About American Cut
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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.
For dinner, 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.
New York, NY 10013
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday : 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Franklin & Harrison
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Monday Night Football in The Morrison Room
We offer catering packages for offsite private events, or private chef experiences with our in-house team, with custom menus available. Email email@example.com for more information.
We're located in the heart of TriBeCa, close to the 1,2,3 trains.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We have two private dining spaces, ideal for groups ranging from intimate dinners to cocktail parties. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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
The chili lobster with Texas toast is a must! Other yummy appetizers are the bacon and squid. The squid was grilled to perfection - not chewy, with right amount of char and crunch. The Caesar salad is mixed at your table - lovely presentation. For dinner I shared the tamahawk chop which was absolutely superb - right amount of marble and not super fatty. I wanted my piece medium well and my friend wanted hers medium. They were able to accommodate. Again the presentation at the table with flame and all was kind of cool! . A nice round out at the end are the donuts.
I love the ambience and the service is excellent. I have eaten here before and the steak was so good I couldn't stop talking about it. On this most recent visit I ordered the same steak (cooked and prepared the same way) but unfortunately it didn't have much flavor nor was it as tender. The cut of meat wasn't very good in my opinion. The sides were very good however.
The side was very small for the price and my steak came out warm instead of hot. I ordered a tomahawk steak and when I got it the plate wasn't really hot with a sizzling steak on top. It came out warm . Other than that it was OK but not worth the money I paid for it
Unique Steak preparation. The Pastrami'd Steak was like no other steak I have ever had. Everyone else that had more traditional cuts were extremely happy. My customer was overly impressed with the Seafood towers and the entire meal itself. The wine selection was great.
This place is good if you want to spend a lot of money and get food which is different but not necessarily good. I heard people raving about how good a certain plate was that I had also tasted and thought it was subpar. I guess a lot of people hear about these celebrity chef restaurants and really want to enjoy the food even though it is not all that good.
We have the New York cut steaks which were extremely fatty on We we have the New York cut steaks which were extremely fatty on one Side and dry on the other. I like my steak charred a bit, but this steak looked like it came out of a house fire. It was topped with some sort of chimichurri sauce which did not necessarily make it taste any better.
We also have the octopus salad which was a bit mushy not to mention a very small serving.
They do have a nice selection of wine, it is a lovely looking place and the people are nice....
Of our two MR steaks 1 was overcooked and the other was undercooked. We let our server know, how uncomfortable, only to receive a small lecture on "just so you know, here we.." but it didn't make sense to define how rare medium rare should be if the the other medium rare steak was obviously medium (with server's admission) without effort to repair.
We will not be returning.
Really surprised by this restaurant! Went to almost all steakhouses in NY and it's definitely one the top 3!
Excellent meat and perfect cooking.
Sides were really good!
Good wine list but would like a little bit more French wine options and a few more wine by the glass.
Very good service.
And it's even a pretty good deal for this level of service and quality. Will definitely go back.
This was my second visit with a group of friends for dinner. It is hands down the best of the NY traditional steak houses(Lugar's and Keen's are different beasts). When your steak arrives the smell of the crust on the meat is out of this world. The sides are inventive and taste great, but the portions are a little small.
The food was great but there was definitely an issue with the service. Specifically, the server and bus boy asked me and my client if they could bus our plates before we finished eating and then about 4-5 times after that. I am very surprised that American Cut would have this type of issue since it seems like a place where most of the diners are there on business.
I have been to American Cut several times and always enjoyed it. However, this time there were some very disappointing service lapses. First, I ordered a filet mignon au poivre. The waiter said "filet mignon with foie gras". I corrected him several times. When my steak arrived, it has foie gras on top. I told his that was not what I ordered. The other three people at my table all confirmed that I had told him "au poivre" and not "foie gras". Rather than remove the plate from the table, he left it there, went back to the kitchen, and then came back and asked me to pick up the foie gras and put it on a plate he had brought. I don't like foie gras and didn't want a steak that had it on top, but he and the kitchen took the lazy route. And after all that, he didn't take the foie gras off the bill. I was entertaining clients and made the mistake of not reviewing the bill before paying (which was my fault), but he should have known better. Second, I ordered a $175 bottle of wine. I specifically pointed to the item on the menu. When I got home and checked the bill, I saw that he had charged me for a $250 bottle of wine. He may in fact have brought a $250 bottle of wine, and again it was my fault for not checking the bill, but this was clearly not what I had ordered. I have really liked this place to date but I am not sure I will ever go back after these issues.
We waited 45 minutes for our reservation. We then received rock solid biscuits that we couldn't even cut into with our knives. We were drinking sparkling water the whole night and had to wait about 10-15 minutes for the next bottle to come. Had no water. Then it was about 30 minutes until our entrees came after we were done with appetizers. And lastly, we asked the bill to be split 2/3 on one card and 1/3 on the other. Our server repeated it back to us and then came back with the cards run for 50/50. Overall this was a lousy experience and I can't imagine coming back.
Had a meal with staff after work to try restaurant week dinner for a 6:15 reservation and had no problem being seated. We tried the bacon, Caesar salad, and oysters appetizer and they were good. The hangar steak pastrami seasoning was cooked perfectly at medium with the spinach. Mashed potatoes were a bit watery. Dessert of passion fruit sorbet was delicious and a generous portion. Popcorn ice cream sundae was unusual but would have been better with chocolate instead of caramel. Good meal. Regular menu was pricey. Surf and turf for 2 for $175.
Had dinner Monday night and ordered from the Restaurant Week menu. I figured that if I loved it I would return. Unfortunately, the server seemed distracted and it took away from the experience. I always ask the server which way the chef goes in terms of how well a medium steak would be. I told her I wanted it pink but not bleeding. She told me to definitely order medium well, so I did. The bacon appetizer was very good but I was still working on it when the server came over with the steaks. My entree was the hanger steak with the potato purée. Sadly, my steak was not pink at all. It was quite well done. We then had to ask for cutlery. Even though the steak came out too early and well done she hadn't given us utensils. I felt like we were being rushed. There were plenty of empty tables available. This is an upscale restaurant so I was quite disappointed with the overall experience.
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