Exploring Tribeca: Where to Eat, Drink, Shop and More

April 11, 2017 5:50 AM

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One of the city’s most well-known areas of Manhattan, Tribeca stretches from the Hudson River to Broadway and Canal Street as the northern border and Vesey Street as the southern border. Whether people are spending the day in Tribeca for the annual film festival or just walking around the neighborhood, here are some of the best places to visit. By John Friia

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YogaSpark

158 Duane Street
New York, NY 10013
212-602-9961

TO RELAX: YogaSpark boasts a sleek atmosphere aiming to take away the clutter from the lives of New Yorkers. Classes at YogaSpark include an hour-long full-body workout session set to dynamic and upbeat music. The room is heated to 92 degrees and is finished with a cold tea tree-infused towel over your eyes. The other popular classes are their BlacklightSpark sessions, which is done in a dark room lit by black lights, and the CandlelightSpark peaceful session, with tea lights placed throughout the room.

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Best Made Co.

36 White Street
New York, NY 10013
646-478-7092

TO SHOP: There is an oasis for nature enthusiast in Tribeca at Best Made Co. This quaint shop is full of outdoor equipment for camping and hiking, including wax-coated jackets, axes and wool throws. The store also carries newer items such as pocketknives, hats and gloves. Besides looking throughout a large selection of outdoor equipment, people can also sign up for one of their workshop classes, including axe restoration, field medicine and foraged cocktail making.

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Pier 25 Mini Golf

225 West Street
New York, NY 10013
347-756-5813

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TO PLAY: Overlooking the Hudson River, Pier 25 is filled with different activities, including volleyball and a playground for children. The park also boasts an expansive 18-hole mini-golf course that will add a little fun to any spring or summer afternoon. The course features waterfalls, streams, ponds, a cave, sand traps and bridges. People can try to get a hole-in-one when the course opens in April, with hours of operation from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Through the summer months, hours are extended from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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Philip Williams Posters

122 Chambers Street
New York, NY 10007
212-513-0313

TO EXPLORE: Advertising and marketing aficionados will find themselves spending hours inside Philip Williams Posters. Opened in 1973, the store and museum has over 500,000 advertisements dating back to the 1870. According to Philip Williams Posters, it is the largest collection of vintage posters in the world. There are not just posters at the gallery — people can also look at sculptures and paintings from different countries, including a presidential collection with campaign ads and Americana artwork.

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The Wooly Public

11 Barclay Street
New York, NY 10279
212-571-2930

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TO EAT: Tucked inside the historic Woolworth Building, The Wooly Public is a restaurant and cocktail bar that brings old world charm to present day. Patrons can listen to tunes from vintage records and play Scrabble and chess on one of their many table tops with integrated board games. The cocktail program is full of classic and contemporary drinks, including the “Woolynesia,” served in a tiki-style mug filled with gin, passion fruit, lime cinnamon, ginger and aperol.

John Friia is a freelance journalist and native New Yorker writing about food, drinks and lifestyle. You can follow his adventures on Instagram.

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