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Zagat calls this seafood emporium “Greece’s gift to TriBeCa”, and we agree. Promise us you won’t leave without trying the honey-glazed baklava.
Hung out with the Owner who is such a great Guy! The food will take your breath away! Lamb Chops out of this world!!
A spacious Mediterranean restaurant that’s perfect for a date or a group outing. Do not pass on the Octapodi, the Tartare Trio or the Lamb Shank.
Best advice? Go someplace else.
Great deal on Sunday prix fixe, plus live Greek music & 50% off vino bottles
Try the Scallops Wrapped In Kalaifi (via @Foodspotting)
This is a special occasion place, at least for us. Not simply because it's somewhat expensive, but because the service is so attentive and the food so delicious and the atmosphere so exquisite.
Excellent food! Great service ! Customer orientation above expectation !
this place's seafood selection could make a grown man cry. from happiness. provided they don't have a shellfish allergy.
Amazing Greek food esp. if you like seafood! Make sure you try the house olive oil.
Giant prawns are delicious appetizer.
Food okay. Service very slow waited 45 minutes for our wine. Fish had quite a few bones left.
Great service and food...
The service here is amazing! I love this place. Seafood is off the hook! Order the king crab leg (do NOT be afraid to get it battered), it's worth every penny.
Thalassa179 Franklin St (btw Hudson Street and Greenwich St), New York, NY 10013
With 3 stars from Forbes & Zagat, Thalassa is one of the finest restaurants in TriBeCa. Enjoy live Greek music Sundays.
Great ambiance and friendly service. Their Greek wine list is solid. Enjoy!
Ask the bartender (Spiro) to create a cocktail for you off the cocktail menu using Sagatiba cachaca...you won't be disappointed!
Try the Kerkira cocktail..on the list - with fresh raspberries, agave nectar, bitter orange, fresh squeezed lime juice and substitute the gin with Sagatiba cachaca! Fabulous!!
Some of the freshest seafood in town!
Did you see the article in NY Magazine online? It's called Excuse me waiter, you are dripping snot in my soup. I had already heard about the article in NY Times about not letting waiters call in sic
enjoy fresh fish and great octopus, steak. great salads.