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Chef David Bouley’s latest culinary innovation, Brushstroke, is situated in downtown Manhattan’s tony Tribeca neighborhood, mere steps from the chef’s eponymous flagship, Bouley. Located at 30 Hudson Street, between Duane and Reade Streets, Brushstroke has a rather unassuming façade — you may even walk right past it — but you’ll recognize the Japanese restaurant by its rice paper-lined windows and inky black columns guarding the entrance. Brushstroke is a short walk from the Chambers Street subway stop, which services the 1, 2, 3, A and C lines, and is easily accessible from the West Side Highway. If you want to snag a reservation, you can call the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant directly.