What to Eat at American Cut, Marc Forgione’s Tribeca Steakhouse

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The surf-and-turf for two. Photo: Melissa Hom

LDV Hospitality and Marc Forgione have opened the second location of their Atlantic City–based steakhouse on Greenwich Street. It's a sleek space, with copper ceilings and brass chandeliers, and the extensive menu includes 21-day wet-aged and 28-day dry-aged cuts of beef. And some finishing options: You can choose to top any steak dish with bone marrow, foie gras, chili lobster, an egg, or double-smoked bacon. Take a look at the food, the menus, and the space, straight ahead.

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The OG 1924 Hotel Caesar Salad.Photo: Melissa Hom

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Glazed carrot.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Cracker Jack sundae.Photo: Melissa Hom


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Swanky.Photo: Melissa Hom


American Cut

Photo: Melissa Hom


American Cut

Photo: Melissa Hom

Cocktails [PDF]
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363 Greenwich St., nr. Franklin St.; 212-226-4736