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24 Harrison St., New York, NY, 10013
at Greenwich St.
Friendly wine bar
By ManhattanMiss on 6/21/2011
Great for small plates and a glass of something special. The dandelion salad was amazing, as was the pork terrine. The wine was good, and the service was great. The staff seem to truly love food and wine, and they're willing and eager to educate the clientele and help them make the right decision for them, without pretense. It was pretty empty on a Monday night, but that was fine with us. Highly recommended!
By Maxnowak on 2/7/2011
The wine list...amazing. The food... amazing. The service... amazing. I truly loved my Terroir Tribeca experience. Go with a date and try the Arugala Salad (light and refreshing) as well as the Meatball Sandwich, the Riccota and Fingerling Potato bruschetta, and the Fried Mozzarella balls. Make sure that you order a bunch of different wines to try (with one of them being a Reisling, of course).
A friendly great new addition to the neighborbood
By washingtonpl on 4/14/2010
Crashed opening night and was still treated as though we were invited. Wine selection is outstanding and staff is ubber friendly.
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