Ichimura at Brushstroke
30 Hudson St
In keeping with Japanese tradition, Ichimura at Brushstroke is tiny, hard-to-spot, and jewel-like in both ambiance and quality.
37 N. Moore St., New York, NY
If no-fuss shopping is up your alley, then you ought to check out Kay Lee’s pint-sized womenswear chain, Otte.
121 Hudson St., New York, NY
A TriBeCa institution since 1978 and a favorite of the 80’s art scene, the dining room quite literally dangles its credentials point blank: featuring ominous, jumbo-sized original portraits.
Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs
135 W Broadway, New York, NY
The theme and décor here reflect their love of American industrial design after World War II: exposed brick walls, pressed tin ceilings, vintage wall trimmings and a fireplace.
50 Hudson St. New York, NY
Crewcuts Tribeca is a 2,000 square-foot simple and sophisticated space full of Tribeca-inspired artistic wallpaper with an abundance of preppy digs and accessories perfect for your favorite kiddo.
J.Crew Liquor Store
235 West Broadway, New York, NY
This carefully curated collection of J. Crew favorites spotlights unique washes, quality fabrics and tailored design, mixing the current collection with limited collection and vintage pieces.
103 Franklin St., New York, NY
Steven Alan is a lofty showroom featuring the city’s tried and true labels like Alexander Wang, Earnest Sewn, 3.1 phillip lim, and United Bamboo.
100 Hudson St., New York, NY
Best known for making suits cool again, Browne has amassed a cult following with his eponymous New York-based label’s highly-recognizable slim-fitting men’s jackets and cropped dress pants.
139 Duane St., New York, NY
Gans boasts a traditional Prussian menu with all the classics you’d expect like schnitzels, strudels, sausages and sauerkraut – masterfully done, of course.