332 Lafayette St. Between Houston and Bleecker Sts.
Temple Bar is a cocktail den designed like a 1940’s era speak-easy, and without a sign outside, it’s easy to miss while walking down Lafayette Street. The bar has a dark, sultry vibe due to... Read More
111 Reade Street between West Broadway an Church St.
There are bars, and then there are cocktail bars – the refined establishment where drinks are an art, where “mixology” doesn’t just seem like a buzzword, and where carefully curated drinks... Read More
277 Church Street btwn White and Walker, basement.
B Flat is exactly as cozy and cavernous as a basement cocktail lounge should be, but while the locations may be underground, the drinks are definitely top level. Helmed by the original bartenders... Read More
159 Duane St between Hudson St & West Broadway
Step foot into this oasis of alcohol, and there’s no question where Tribeca’s beautiful people hang out. Thanks to Weather Up’s low-key, egalitarian vibe (this is most definitely not a club),... Read More
30 Water St Broad St and New York Plaza
Referencing the street gangs of old New York with its name, Dead Rabbit is what we imagine a bar would have felt like in the Victorian Era, except for the patrons in slim-fit jeans and beanies while... Read More
94 Chambers St between Church St & Broadway
Searching for a little je ne sais quoi in the neighborhood? Look no further than the Tribeca outpost of Racines, David Lanher’s renowned Parisian wine bar and bistro. It’s a spacious... Read More
77 Worth St between Church St. and Broadway
The Lounge at Atera is a cozy subterranean den under the Michelin-starred Tribeca restaurant Atera. Bartender Benjamin Foote uses hand-picked spirits, homemade infusions, fresh juices and herbs in... Read More
25 North Moore St, #1 near Varick St
This burnished boite is a literal library of dark spirits, bottles of which line shelves along the walls. Settle back into a clubby leather chair to scope the drink menu, a veritable card catalogue... Read More