David Bouley’ Tribeca Hot Spot Brushstroke Offers Exclusive Five-Course Dinner

Everyone knows that everything David Bouley touches turns to gold, and Brushstroke, his Tribeca hot spot is no exception. Perfect for a special occasion or for the foodie inside every real New Yorker, experiencing the sleek new hot spot is a summer must.

In addition to the regular menu of sophisticated fare, the restaurant is now offering an exclusive five-course, modern-kaiseki dinner with expertly paired sake. Chef Isao Yamada’s summer-in-Japan menu offers unforgettable flavors in delicacies like Texan Wagyu beef two ways, and chilled asparagus soup with mountain yam mousse and sea urchin.

What’s a real meal without the perfect balance of drinks? Expert sake sommelier Seju Yang will guide you through each of his pristinely paired sake selections.

To Reserve:

$115 for five courses with sake; tax and gratuity not included.

E-mail brushstrokerestaurant@gmail.com and mention the “Zagat Presents July 26 event” and your preferred seating time (6:30, 7:30 or 8:30 PM). Counter seats for parties of two may be requested (though availability is limited).


30 Hudson St.

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