The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel Interior
    1. North End Grill

      North End Grill

      Danny Meyer’s upmarket New American outpost highlights seafood in a classy, modern space.

    2. The Dead Rabbit

      The Dead Rabbit

      This 2-story spot embodies the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition.

    3. Tribeca Grill

      Tribeca Grill

      Buzzing TriBeCa spot co-owned by Robert De Niro serving a New American menu & lengthy wine list.

    1. Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

      Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

      Rotating selection of Homemade, locally-sourced lite fare to go and  freshly roasted coffee.

    2. Stone Street

      Stone Street

      Nestled in New York’s Financial District, this  cobblestone street, reminiscent of its 17th -century roots, is home to a variety of restaurants, pubs and pizzerias. 

    3. Atera


      An immersive sensory dining experience with Executive Chef Ronny Emborg. Atera – a two star Michelin restaurant in Tribeca

    1. Batard


      Creative New French cuisine offered on 6- or 9-course menus in a minimalist setting

    2. Tiffany’s


      Celebrated high-end fine jewelry retailer.

    3. Wall Street

      Wall Street

      Historically known as the center of New York’s financial district and spanning eight blocks, Wall Street is one of the world’s most famous thoroughfares

    1. Fulton Center

      Fulton Center

      This transit hub is a contemporary architectural marvel in Lower Manhattan and features a Sky Reflector Net centerpiece strung with a distinctive cable knit structure.

    2. Ellis Island National Museum and Statue of Liberty

      Ellis Island National Museum and Statue of Liberty

      The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World” was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. From 1892 to 1924, Ellis Island was America’s largest and most active immigration station, where over 12 million immigrants were processed. 

    3. City Hall

      City Hall

      Completed in 1812 and one of the oldest continuously used City Halls in the nation City Hall is one of the finest architectural achievements of its period and together with the surrounding park designated as a Historic District.

    1. Brooklyn Bridge

      Brooklyn Bridge

      Built between 1869 and 1883, The Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan with New York’s most populous borough, Brooklyn, and is on of the most famous and magnificent landmarks in New York City.

    2. Governors Island

      Governors Island

      A former U.S. Army military base and the oldest European settlement in New York, the island is open to the public during the summer and a perfect spot for a picnic, biking as well as enjoying a wide array of cultural activities.

    3. "Charging Bull" at Bowling Green

      "Charging Bull" at Bowling Green

      One of New York’s best-known landmarks the oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of financial optimism, and is one of the most iconic images of Wall Street.

    1. Anne Lore

      Anne Lore

      New York designer Juliana Cho has opened a Tribeca boutique that’s triple the size of her original West Village spot.

    2. Mysterious Bookshop

      Mysterious Bookshop

      Bookstore with a floor-to-ceiling stock of new, used, rare & collectible crime & suspense titles

    3. Brookfield Place

      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, Brookfield Place is the height of luxury shopping in downtown Manhattan.

    1. Weather Up

      Weather Up

      Slick TriBeCa watering hole with craft cocktails, sophisticated bar snacks & subway-tiled walls.

    2. City Hall Park

      City Hall Park

      Greenspace offering a respite from nearby government buildings with lawns, benches & a fountain.

    3. NYSE


      High-tech home of one of the world’s leading financial markets; closed to visitors without permits.

    1. World Trade Center & Observatory

      World Trade Center & Observatory

      The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the World Trade Center complex heralds the renaissance of Downtown Manhattan. 

    2. Brooklyn Bridge

      Brooklyn Bridge

      The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest bridges of either type in the United States.

    3. Hudson Eats

      Hudson Eats

      Large, modern food court with a variety of popular, counter-serve eateries, plus river views.

    1. Le District

      Le District

      Le District is an authentic French shopping district where your culinary needs are simply met by walking around from one market to the other.

    2. Blue Spoon Coffee

      Blue Spoon Coffee

      Fair-trade coffee & tea brewed in a relaxed atmosphere with made to order sandwiches on the side.

    3. Nobu


      Sleak Japanese-Peruvian spot known for its innovative new style cuisine paired with a hip crowd and celebrity following