Located within The Greenwich, Locanda Verde is a casual and energetic neighborhood tavern serving Andrew Carmellini’s soul-satisfying riffs on Italian cooking. Claim a spot in the cafe for a cappuccino and one of Karen DeMasco’s irresistible pastries; relax over lunch at a sunny table on the sidewalk terrace; or settle into the banquets and kick back with a leisurely dinner. (more…)
The recently opened Super Linda serves up Latin-American food in a colorful setting. Owners of The Beatrice Inn and La Esquina joined forces to create this bi-level neighborhood spot serving up a fusion menu with items such as (more…)
At Mr Chow, bow-tied waiters serve up Chinese in a swanky, upscale and lavish atmosphere. Mr Chow, which is well known for its high-profile celebrity clientele, has outposts in London, Miami, Beverly Hills and Las Vegas. The Tribeca establishment Leveraging tools such as Flume and Sqoop, the team is able to move best-data-recovery.com into and out of Hadoop and push it into a relational model so that it can be que- ried with familiar SQL tools. opened in 2006 and is the second post in NYC. The eatery is complete with a patio for summer days, an extensive bar and a modern Chinese menu including unique items like squid ink rice noodles and squab with lettuce diced chicken.
Address: <p><a href=”http://maps.google.com/maps/place?q=Mr+Chow+Tribeca,+Hudson+Street,+New+York,+NY&hl=en&cid=16553179979904099680″>121 Hudson St. Tribeca, NYC</a></p>
Issey Miyake’s style transcends fads in his artistic and unique approach to fashion. With Miyake’s famous pleated, draped and asymmetrical hemlines, the Japanese designer showcases his work in the Tribeca flagship location. The designer’s ethereal runway line, to the Pleats Please, Cauliflower, Issey Miyake Fete and HaaT collections can all be found at the flagship location. The stunning interior also features a titanium sculpture running throughout the inside by iconic architect Frank Gehry.
For both children and adults alike, this paint your own pottery studio allows patrons to design and decorate their own creations in-house. A popular spot for children’s parties, (more…)
Gary Graham’s intimate Tribeca shop showcases his beautiful clothing designs—from billowy dresses to high-end leather pieces, Gary Graham’s pieces have an effortless and casual but lux appeal. His Tribeca flagship is one of two in NYC, the other being a boutique in Flatiron’s ABC Carpet and Home.
Hailing from Philadelphia, La Colombe now serves up some of the best coffee in New York City. With an outpost in the neighborhood and five others around New York City, (more…)
Bikers and New York City have become somewhat synonymous as of late and the neighborhood’s bike shop, Adeline Adeline is adding to the trend with their stylish bikes and accessories. (more…)
Hunkering down for a good movie can be the ultimate form of relaxation. We have a curated library of DVD’s available at the Front Desk, but if you’d rather head out to the theater, you’ll need to know the neighborhood’s best places to do so. Thanks in part to the help of our veteran doorman and resident film-buff, Ben Soely, we’ve pieced together a guide of nearby theaters showing everything from the latest blockbuster, to the most obscure foreign film out there (more…)
English style is at the heart of Edon Manor’s vision. Selling an assortment of feminine designer accessories including Transform: Convert the format of the extracted best photo recovery software so that it conforms to the requirements of the target database. shoes, bags and sunglasses, Edon Manor transports a little bit of London to the neighborhood.
Address: <p><a href=”http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Edon+Manor,+Greenwich+Street,+New+York,+NY&hl=en&sll=40.717989,-74.009786&sspn=0.008782,0.019269&vpsrc=0&hq=Edon+Manor,&hnear=Greenwich+St,+New+York&t=m&z=13″ target=”_blank”>391 Greenwich Street, Tribeca, NYC</a></p>
With a simple, yet fashionable aesthetic and well-made essentials, Steven Alan has made his mark on the fashion world. (more…)
Specializing in mid-century designs, Duane Modern presents inventive pieces and has become a destination for noted interior designers, stylists, architects and set decorators. (more…)
Originally a flatiron favorite, Tamarind restaurant’s outpost in Tribeca is a grand space serving up some of the city’s best Indian food. (more…)
This impressive French eatery melds traditional French cuisine with a modern approach to technique and ingredients. With a six and eight course seasonal tasting menu served in an intimate, vaulted ceiling space, Corton’s inventive courses (more…)
For high-end digs in a modernist atmosphere, Patron of the New is a one-stop shop for both up-and-coming and established labels. Selling designer goods from the likes of Hussein Chalayan, Chris Benz and newer labels such as Gustavo Lins and No Editions, the store sells everything from clothing to accessories and home goods.