Tribeca is one of Manhattan’s most vibrant and diverse neighborhood, which means that the perfect day here will feature great food, unique experiences, and special memories. This is our expert guide to having the perfect day in Tribeca.
Grab A Tribeca Brunch
Brunch is like a religion in New York City, which is great because it’s inspiration for the best restaurants to craft the meal to perfection. Check out our breakdown of Where To Brunch in Tribeca, and find yourself in a wonderland of bloody marys, benedicts, and so, so much more.
Hudson River Park & Freedom Tower
To work off that hefty brunch, take a stroll down to the Hudson Park’s Pier 25 if the weather permits. Another option that’s a pretty important part of visiting Tribeca is taking a trip to visit the Freedom Tower. For some insight into checking out this marvel, look at our Guide To The New World Trade Center.
Visit Some Local Shops
New York City is well known for its shopping, but we are particularly proud of Tribeca’s shops, which collectively create a distinctive identity. To discover some important Tribeca shops with noble missions and enviable promotions, check out our post on Shopping Local in Tribeca.
Dinner At Graffiti Earth
After splurging on yourself and exploring some neighborhood attractions, you’ll probably be ready to eat again. For dinner, we recommend visiting Graffiti Earth, a restaurant at the Duane Street Hotel. It’s run by celebrity Chef Jehangir Mehta, and features veggie-centric dishes inspired by Indian culinary traditions.
Hit The Best Bars in Tribeca
After a flavorful and healthy meal at Graffiti Earth, cap off your perfect day in Tribeca with some top-notch cocktails, wines, or craft beers. These are the best bars in Tribeca, and among them there’s a speakeasy, jazz club, and upscale pub all walking distance from the Duane Street Hotel