Invite a friend!


179 Franklin Street New York NY 10013
(212) 941-7661
Is this your business?
Claim it now!
Something wrong?
Submit a correction
Average Rating
Total Reviews
Leave a review with:
  1. 1 Star
  2. 2 Stars
  3. 3 Stars
  4. 4 Stars
  5. 5 Stars
Is this your business? Claim it now!
Share on

Contact Us

Email the business

Toll Free
(800) 209-4565
(212) 941-9557

Business Hours

Status: Closed

12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:00pm
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-11:59pm

Additional Info

Payment Methods

  • Cash

YellowBot Recommends

La Couronne Restaurant

  • 23 Watchung Plaza Montclair, NJ 07042
  • (973) 744-2090

View Profile

Solar Do Minho

  • 15 Cleveland St. Belleville, NJ 07109
  • (973) 844-0500

View Profile

The Vein Institute at The Cardiovascular Care Group

  • 333 Mt. Hope Avenue, Suite 207 Rockaway, NJ 07866
  • (800) 954-8346

View Profile


  • 431 North Avenue West Westfield, NJ 07090
  • (908) 654-4011

"One of the best French Restaurants in New Jersey"

View Profile

Cheng Du 23

  • 6 Willowbrook Blvd. Wayne, NJ 07470
  • (973) 812-2800

Authentic Sichuan Cuisine

View Profile

Submit a correction

Know more about this business than we do? Cool! Please submit any corrections or missing details you may have.

Help us make it right

What the community has to say about Thalassa

Information about this business (12)


Same Day Passport Processing Starting at $89. Fast and secure in 3 easy steps. New passports, passport renewals, child passports, lost passports, passport pages,name changes and passport photos.

American Hotel is an elegant hotel exuding historic charm. Built in the mid 19th Century, this Greek Revival building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It offers a comfortable and pleasant stay with well-furnished rooms, good food and hospitable service.

Reviews of this business (285) view all

Share a review

Overall review sentiment


Top 3 sentiment words


Overall review sentiment


Rating distribution

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star
No rating
See more reputation details

Editorial reviews from the web (4)

"Elegant" Greek seafood is the specialty of this "high-end" TriBeCa "special-occasion" option; of course, such "fine" fish comes at a price ("you help pay its airfare"), but "first-rate" service and an "expansive", "Santorini"-esque setting soften any sticker shock.

Spacious and welcoming, Thalassa courteously offers up all the delights of Greece. Dark wood and a sleek marble bar give the TriBeCa space a crisp nautical allure. How fitting when fresh seafood is the star at this upscale Hellenic haven.…

Average Rating

"Thalassa" is Greek for the sea, and the Restaurant Thalassa lives up to it's name. The dining room lighting and elegant sails suggest that you are sailing the Greek Islands. Flowing curtains over original exposed brick remind you of the sandy shores of warm beaches. Urns from Tripoli once used to store olives and olive oil ages ago now overflow with fresh flowers as they sit atop hand-made...

A sharp, modern approach to Greek seafood in Tribeca.

Average Rating

The Scene
White sails pulled taut overhead, honey-colored wood plank floors, a marble bar--it feels like dining aboard a beautifully restored sailboat. The lighting is flattering, the...

Other reviews from the web (285) view all

Average Rating

Excellent staff and service. Seafood selection is large and fresh

Average Rating

Went to dinner with my boyfriend!Great restaurant with excellent ambiance , service, and food. Perfect portions for such a small price. If you're looking for something to fill you up this is the place to go! Had a great dinner here!

Average Rating

A real disaster of an experience and if we hadn't been with friends we would have left. So I am basing this review on service and poor decision-making of management - not on food (which was very good).
They were hosting a wedding reception downstairs - so unbelievably loud and raucous that it made all conversation impossible (we were upstairs, along with a few other unfortunates). Two Advil...

Average Rating

This is the fifth or sixth time I've eaten here, in this instance a family party. In the past, I've had excellent dining experiences. This time the food - mostly fish - was excellent as usual, but the service has, unfortunately, gone way downhill. It was confused and disorganized. The bar tender barely spoke English and made one of the drinks completely contrary to the guest's request; one of...

Average Rating

Loved the decor of the restaurant as well as the food. We were surprised when we got there as they had a free wine tasting that was very good. We enjoyed everything and look forward to returning.

Business description (15) view all

Contemporary Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant with rare Greek wines and hard to get boutique worldly wine list.


* Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine

* Greek, Seafood, Mediterranean

Thalassa means 'sea' in Greek. Its decor transfers you to the sea along the Greek islands. Appetizers feature Sardeles, where the sardines are imported especially from Portugal. Main courses include Lobster Youvetsi (cold water lobster braised with brandy), Lamb Shanks over stuffed baby eggplant and many other interesting items. You are bound to find the best collection of Greek wines here....

Thalassa Restaurant can be found at Franklin St 179. The following is offered: Restaurants: Seafood. The entry is present with us since Sep 10, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In New York there are 216 other Restaurants: Seafood. An overview can be found here.

The Forbes 2008 All-Star Eateries In New York;America's Top Restaurants: Award Of Unique Distinction Winners;Top-Notch Eateries;Best Restaurants For Wine: Best of Award Of Excellence;Best In Fine Dining

American Hotel was founded in 2001, and is located at 192 Main St in Sharon Springs. Additional information is available at or by contacting Doug Plummer at (518) 284-2105.

Tips about this business (4)

What to Drink: The wine list is full of interesting Greek finds and most bottles are priced between $35 and $55. Tsantali syrah ($40) is medium-bodied and a bit dry--it goes well with both seafood and meat.

The Extras: The dining room downstairs (with its own bar) can be reserved for private dinner parties (up to 130 people) and cocktail parties (up to 180).

The Extras

The dining room downstairs (with its own bar) can be reserved for private dinner parties (up to 130 people) and cocktail parties (up to 180).

What to Drink

The wine list is full of interesting Greek finds and most bottles are priced between $35 and $55. Tsantali syrah ($40) is medium-bodied and a bit dry--it goes well with both seafood and meat.

© 2007-2023 Solfo, Inc. – All rights reserved