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The best spots to grab a drink in Tribeca

Amongst the high-fashion boutiques, glass high-rise buildings, and trendy tourists, Lower Manhattan’s Tribeca sports some great bars and pubs to hang out at. From boujie cocktail bars to more tavern-like pubs, here are some of Tribeca’s best places to grab a drink at. 

Anotheroom

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Anotheroom Tribeca, source: Website

If you’re a lover of craft beer and wine, then Anotheroom is perfect for you. Why? Because they only focus on wine and beer! The dark ambiance creates a relaxed, romantic vibe - ideal for two people to enjoy a few drinks. The friendly staff and quick service will make this your next go-to spot when you’re craving a pint. They also have an outdoor patio seating if you want to hang out in the sun.. 

Timings - 5 pm to 2 am (Everyday)

Location - 249 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs

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Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs outdoor patio, source: Facebook

The bar came about when siblings Ana, Matt, and Jack set out to create a neighborhood spot that welcomes everyone. Now pink, lively, and Instagrammable, the spot wasn’t always like that. In fact, Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs is a revamped version of an old 1800s townhouse. Whether you plan to pop in for brunch, lunch, or dinner - the cocktails are worth the buzz - even on a weekday. We recommend the Servando’s Palomarita (Hibiscus Infused Tequila, Pamplemousse Rose, Lime, Grapefruit, and Tajin Salt). The bar also serves a small craft beer menu, and there’s something for wine lovers too! 

Timings - 12 pm to 10 pm (Monday & Tuesday)
12 pm to 11 pm (Wednesday & Thursday)
12 pm to 12 am (Friday)
11 am to 12 am (Saturday)
10 am to 5 pm (Sunday)

Location - 135 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Weather Up

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To-go cocktails at Weather Up, source: Instagram

If you’re going on a first date in Tribeca, then Weather Up is definitely one to check out. The original bar is a small, tiled establishment located in Prospect Heights Brooklyn, and was regarded by connoisseurs as the borough’s first true craft cocktail bar. Weather Up Tribeca brings a diverse cocktail culture with a romantic ambiance. Plus they have a $1 oyster happy hour from 5 pm to 7 pm - and who are we to deny $1 oysters. With mezcal taking over many bars, Weather Up doesn’t fall behind. Try the Diablito - made with Mezcal, Suze Gentian Liqueur, lime, ginger, and Créme de Cassis. 

Timings - 4 pm to 10 pm (Monday)
5 pm to 11 pm (Tuesday)
5 pm to 10 pm (Wednesday)
5 pm to 12 am (Thursday)
5 pm to 1 am (Friday)
2 pm to 1 am (Saturday)
2 pm to 10 pm (Sunday)

Location - 159 Duane St, New York, NY 10013

Smith & Mills

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Smith & Mills, source: Instagram

Just across the street from The Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca lies Smith & Mills - a cozy, hip bar in a converted carriage house. With vintage decor and inward seating, Smith & Mills’ design is very Bauhaus and constructivism inspired. Since it’s small, you might want to snag a spot whenever possible. While you’re there, don’t forget to try the Papi Collins (Tequila, Becherovka, cucumber, honey, sriracha bitters, and spicy salt). We also love the poached shrimp for dinner. Be sure to ask someone on the floor for a wine recommendation.

Timings - 4 pm to 12 am (Monday to Friday)
11 am to 12 am (Saturday)
11 am to 6 pm (Sunday)

Location - 71 N Moore St, New York, NY 10013

Nancy Whiskey Pub

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4th of July at Nancy Whiskey Pub, source: Facebook

Whiskey lovers, Nancy Whiskey Pub exists just for you. There’s a short shuffleboard table and the drinks are cheap - what else could one ask for? The bar also has live music throughout the week, featuring local artists on stage. The pub mainly focuses on local whiskeys and beers, so if you’re one who appreciates a neat bourbon, then hop on over. They’re also known for their off-beat celebrations - especially the 4th of July, where the pub puts out a blow-up pool on the pavement. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Timings -
11 am to 4 am (Monday to Saturday)
12 pm to 4 am (Sunday)

Location -  1 Lispenard St, New York, NY 10013

Mudville 9

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Dine at Mudville 9, source: Website 

Located in the heart of Tribeca, Mudville 9 has been the go-to sports bar for many since 1977. Their menu ranges from small plates like chicken fingers and tacos to specialty burgers and sandwiches - and the Apple Pocket pie is a must-have! Take your pick from the 150 crafts on tap, rotating every week. 

Timings - 4 pm to 11 pm (Tuesday)
11:30 am to 12 am (Wednesday to Saturday)
11:30 am to 10 pm (Sunday)
Closed on Mondays

Location - 126 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007

Puffy’s Tavern

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Puffy’s Tavern, source: Facebook

A laid-back 1940’s era pub and one of the friendliest spots in the area, Puffy’s Tavern is a neighborhood staple for friend groups. Join in on the happy hour scene, or pair one of their delicious cocktails or beers with an Italian sandwich from the menu. There’s also a dart lane, so turn on your competitive spirit!

Timings - 11:30 am to 11 pm (Monday to Friday)
12 pm to 11 pm (Saturday)
12 pm to 8 pm (Sunday)

Location - 81 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013

Header Image: Anotheroom, source: Website

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