Nestled in the heart of downtown Manhattan, Tribeca is a vibrant and fashionable neighborhood known for its historic buildings, trendy boutiques, and world-class dining scene. With its cobblestone streets and chic loft apartments, Tribeca has become a thriving cultural hub, attracting artists, celebrities, and young professionals alike. Home to the annual Tribeca Film Festival, this eclectic neighborhood offers a unique blend of old-world charm and modern sophistication.

Hotels

Public Hotel

Developed by Ian Schrager and designed by Herzog and De Meuron, The Public Hotel rests in between Soho, Noho, Nolita, Tribeca, and the Lower East Side. It has great access to every corner of Lower Manhattan. A favorite spot for New Yorkers, the hotel offers a rooftop bar with amazing cocktails that can be enjoyed on the second floor, and a cozy space for socializing. In addition, hotel guests are offered complimentary daily wellness classes in the mornings to start their day.

The Roxy Hotel

The Roxy Hotel is a stylish and eclectic retreat for both locals and travelers alike. Housed in a historic 1920s building, the hotel effortlessly blends old-world charm with modern amenities. Guests can enjoy luxurious accommodations, a vibrant nightlife scene, and top-notch dining options. The Roxy Hotel also boasts a screening room, a jazz club, and a sprawling rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing weekend getaway or a lively night out, the Roxy Hotel offers the perfect setting for a memorable stay.

Restaurants

Tiny’s

Created by three siblings, Tiny’s has become the neighborhood spot for anyone to eat, drink, and talk over a glass of wine. Originally built inside an 1800s townhouse, colored now in pink, it is located in the heart of Tribeca. There are many raw elements left over from the original building, such as copper, marble, brick, stone, and zinc. They offer a raw bar with an amazing hamachi carpaccio and mussels to share. For mains, their roasted duck and vegetable curry is simply mouth-watering. They have their own creative twist on an espresso martini called the Harpin Turn. This mezcal-based drink has bitter notes with grapefruit and coffee liquor is a new favorite for New Yorkers.

Bubby’s

A perfect brunch spot on Sundays, Bubby’s offers one of the best pancakes in New York City. The menu offers classic American breakfast foods like turkey BLT, tomato soup and grilled cheese and an Abe Lincoln breakfast consisting of grits, sausage and eggs. The ambiance adds to the dining experience with exposed brick complimented by wood paneling and furniture, the space creates a cozy environment for restaurantgoers.

Paros Tribeca

Traveling from the Aegean Sea over the Atlantic Ocean, Paros Tribeca brings Greek cuisine to New York restaurant tables. The menu contains fresh daily imported seafood with a selection of Hellenic specialties and hand-crafted cocktails. Starting with a classic Greek salad, grilled octopus and calamari to share, continued with a swordfish kebab for the table. Traditionally, it is recommended to have ouzo, a traditional Greek drink, with dinner. For anyone not feeling adventurous Hades’s Passion, a rum-based drink, and Santa Maria with a tequila base are great choices.

Sarabeth’s

A New York classic, Sarabeth’s is a go-to spot in Tribeca for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Initially, starting as a tiny bakery, quickly grew into a restaurant with the original preserves and baked goods available on the menu. Guests can enjoy the baby oak lettuce followed by the grilled ahi tuna and pan-seared jumbo scallops, the menu is rich with seafood and vegetables.

The Odeon

The Odeon is a beloved culinary institution that has been serving up classic American fare with a French twist since 1980. With its iconic Art Deco design and bustling atmosphere, this restaurant exudes timeless charm and sophistication. Guests can indulge in dishes like steak frites, onion soup gratinée, and decadent chocolate mousse, all expertly prepared by the talented kitchen team. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner for two or a lively brunch with friends, The Odeon is sure to impress with its impeccable service and delectable cuisine.

Frenchette

Frenchette is a modern French bistro with a chic and inviting atmosphere. The menu celebrates classic French cuisine with a fresh and innovative twist. From the expertly prepared seafood dishes to the perfectly cooked steaks and flavorful vegetable sides, every dish at Frenchette is a culinary masterpiece. The extensive wine list curated by the talented sommelier team complements the menu perfectly, making every meal a true dining experience.

Bars

The Hideaway

The Hideaway is a modern bar with a retro twist. The interior shines red with neon signs lighting up the room. They offer a great selection of beers, wine and cocktails making it a perfect spot to start out your night with friends. The spicy guava margarita and the penicillin are amongst the favorites.

Weather Up

Weather Up is a sleek and sophisticated cocktail bar that offers a unique and upscale drinking experience. With its dimly lit ambiance, trendy decor, and expertly crafted drinks, Weather Up is the perfect spot for a night out. The bar’s talented mixologists use premium spirits and fresh ingredients to create delicious and inventive cocktails that are sure to impress even the most discerning palate. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic martini or a creative rum-based concoction like Ten Past 5, Weather Up offers an extensive selection of drinks.

Grand Banks

The ultimate oyster bar, Grand Banks, is lined next to the water on the historic wooden schooner, Sherman Zwicker. The boat can be reached by walking along the Hudson River Pier 25. The expertly prepared cocktails will inspire guests to indulge in many different concoctions. The cocktail, Permanent Vacation, will transport you to St. Tropez in the summer with a rum base and pineapple coconut flavoring. To feel refreshed, Get On Up, a strawberry lime tequila drink is the way to go. If you’re not feeling adventurous, Grand Banks offers the classic martini, gin and tonic and Aperol spritz to sip on.

Nubeluz

Nubeluz is the newest cocktail destination in New York. Created by the award-winning chef at The Ritz Carlton, it was envisioned to attract guests with its stylish interior and new interpretations of well-known cocktails. The bar has a breathtaking 270-degree view of New York’s skyline.  Their signature cocktail list encourages guests to try new flavors such as the Melon Cloud which is tequila-based with chai tea and citrusy notes or Foggy Hill with bitter and sweet notes of vermouth.

Shops

180 the Store

180 the store is a small business founded by Denise Williamson. Many brands showcase their designs and carefully crafted objects in the store. All items displayed are rotated seasonally offering an ever-changing shopping experience. The store has hosted residencies with well-known brands such as Japanese labels Kapital, Visvim, and Chimala, to brands with cult followings such as BrandBlack, Frama, Comme Des Garcons. In addition, the store carries artisanal home furnishings like pottery by Samuel Johnson and fragrances from Aoiro Airdesign.

Jenni Kayne Tribeca

For anyone looking to keep a simple and minimal wardrobe, Jenni Kayne offers all the wardrobe essentials that stand out. All the pieces in the store are made to look effortless with knit cashmere sweaters or linen pants. The accessories are inspired by vintage fashion pieces that help create an eternal classic in your wardrobe.

Health & Beauty

Tribeca Medspa

Tribeca Medspa focuses on results for your skin. They promote a comprehensive list that has customized skincare and repairs that promote optimal health. Their services are customer-centric, making everyone’s experience unique. They offer services like hydra facials and glow treatments to bring out your inner glow.

Acupuncture Tribeca

The ultimate relaxing experience in New York, Acupuncture Tribeca offers more than just acupuncture. Their services promote healthy skin for customers with microneedling and herbal medicine consultations.

Shibui Spa

Shibui Spa aims to balance traditional and modern life by creating a balance between nature and city life. Shibui’s interiors embrace wood, water and stone to bring calmness to guests and achieve ultimate relaxation. All products used are plant-based. They offer omakase facials, healing burch massage for sore muscles and a traditional Japanese shiatsu for a tranquil day.

Parks

Tribeca Park

Tribeca Park embraces the geographical shape the neighborhood was named after. It is a triangular shape surrounded by pre-war, brick buildings. A tiny oasis nestled in the middle of the city, a great place for sitting, reading a book, walking and enjoying public art. Run away to Tribeca Park with ice cream for a source of shade in the summer.

Washington Market Park

Washington Market Park is at the foot of the West Street pedestrian walkway. It is a popular neighborhood destination for families with children. There are small play areas spread out all over the park, including the famous ship called the “S.S. Fun!” Additionally, it is a great park fro athletes with a tennis court, half and full basketball court. The perfect park for anyone living near the neighborhood.  \

Fun Activities

City Vineyard

City Vineyard has brought liveliness to Tribeca with their live music events and wine-tasting tours. It feels as though you are stepping into an urban wine country. The spaces promote the warmth and modern comforts of vineyards. With a variety of functional spaces, City Winery is also available for private events.

Mini-Bean Sculpture

British-Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor has created a mini-bean sculpture in New York, similar to “The Bean” found in Chicago. The piece is located at 56 Leonard Street nestled under the famous Jenga Tower. The sculpture is 14 meters long and 6 meters tall. The sculpture creates a perfect harmony between the architecture and city by giving the illusion that it is being squished between the street and buildings.

Ghostbusters Headquarters

New York has endlessly beloved movie locations. Amongst the most iconic locations remains the Ghostbusters Fire Station from the 1984 classic movie. The exterior was used to showcase a fictional firehouse where Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston set up their ghostbusting operations. Even though the Ghostbusters sign doesn’t hang from the building, it is easy to recognize the famous entrance from the movie scenes. Annual Tribeca Festival

Annual Tribeca Festival

Tribeca Film Festival is the dream screening for independent film creators. The festival creates space for creative expression and entertainment in various genres to celebrate storytelling. Additionally, it is open to all emerging and established voices in film, TV, music and more. This year the festival will begin in June. Visitors and locals are welcome to buy tickets to view the new work that will be showcased this year.

Transportation 

The Ferry

St. George Route is by far the most fun way to make your way to Tribeca. It creates opportunities to enjoy the scenic skyline of New York and observe the famous New York City skyline.

The MTA

Williamsburg is accessible by B57, M1, M10, M15 and M55 bus services. Additionally, the 1, 2, A and E, N trains can be taken to reach your destination.

Walking

Walking from the Lower East Side, Soho, Chelsea, NoHo, West Village and Greenwich Village is a possible way of making your way to Tribeca. Walking next to pre-war buildings complimented by the new infrastructures of the industrial-style buildings will give you an opportunity to take in New York all at once.

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