Lifestyle / Lifestyle / Travel – July 23, 2016

The Insider’s Guide to Tribeca

Tribeca is known for having a plethora of trendy things to do. With so many options, most people don’t even know where to begin. Thankfully, our residents know which places are at the core of the Tribeca experience.

Our Tribeca properties, 89 Murray, Tribeca Park, Tribeca GreenTribeca Tower, and 456 Washington St., are at the heart of Tribeca, which means they know what places make Tribeca tick. Keep reading for their neighborhood go-to’s.

1.
Kaffe 1668
A good cup of coffee can turn your bad day into a good one and your good day into a great one. Kaffe 1668 will always give your days a positive twist, which is why locals can't get enough. Located at 275 Greenwich Street.
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2.
Tribeca Grill
Its extensive wine list has won this restaurant the world renowned Grand Award on multiple occasions. Despite its fame throughout the city, its history of being in Tribeca since its inception in 1990 has cemented Tribeca Grill into a local neighborhood landmark. Located at 375 Greenwich Street.
Photo: The Greenwich Hotel
3.
Locanda Verde
There's nothing like a satisfying Italian dish, and Locanda Verde has way more than just one. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this neighborhood favorite never stops working its magic. Located at 377 Greenwich Street.
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4.
Whole Foods Market
This Whole Foods is really unlike any other. It has exclusive food selections, a community center, and spans an entire block. What's more? This Whole Foods is literally attached to our property 89 Murray. Shopping for groceries has become so much easier! Located at 270 Greenwich Street.
Photo: Whole Foods Market
5.
Equinox Tribeca
If the gym in your building isn't enough, you can always walk over to the nearby Equinox. One thing to keep in mind: you WILL see delicious pastries on your walk over. Don't get distracted! Located at 53 Park Place.
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6.
Marc Forgione
Chef Marc Forgione serves New American cuisine at its finest at his self-titled restaurant. This Tribeca restaurant's focus on service in addition to its tasty food continues to attract newcomers and keeps the locals coming back. Located at 134 Reade Street.
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7.
Gunbae Tribeca
Gunbae Tribeca's private karaoke rooms are great for a night on the town, but this Korean restaurant also delivers. So instead of going out, you can have a movie night and order in some delicious Korean BBQ dishes. Either way, you get to eat some tasty food! Located at 67 Murray Street.
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8.
Art Projects International
You can't fully experience Tribeca without visiting one of the many art galleries in the neighborhood. Art Projects International is one contemporary art gallery that you won't want to miss. Located at 434 Greenwich Street.
Photo: Art Projects International
9.
Belle Reve
This relaxed restaurant strives to make you feel at home. Everything about Belle Reve, from the art on the walls to the music being played to the classic American food on the menu, exudes a casual vibe that is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located at 305 Church Street.
Photo: by Sabine Mirlesse
10.
Tribeca Greenmarket
This farmer's market is open on both Wednesdays and Saturdays so that Tribeca residents can get all the fresh produce that they want. Located at 314 Greenwich Street.
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11.
The Mysterious Bookshop
This 36 year old bookstore is devoted only to mystery books. If you're in a sleuthing mood, visit The Mysterious Bookshop is the place for you. Located at 58 Warren Street.
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12.
Washington Market Park
Located right in the heart of Tribeca, Washington Market Park is a green oasis in the concrete jungle. Located at Chambers Street.
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