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Strategically located in a TRIangle BElow CAnal street, Tribeca is surrounded by more interesting parts of New York. But is is a nice walk. We enjoyed a coffee at a Starbucks close to the red line subway on our way back to the upper east...More
I spent a lot of time in Tribeca some years back and have wonderful memories.
It is always a pleasure to come back and visit the familiar places. The streets are more than ever filled with young couples and their children. The Washington Square park...More
is what it means. Some 20 years ago not so attractive address in NYC, today becomes an upscale neighborhood. We were exploring the streets of this area and Greenwich village. Both are very attractive, you won't find almost any tourist attractions, but ordinary every day...More
Very tired looking restaurant now. Quiet, very expensive for what it was. In and out in about an hour, food arrives so quickly, it was a Friday evening and we were back at our hotel by 9pm, very disappointing
Would we go back? .... No
A great area. Very cool. Lots of nice restaurants. Interesting shops and buildings. But it's not cluttered. You can walk the streets without having to bump into people.
Easy access to other areas of Manhattan.You can walk south to the financial district or north to...More
Tribeca is one of my favorite neighborhoods. I used to work on 6th Ave near Canal and would walk downtown everyday after work to the Ferry. I loved walking through Tribeca. There are great old buildings which give it a special feel. The many cafes,...More