Foursquare helps you find the perfect places in Tribeca to go with friends:

  • 8.9


    Wine Bar 24 Harrison St New York, NY

    People also say (137 tips):

    • Amanda R.
      Amanda Rella: "Awesome wine bar with a fun and witty menu! The flights are a lot of fun to do together, like the trip around Alsace. Love this spot."
  • 9.2

    Los Tacos No. 1

    Taco Place 136 Church St New York, NY

    People also say (28 tips):

    • Nevin
      Nevin: "The new taco joint in town (or in TriBeCa area anyway). Office lunches are gonna make this place millions. It’s really good. And great old school Americana counter style. See you tomorrow!"
  • People also say (9 tips):

    • Harold M.
      Harold Morales: "Public: Free open play Saturdays 11-3 in the spring through early fall. Private: Rent-able throughout the year (prices vary)."
  • 9.1


    Furniture / Home Store 57 Warren St New York, NY

    People also say (12 tips):

    • Bravo
      Bravo: "Great Japanese knives and cutting boards. I’m left handed and really appreciate that, for 50% extra, they will make you a left handed knife.-Wylie Dufresne, Top Chef"
  • People also say (16 tips):

    • Evren A.
      Evren Avseren: "Leading red carpet events of Tribeca Film Festival takes place here. Idk what's happening here other than film festivals but whenever I come here, I see a couple of celebrity :)"
  • 9.0


    Sushi Restaurant 145 Duane St New York, NY

    People also say (80 tips):

    • refinery29
      refinery29: "Locals rave about this sushi sanctuary where you'll find every kind of roll under the sun–and if they don't have exactly what you want, you can design your own sushi à la carte."

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  • 9.3

    Pier 26 - Hudson River Park

    Park West St New York, NY

    People also say (18 tips):

    • The Corcoran Group
      The Corcoran Group: "Some of the best views of the Hudson River from this park, and not as crowded as other parks along the West Side highway. Great place to catch a summer concert."
    • NYC Pride
      NYC Pride: "NYC Pride is proud to launch a 3-day cultural experience: Pride Island. From legendary soul singers to indie pop bands, this inclusive experience creates a hub for the LGBT community to celebrate."
  • 9.5

    Aire Ancient Baths

    Spa 88 Franklin St New York, NY

    People also say (133 tips):

    • Noah W.
      Noah Weiss: "Perfect romantic date outing if you get the 2hr baths session ($75/pp). Skip the massage. The salt bath where you float like the Dead Sea is amazing."
    • Liang S.
      Liang Shi: "A beautiful underground gem to soak away your worries for two hours. Eucalyptus steam room. Salt water pool. Bubbly pool. Hot pool. Warm pool. Ice cold pool. Mint tea. Rinse, repeat. Leave in bliss."
  • 9.2

    Washington Market Park

    Playground Greenwich St New York, NY

    People also say (14 tips):

    • Caroline K.
      Caroline K: "it has a lot of space! I liked it when I was little. They have a big lawn with sprinklers and then a waterworks! They also have a regular playground with fun slides all in one! The ground is soft too!"
    • Susana
      Susana: "Great park for kids of all ages. Two separate play areas, one for the younger kids, one for bigger kids. Lots of trees keep the play area nice and cool during hot summer days."

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