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Tribeca is working with American Express this holiday season to help small businesses throughout the country.
Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, is a day to celebrate small businesses in our communities. Supporting local small businesses ensures a vibrant and successful community. Like independent filmmakers, small businesses are challenging the status quo. Check out some of our ideas for how to spend your Small Business Saturday bucks around Tribeca.
Smile to Go
22 Howard Street
Smile to Go is the mobile location of The Smile. They serve breakfast, lunch, and baked goods that will make your mouth water. Where else can you get chocolate scones or peanut butter & jelly cookies?
133 W. Broadway
The Balloon Saloon has been a Tribeca staple since 1977. Even the grumpiest of grinches can't resist that childlike wonder upon entering this shop. They've got a balloon for every occasion you can think of, and even some you didn't.
The Mysterious Bookshop
58 Warren Street
Your knowledge of Sherlock Holmes may be elementary at best, but The Mysterious Bookshop has the cure. This 34 year old shop houses everything from Agatha Christie to Henning Mankell. In addition to their new and used books, they also have books available on digital platforms, making it easier than ever to buy local books.
211 W. Broadway
Kick back and shoot the breeze with friends at Distilled NY. This reimagined pub serves cold drinks, hot plates, and a warm atmosphere. Designed as a place to congregate, Distilled NY also serves brunch on the weekend.
66 W. Broadway
The greatest part about kids is getting to dress them up like little people. Babesta Threads makes it easy, no matter your kid's style. Punk, prep, or retro, you'll find great pieces for you tyke's wardrobe here. Their sizes go up to 12 years old, so your kid will be in fashion for a long time.