Taking its name from the acronym Triangle Below Canal, TriBeCa is situated between the Financial District, SoHo, and the West Village. The best things to do in TriBeCa are easy to find, as the neighborhood is filled with unique attractions, restaurants and shopping.
An impressive modern aesthetic fills this expansive bi-level space. Thalassa has an impressive seafood selection that is complimented by excellent sides and delectable appetizers (the octopus is a must-try). Thalassa is a great place for private parties, a romantic date, or even a large group dinner.
Smith and Mills
If you’re OK with a restaurant that doesn’t have a kitchen, while still producing delectable comfort food dishes such as fennel mac and cheese, chicken schnitzel, and a brioche burger, Smith and Mills is the place to visit for an intimate evening that’s perfect for a first date or an intimate cocktail.
The perfect spot to grab a casual bite-the sandwiches melt in your mouth and the pastas are simply delicious (not to mention affordable).
An upscale, yet local, joint with high-end traditional bar snacks and a non-sports bar vibe.
World Financial Center
The memorial site of the World Trade Center and the site for the new World Financial Center.
A favorite of locals, walking the Brooklyn Bridge between Brooklyn and Manhattan provides beautiful views of the Statue of Liberty, Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn.
92nd St Y
An arts and entertainment complex that features live performances, lectures, courses, and art exhibits.
Burden Antiques & Works of Art
This specialty shop features a notable selection of antique and vintage furniture, art, accessories and decorative accents
A space that truly pays homage to high-end 20th century furniture. Milo Baughman, Marcel Breuer, and Hans Wenger originals can all be found under this elegant store’s roof.
Smyth is just a short walk from the popular SoHo shopping area, which includes everything from charming boutiques to high end department stores.
J. Crew Liquor Store
This menswear-only boutique from J. Crew occupies this celebrated space, featuring plush leather furniture, antique accessories, and vintage liquor bottles that complement J.Crew’s dapper offerings
Fashion designer Rogan Gregory’s Tribeca boutique which showcases his contemporary, casual collection
Steven Alan Annex
The designer’s multi-brand boutique that carries his namesake line of button-downs and hoodies in addition to a selection of contemporary labels in clothing and accessories.