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Best Bars in Tribeca - NYC

Best Bars in Tribeca - NYC

The way cool neighborhood of Tribeca is home to some of the most intriguing bars and restaurants in Manhattan, NYC.

Tribeca has become one of the best destination points for tourists as well as foodies and cocktail lovers from all over town.
Home to the Tribeca Film Festival, dozens of celebrities, from Mariah Carey, Billy Crystal, Leonardo DiCaprio and Derek Jeter to Robert DeNiro have, at one time or another, called Tribeca home.
An abbreviation for Triangle Below Canal Street, Tribeca 's boundaries include the aforementioned  Canal Street, West Street, Broadway and Chambers street. The borders do form a triangle like a shape.
With the influx of creative types and celebrities, more and more cafes, bars and restaurants came into existence. Hey the A-list crowd has to have somewhere to hang out. 

Manhattan  Proper - Tribeca

This trendy bar is loaded with sex appeal. No wonder that Manhattan Proper is the after work bar of choice for the neighborhood's millennial and young professional crowd. Refusing to settle for the mundane and boring, these lively guys and gals know a good thing when they see it.
Manhattan Proper effortlessly blends vintage fixtures and charming decor from a bygone era with a chill vibe and a chic contemporary industrial ambiance.
This is the perfect place to meet your date after work or get together with a group of friends and cheer your favorite team onto victory.
They have a really nice dining area towards the back of the establishment. But when the weather's warm, try to settle down in the bar area. The staff opens up a couple of huge windows, that creates an outdoor cafe feel.
manhattan proper
The signature cocktail here is, of course, The Manhattan served "proper", with Dickel Rye Whiskey, Fernet Branca and angostura bitters.
The raspberry Elixir is beyond refreshing with a mixture of bourbon, dry vermouth, raspberry syrup, lime juice and orange zest. Now, that is true sexiness in a glass.
Take a relaxing trip to the islands with the Hawaiian water, which consists of Grey Goose, vodka infused pineapple, fresh pineapple juice and a vodka soaked cherry.
They've got a great Happy Hour going on every Monday through Friday from 4 until 7 PM. You can grab select beers for $5 or have a glass of house red or white wine for six dollars. Well drinks are available for $7.
On weekends, take advantage of their sensational brunch offer. Nineteen dollars entitles you to your choice of brunch entree as well as two delicious brunch cocktails.
At any time, though, you can delight in the kitchen's  delectable menu. Small bites include a duo of classic American cheeseburgers, Gorgonzola Gnocchi or loaded sweet potato fries topped with applewood smoked bacon, cheddar, tomatoes, jalapenos and guacamole.
The black Truffle Caesar salad and chimichurri shrimp are also highly recommended.

Location and Hours 

6 Murray Street
New York NY, 10007
(646) 559-4445
Monday to Wednesday 11:30 AM to 12 AM
Thursday            11:30 AM to 2 AM
Friday and Saturday 11;30 AM to 4 AM
Sunday              11;30 AM to 12 A

Distilled New York - Tribeca

The definition of the verb distill is to" refine the design and layers of or to extract the essential elements of an object or liquid."
The folks here at Distilled New York have created an unforgettable after work experience that contains all of the elements that you desire; delicious food, great drinks and an enticing ambiance. All you have to do is show up and let the party begin.
Distilled New York celebrates the public house tradition in America, as being a gathering place for the community.Over a selection of fine spirits or stout and a plate of hearty food, locals could meet and engage in good conversation, political discourse or simply relax after a hard day at work.
Over the years, some things never change, especially our desire to bond with our fellow humans over a refreshing pick-me-up.
Pair up one of their cocktails or a a glass of wine or beer with a savory bar bite like the herbed mushroom spread on toast with whipped honey.
Entree selections include the Franklin Burger with Manhattan island sauce and your choice of tater tots, which are out of this world or a good for you greens and sprouts salad.
They also do a fantastic roasted half-chicken and a succulent bone-in pork chop. Either option goes down well with the Apricot gin daisy, which consists of Half moon Gin, an apricot shrub, lemon juice and a spritz of soda water.
Brunch is a really big deal here and deservedly so.  Sure, brunch-goers adore the Spiked pink lemonade with vodka,cointreau noir and grenadine.and the Distilled signature Bloody Mary.
But their  love for the salmon scramble, French toast waffles or Quiche Carolyn with spring onion pesto, is not far behind.
Whether you are doing brunch or enjoying a lively dinner, top off your meal with Distilled's boozy coffee. The potent blend of Bailey's, Jameson and laughing Man coffee is a celebration in a cup! 

Location and Hours 

211 West Broadway
New York NY, 10013
(212) 601-9514
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Monday to Wednesday  4 PM to 12 AM
Thursday-Friday      4 PM to 2 AM
Saturday            11 AM to 2 AM
Sunday              11 AM to 5 PM

Edwards - Tribeca

A neighborhood mainstay since 2001, Edwards has everything that you want in your local watering hole. First and foremost, the drinks are well made and the pours are generous.There hasn't been an adult beverage that's been invented that is not available here.
Domestic and imported reds and whites, draft or bottled beer as well as champagne and a diverse menu of cocktails are all  available for your drinking pleasure at Edwards.
The bar's cocktail list has more than a dozen selections, but standouts include their delicious Daiquiris, refreshing Mojitos, an expertly mixed Tom Collins, an old-school whiskey sour as well as an addicting Cosmopolitan.
Billed as an American bistro with a great bar, Edwards is owned by none other than Ed Youkilis of Lucky Strike fame over in SoHo. This man knows how to make his customers happy.
The place has a hip,contemporary saloon like ambiance. The beautiful all wood bar is framed by  an archway of exposed brick work.Comfy, classic black bar stools add an old, cozy, familiar touch.
The kitchen here will take good care of you. You might come to Edward's to chase the cares of your day away with a couple of stiff drinks, but you'll leave raving about the food.
A light but flavorful choice is the grilled salmon with julienned veggies in a lemon and butter sauce. The peppered yellow fin tuna is also good and it comes with sushi style rice and broccoli. Other options are a delicious warm frisee salad with a poached egg and the melt in your mouth grilled hanger steak.
You may also choose from Edward's Cincinnati style menu. Now, this is how comfort food should taste.
The signature dish is the Skyline chili. Be forewarned; this is not the bowl of chili that you are used to as a New Yorker. In Cincinnati, they do their chili complete with spaghetti and cheese. You can even order it five-way, with all the trimmings including onions, beans, cheese, chili seasonings and ground beef.
Edwards is that little known neighborhood gem that is soon destined to become your new favorite bar. 

Location and Hours

136 West Broadway
New York NY, 10013
(212) 233-6436
Monday to Sunday 9 AM to 12 AM  

Weather Up - Tribeca

Many popular bars in chic parts of town seem to enjoy serving up their cocktails with a garnish of "attitude" instead of the usual cherry or green olive. It's almost as though the bartenders feel like they are doing you a favor by waiting on you.
Well, rest assured, you won't find any chill in the air at Weather Up. The bar keeps are friendly and always on point. They keep things simple and tasty. The staff has a great handle on how to mix a satisfying drink. There's no need to put on a show and twirl bottles in the air or sneer at the customers.
The ambiance is kind of dressed-up, classy dive bar. The exposed brick lends character to the place. The booths by the windows and towards the back look mighty comfortable. Just sink in, sip and relax.
All cocktails come in at fifteen dollars which is not outrageous for the neighborhood. Not by a long shot.
The spectacular Yankee Rose is the antidote you've been waiting for  when you've had a bad day at the office. This magical potion is made with bourbon, peach and lemon juice  and
house made ginger syrup.
Go footloose with the Fancy free cocktail, which consists of a blend of bourbon, orange and angostura bitters and maraschino. The mercy Mercy mixes gin and aperol with lillet blanc.
On Monday through Saturday, from 5 to 7 pm, you can enjoy luscious oysters for a dollar each.
Weather Up also has a special late night happy hour, from 10 until closing, that features five dollar draft beers and reduced price cocktails for just $12 !
The menu contains some interesting bar food, as well. Your mouth will water when you catch sight of the house-cured pastrami sliders with gruyere cheese and sauerkraut. Other tempting selections range from beef tartare and  artichoke gratin to butternut squash crostini with whipped ricotta. 

Location and Hours

159 Duane Street
 New York NY, 10013
 (212) 766-3202
Monday to Wednesday  5 PM to 1 AM
Thursday to Saturday   5 PM to 2 AM
Sunday                       5 PM to 10 PM

Mudville Tap House - Tribeca

Making locals happy since 1977, Mudville has re-invented its' menu and drink list a couple of times over the years, but there's no silliness or pretension going on here. Just good, clean fun.
Family owned and operated, Mudville is a laid back neighborhood bar; one that knows just what you need to make your day that much brighter. And, when dusk falls, you'll want the night to last forever.
There are more than twenty beers on tap including Guinness draught, Abita Purple Haze, Bronx Banner and Green point Tidal lager.
As for the bottled brews; well, the choice is almost endless. You can order both International and domestic favorites, lagers, Pilsner, amber, red or brown ales, fruit beers. They even have a few gluten-free varieties.
The crowd is convivial and you will make new friends fast. Don't be surprised if you and the person next to you at the bar end up toasting each other before too long. it's that kind of place.
The kitchen is known for their delectable selection of ribs, wings and signature beer battered cod.
Foodies flock from all over Tribeca to sample  Mudville's specialty burgers.  The savory Tribeca burger is fully loaded with melted Gruyere cheese, caramelized onions and Rosemary aioli. Wow, even the bun tastes good. No need for a lettuce wrap here.
The Mudville burger is something really special. Everyone has their own favorite among the various ingredients ( cheddar, bacon, sunny side up egg and house sauce) but all can agree that this is one awesome beef patty.
For those who are in the mood for a different kind of taste, try the California burger. It's topped with pepper jack cheese, avocado, bacon and chipotle aioli. 

Location and Hours 

126 Chambers street
New York, NY 10007
Monday to Saturday  11;30 AM to 2 AM
Sunday              11:30 AM to 11 PM

The Bennett - Tribeca

Elevate your mood and make the most of your evening  by spending some quality time at The Bennett, a  bar and lounge that is bringing a large dose of glamour to the Tribeca nightlife scene.
The decor is visually appealing with aqua blue banquettes  and  a gold brocade design that runs the length of the ceiling.  Friendly folks gather after work at the light wood bar with a glossy black top. The color scheme throughout the bar draws you in, without, in any way, being loud or cheesy.
However, none of this would matter if the liquid refreshment wasn't top shelf. The Bennett serves some of the finest cocktails in the city, bar none.
Tasting is believing when you sip the Bergdorf Lunch, whose ingredients ( pisco, green apple juice, elderflower and an orange blossom spritz), come together  for a lasting impact.
Another boost your spirits concoction is the Dove Dispatch, which consists of tequila, campari, red bell pepper, grapefruit juice and a pinch of chili salt.
If you're on the run from the stress that's taken over your day then the getaway car is just what you need. Pineapple and lime juice, Tiki bitters and a dose of ancho chile are centered around a splash of Jamaican rum.
Gourmet bar snacks that will fill you up without that stuffed, heavy feeling, include cauliflower croquettes with blue cheese, savory wagyu steak skewers and the dish that everyone craves, the griddled cheddar toastie. Your pullman loaf is covered in gooey melted cheddar along with apple slices, pecans and grainy mustard.
Brunch is quite a big deal at the Bennett and rightly so. Their chefs prepare  food that has some personality to it.
Scrambled eggs are not just a simple plate of eggs here. Not by a long shot. The Bennett's eggs are scrambled with creme fraiche and baby onions.
The always acclaimed ricotta beignets are made with super fine sugar and, get this, beer jam.
Another must-try are the French-influenced eggs cocotte with bacon, roasted tomatoes, as well as both goat and Gruyere cheese. Your dish is accompanied by home fries and a house salad. You will be good to go until dinner time.
The bar has a great selection of Brunch cocktails ,but you can't go wrong with the St. Germain ( Prosecco, seltzer and a lemon twist) or The Almost Mimosa, a thirst-quenching blend of Fresh Orange Juice, apricots, campari and Prosecco. 

Location and Hours

134 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013
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Monday to Wednesday  5 PM to 1 AM
Thursday and Friday  5 PM to 2 AM
Saturday            12 PM to 2 AM
Sunday              12 PM to 11 PM

Terroir - Tribeca

The buzz here has always been about the fantastic wine list as well as the delicious food created by executive chef Andrew Riccatelli. Now, however, that buzz throughout the neighborhood has gotten a lot louder ever since chef Andrew achieved a hard-fought
victory on the Food Network show Chopped !

Inspired by his grandmother's cooking ,back when he was growing up in New Jersey, Andrew takes a simple, basic dish and turns it into something extraordinary. The secret is in the locally sourced ingredients and his talent for seasoning.
A man of many talents, Andrew, when he is not cooking at Terroir, plays drums in an independent rock band by the name of Grail.
The decor here is rustic Italian, which means that everything has a colorful, sexy edge to it. Wine bottles are artfully displayed on the walls and there are ample communal tables to accommodate the after work crowd.
If you are a fan of wine, keep an eye out for special events that you won't want to miss. Terroir recently hosted a wine tasting and seminar with Olivier Humbrecht.
As you might imagine, wine is the beverage of choice here. They have everything that you could desire, from Champagne and Riesling to reds and whites from France's Loire valley. You can order a glass or a bottle of some quality domestic wines, as well.
There's quite an interesting story behind the Italian winery that supplies Terroir with their delicious reds and whites.
Located in the Piedmont region of the land of Galileo and DaVinci, Produttori del Barbaresco was Italy's first wine co-operative. The Barbaresco label was founded in the Nineteenth century. Today, 19 growers are part of the team. The present winery is actually located across the street from the church where, generations ago, wine was made in the basement.
No matter what hours you call leisure time, there's a Happy Hour waiting for you at Terroir. Their "Bar Snack happy hour" goes from Monday through friday. You can snack early from 4 to 6 PM or, after a movie or concert, get your snacking on from 11 PM until closing time.
All bar snacks on the menu, such as deviled eggs, marinated olives or chicken liver toast, are two dollars off the regular price.
Chef Andrew's regular menu offerings  are a nice mix with something to please everyone from meat lovers to vegetarians. The beets with local burrata are on most regular customer's top five list of signature dishes here, as are the pork belly sliders. The shrimp tempura and short rib hash with sweet potatoes are also well worthy of your attention.
Chef's signature dish, though, the veal and ricotta meatball hero, draws heavily on Andrew's Italian heritage.
Leave room for one of the sweet endings on the menu, especially the delectable chocolate custard and the caramel apple bread pudding.
Andrew Riccatelli may not yet have achieved celebrity chef status, but he is well on his way to doing so.

Location and Hours

24 Harrison street
 New York, NY 10013
 (212) 625-9463
Monday to Tuesday   4 PM to 12 AM
Wednesday to Friday 4 PM to 1 AM
Saturday            4 PM to 1 AM
Sunday              4 PM to 11 PM

Bar Cyrk  - Tribeca

Both out of town visitors and native New Yorkers alike are fond of saying that the city is "the greatest show on earth." People watching is almost akin to a spectator sport here.
Well, Bar Cyrk, in terms of food, drinks and decor, is proud to celebrate the 24/7 circus that is the city that never sleeps.
The  theatrical decor, which runs the gamut from slightly subdued to boisterously loud, is inspired by the circus and also by the old-time opulent movie palaces. Art deco fixtures, subway tiles, garish neon lights and an over the top chandelier are just a few of the items that will captivate you.
Each cocktail has a personality all of its' own. Come one, come all and see the show being held behind the bar!
The Wonder Wheel mixes grapefruit reduction with muddled cucumbers, seltzer and a shot of rum. The bartenders make the Bellini into something a great deal more than just a brunch cocktail. Their blend of lemon juice, peach and Prosecco is right on target.
The Wild Cat most certainly lives up to its' name with ingredients such as Florence fennel, vodka and muddled strawberries. You'll also enjoy sipping the Harlequin. Apple cider and lime juice very nicely complement the vodka.
There is some serious cooking going on the kitchen of this entertaining and whimsical bar.
They turn out a surprisingly good pizza here. Their signature pie is the ringmaster, topped with aged and fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, olive oil, fresh basil and a dusting of Parmesan.
The Cyrcus Ball is a white pizza with a mixture of Shiitake and button mushrooms and truffle oil.
The non-pizza portion of the menu contains quite a few taste treats including the Tuscan bread and tomato soup. this is rustic, authentic comfort food. Many locals come here just for the organic chicken sliders on house baked pretzel bread. And one or two drinks of course. Your taste buds will do flips for the Acrobat, a dish that consists of ginger chicken dumplings with soy dipping sauce. 

Location and Hours 

88 Thomas Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 321-2975
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Monday                5 PM to 10 PM
Tuesday to Thursday 12 PM to 12 AM
Friday and Saturday 12 PM to 1 AM
Sunday                12 PM to 10 PM

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