A Guide to NYC’s Tribeca Neighborhood
Known as much for its great restaurants as it is for a certain film festival, Tribeca is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan that literally means the “Triangle Below Canal”. Bounded by Canal Street, West Street and Broadway, this ever popular neighborhood is steps from The James in Soho. Take a stroll a bit south and explore the best places to eat, shop and do in Tribeca.
Atera, 77 Worth Street
Dubbed as an immersive and sensory dining experience, the 18 seats at this foodie destination are hard to come by. Plan in advance to snag one and experience Chef Ronny Emborg’s multi-course prix-fixe menu (with unique ingredients like birch sap and fresh pine) served from an open kitchen. Into foodie photography? A scroll through their website is like its own mini cooking magazine.
Edon Manor, 391 Greenwich Street
An accessory lovers’ dream, Edon Manner stocks an assortment of shoes, handbags and small leather goods from brands like Celine, Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang. However, the true event is the store itself, designed to feel like an English library.
Hudson River Park’s Pier 25, Harrison & North Moore Streets
An ideal spot for the whole family, mini-golf, a skate park and playground are just the beginning. There’s also water features, swings and climbing walls – perfect for the kid in all of us.
Tribeca Film Festival, 375 Greenwich Street
A New York and entertainment industry institution, the Tribeca Film Festival was founded by Jane Rosenthal, Craig Hatkoff and, of course, Robert DeNiro. Hosted every April, the festival’s mission is to help filmmakers reach the broadest possible audience, enable the international film community and general public to experience the power of cinema and promote New York City as a major filmmaking center. Explore early ticket packages here.