Our Favorite Bars in the Tribeca Area of New York City

Look for Nancy Whiskey Pub across from Tribeca Park. This pub is a mix of low-key and old-school cool. The bar is flashily decorated with string lights and a charming combination of decors.

Come for the whiskey options, stay for the bar food, and try your hand at the shuffleboard at this neighborhood bar.

Nancy Whiskey Pub
1 Lispenard St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 226-9943

A few blocks from the banks of the Hudson River, Terroir provides a vibrant setting with a combination of modern and rustic touches.

The specialty here is wine, with over 80 varieties available by the glass. This wine bar also serves tapas and has a large selection of fine cheese to pair with the wine.

My favorite was the soft Monte Enebro goat cheese from Spain.

24 Harrison St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 625-9463

This establishment is another example of a fun place to go for a drink if you love wine and an intimate setting.

The interior is relatively small and dimly lit, creating a relaxing vibe full of history, perfect for enjoying a glass of wine or two.

Look for this wine bar on the south side of Tribeca Park.

249 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (917) 388-3720

If you’re wondering where to get a drink on West Broadway, you’ll want to try Weather Up if you’re looking for an upscale option.

This bar draws inspiration from the prohibition era, so expect an excellent selection of handcrafted cocktails along high-end shareable plates.

My favorite cocktail at this hotspot was the Heart of Glass, an intriguing mix of gin and bitters.

Weather Up
159 Duane St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 766-3202

Whether you’re more of a spirit sipper or cocktail concessioner, the Brandy Library lives up to its name with a vast collection of liquors.

The walls of the brightly lit establishment display their specialty bottles, creating a vibrant and intriguing spot to garb one-of-a-kind cocktails.

Movie buffs should check out the nearby Ghostbusters Headquarters if they head to this bar!

Brandy Library
25 N Moore St Frnt 1, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 226-5545

Stop by Staple Street Skybridge to check out the intriguing architecture and then head to nearby Puffy’s to grab a sandwich in a relaxing venue.

The pub is stylish but lowkey while maintaining charming touches from the 1940s, like the beautiful tiled floor. If you stop here for a beer, grab a sandwich too!

I loved the Gladiatore with soppressata and sweet peppers.

Puffy’s Tavern
81 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 227-3912

Belle Reve shares the block with several theaters and galleries in this artistic area of the city on the edge of Lower Manhattan.

Most of the menu options are classic American bar favorites. They are elevated and made with fresher ingredients than most.

The real standout here is the custom cocktails, including my favorite, the Champagne Supernova.

Belle Reve
305 Church St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 680-0101

At the heart of the Tribeca neighborhood, Tiny’s stands out with its bright pink interior paint. The inside is just as charming, with many vintage touches in the converted centuries-old townhouse.

Try intriguing and unique cocktails, like my favorite, the Truffle Martini, served with a truffle and blue cheese stuffed olive.

Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs
135 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (212) 374-1135

Smith & Mills is a few blocks from River Park along the Hudson. This small establishment started as a carriage house and was repurposed with vintage decor from other eras to create an eclectic vibe.

An example of the best bars in Tribeca NYC specializing in cocktails, this bar serves classics like Pimm’s Cup and Dark ‘N Stormies alongside tasty bites.

Smith & Mills
71 N Moore St, New York, NY 10013
Phone: (646) 858-1433

This bar is located near Bogardus Plaza and has two four-star hotels nearby, but Mudville9 differs from its neighbors.

The spot has a rustic style reminiscent of an upscale sports bar. They serve fresh takes on bar classics and a most famous for their wings.

I enjoy the rosemary lemon variety! Wash it down with a beer, wine, or something stronger.

126 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 964-9464

An upscale yet cozy spot serving upscale Medeterrian, WarrenPeace sits just a few blocks from the September 11 Memorial. The bar is dimly lit and cozy, striking a moody yet romantic ambiance.

Beer and cocktails are available, but the extensive global wine list is the real draw, including a Chardonnay from the Russian River Valley.

77 Warren St, New York, NY 10007
Phone: (845) 592-5334

Farra is a short distance from African Burial Ground National Monument and provides a contemporary and modern spot to grab a drink.

This wine bar only seats twenty, so expect a quiet experience at this bar. In addition to wine, there are fine dining options. My favorite was the shrimp ravioli with miso bouillon.

71 Worth St, New York, NY 10013

This upscale establishment focus on a New Orleans-inspired menu just a few blocks from New York City Hall.

The decor is reminiscent of the French Quarter but with modern additions. Cocktails are the specialty here, but wine and beer are also available.

I recommend the jambalaya if you visit this bar and wish to try some cajun fare.

1803 NYC
82 Reade St, New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 267-3000