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Designed by Thomas Schoos of Schoos Design, Tribeca Canvas encompasses a 65 seat dining room, 15-seat bar, and a downstairs area that will be available for private events. The restaurant’s interior is inspired by the neighborhood in which it is located, with two central design themes paying homage to Tribeca--one is a nod to the area's origins as a green parkway and the other to its flourishing art scene. Against a simple color palette of black, white and gray, five 65-foot long artists' canvases are draped throughout the space, depicting black, hand–painted trees. Light fixtures made from entwined Indonesian vines cast shadows on the canvases to create the illusion of forest trees while bright flowers stitched on to the grey leather banquettes add a pop of color and further reference the botanic theme.
Chef Morimoto crafts an accessible, bistro-style menu that showcases his interpretation of comfort food while reflecting his unique culinary sensibility, which is marked by its seamless integration of Western cooking techniques and Asian ingredients. Under the direction of Chef Morimoto, Tribeca Canvas’ menu will include items such as Mac & Cheese and Bone Marrow Potato Puree. Tribeca Canvas will also offer a value-oriented wine and cocktail list, and will be open for dinner and late-night service until 4:00 a.m., Thurs, Fri & Sat.View Our Menu
We are located in Tribeca at 313 Church Street New York, NY 10013, just one block south from Canal Street which intersects with Church Street. From Uptown, you can take Broadway all the way down which runs parallel to Church Street. Church Street is only accessible after you pass Canal Street however. From New Jersey, Holland Tunnel is the most accessible and convenient to Tribeca, Lincoln Tunnel or George Washington Bridge are also accessible and taking the West River Drive south to Canal Street. From Brooklyn or Queens, the Williamsburg and Brooklyn Bridge are both close and convenient.
313 Church Street
New York, NY 10013