Despite its location off the lobby of the Frederick Hotel and the $22 martini on the menu, this place is actually pretty fun. The bar room up front looks like a set from The Life Aquatic, with conch shell lights, velvet furniture, and servers in matching red jackets. The cocktails are good, and later in the evenings, they open up a separate room in the back with a bar, DJ, and dance floor.
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Edward's is a casual place in Tribeca to grab a burger, some tacos, or a nice piece of fish.
Tetsu is a Japanese restaurant in Tribeca from the chef behind Masa. It’s basically a stand-in for Nobu.
Dylan Prime is definitely not the best steakhouse in NYC, but there’s something about it that’s always resonated. It’s got a cooler, more laid back vibe than most steakhouses, and, compared to Midtown, a better location as well.
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Good Enough To Eat
The Upper West Side may not be flush with noteworthy dining out options, but they certainly have one meal on lockdown – brunch. Good Enough To Eat has been an institution up in these parts for a good 30 years, and a spot we'll happily go to for simple, heavy handed home cooking.
Danny Meyer’s Chelsea bar, Porchlight, is all about the details. Cocktails and details.
A classic New York City gem, still standing from a time when horse and buggies were bringing people here to drink. Eat the chicken club sandwich, drink a Stella from the tap, and imagine that you're about to head off for a sweet vacation aboard the Titanic.
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Weather Up is the top cocktail bar in Tribeca. It’s a little small for groups, but it’s good for a date.
Puffy’s Tavern is a bar in Tribeca with TV’s, well drinks, and surprisingly good sandwiches.
A Summer Day Cafe
A Summer Day Cafe is a Tribeca restaurant with an Italian-leaning menu and lots of natural light.
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