About American Cut
New York, NY 10013
Our Burger Bar Pop-Up has come to an end, but you can still enjoy our burger off-the-menu during our regular dinner hours at the bar!
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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
This restaurant has excellent food, frie ...
This restaurant has excellent food, friendly, attentive staff and a great vibe. The food was amazing, especially the pasta special with lobster and truffles. Perfect place for a special occasion or fun night out with friends.
A steadfast place for a good steak dinne ...
A steadfast place for a good steak dinner.
The restaurant was beautiful, you can clearly see the chef's influence as soon as you walk through the door. The hostess was quickly frazzled by a short line of customers, leaving us overheated and bundled at the front while she checked us in, then leading us to the coat check. We were lead to a comfortable table quite close to others. Our waitress was pleasant and informative. Most importantly, our food was delicious and while the price was anticipated it was slightly more than the value of the meal we ate. We started with a steak tartare. The egg yolk tied the dish together we were left craving salt or a crostini to scoop up the large cut tartare. The app was followed by a house made cavatelli with large knuckles of fresh lobster in a delightful french wine sauce. The lobster was tender and flavorful, the butter in the wine sauce was the perfect complement. We finished with the beef short ribs and filet mignon. The filet was good, but there was no crust and crisp to the outside. The short ribs were phenomenal. Presented to the table in a small dutch oven, they were deeply braised in red wine and classic french herbs. While we weren't blown away by the entire menu, the venue or the experience, the food was tasty.
We went on a Friday, with 7:30pm reserva ...
We went on a Friday, with 7:30pm reservations. We arrived early and had drinks at the very well attended bar. There were happy hour choices for both drinks and appetizers. Although the restaurant itself was not crowded initially, it filled up completely.
The bread is amazing! The chili lobster sauce was so good you could put it on almost anything and enjoy it. We shared the porterhouse, twice baked potatoes and Brussel sprouts. All we're good. The Carmel popcorn sundae was to die for.
The best part of the meal however was our waiter, Jarod. He was funny, outgoing and made suggestions throughout the evening. Make sure you ask to be seated in his section.
I have been here many times and enjoy th ...
I have been here many times and enjoy the atmosphere, drinks, scene and typically the food. The past few times I have been to American Cut, the food has been mediocre at best; with the exception of the angry lobster, which is amazing. My NY Strip was fatty, tasteless and not worth the money charged at all.
I am hoping this is just a down swing they're going through and that they return to the excellence that they were known for.
Very disappointed. We went for the "new ...
Very disappointed. We went for the "new tableside Ceasar salad" the old version would have been prefered thie new being choked with cheese, a crumbled enlarged cracker for croutons and no anchovie taste at all. Wine selection good but overpriced. The meat was oh hum. My companion got "lamb" described by the waitperson as lamb saddle but looking and tasting like lamb shoulder. My new york steak was very pedestrian. Overall we could have cooked a better meal ourselves at home.
Great decor, great service. Tuna tartar ...
Great decor, great service. Tuna tartar was good but the bone marrow appetizer was delicious. Porterhouse steak was classsic. If you're looking for spice then the chili lobster is worth it. Apple crumb cake was ok- a little dry. Overall a good meal
I've been to American Cut multiple times ...
I've been to American Cut multiple times. My favorite dishes by far are the Surf and Turf and the Cesar Salad is to die for...the service is always spectacular and makes any special occasion even more special.
If you haven't had the Lobster Chili you're missing out in life!
My #1 steakhouse in NYC now. Also my #1 ...
My #1 steakhouse in NYC now. Also my #1 most expensive steakhouse in NYC (really.). That being said, the cost is worth it because you won't find another spot like this. Traditional food with a twist (chili lobster instead of with butter!!!), and they pulled it off. A++!
High-end steak house was what I expected ...
High-end steak house was what I expected, but my steak was served cold inside. I never had had steak served cold inside before. I had to ask so the steak could be recooked. Very fancy name with poor quality of food.
It was excellent! The restaurant is beau ...
It was excellent! The restaurant is beautiful and the service was fantastic! I wanted to treat my fiancée to a special birthday dinner and after some research, I came across American Cut. The menu is impressive with a wide selection of meats, poultry and fish. We started with east & west coast oysters, a delicious Caesar salad and then the special 52-day dry aged dinner. We were thinking about dessert but we couldn't stuff ourselves any further.
There are a few items on the menu that are prepared table side which is a nice touch. My fiancée ordered a plank smoked old fashioned and the cocktail was smoked table side. The sauce that complimented our beef was prepared table side as well. Please order the dry aged potatoes because it's a huge must! I can't say that I've had potatoes like this before, truly amazing. Needless to say, their wine selection is also impressive so you can't go wrong with any choice.
The night ended with a complimentary sweet shot which was perfect because that was all we could take after a huge meal. We left the restaurant with a nice doggy bag and full tummies! I would love to return soon and I highly recommend giving American Cut a try!
The service was great. The staff was ver ...
The service was great. The staff was very friendly and hospitable. Presentation was outstanding. My daughter had the ribeye and it was outstanding. The side dishes were wonderful. Caesar salad was one of the best I've ever had.
My filet mignon, however, was surprisingly tough and dry. Arguably the toughest filet mignon I've ever had at any steakhouse or restaurant. Most high quality filets are so tender that you could practically cut them with a fork. I was completely disappointed. I would be willing to give it another try based on all of the other outstanding food we ate there.
Our server Jared [Last Name Unknown-from ...
Our server Jared [Last Name Unknown-from Long Island originally] was a gentleman and was an amazing server all around. He made us feel comfortable and made impeccable recommendations. He was personable, which frankly after attending Polo Bar, was something we needed dearly and that Jared and American Cut provided.
American Cut gave us the ambiance, the food, and a Chic NYC crowd without the arrogance. Bravo American Cut, you made our night...and my Christmas Birthday.
Paul L. Esq.
Excellent steak house but no bargain. F ...
Excellent steak house but no bargain. Food and service were terrific, however you pay a very steep price for it...over $550 for a table of 4 . Definitely the perfect place for a special occasion or your expense account.
We have been looking for a great steak r ...
We have been looking for a great steak restaurant in NYC, and American Cut is the best we've had yet. Many steak restaurants are really good at only one or two things: the steaks, the sides, the service, or the décor. American Cut does all four very well. The steaks are charred and cooked perfectly, and there are at least six, possibly seven sauces that can be paired with the meat. The everything biscuit is heavenly, nearly a meal in itself. We had the chili lobster to start, a filet mignon and a NY strip, with dry aged potatoes (au gratin style with bacon and mushrooms) and the sunchoked spinach, all fontina cheesy! Wow. Dessert was the honey orange cheesecake was sublime, and the glass of the Moscato d'Asti paired nicely. The place was beautiful, and our server, Anthony, was just fabulous - professional, friendly and attentive.
As one must expect of a NYC steakhouse, the wine is silly expensive. The list is a good one and there are good by-the-glass options, but if you want a bottle expect to pay dearly for it.
Service was excellent! Waiter made wonde ...
Service was excellent! Waiter made wonderful recommendations and took the time to explain the entire meal experience. We got the salmon and signature steak. Food was good, but nothing that explains the higher price. Cauliflower was amazing!!!! Must get!! Good for a dinner with friends and perhaps sharing some plates (large portions).
Food, service and ambiance always on poi ...
Food, service and ambiance always on point. Great big booths for larger groups. Very comfortable seating at the upstairs bar as well as the bar downstairs. The only negative thing is that the bacon Apple boom drink has been taken off the menu. After many failed attempts to bring back this drink, we are still disappointed!
Appetizers were very misleading, the tar ...
Appetizers were very misleading, the tartar was in a apple cider bouillabaisse which was disgusting the shrimp cocktail was an embarrassment for the size and what you pay and they try to sell you a 2-pound lobster in a chili sauce which was not even close to 2 pounds would never ever go there again the only thing that saved it was that the steak was damn good
A very good restaurant, nice service and ...
A very good restaurant, nice service and food deserves 5 stars BUT it is totally unacceptable for such a restaurant to have a widely unaffordable wine list. No bottle below 85$ and the vast majority above 120$. We are Italians - my gf is a sommelier! - and you can get a very nice bottle of red for 30-60$ in NYC. Not a surprise that no one had a bottle of wine at the table (not even a glass since that was about 18-26$!). Moreover, the wine list doesn't pair the food menu as that is quite balances (filet for 49$ sounds right in NYC!). As a sommelier, we have to say that a nice restaurant - even upscale ones! - must have a wine lis for all pockets...not just for billionaires! Get a good sommelier, dear American Cut!! The wine disappointed took diwn the overall experience!
Food was great. Sommelier was rude both ...
Food was great. Sommelier was rude both over the phone and in person. Despite a large group, was not accommodating at all. Mass for akward interactions throughout the night. For a high end restaurant, not even close to acceptable.
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