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If you want to dine at Brushstroke, the Japanese culinary innovation from chef David Bouley, reservations are required to snag a table for dinner during operating hours, Monday through Saturday between 5:30 and 10:30 p.m. Even though you can’t just stroll in with your party, you can call the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant directly to book a private event or catering service.
The New York City restaurant’s convenient location at 30 Hudson Street, between Duane and Reade Streets, puts it in walking distance of the Chambers Street subway stop, which services the 1, 2, 3, A and C lines. It’s also easily accessible from the West Side Highway if you’re driving. But you’ll want to take advantage of New York’s infinite supply of cabs, so you can imbibe in one of Brushstroke’s yummy signature cocktails.