New satellite location for the eponymous Carnegie Hill original provides a downtown venue for culture, arts and entertainment access and inspiration.
Loft-like and airy, this old-world fresh market welcomes food shoppers, browsers, and café habitues.
A relaxed and refined interpretation of classic Austrian bistro fare.
Since 1990, one of the best in comfort food and brunch.
tribeca issey miyake:
Worldwide flagship location for Issey Miyake.
Nobuyuki Matsuhisa's pioneering transformation of classical Japanese food into a wholly new culinary expression...to go.
Innovative, eclectic collection of thoughts and finds from this successful Japanese menswear designer.
Former cafeteria turned into 80's icon, this French-American brasserie still holds up. Familiar, well-worn hip, with authentic neighborhood vibe.
A shot-and-a-beer classic that's been around longer than just about anything else in Tribeca.
regal battery park cinema:
Eleven theatres to choose from. This multiplex is one of the better kept secrets of NY -- rarely a mob scene. Apres movie, only short walks to all the best tribeca eateries.
smith and mills:
Can't beat the aged patina of this 450 sq. ft. former carriage stable. Classic mixed drinks (stirred, not shaken), and the high style snacks are a bonus to the ambiance.
Long time purveyor of goods for the style-minded -- sans all flash and trend.
This tribeca wine retailer specializes in small producers from California, France, and Italy. Daily wine tastings and same day walk-over delivery in tribeca.
This reliable, neighborhood stand-by can't serve a bad meal. Beers, burgers; steaks, fries; roasted chicken, mashed potatoes. Good and simple.