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Brushstroke’s dress code is smart casual — no jackets or ties required here. During our visit to the Tribeca eatery, we observed most men wearing button-down shirts and slacks, while most women wore some variation of a dress or skirt/blouse ensemble. Seeing as the Japanese restaurant is open exclusively for dinner, most diners come directly from the office wearing their work attire. The general atmosphere of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is sleek yet relaxed, an attitude reflected by its friendly waitstaff. But don’t be too casual about the reservations policy — walk-ins are not welcome at this New York City restaurant.