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Tribeca Canvas is Open

UPDATE: Tribeca Canvas is now open late night! From Thursday through Saturday, the snack menu will be available until 3am and the bar is open until 4am. 

Tribeca Canvas

Dear Friends,

I’m so happy that Tribeca Canvas is open down on Church Street. The very talented Thomas Schoos designed the interior and painted the canvas panels himself.

Photo: Paulo Salud

I have created a menu of my own style of comfort food. While our liquor license was delayed a bit because of Hurricane Sandy we are happy to now be able to offer a full bar with specialty cocktails and a great wine list.

Check out two of our new dishes that you can come in and try everyday until 4am:

Shrimp Nachos With Ranch Dressing, Spicy Gochujang Aioli
Photo: Paulo Salud
Lamb Ragu Bun
Photo: Paulo Salud

I got a chance to talk with Ali Rosen from The Daily Meal on Tribeca Canvas and what’s next. Click on the image below to see the interview:

 Check out some of our recent coverage on GrubStreet, Zagat, Daily Candy, Thrillist, Gothamist and EaterNY.

Make sure to “like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for updates while the restaurant website is under construction.

Wishing you happy holidays and that we will see you at Tribeca Canvas soon!

Tribeca Canvas
313 Church St. (between Walker and Lispenard)
(917) 720-2845


2 comments to “Tribeca Canvas is Open”

  • How iphone, December 31, 2012 at 5:16 am

    This site is truly amazing my one of friend told me about this. And the theme is quite beautiful as well as the updated stuff also attract visitors to coma and visit again. I would definitely bookmark it and would come back to you soon. Keep on updating.

  • Taeko Oshima, January 1, 2013 at 12:55 am

    Akemashite Omedetou gozaimasu!
    Thank you for sharing the information.
    Very beautiful restaurant. I would love to visit there!

    From Taeko in Kagawa pref., Japan