About the NeighborhoodAirier than other parts of the city, the Triangle Below Canal is basically a bunch of warehouses that, in the 1960s, served as artists’ studios. Now they’re kaiseki restaurants, baby stores and loft apartments inhabited by celebrities from Taylor Swift to Robert De Niro. The latter, a longtime resident, professed his love by founding the Greenwich Hotel, the Tribeca Film Center and the Tribeca Film Festival, which attract up-and-coming filmmakers and even more stars than normal each spring.
“I go to Paris, I go to London, I go to Rome, and I always say, 'There's no place like New York. It's the most exciting city in the world now. That's the way it is. That's it.’”
Sushi of Gari is hallowed in this sashimi-loving city.
There’s a good dog run near
Set sail around the island from Hudson River Park.
The Tribeca Film Festival draws three million attendees.
Where things happen in sometimes-sleepy Tribeca.
For the best (free) view of Lady Liberty.
New York’s greatest symbol since 1886.
Tribecans begin Saturdays at the farmer’s market on Greenwich and Chambers.
Tribeca’s best shops cater to the under-five set.
Find the red-brick Ghostbusters firehouse on North Moore.