313 Church St. New YorkNY10013
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Tribeca Canvas encompasses a 65 seat dining room, 15-seat bar, and a downstairs area that will be available for private events. The restaurant
by binglocal on November 26, 2014 from binglocal

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Morimoto Jumps Ship as Bisutoro Closes:
Bisutoro, chef Masaharu Morimoto's total do-over of the ill-fated Tribeca Canvas, has not fared any better than its predecessor. Co-owner Patrick Fahey tells Grub Street that the restaurant will close after service tomorrow, after less than three months in business. The closure is partially triggered by the departure of Morimoto, who is leaving the restaurant entirely in order to focus on his...
by eater on January 10, 2014 from eater
Masaharu Morimoto’s long-awaited but short-lived Tribeca Canvas closed this summer and now reopens as this Japanese bistro, which is what the name means. Mr. Morimoto is in partnership with Patrick Fahey of Macao Trading and Emmanuelle LaSalle Hill and Tommy Hill of Los Americanos. The menu rethinks Western classics with Japanese ingredients, or vice versa. You’ll find onion soup made into...
by nytimes on November 20, 2013 from nytimes
Bisutoro, Morimoto's Total Redo of Tribeca Canvas:
[All photos by Bess Adler]
Here's a look inside Masaharu Morimoto's Bisutoro, the brand new, top-to-bottom do-over of what was very recently known as Tribeca Canvas. After the unanimously underwhelming critical response to the old restaurant, Morimoto and his new set of partners, Patrick Fahey, Emmanuelle LaSalle Hill and Tommy Hill, have replaced the bright, woodsy interior with dark reds and...
by eater on October 24, 2013 from eater
Bisutoro, the Tribeca Canvas Do-Over, Opens Monday:
[Photo by Layla Khabiri]
Next week chef Masaharu Morimoto will open the revamp of his critically panned Tribeca Canvas. The new restaurant will not, as previously reported, be called Canvas, but instead Bisutoro, after the Japanese word for bistro. This time around, Morimoto has partnered with Patrick Fahey and Emmanuelle LaSalle Hill, of the nearby Macao Trading Co., and Tommy Hill, of Los...
by eater on October 18, 2013 from eater

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Bisutoro, which means "bistro" in Japanese, features a menu created by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto comprised of American dishes with Asian accents, alongside a Japanese Whisky-focused cocktail program and a well rounded, international wine list.
by foursquare on February 19, 2014 from foursquare