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Tribeca Drinks

Brandy Library, Tribeca Tavern, VinoVino, Walker's, The Bubble Lounge, Anotheroom, and the Canal Room are just a few examples of places where you can relax in Tribeca's home base.
Brandy Library
Have a seat at this luxurious space’s long, wooden bar and check out the list of hard-to-find brandies, whiskeys and other spirits. Cocktail fans will love the house-designed drinks ($13), including The Librarian, a mix of cognac, port and crème de framboise. Study up: Reservations are suggested, and business-casual dress is encouraged. 25 North Moore St, 212-226-5545


Tribeca Tavern
Old Tribeca lives on at this cavernous tavern on the main strip. Pull a chair up to the bar, which boasts a wordly selection of more than 80 beers, bottled and draft—from the humble (Pabst Blue Ribbon) to local (Red Hook IPA) to Euro (Chimay). Stick around for a game of pool, or head out to the backyard if the weather beckons. 247 West Broadway, 212-941-7671

Black leather couches and exposed-brick walls give this enoteca a sophisticated vibe, but the attitude is staunchly laid-back. The menu is loaded with reasonably priced reds, whites and rosés by the glass—some of which can be purchased in the wineshop next door—and if you’re feeling snacky, you can also score a small charcuterie plate of cheeses and cured Italian meats. 211 West Broadway, 212-925-8510


This neighborhood pub, located on a corner that has hosted one watering hole or another since the 1880s, is blessedly free of pretension. The beer selection includes local darlings like Brooklyn Lager, and on Sundays from 8 to 11pm, live jazz is in the house—past guests include guitarist Peter Leitch. 16 North Moore Street, 212-941-0142

The Bubble Lounge
If your tastes run toward the effervescent, bounce over to this champagne-centric lounge. Many a good bubbly is poured by the glass here—including California sparklers like Schramsberg Blanc de Noir, and authentic French vintages à la Vino Vino Goutorbe Cuvee Prestige Brut. The upscale boîte also offers desserts, such as a delectable banana-and-Tahitian-vanilla crème brûlée. 228 West Broadway, 212-431-3433


Pressed-tin ceilings and brushed steel tables give this small drinkerie a cool, industrial feel, much like that of its sibling bars the Room (in Soho) and the Other Room (in the West Village). The handwritten, well-edited drink list sticks to wine (by the glass or bottle) and beer (micro- and craft-brews abound). 249 West Broadway, 212-226-1418


Canal Room
Musicians, DJs and partygoers flock to this intimate space, which has the happening feel—and occasionally the headliners—of a supper club. Check the live music schedule at for a list of upcoming acts—or just settle in to one of the banquettes and try not to look too excited when someone famous walks by. 285 West Broadway, 212-941-8100


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