Brushstroke Restaurant Opens It’s Doors

Brushstroke Restaurant Opens It’s Doors

The Brushstroke Restaurant, located at 30 Hudson Street in TriBeCa is now open for business. The Japanese restaurant is owned by David Bouley and features head chefs Hiroki Murashima and Isao Yamada. The restaurant offers a full menu of sushi, but the main attraction for the establishment is the tasting menu. Here, between 8 and 10 courses will be offered all ranging from $85 to $135.

It has taken three years to plan the restaurant. Featuring an exhibition kitchen, people are already lining up at the doors waiting to experience the tastes of Japanese cuisine. The hours are currently 5:30 pm to 11 pm, but lunch hours will be being added during the summer.

The décor of the restaurant is casual yet elegant and includes a large steel slab, a small bar and lounge and a giant wall of books that resemble blocks of wood. The interior is quite stunning and the menu offers a lot of choices. The main dining room seats 54 and the exhibition kitchen has seating for an additional 15 patrons.
Brushstroke Restaurant owner has a vision to create a unique and memorable dining experience. With the two head chefs that have been selected, the restaurant will surely be offering some of the finest Japanese food in TriBeCa.

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