I like this place.It’s really good place for dining in NY. I highly recommend I tried burgers it’s really tastefulI juicy and delicious .I will visit this place again
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I really recommend this area if you prefer staying away from the business of midtown. It was the perfect base as it gave us access to all of Lower Manhattan, as well as several stops on the subway so that it was easy to go...More
I like visiting TriBeCa. It's has a lot of character and there are some nice areas to walk through. Plenty of delicious restaurants and bars in the area. It can be a little dead at night though.
This is one of NYC's great little neighborhoods. Its different than midtown and should be on your list of places to visit when you are in NYC. Its where a lot of stars live. Walk around, maybe you will see one.
It's an easy ride in for us in the off hours. Just a few minutes ride after exiting the Holland tunnel takes us to our destination. Coming in for just a day trip visiting with family or more often staying in one of the great...More
"Tribeca is one of a number of neighborhoods in New York City whose names are syllabic abbreviations or acronyms, including SoHo (South of Houston Street), NoHo (North of Houston Street), Nolita (North of Little Italy), NoMad (North of Madison Square), DUMBO (District Under the Manhattan...More
I love Tribeca for its' diversity. On one hand - it is a young fun neighborhood filled with cafes, restaurants and parks and on the other hand there is so much history all around. It is wonderful to walk around, enjoy the scenery and take...More
The combination of historic buildings, art galleries and great restaurants make TriBeCa really fun!. We spent half a day walking around and identifying the historical buildings (there is a self-guided walking tour online) before heading to dinner.