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Thanks to a concentrated population of celebrities and other A-listers, TriBeCa has become a top destination for fine New York dining. Celebrity chefs and celebrity owners have turned the TriBeCa dining scene from irrelevant to irresistible. Good luck scoring reservations at these hotspots, though. Use our New York Restaurants guide to start your search, and secure your table as far in advance as you can.

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Robert de Niro has left his mark all over TriBeCa, including the upscale Italian restaurant Locanda Verde. Executive chef Andrew Carmellini serves up favorites like orecchiette with homemade duck sausage and broccoli rabe paired with an extensive selection of Italian wines. For amazing, authentic Japanese bites, TriBeCa's Rosanjin is one of the very best Asian restaurants in New York City. Menu prices reflect such a distinction, naturally. If you prefer Korean to Japanese, try Jungsik, another top-of-the-line Asian eatery in TriBeCa. Try the tapas alongside the masterfully mixed cocktails at Ward III on Reade St. This unpretentious New York bar is a great place for group gatherings in TriBeCa.

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