By Mae Velasco, Assistant Editor
Nobu New York, the self-proclaimed flagship restaurant of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, is moving from its well-known spot in Tribeca to the heart of Wall Street and the World Trade Center. Nobu is one of the Big Apple's most influential restaurants that has pioneered Japanese cuisine in the last 20 years.
The restaurant will open by early 2017 in the former AT&T building with a ground-level floor plan on the Fulton Street side and a portion of the lower level. The layout will be more than 14,000 square feet in total, a jump up from its current 9,000 square feet on Hudson Street. Will fans who consider Nobu synonymous with Tribeca be in for a shock, or will they eagerly gear up for the move? Read More