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New York - Around Town : SoHo and TriBeCa (part 2) - Nightlife, Restaurants

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A Stroll Around SoHo and TriBeCa

Morning

The Bleecker Street subway stop is a good starting point to explore Soho’s shops and galleries. Galleries worth a visit are Peter Blum at

99 Wooster St
; Spencer Brownstone at
39 Wooster St
; David Beitzel at
102 Prince St
; and Deitch Projects at
76 Grand St
. Greene Street has a number of interesting boutiques, such as Moss, Helmut Lang, Paul Smith, and Kirna Zabête.

The Drawing Center exhibits work from emerging artists and has poetry readings. This is also a prime area for photography galleries. The most interesting are Janet Borden, David Nolan, and Staley Wise, all located at 560 Broadway. Afterwards, stop for Asian noodles at Keeley & Ping,

127 Greene St
, between Houston and Prince Streets.
Afternoon

Drop in on designer boutiques Miu Miu, 100 Prince Street, and Anna Sui, 113 Greene Street, before proceeding to TriBeCa. Take a stroll along White and Harrison streets to view the historic architecture and stop for a drink at the Church Lounge .

Spend the rest of the afternoon taking in the varied exhibits at the Apex Art Gallery, 291 Church Street, which also hosts free public events. Afterwards make your way to Dylan Prime for an early evening cocktail, then head to TriBeCa to a leading restaurant, such as Nobu, Bouley, or Chanterelle.

Nightlife

  1. Pravda

    Vodkas from across the world are served in this bar featuring Russian mementos, leather chairs, and a low gold ceiling.

    • 281 Lafayette St, between Prince and Houston Sts

    • 212 226 4696

  2. Church Lounge

    Almost the entire ground floor of the hotel is devoted to this popular bar with plush seats and a dramatic eight-story atrium.

    TriBeCa Grand Hotel

    • 2 6th Ave

    • 212 519 6600

  3. Dylan Prime

    An extensive cocktail menu, and an attractive space with lofty ceilings help make this a hotspot.

    • 62 Laight St, between Greenwich & Collister Sts

    • 212 334 4783

    Dylan Prime
  4. Thom Bar

    A place to see and to be seen, this swanky bar draws beautiful people who sup cocktails while enjoying the low-key DJ sets.

    • 60 Thompson Hotel, 2nd floor, 60 Thompson St

    • 212 219 3200

  5. Ear Inn

    This classy but cozy and casual spot is likely the oldest bar in the city (it dates to 1830). Fairly buzzy at night and at lunch, it’s also good for a respectable cheap meal.

    • 326 Spring St at Greenwich St

    • 212 226 9060

  6. Puck Fair

    At this cosy multi-level pub you can settle in to enjoy a pint along with tasty Irish snacks.

    • 298 Lafayette St, between Houston & Prince Sts

    • 212 431 1200

  7. Grand Bar

    Like its sister TriBeCa Grand, the SoHo Grand is a neighborhood nightlife mecca, comfortable, softly lit, with food if you want it, and filled with beautiful people.

    • SoHo Grand Hotel, 310 West Broadway, between Canal & Grand Sts

    • 212 965 3000

  8. Merc Bar

    This trendy SoHo meeting place attracts all manner of sophisticates who dig the mountain lodge decor.

    • 151 Mercer St, between Houston & Prince Sts

    • 212 966 2727

  9. Temple Bar

    Dark, swanky, sexy, and pricey, but the martinis are mammoth. A good place to bring a date – or find one.

    • 332 Lafayette St, between Bleecker & East Houston Sts

    • 212 925 4242

    Temple Bar
  10. the room

    This is a friendly, candle-lit place with no hard liquor, but offers over 120 types of beer and two dozen wine selections.

    • 144 Sullivan St, between Prince & Houston Sts

    • 212 477 2102


Restaurants

  1. The Harrison

    With outside seating in the spring and summer, rustic, seasonally-inspired food is served here.

    • 355 Greenwich St

    • 212 274 9310

  2. Nobu

    Nobu Matsuhisa’s sublime Japanese/Peruvian fusion fare in a whimsical setting . An outpost, Nobu 57, is also open at

    40 West 57th Street
    (212 757 3000).
    • 105 Hudson St

    • 212 219 0500

  3. Nobu Next Door

    The no-reservations policy here means you might get to taste the famous Nobu black cod with miso.

    • 106 Hudson St at Franklin St

    • 212 334 4445

  4. Bouley

    David Bouley demonstrates his legendary culinary skills in a vaulted dining room. Another floor holds a bakery, café and market. Upstairs has an open kitchen and sushi bar.

    • 163 Duane St

    • 212 964 2525

  5. Chanterelle

    Art Nouveau decor and divine French food have made Chanterelle a winner. The tasting menu dinners are expensive but worth it.

    • 2 Harrison St at Hudson St

    • 212 966 6960

  6. Aquagrill

    Ultra-fresh seafood is the draw at this popular SoHo restaurant. Save some room for choices from the raw bar and the chocolate tasting plate.

    • 210 Spring St at 6th Ave

    • 212 274 0505

  7. Balthazar

    As close to a Parisian bistro as you’re likely to find in SoHo, Balthazar’s only problem is its popularity. A buzzing scene.

    • 80 Spring St at Broadway

    • 212 965 1414

    Balthazar
  8. Raoul’s

    Another bit of the Left Bank in SoHo, with an updated French menu and a great garden.

    • 180 Prince St, between Sullivan & Thompson Sts

    • 212 966 3518

  9. The Odeon

    Art Deco decor, consistently good French-American food, and a star-studded crowd keeps the vibe right, even after 30 years.

    • 145 West Broadway at Thomas St

    • 212 233 0507

  10. Hampton Chutney Co.

    Perfect for an inexpensive snack of dosas: Indian rice crêpes stuffed with creative combinations.

    • 68 Prince St

    • 212 226 9996

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