30 Hudson Street New YorkNY10013
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
11:30am-2:45pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
Average Rating
Total Reviews
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
Average Rating Over Time

Open Map


69 Leonard Street is located in New York, NY and has been servicing all of New York and the surrounding areas for many years. Here at 69 Leonard Street, our mission is to always provide quality service at an affordable price. The success of our company is due to the dedication we provide to our customers. Customer satisfaction is always our number one priority!
by merchantcircle on March 31, 2022 from merchantcircle


The Extras:
The cozy candle-filled bar, with a handful of tables and sofas, is a sophisticated cocktail spot. Wines by the glass range from $8 to $14, classic cocktails go up from there, and beer (try the dark Gosser) is $7.
by Citysearch on May 18, 2009 from Citysearch
Know Before You Go:
From simple four-course tastings ($85) to elaborate meals with wine pairings (upwards of $100), there's a set menu for everyone. Bouley's specialties, like truffle-filled squab and marinated mackerel, can be prepared with 48-hours' notice.
by Citysearch on May 18, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Specializing in "classics with an updated touch", this chain knows what fellas want, presenting its "smart", "urban" gear in "cool hangouts", including the TriBeCa liquor store–cum-boutique, complete with a bar repurposed as a check-out counter, and the antiques-laden Ludlow Shop, specializing in slim-cut suits; collaborations with brands including Sperry Top-Sider and Timex appeal to heritage...
by zagat on December 22, 2013 from zagat
"Maestro" David Bouley delivers a "truly refined experience" at his "blissful" TriBeCa flagship, where French "culinary wonders" are served with "true professionalism" in an "opulent", jackets-required setting; it's a "special-occasion sure thing" at a "hefty" cost that's "well worth the indulgence", though the lunch tasting menu is "such a deal."
by zagat on July 23, 2013 from zagat
David Bouley and Osaka's Tsuji Culinary Institute present "sublime" kaiseki menus in an atmosphere of "serene" "elegance" at this "splurge-worthy" TriBeCa Japanese, where the "picturesque plates" (including "melt-in-your-mouth" sushi) are also offered a la carte; if you're really "prepared to shell out", try chef Eiji Ichimura's "world-class" omakase at his "intimate" 12-seat bar.
by zagat on July 23, 2013 from zagat
Brushstroke Restaurant Review:
You’d never guess what was going on behind the rice paper-shrouded windows at 30 Hudson Street, but there’s serious food and saké artistry happening. This 15-years-in-the-making partnership between David Bouley and Yoshiki Tsuji of The Tsuji Culinary Institute of Osaka takes Japanese kaiseki dining to a new level. Reserve a table in the main blonde-wood dining room unless you’re solely...
by gayot on March 18, 2013 from gayot

Information from the business

Call Today
by Citysearch on August 06, 2017 from Citysearch