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Chinese Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
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311 Church St #1 New York, NY 10013
311 Church Street #1USNew YorkNew York10013
$$$Chinese Restaurant, Portuguese Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Portuguese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSunday 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
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A bi-level, 1940s gambling parlor sets an exotic backdrop for Chinese-Portuguese small plates.- Google
"Great Portuguese / Asian fusion with a great bar and cocktail list."
"The place has a nice dark vibe."
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Manuel I.
a month ago
This is a nice spot for a late night drink or some food. Dropped by with some friends around midnight during the week. The place has a nice dark vibe. Big bar and some booths to sit in the dining area. The cocktails are good. The food is ok, they have a separate dinner and late night menu. Food: On the late night menu the highlight is the Short-rib burger. It was really good. they have smoked paprika fries. Not sure I understand why these are here, regular fries with paprika sprinkled on them is not special. the prices are high for what the food is, I think it has more to do with the location. I like the atmosphere and decor, if you happen to be in the area late night, good spot to grab a drink.
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Paul Burke
3 weeks ago
This place is well worth the visit. Great staff, food & bar. We will be back for sure!
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PhiL C
5 months ago
Great Portuguese / Asian fusion with a great bar and cocktail list.
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Raffi Asdourian
a year ago
Awash with retro styled vibes from the Far East, there's something special about Macao Trading Company from the moment you walk in the door. With a diverse bar menu that stands with the very best New York City has to offer, expertly crafted by the same team behind the West Village's Employees Only, and tapas food that is a delicious hybrid of both Chinese and Portuguese, you will always have an awesome time here. For drinks definitely try the Dragon's Milk, a signature cocktail green tea vodka, coconut puree and thai basil. For food stick with the mushroom and truffle croquettes, the savory African Chicken, boneless spare ribs and the delectable fried rice with poached egg. Insider tip, every first Monday of each month they host an underground burlesque show in the basement called Drunken Dragon nights, one of the best burlesque shows in town! Bottom line: Easily one of Tribeca's best spots to drink and dine.
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Stephanie Han
4 months ago
After wandering around Chinatown/SOHO I found myself in need of a restroom and a place to rest my tootsies for a spell. I turned the corner and saw the sign for this place--seemed like it might fit the bill, but it turned out to be much more! I loved the ambiance of the place, its dark eclectic decor evocative of the early 20th century colonial Chinese port town of its namesake. It was a quiet weeknight so I was able to strike up a conversation with the bartender and decided on a refreshing cocktail upon his recommendation (the Portonic). I was too full to try any of their food, but from what I could see on the tables and next to me at the bar, people seemed to be enjoying it. I spent a very pleasant hour or so sipping my drink and chatting with the bartenders, both of whom who happened to have the same name (which escapes me at the moment).
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Megan Cardenas
3 months ago
Chili lobster tail is to die for...the atmosphere is so calming..its a place to take your special someone out.
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Bill Pollock
a year ago
Average to good food. Small portions and overpriced for what you get. Squid did not taste particularly fresh. Kale salad was fresh but bland. Piri piri chicken was fine. Fried whole fish was nice and fresh but unimpressive. The place has a Long Island, party feel to it and though the ambiance is fake worn, it's really kind of dirty.
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Chris Carruthers
a year ago
From Seattle. Vibe feels like home. Great soul tunes playin, drinks on point... a great dim space to tie one on or grub.