everything here was top notch.
  • A perfect 3 in 1 date spot: food, cocktails and lounge to dance. Cuisine is very tasty, pricy but worth it. You will score points with your gal on the decor alone. Cocktails on point as well.
  • Dragons milk and African chicken were amazing! Ambience and fantastic service did not disappoint!
  • "Macaos menu proffers Chinese grub with a Portuguese twist: caldo verde meatballs, Macanese chili lobster tail, and malasadas (thats Portuguese for donuts) with creme anglaise."

Nearby places

52 Walker St (btwn Broadway & Church St)
277 Church St (btwn Franklin & White St)
510 Hudson St (at Christopher St)