Estancia 460

Restaurants , Argentinian Tribeca
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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This breezy spot, whitewashed from bar to ceiling and serenaded by a sultry Latin soundtrack, features a hearty menu diverse enough to attract a regular repeat-business neighborhood crowd. The selection runs the gamut from pizza to pasta to salmon to steak, with an individually portioned pizza bianco, featuring extra-thin blistered crust, a few splashes of pesto, and a blend of four cheeses cheese, makes a fine solo meal at the bar. The kitchen, though, is in finest form when searing meats on the grill. Gorgeously charred, thick, grassy, strip steak from Uruguay is accompanied by piquant chimichurri and a generous heap of crisp papas fritas. The mixed-grill parillada, featuring grill-marked short ribs, spicy sausage and chicken, is ample enough for a party of two.

Venue name: Estancia 460
Address: 460 Greenwich St
New York
Cross street: between Desbrosses and Watts Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11am–11pm; Sat, Sun 10:30am–10pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, 1 to Canal St
Price: Average main course: $22. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Andi Y.

I've worked just around the corner from this place for about three years and have never been until just the other day. It's a casual little lunch or dinner spot. Calm and relaxing atmosphere with limited seating outside. Their menu has a bit of everything, including some great gluten free options. They offer what I'm assuming to be Udi's gf bread for sandwiches, gf pizza crust and gf pasta. My friend ordered an omelet which looked delicious. It was loaded with whatever ingredients he wanted. I ordered a chicken melt sandwich with the gf bread. The presentation was less than perfect, the sandwich came with fries and the plate was a little bland. Now, my other friend ordered the same sandwich, on regular bread, and it looked SO much better. Let's be honest, there's nothing glamorous about Udi's gf bread in comparison to a french baguette. 

Overall, I'd recommend it if you're looking for a cheaper more casual restaurant in Tribeca.