Making its home in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Manhattan, the Duane Street Hotel is within walking distance of Tribeca’s best nightlife. When looking for a spot to imbibe within walking distance of Duane Street, try one of these best bars in Tribeca.


Located just a ten-minute walk from  the Duane Street Hotel, Ward III is a relaxed and comfortable bar with upscale, custom cocktails and specialty house drinks. If you want to try something new, but aren’t quite sure what, stop by and have a talk with whoever is serving drinks and get something tailor made to your taste.

Ward III: 111 Reade St.


Just around the corner from the Duane Street Hotel, The 75 Club is one of the coolest speakeasies and jazz clubs in all of Manhattan. Come here to get top-of-the-line cocktails, as well as a healthy serving of live tunes. Located in a hidden basement, the experience of a night out at 75 feels secret, and exclusive, and exciting.

The 75 Club: 75 Murray St.


A Tribeca staple, Tiny’s and The Bar Upstairs is one of the best places in the neighborhood to go for a cocktail, and great New American food. In the warm months you can sit outside and choose from a long list of signature mixed drinks, as well as craft beer and Old World wine. The location is also great, as it’s a close walk to the famous High Line park.

Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs: 135 W Broadway.


This tried-and-true Tribeca cocktail bar just up the block from the Duane Street Hotel is known for having some of the best mixologists in town. Drinks like the War Horse (scotch, bianco vermouth, créme de caçao and bitters) and Tequila Torchlight (tequila, honey, lemon & hot sauce) will have you feeling extra cozy in one of the bar’s tufted leather booths.

Weather Up: 159 Duane St, New York, NY.


If posh wine bars are more your style, head to Terroir Tribeca on Harrison Street. Indulge in meaty tapas like veal meatballs, pork belly sliders and charcuterie while you sip some of the best wines from around the world. It’s the perfect place for pre-dinner hors d’oeuvres or a romantic post-date drink.  

Terroir Tribeca. 24 Harrison St, New York, NY.


Tucked away in a dimly lit basement on Church Street is one of Lower Manhattan’s best jazz bars. Soothing saxophone tunes permeate the cozy space where an eclectic and mouthwatering food menu, offering everything from sushi rolls to fried chicken, sets the tone for an equally compelling set of drinks. Will it be a moscow mule or a pear bellini?

B Flat. 277 Church St # A, New York, NY.


Wash down traditional Puerto Rican dishes like empanadas and pernil with a passion fruit mojito or freshly mixed sangria at this Tribeca stronghold. Sazón is known for having one of the neighborhood’s best (and longest) happy hours—open from 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Sazón. 105 Reade St, New York, NY.


Located just a couple blocks due west of the Duane Street Hotel, Grand Banks is a Lower Manhattan staple for the thirsty sailor. Board the beautifully restored former cod fishing vessel, the Sherman Zwicker, where you’ll find one of NYC most boisterous floating bars. Get in the nautical spirit and order the Island Time cocktail—a breezy mixture of rum, coconut and lime.

Grand Banks. Hudson River Park, Pier 25, New York, NY.