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Finding a parking spot in Brushstroke’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood can be as tricky as mastering the art of chopsticks. Metered parking is available on surrounding corners and is unrestricted after 7 p.m. Though, Brushstroke’s location isn’t the most car-friendly place, thanks to narrow streets and a park blocking off a part of Hudson Street. You’ll find a couple of nearby parking garages, but with this being Manhattan, we recommend you take advantage of the city’s accessible subway or infinite supply of cabs to avoid any parking headaches that may stand between you and Brushstroke’s tantalizing Japanese cuisine. If you do use public transportation, the closest subway stop to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is Chambers Street, which services the 1, 2, 3, A and C lines.