At least one neighbor won't be too happy to hear this, but we're pleased to report that David Bouley's years-in-the-works Brushstroke finally opens tonight. (It officially threw open the doors half an hour ago, in fact.) The restaurant has been hosting $85 prix-fixe preview dinners for friends and family over the past few weeks, but now the general public is invited in to enjoy the same, or a selection of à la carte sushi, cooked bites, and cocktails. And we just happen to have those menus for you! Get a look at what chefs Isao Yamada and Hiroki Murashima are serving in the way of traditional sushi and sashimi, plus the "bar menu" of cooked dishes like chawan-mushi egg custard with dungeness crab and black-truffle sauce. Not to mention Japanese cocktails such as one with vodka, housemade tomato confiture, and lemon. Now, what is it we were just saying about Tribeca becoming a hot spot?
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