The family behind Kutsher’s Country Club, a beloved Catskills resort hotel that opened in 1907, team up with restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow for this contemporary Jewish-American bistro. Dig into modern interpretations of Sephardic flavors, including wild halibut gefilte fish paired with beet tartare and a parsley vinaigrette; potato-leek latkes with sour cream and three kinds of caviar; and schmaltz-rubbed steak frites. Drinks include house-made sodas, like black cherry vanilla and Cel-Ray, for the kids and, for their parents, themed cocktails, such as the Bug Juice—a mix of vodka, house-made fruit punch, grapefruit bitters and soda served in a mason jar—which was inspired by the fruit punch served at Kutsher's Camp Anawana. The 140-seat space includes a copper-topped bar and carrara-marble "picnic tables" in the barroom and dark-gray leather banquettes framing the dining room.
|Venue name:||Kutsher’s Tribeca (CLOSED)||Contact:|
186 Franklin St
|Cross street:||between Greenwich and Hudson Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 11:30am–3:30pm, 5:30pm–midnight; Fri 11:30am–3:30pm, 5:30pm–1am; Sat 10am–3:30pm, 5:30pm–1am; Sun 10am–3:30pm, 5:30–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to Franklin St|
|Price:||Average main course: $24. AmEx, MC, V|