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Brushstroke is a short walk from the Chambers Street subway stop, which services the 1, 2 and 3 lines. Once you exit the subway station, walk two blocks north on Hudson Street — the casually elegant Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is nestled between Duane and Reade Streets. A second Chambers Street stop, two blocks southeast, services the A and C lines and is also within walking distance of the restaurant.
If you drive, the New York restaurant is most easily accessible from the West Side Highway. Turn off at Vestry Street and make your way south into Tribeca.
And, of course, with more than 10,000 yellow cabs servicing Manhattan, Brushstroke is always just a simple taxi ride away.