Our Top 5 TriBeCa Summer Spots
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- By Studio @ The Charles NYC
Our Top 5 Tribeca Summer Spots
As a creative agency located right at the intersection of SoHo, TriBeCa and Chinatown, we at The Charles NYC, LOVE our neighborhood. We’ve got the best of everything when it comes to art, fashion, culture, architecture, design and most importantly food. We recently updated our Guide To TriBeCa to include some of our top five favorite summer spots. Read on for more or check out the full guide here!
Canal Street Market & Food Hall
This effortlessly cool food and art destination is sandwiched in between Chinatown and TriBeCa. An art lover's paradise, the market space is sprinkled with hard-to-find, intricately curated lifestyle and design objects. A mini foodie oasis awaits you on the other side of the market, with superfood smoothie bowls, Korean barbecue and thai iced-tea ice cream all on deck.
Canal Street Market
A paradise for art lovers and foodies.
180 The Store
A nature-lovers indoor heaven, 180 The Store offers unique, well-designed quality brands accompanied by beautiful greenery. This stress-free shopping environment offers a bounty full of hand crafted pieces from WMV, Visvim to Kataoka Jewelry and Bags in Progress.
180 The Store
A haven of greenery and beautiful hand-crafted clothing.
Offering a warm and calming atmosphere, this European-style bakery is perfectly rustic. Bring a book and relax with some of the best artisanal Italian bread in all of TriBeCa.
A one-of-a-kind artisanal bakery.
Stocked with all the best new, used, rare, and collectable mystery novels, The Mysterious Bookshop lives up to its name, all while being perfectly quirky and snug at the same time. Sink into comfortable leather couches while curling up with a good book.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of NYC in Pier 25, Grand Banks is a summertime foray into instagram paradise. Head to the oyster bar in the center of this historic 142 ft sailboat and get your happy hour rosé on.