This Tribeca restaurant from owner Matt Abramcyk (also of nearby Yves and Smith & Mills) is spread out across three cozy floors in a pink townhouse originally built in 1810, and also features a fireplace and some of the original marble, brick, and stone. At Tiny’s, go for chef Alejandro Bonilla’s (Root & Bone, Navy Restaurant) New American cuisine with Italian and French influences in dishes like Housemade Meatballs, Roasted Chicken, and Pan Seared Sea Scallops. If in the mood for lighter bites and drinks, snag one of five seats at the Martini & Oyster bar on the ground floor for seafood and cocktails like the Black Truffle Martini with black truffle blue cheese stuffed olives.
Valentine’s Day prix fixe offering: Dinner at $115 per person includes three courses with starters like Scallop Crudo, Lobster Ravioli, Pear or Fresh Ricotta Salad; a choice of main dishes including Poached Arctic Char, Sunchoke Gnocchi & Chanterelle, Crispy Duck Breast, or Braised Short Ribs; as well as desserts like Chocolate Lava Cake or Passion Fruit Creme Brulee.
Cozy up by the fireplace and celebrate the holidays at Tiny’s this year. The historic townhouse restaurant will offer a Christmas Eve dinner for $95 per person that includes Oysters Rockefeller or an Onion Tartlet amuse bouche. Decadent first course options include Leek and Potato Soup with caviar and creme fraiche or Baked Burrata with black truffle, pinenuts, and honey, followed by main courses like Filet Mignon with potato gratin, asparagus, and bernaise sauce or Homemade Linguine with ricotta sauce, roasted chestnuts, black truffle. Head back on Christmas Day for a brunch complete with dishes like a loaded egg sandwich with fried caciocavallo cheese and “Hangover Rancheros'' in case you had a little too much holiday cheer.