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    1. Brookfield

      Brookfield Place is the height of luxury shopping, dining and cultural arts in downtown Manhattan. The complex is positioned just south of Tribeca along the Hudson River waterfront and home to international fashion houses including Hermès, Bottega Veneta and Burberry, and contemporary brands such as Diane von Furstenberg, Theory, Michael Kors, Vince and Lululemon.

    2. Oculus

      The new World Trade Center is transforming Downtown shopping — with over half a million square feet of new retail, appealing to a large and diversified audience of international & local visitors. Offerings include boutiques and specialty stores, plus convenience retail and malls brimming with leading global brands including Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos and Turnbull & Asser.

    3. Augustine

      Augustine is the latest concept from famed restaurateur Keith McNally.

    1. 1WTC Observatory

      Explore three levels filled with innovation and inspiration at One World Observatory, located in the top three floors of One World Trade Center.

    2. 9/11 Memorial and Museum

      A tribute to the past and a place of hope for the future — the 9/11 Memorial Plaza is alive with twin spirits of remembrance & renewal.

    3. Manhattan Proper

      Manhattan Proper offers great television accessibility, which is crucial for sports viewing, but maintains a stylish atmosphere for the more sophisticated sports fan.

    1. Tinys & The Bar Upstairs

      Offers a warm-hearted atmosphere in Tribeca to enjoy lunch, brunch, dinner or simply a glass of wine.

    2. Gary Graham

      Gary Graham’s intimate Tribeca shop showcases his beautiful clothing designs—from billowy dresses to high-end leather pieces, Gary Graham’s pieces have an effortless and casual but luxe appeal.

    3. Annelore

      Designer Juliana Cho has a knack for making her dress-wearers look effortlessly put together.

    1. Nili Lotan

      High-end womenswear from the namesake designer in a white-walled gallery with rare books & artwork.

    2. Laughing Man Coffee & Tea

      Trendy counter serve known for hip baristas, high-end coffees & creative teas.

    3. Brushstroke

      Brushstroke is the only restaurant in North America that features 2 kitchens in the same building, each with their own Michelin star. For that alone it is one of the most unique dining experiences in New York City.

    1. 9/11 Memorial

      An educational and historical institution honoring the victims and examining 9/11 and its continued global significance.

    2. Brookfield Place

      An eclectic center with shopping, dining & events.

    3. 1WTC

      1WTC

      At 1,776 feet tall, One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.

    1. Little Park

      Seasonal Specific Dining

      Inspired by choice ingredients and longtime partnerships with farmers and purveyors, chef Andrew Carmellini raises the bar with his hyper seasonal menu. Little Park’s focus is clearly on origins and specificity of everything in the place—even Carmellini’s custom North Fork IPA will give rise to bread service, made using the spent grains regained from the brewing process…

      Mediterranean flavors come into play, as well, complemented by wines from that area’s cooler climes, as well as progressive, domestic wines from the Pacific Northwest, California and the Empire State. Breakfast and brunch feature house-pressed juice blends, spelt pancakes and free-range farm eggs.

       

    2. Tribeca Treats

      The name tells most of the story, so now it’s up to you to take your sweet tooth for a test drive with this specialty baker’s chocolates, cakes, cupcakes and cookies.

    3. Babesta

      The store for “trendsetting tots” founded by a mom who didn’t want to put up with the status quo. Touché.

    1. Shinola

      A great story of American quality, reinvented as an American luxury in watches, leather goods—and now bicycles.

    2. The Ludlow Shop – J. Crew

      The place to suit and tie it up in TriBeCa, have a shirt monogrammed and pick up some new kicks while you’re at it.

    3. Boomerang Toys

      This family owned TriBeCa shop is packed with what New York Magazine calls “a who’s who (and what’s new)” of toys for children of all ages to learn through play.

    1. Century 21

      Since 1961, C21 has designer fashion at incredibly low prices for men, women and children.

    2. Steven Alan

      Known for his now-signature Reverse Seam Shirt, Steven has earned a loyal following for his modern reinterpretation of classics for men and women.

    3. Hal Bromm Gallery

      Tribeca’s first contemporary art gallery is the stuff of legend, whose early “new talent” shows introduced Keith Haring, David Salle, Robert Longo to an unsuspecting public.

    1. Art in General

      A nonprofit assisting artists with the production and presentation of new work, the storefront and sixth floor gallery spaces feature rotating exhibitions of contemporary art.

    2. The Flea Theater

      For audiences seeking bold and inventive work, look no further than this “joyful hell in a small space” dedicated to raising the bar for Off-Off-Broadway productions.

    3. Smith & Mills

      House-made charcuterie and rustic seafood in a warmly retro-industrial, but intimate, atmosphere.

    1. Marc Forgione

      A charming neighborhood affair, serving New American cuisine by the eponomous Iron Chef.

    2. The Odeon

      All the bistro classics, done right and attitude-free, for over 20 years.

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