Tribeca, New York.
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One of New York’s most artistic and expensive neighborhoods, Tribeca (the triangle below Canal Street) saw a resurgence of the arts in the early part of the decade that brought with it many of the actors and musicians who now reside in the loft apartments overlooking the Hudson River.

Home to many of the city’s entertainment companies, the chic area is a popular on-site shooting destination for a bevy of TV shows, as well as headquarters for Robert De Niro’s annual Tribeca Film Festival.

Despite the neighborhood’s high-profile denizens, the nightlife scene is relatively low key, though there are plenty of upscale restaurants like Nobu and Mr. Chow where successful creative types and hip young professionals can enjoy a meal before heading to the sleek bars and craft cocktail lounges that dot the cobblestone lanes.

Diverse and trendy, Tribeca is a sophisticated but laid-back place where, at any given moment, one can sip coffee next to supermodels, pass tattooed rockers on Hudson and Duane Street, or dine and drink with A-list celebrities.


Where to Go in Tribeca

  • * B Flat 20s / 30s / Ambient Jazz
  • * Brick NYC 20s / 30s / Bar / Brunch / Burgers
  • * Ward III 20s / 30s / After Work / Artsy

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