On weeknights, the candlelit dining area hosts the usual alpha pack. On weekends, however, it works its magic on couples sharing cozy banquettes near the room’s centerpiece, a see-through wine cellar. Starters are made for swapping bites: The house-made garganelli is loaded with lobster chunks, rock shrimp and smoked bacon. For a lighter touch, order the mustard-studded salmon tartare. Move on to any of the five cuts of dry-aged steaks; you can mix and match crusts and sauces (try Maker’s Mark bourbon sauce with your rib eye). There’s no reason to go sober into that good night: Finish with an espresso martini or one of the Pie-Tinis—drinks that taste like their dessert counterparts.
|Venue name:||Dylan Prime (CLOSED)||Contact:|
62 Laight St
|Cross street:||between Greenwich and Hudson Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed noon–2:30pm, 5:30–11pm; Thu, Fri noon–2:30pm, 5:30pm–midnight; Sat 4:30pm–midnight; Sun 4–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, 1 to Canal St|
|Price:||Average main course: $27. AmEx, DC, MC, V|
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Head down to this Tribeca steak house for a delicious (meaty) dinner and fabulous selection of wines. This restaurant and lounge is intimately lit for a quiet romantic evening. A seafood raw bar is a great selection for apps, but don't get too filled up. They have a monster seafood tower, if especially hungry, or with many friends. The wine collection lines an entire wall and can be viewed through the glass partition. The steaks are scrumptious and there are multiple sauces to use, including a lobster sauce. Sides of cream spinach and buttermilk mash potatoes are a perfect compliment to your meal. Did not have dessert, but my guest has the Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta and said it was incredible.