Tribeca Tavern & Cafe

(212) 941-7671

247 W Broadway, New York, NY | Directions   10013

40.719724 -74.005648

Open Hours

Daily, 11am-4am

 
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More Categories: Taverns

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Tribeca, Downtown

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Reviews for Tribeca Tavern & Cafe

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Above average. – Grab a drink at the bar, as the food is nothing special. Wings are above average.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Tribeca Tav – Tribeca tavern's sweet. They have all kinds of beer, the wings were awesome and there are also a lot of hot chicks at the tav, but when they beat you at pool, it sucks.

Seriously, this bar is the coolest. Don't waste your time at the lame hipster bars in the area. no fun and too expensive.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Cool Night In Tribeca! – I met some friends last week in Tribeca, and after going to some lack luster and over priced bars in the area we arrived at the Tribeca Tavern. I always thought of my self as well educated when it came to beer, until I came here. This place had over a hundred different beers. The bartender put me on to a new beer they were serving there called Racer 5, I was shocked about how good it was. The pizza is amazing! and the kitchen is open all night. Cool place to go grab a few drinks and even shoot some pool. Definitely recommend it.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Read The Fine Print – Until recently, I'd frequent the Tribeca Tavern for a few cocktails after work. Initially, it was a place of enjoyment- happy hour until 7 PM, great music selection and interesting people to chat with. However, happy hour is now from 5-6PM, and drinks are ridiculously overpriced (I was charged $9 for a watered down Jameson's). Mixed drinks are $8 and up; beer is $5 & up. The internet jukebox is constantly taken over by the Cheech Marin looking bartender, who loads it with tons of country music (if you're into country music, then this is the place for you). Once a place for young professionals to unwind after work, it’s now the gathering place for barely legal college students (The Art Institute is a few blocks away). The service has gone downhill. The wait time for a drink is about 20 minutes, which is partially due to the sophomoric "Cheech" wannabe bartender, who spends more time gossiping vociferously about every patron, than he does pouring a drink. Despite the neon sign screaming "Eath & Drink" lunch has only recently made an appearance, being served from 12-3 PM. The food is typical pub food. Want a hot meal? Go someplace else. If you're looking for drama, overpriced drinks & gossip, well then this is the place for you . If not, and you're just looking to unwind- skip this place. There are a few places around the vicinity I'd check out instead.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

recession proof – In a time where money is low so are these prices. The happy hour is exceptional. pitchers are only $10. For a pretentious downtown area this bar retains a exceptional beer list and a great food menu for very moderate prices. The staff is fast and friendly. The crowd was very diversified, made you feel right at home. One of the best beer selections in NYC. Also one of the only places that serves food past 2am.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Horrible food, good beer selection, lousy staff – I admit it was a busy happy hour....but we were served our food and the server never came back... the fries were cold, sandwiches mediocre and overpriced. Beer selection good but not exceptional for NYC... i wouldn't recommend anyone order anything but beer...

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Good substitute to pretentious, unfriendly and overpriced Brandy "Library" – After being kicked out from pretentious and pricey Brandy Library (my bankers, lawyers and media friends werent "cool" enough to be served drinks unless they post $500), we went to this place. The service was friendly, seats comfortable, nice outdoor view, and great selection of beers from Belgium to Brooklyn... We can't wait to go for the next happy hour

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

great selection and atmosphere – The beer selection here is excellent. Not only can you get fancy seasonals and IPAs here for the cheap, but you can switch it up with the delectable lower end beers such as PBR as well. Don't discount that this place also has a fantastic selection of liquor and cocktails. The atmosphere is great and the space is roomy and relaxing. This tavern has it all, even sports on tv. One of the best places to grab a drink in NYC.

Recommends
over a year ago

Editorial Review – This no-frills downtown bar specializes in beer with 18 drafts on tap and more than 70 more foreign and domestic brand by the bottle to chose from.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great Happy Hour – I met a few friends at Tribeca Tavern on a Thursday night for happy hour. The staff was incredibly friendly. They had $3 Yuengling and PBR drafts and domestic bottles. There is plenty of room for a small crowd of people with tables along the sides and a pool table on one end. I'll be back...

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