Tribeca is one of Lower Manhattan’s quieter neighborhoods, but that doesn’t mean the nightlife is lacking. A host of watering holes from pubs to jazz bars offer plenty of options for all tastes. Here’s your guide to Tribeca’s best nightlife.

WEATHER UP

Consistently one of Tribeca’s best cocktail bars, Weather Up is conveniently located just up the block from the Duane Street Hotel. 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 dimly lit tufted leather booths.

Weather Up. 159 Duane St, New York, NY. (212) 766-3202

WALKER’S

A throwback to Tribeca’s less polished industrial days, Walker’s is a tried-and-true neighborhood favorite. Open until 4am each night this no-frills tavern serves hearty American fare like steak and herb roasted chicken along with a robust selection of beer and Irish whiskey to loyal locals.

Walker’s. 16 N Moore St, New York, NY. (212) 941-0142

TERROIR TRIBECA

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. (212) 625-9463

B FLAT

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 mouth-watering 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. (212) 219-2970

SAZÓN

The savory scents of traditional Puerto Rican dishes like empanadas and pernil waft through the air at this Tribeca stronghold. Even if you aren’t hungry the passion fruit mojitos and freshly mixed sangria make it worth a trip to Sazón.

Sazón. 105 Reade St, New York, NY. (212) 406-1900