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Look no further. This place is a New York original with plenty of character. Ollie the barman is absolutely charming without being nauseous. We only had a drink at the bar preparatory to hitting Century 21 (which caused Ollie much amusement). The food look great...More
In a good way, this place will not surprise with bells and whistles. It is a bar with booths and tables. and there are going to be people at the bar for lunch as much as there will be people at the tables. This is...More
Went here for an after-party for a wedding we were in the city for. Our hosts must have rented out the bar because it was only people from the wedding and the drinks were cold and strong. It was a great way to end the...More
We had dinner at Maxwell's on New Year's Eve and it was probably our favorite dining experience ever. We are a family with 3 teenagers and an 8-year old. Everyone found food they loved and the prices were amazing, more like what you'd find in...More
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What’s in a name? In this case it is the unique title of “Triangle Below Canal Street” that became a popular nickname in the 1970s. An attractive neighbourhood filled with handsome lofts on the edge of the Financial District, this lovely slice of Manhattan offers plenty of fine dining experiences and art galleries. Plus, it’s home to the city’s most exciting film event, the Tribeca Film Festival, that takes
place here every year. TriBeCa is a great place to take a leisurely stroll before stopping into one of the many local restaurants or bars for a satisfying meal and cocktail. You’ll see families out for an afternoon walk, and don’t be surprised to come up with the occasional celebrity sighting. With such a great vibe, many of the city’s most famous residents call this neighbourhood home.