About American Cut
American Cut is LDV Hospitality’s new American, signature steakhouse, brought to life by Iron Chef Marc Forgione. Located in the heart of Tribeca at 363 Greenwich Street, between Franklin and Harrison.
Our 180-seat restaurant combines modern design with art deco accents, culminating in a monumental space filled with fine food, spirits and culinary prowess.
We invite you to indulge in our spectacular Tomahawk Ribeye Chop for two or try our Seafood Tasting featuring our signature Chili Lobster paired with a glass of wine from our extensive wine list.
With two private dining rooms and a private bar for groups of all sizes, we are the perfect location for intimate special events, large-scale after-work parties and everything in between.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday : 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Franklin & Harrison
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Monday Night Football in The Morrison Room
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
American Cut offers a variety of private events spaces perfect for corporate or social private dining occasions. We offer a selection of private event menus curated to best fit you and your guests’ needs.
American Cut Ratings and Reviews
Food was not bad but especially steak (w ...
Food was not bad but especially steak (we ordered NY cut and one more 30days dry aged steak) wasn't impressed...
My wife and me could't taste that both of them were 30days dry aged. In addition, I ordered medium rare but they came medium or medium well done.
However, its atmosphere is very nice and waiters are also good.
I hope your improvement.
First time at American Cut. Girlfriend's ...
First time at American Cut. Girlfriend's short ribs were too salty, and my steak was too hard and chewy. For the price one pays at this restaurant, this place was not worth it AT ALL. Easily the worst steakhouse I have ever been to. Basically went in with Ruth Chris expectations and came out thinking I just ate at Applebee's.
Service was actually pretty good, but quality of food supersedes everything else.
Reservation was made for Sat for group o ...
Reservation was made for Sat for group of 7 for 6:30 but we were running late. I called to notified the restaurant that we would be running 30 minutes late, they were quite accommodating. When we arrived, the host greeted us and informed us about the temperature at the main dinning room was a little warmer than usual and if we would like to sit somewhere else. The temperature was comfortable, just not cold. Sommelier recommended a similar wine I wanted but at a 30% cheaper.
Overall, the service at American Cut was at tentative. Ceviche and oysters in the seafood tower were fresh. Bone marrow and grilled octopus are must. They were so delicious!!
I dine out frequently and rarely leave f ...
I dine out frequently and rarely leave feedback, but I make exception for standout experiences. Unfortunately, this was a negative standout. In fact, it was abhorrent and reminded me of a Times Square tourist trap steak house (and yes, it was packed with tourists who don't know better - and locals who will probably never return lured in by an attractive facade).
The NYC Cut steak was truly disappointing, and little else we ordered made up for it. Combine that with very poor service and you've got a formula for another likely casualty in the restaurant industry. I saw our waiter once, expressed my opinion that the steak was lackluster after he asked. Likely out of shame and embarrassment, he chose to ignore the feedback. He also decided to hide and not bring out the check himself despite a relatively empty restaurant.
There are many great steak options in the city, so don't waste your time.
Unremarkable. Good steak, as one would ...
Unremarkable. Good steak, as one would expect at this level of steakhouse. But nothing special about the steak or sides. Also, the wine list had only 5 or so bottles of red wine under $100. Markup for bottles was higher than I see at other steakhouses I frequent.
Remarkable service, we felt so welcomed ...
Remarkable service, we felt so welcomed with great food and a wonderful atmosphere. For being such high quality food with such style, in a beautiful restaurant the vibe was casual and friendly. A superb balance and good setting for the TriBeCa neighborhood.
A true steakhouse gem . . .
Great food, and superb service! Thoroughly enjoyed the playful rethinking of staple steakhouse plates. Dined in the downstairs dining room and was treated to a (rare—by Manhattan restaurant trends/standards) quiet evening of delicious food and drink with enjoyable conversation at "normal" speaking levels.
First time here based on recommendation. ...
First time here based on recommendation. Food and service were good. There was an issue with air conditioning so the room was extremely hot. They had fans on floor to try and cool down. Not acceptable and made experience pretty poor. Not what I would expect for a place I just spent $200 for a meal.
As usual a stellar evening at American C ...
As usual a stellar evening at American Cut. My filet mignon was perfectly cooked to a well done temperature which is not always easy. Our sides, the glazed carrot and French fries were delicious. The best of course was the flourless candy bar cake!!! The staff was super attentive and cordial. We love this place!
First trip with a group of 4 was great but during the week. Went on a Saturday with a group of 6 and all the steaks were so undercooked that the cow walked over to our table and we took a bite out of him. Considering we all ordered medium it was a bit off.
Great space and great service. By NYC ...
Great space and great service. By NYC steakhouse standards, the steaks were disappointing and the table side sauce we had on one steak lacked any flavor and was a waste of money. Service was over and above and a vey cool space. Overall a lot of better steakhouse options in the city in terms of meat and food quality.
Energetic and Sumptous
We visit the city often and are always in search of great spots we have hit a bunch, Lupa , Babbo Del Posto ,Jane, Carbones, Raos, Castatas, Aqua Grill This ranks right up there .. More of a Steak house with flair .... and a great Vibe and very well done inside
One of the best steaks in town
Great atmosphere and perfect setting for drinks and dinner after work. Very warm and fiendly staff. Came for dinner with m son after work. The only issue was the pace. They seemed to want to rush through things and asked repeatedly if we were ready for the next course every time we out our utensils down. Salad and entree and out we went in just over an hour. Would have preferred a slower pace.
Too dark couldn't see anything. Appeared ...
Too dark couldn't see anything. Appeared to be sat in a hallway, very exposed and loud. Wait staff were annoyingly intrusive and kept interrupting to ask if everything was ok. Like, every 2 minutes. Food was fine but nothing special.
Excellent destination for a luxe dinner
We love American Cut, and were happy to introduce it to friends from out of town! Wonderful attentive service throughout the meal by Tomas downstairs, which we prefer due to the lower noise level + better for conversation. Generous pours on the cocktails, the biscuits are SO good...each couple shared a steak for two (Porterhouse and Tomahawk) temp was off on one order and the kitchen gladly obliged to cook further...would have been preferable to have steak served on a warm platter instead of china plate, since it cooled too quickly. Sides were good (cauliflower!) All around a great meal, albeit pricey.
Nice Friday night out
Good overall. Nice cocktails. Great oysters, solid Caesar salad, neat presentation. The ribeye was so-so -- nice seasoning although fatty for my taste (even for a ribeye). Next time I'll get the strip I've enjoyed before, or try the lamb or veal. Love the carrot, liked the latkes. Pleasant service, only glitch was that the bar was backed up so wine for our first course was delayed.
Food and service was outstanding although I did find the noise level to be very distracting when it came to having conversation. My cosmopolitan was not good (too strong) and mentioned that. Ordered a second one, which didn't even look like the first but was no better so was very disappointed in my adult beverage selection. With a total bill of $356 for 3 people, the drinks should match the quality of the food.
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