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Marc Murphy teamed up with his wife Pamela Murphy to open their first restaurant, Landmarc in April 2004. It has since become a neighborhood favorite, serving bistro fare that blends French & Italian favorites with an award-winning wine list.

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Phone: (212) 343-3890

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Price Range
Downtown Manhattan, Tribeca

Landmarc TriBeCa

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Landmarc Restaurant

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Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Family: Yes

Good For Groups: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, French, European, Continental, Bar & Grills

Alcohol: Yes, Full Bar, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Disappointing gnocchi

The special tonight was gnocchi. Well, I have eaten my gnocchi my whole life made by my nanny who comes from Naples, Italy. So, I know how gnocchi should taste. The gnocchi at Landmarc were undercooked. When I asked the waiter to have it more cooked, the cook refused saying that this is the way he cooks them. Well, personally, I don't care how the cook likes it. It was undercooked. Period. At the end, they did not charge us for the gnocchi. Thanks for the gesture but I was still hungry. My recommendation don't order gnocchi at landmarc.



Provided by Citysearch - 

The atmosphere is great!! I wasn't too impressed by the food though. I ordered the salmon and asked for it cooked all the way through, which is definitely was not. The waitor noticed my disgust and offered to take it back to have it cooked more. When my food was brought back out - it still wasn't cooked. I ended just taking it to go and cooking it at home. My date ordered the steak - which he liked. Very cute spot - but be prepared to spend lots of $$$.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Never that good....

Everyone always talks about this place like it is good, and unfortunately I get fooled into going back. The wait staff is always sub par, the food is never that great (especially given the price) and I always leave feeling like I was some how cheated. The sandwiches always seem greasy, the mussels are okay, and the desserts are pretty good. Fortunately, I will not be fooled into going back anytime soon.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Nice place

Four of us went there on a Friday night.. We arrived around 9pm and were told there would be a 45 minute wait (they don't take reservations). We sat at the little bar at the back and got a great glass on Sauvignon Blanc. The manager came over to chat to us and gave us menus while we waited. The table was ready about 45 minutes later. We were seated upstairs just one table back from the window. It was REALLY cold. Two of us put our jackets on and the guys put their scarves on. We were told the heating was on full.... In any event, the food was great and the waitress gave good suggestions for wine. Goatcheese profiteroles and calamari were really good. The grilled tuna was delicious though a little overcooked for me. The chickpea stew it's served with was great. The steak and pasta special were pretty good too from the looks of things! I gave Landmarc just 3 stars out of a possible 5 because it really was so cold that it affected the whole experience.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Landmarc has jumped the shark

No heat or very little and it was 42 degrees outside. Windows were filthy upstairs, hope kitchen was cleaner. Asked not to have french fries told no subsitutions, not even some additional salad that you buy in enormous bags premixed? Food is very salty, why is that, is the meat now a bad cut? Very noisy and of course lots of screaming children. Was forced to wait for my coat in a drafty doorway because I had dared to check it. When I complained I was scowled at. Not worth the wait or the money.



Provided by Citysearch - 
fantastic food and wines for unreal prices

One of my favorite places in the City. The steaks are always great, grilled on an open flame and with a few tasty sauces to choose from. For vegetarians there is the portabella mushroom steak as well. Wine prices are unreal. Not marked up and some of the higher end ones are actually less $$ than in the wine shop!!!! We usually have a half bottle of champagne to start, there are quite a few to choose from, I believe the Bollinger, my favorite is $24.00 or something like that. It gets very crowded and they do not take reservations forsmall groups but it is always well worth the wait. Highly recommend the dessert sampler.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Chic atmosphere, affordable wine, lovely service

My friend and I pulled this restaurant out of a NY Times review of places for late-night food - we arrived for dinner at 1 a.m. There were only a couple of other tables full at that hour, but the steaks were tasty, the waitress attentive and friendly, and the mini desserts inexpensive and delicious. A great find, I'll definitely be back there in the wee hours.



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Landmarc is one of our favorite restaurants in the city. The service is always friendly, the space is inviting and the food is delicious. But the highlight if this joint is the wine list. This is without a doubt the BEST and LOWEST markup wine list in the city. On average we pay about half of what we'll pay anywhere else or the same bottle of wine and their half bottle selection is wonderful. The desserts are simple but for $15 you can get ALL of them and they offer ice-cream in cones and sweet cotton for the kids. It is a true neighborhood place that is worth traveling for.



Provided by Citysearch - 
This is one of my favorite places in the neighborhood.

My boyfriend and I go here for special occasion dinners, but also just for weekend brunch. It's kind of a hidden gem, so I really shouldn't be talking about how great it is, but it really does deserve amazing reviews. The food is terrific. I've never had anything remotely bad, nor have any of my dining companions. The best things about it though are the wine list, which is extensive and super reasonably priced, and the dessert list, which is a bunch of inexpensive, small, delicious desserts so you can order a bunch of them and share. The ice cream is the best of them, and trust me, I've tried them all!



Provided by Citysearch - 
eat meat - and go away hungry?

the restaurant is trendy in that industrial tribeca way (if you like that sort of thing), and service is good. the best thing this restaurant offers is meat - any meat - and its side dishes. i made the mistake of ordering the ""pan seared"" monk fish, which actually tasted more pan fried, and was dry around the edges. it came on top of grease-soaked watercress and fried potatoes, so i felt that basically my attempt to eat a less-fatty fish dish was fruitless.

if i am going to eat that much grease, i want it to be from meat. and landmarc's meat is good. had a taste of ribeye, which was a bit fatty but i love that part. ate several helpings of the steak tartare, which is well worth the amount of lipitor you need to take as a result of consuming massive quantities of red meat. even the bone marrow appetizer was good.

the sides were good, as well - swiss chard and ratatouille are worth ordering.

what i didn't like: it was quite dark, so feel free to go there if you don't want to be recognized, or want more flattering lighting to cover up age or acne. i also HATE when restaurants give you a ridiculously small portion for big prices - it's like a freaking mini cooper. with the exceptions of the bone marrow, entrees and wine (ha.), this was the case. the fois gras terrine was delicious, but it can easily be called ""wafer thin"". the salmon carpaccio was okay, but wouldn't fill even a quarter of a bagel. and the sides...while delicious, they were about the size of a cup of soup - hardly enough for two people, which is robbery considering their cost. and don't get me started on the desserts. one person ordered the tiramisu, to which i said, ""that's funny. i'm done and don't remember eating yet."" maybe this restaurant would be better suited to los angeles? however, everyone there swore off red meat in the 1980s.