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Tonight, Terroir Tribeca officially opens its doors in lower Manhattan. That’s the night after TT’s excellent chef, Marco Canora, master wine director Paul Grieco and their whole crew threw a full-on pre-opening party that included Time magazine’s Josh Ozersky, who came from Fatty ’Cue in Williamsburg; Momofuku’s Cory Lane, who came from Má Pêche uptown; and the Locanda Verde kitchen gang, which came from three blocks away. By the time I got there, any food that might have been was gone, but Canora has added several new items to the menu he perfected at Terroir East Village, including fried meatballs, veal-meatball-and-ricotta sandwiches and double-loin Colorado lamb steak. Meanwhile, Grieco was pouring some of the 150 or so bottles on the TT list, including, I believe, the two wines he now has on tap. Although I’m not sure that counts as "pouring."
Terroir Tribeca's terrific chef Marco Canora.