Located next to Keri Kunzle’s wine shop of the same name, this TriBeCa nook is all about the vino, serving rare and boutique labels alongside midpriced American small plates that range from cheese and charcuterie to more unusual dishes like meatballs Wellington; candles and potted plants give the tiny space a warm, earthy glow.
At this TriBeCa ode to the '50s, chef Michael White eschews pasta in favor of nostalgic American comfort fare – think shrimp cocktail, relish plates, patty melts – washed down with the real stars of the show, rejiggered retro cocktails via mixologist Eben Freeman; the functional midcentury-modern design is a match for the sensibly modest tabs.
Michael White's upcoming cocktail bar and restaurant in Tribeca. Stay tuned.
If there's two things the savvy metrosexuals of New York love it's booze and f@!%y fratwear. The new J. Crew men's store in Tribeca lives up to both of those ideals. Former liquor store, now gentrified into heavenly cashmere mecca, and the bar's intact! Carefully curated collection of J.Crew favorites showcases unique washes, quality fabrics and tailored design. Guys, ditch those pesky...