The original Landmarc is a TriBeCa neighborhood favorite, which is now celebrating its 10th anniversary on account of its comfortable bistro atmosphere, reasonably priced wine list and upscale contemporary cuisine at decent prices. Chef Marc Murphy then transplanted the concept to the Time Warner Center, with some necessary adjustments given the distinguished nature of the restaurant group he was joining (Per Se, Masa, A Voce). The interior is a bit more formal, with a grand scale and dark woods.
The cuisine is still the same reliable contemporary new American that is served downtown though, with a heavy French and Italian focus. There are a variety of cuts of steak, which should be paired with the excellent béarnaise sauce, as well as daily pasta specials like spaghetti alla carbonara, and offal-flecked specialties, like a cassoulet with duck confit, boudin blanc & braised bacon. In an effort to preserve its status as a neighborhood restaurant, the restaurant only took reservations for 6 or more people when it opened; this rule makes less sense in the Time Warner Center, but you can have a drink at the Stone Rose Lounge while you wait.
179 West Broadway
New York (nr. Leonard St.)
212-343-3883 Mon-Fri, noon-2am; Sat-Sun, 9am-2am
10 Columbus Cir.
New York (at 60th St.)
RECOMMENDED DISHES See All
- Warm Goat Cheese Profiteroles - herb & roasted red pepper salad
- Mushroom & Truffled Pecorino Flatbread - black trumpet, oyster & crimini mushrooms
- Cassoulet - duck confit, boudin blanc & braised bacon
- Spaghetti alla carbonara
- Roasted Organic Free Range Chicken - creamy polenta, roasted broccoli & cippolini onions
- Braised Lamb Shank - Brussels sprouts & bacon celery root puree
- Filet Mignon - béarnaise
- Rib Eye - béarnaise
- Pressed prosciutto, mozzarella & pesto, baguette