179 Franklin Street New YorkNY10013
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:59pm
Payment Methods: Cash
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Contemporary Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant with rare Greek wines and hard to get boutique worldly wine list.


* Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine

* Greek, Seafood, Mediterranean
by yasabe on March 03, 2019 from yasabe


What to Drink: The wine list is full of interesting Greek finds and most bottles are priced between $35 and $55. Tsantali syrah ($40) is medium-bodied and a bit dry--it goes well with both seafood and meat.
by ezlocal on November 04, 2012 from ezlocal
The Extras: The dining room downstairs (with its own bar) can be reserved for private dinner parties (up to 130 people) and cocktail parties (up to 180).
by ezlocal on November 04, 2012 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

"Elegant" Greek seafood is the specialty of this "high-end" TriBeCa "special-occasion" option; of course, such "fine" fish comes at a price ("you help pay its airfare"), but "first-rate" service and an "expansive", "Santorini"-esque setting soften any sticker shock.
by zagat on January 22, 2014 from zagat
Spacious and welcoming, Thalassa courteously offers up all the delights of Greece. Dark wood and a sleek marble bar give the TriBeCa space a crisp nautical allure. How fitting when fresh seafood is the star at this upscale Hellenic haven.…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
"Thalassa" is Greek for the sea, and the Restaurant Thalassa lives up to it's name. The dining room lighting and elegant sails suggest that you are sailing the Greek Islands. Flowing curtains over original exposed brick remind you of the sandy shores of warm beaches. Urns from Tripoli once used to store olives and olive oil ages ago now overflow with fresh flowers as they sit atop hand-made...
by nyc on May 10, 2008 from nyc
A sharp, modern approach to Greek seafood in Tribeca.:
The Scene
White sails pulled taut overhead, honey-colored wood plank floors, a marble bar--it feels like dining aboard a beautifully restored sailboat. The lighting is flattering, the...
by by Allison Austin at Citysearch on July 23, 2004 from Citysearch

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by localcom on February 20, 2017 from localcom