TriBeCa is the famous and artsy Triangle Below Canal. Recently ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s most expensive zip codes, this is the neighborhood of choice for those who can afford it. If you’ve just moved into a coveted TriBeCa loft, are looking for an apartment in the area, or simply want to pay this hip neighborhood a visit, Manhattan luxury apartment broker Platinum Properties is here with a guide to TriBeCa’s best spots.
WHERE TO: eat out.
Nobu New York, 105 Hudson Street
The flagship restaurant of Chef Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro is a beautiful oasis of gourmet Japanese food and architecture.
The Odeon, 145 West Broadway
A veteran of the neighborhood, The Odeon’s classic brasserie fare has stood the test of time. Stop by for weekend brunch at this popular restaurant.
WHERE TO: catch a flick.
Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick Street
The Tribeca Film Festival put this triangle of land on the world map. Don’t miss watching the festival’s nominated movies and others at Tribeca Cinemas.
WHERE TO: appreciate art.
Let There Be Neon, 38 White Street
This studio has been creating custom neon signs and artwork for 40 years. Peruse their bright collection, which includes wings from the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and the iconic signs for Kiehl’s stores.
Apexart, 291 Church Street
This not-for-profit gallery allows anyone to submit proposals for exhibitions, showcasing unique and eclectic artwork.
The Mysterious Bookshop, 58 Warren Street
If you prefer literature over visual art, make the Mysterious Bookshop your new haunt. You can peruse their specialized collection of rare, vintage, and modern mystery books for hours.
WHERE TO: take a stroll.
Duane Park, Duane Street & Hudson Street
This quaint little triangle, the first public space acquired by New York City to convert into a park, is the perfect spot to enjoy a sunny day.
Harrison Street Row Houses, Harrison Street & Greenwich Street
Walking past these restored Federal houses will make you feel like you stepped back in time.
WHERE TO: enjoy a night out.
Brandy Library, 25 N. Moore Street
This TriBeCa watering hole has “the biggest collection of brown spirits in New York.” Relax to their jazz soundtrack as you enjoy a wonderful evening out.
Ward III, 111 Reade Street
This intimate lounge specializes in custom cocktails. Ward III also hosts free whiskey tastings on Monday evenings, led by a different distiller every week.
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