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Zagat names The Evening Bar as one of the 15 hottest bars in NYC. Why it's hot: This lounge/eatery inside the Smyth Hotel features bites by chef Andrew Carmellini (The Dutch) and drinks by mixologist Anne Robinson (PDT). Inside you'll find retro-inspired leather furniture, a fireplace, craft cocktails and bites like foie gras and jelly sandwiches.

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The 15 Hottest Bars in NYC

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Tribeca, NYC

5 Favorite Lunch Spots of Tribeca | - Ann Street Studio

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NIGHT MOVES | Soak in the city skyline from Tribeca.

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SIP | Improve your morning coffee routine with a Penthouse view. It's officially terrace season!

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THIS JUST INN | Planning a fabulous event? Contact us about our brand new private dining space to kick things up a notch.

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BE OUR GUEST | "Baklava, Koulourakia, Finikia, Diples, Kourabiedes, Karidopita & more! I've now tasted them all & each is more delicious than the last. Missing my YiaYia now. Thank U #smythtribeca for the amazing personal welcome amenity!" - Niki Leondakis

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DID YOU KNOW? | 1WTC stands at 1,776 feet, a direct reference to the year the Declaration of Independence was signed.

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Smyth Tribeca featured in Vogue Australia.

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SIP | The Evening Bar is calling your name. Join us tonight for a craft cocktail you won't forget.

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BREAKFAST IN BED | Your morning meal is just a phone call away.

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EATING AROUND | Ready for an amazing meal? Head to Little Park and try the Beetroot Tartare with horseradish cream, rye crumbles and topped with smoked trout roe.

Little Park

SPRING IS HERE | Celebrate the season with some beautiful blooms from one of our favorite NYC boutiques, Adore Floral.

Adore Floral

SPRING IS HERE | We're all about white roses to help celebrate the new season.

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Learn to make the perfect pie with the pizza whisperers Peter Litschi and Anthony Falco from Bushwick’s renowned Roberta’s on Friday night March 6th at The Brooklyn Kitchen. They’ll share their secrets on how to make dough from scratch (you’ll have loads to take home) while you create your own flavor pairings with farm-fresh organic seasonal ingredients. Beer pairings will be provided by The Brooklyn Brewery.

The Brooklyn Kitchen

Learn to make the perfect pie with the pizza whisperers Peter Litschi and Anthony Falco from Bushwick’s renowned Roberta’s on Friday night March 6th at The Brooklyn Kitchen. They’ll share their secrets on how to make dough from scratch (you’ll have loads to take home) while you create your own flavor pairings with farm-fresh organic seasonal ingredients. Beer pairings will be provided by The Brooklyn Brewery.

The Brooklyn Kitchen

The Museum of Modern Art presents a retrospective of the multifaceted work of composer, musician, and singer Björk. The exhibition draws from more than 20 years of the artist’s daring and innovative projects and her eight full-length albums to chronicle her career through sound, film, visuals, instruments, objects, and costumes.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

It’s not often that inflatable puppets, debauched monks, sumo wrestlers, and an aroused donkey come to together, especially in an opera, but this isn’t your father’s Barber of Seville. In the Canadian Opera Company’s presentation of Semele, George Frideric Handel’s sublime operatic adaptation of the titular Greek myth, nothing is predictable and anything might happen. See this inventive adaption at BAM, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, March 4th through March 10th.

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

It’s not often that inflatable puppets, debauched monks, sumo wrestlers, and an aroused donkey come to together, especially in an opera, but this isn’t your father’s Barber of Seville. In the Canadian Opera Company’s presentation of Semele, George Frideric Handel’s sublime operatic adaptation of the titular Greek myth, nothing is predictable and anything might happen. See this inventive adaption at BAM, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, March 4th through March 10th.

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

It’s not often that inflatable puppets, debauched monks, sumo wrestlers, and an aroused donkey come to together, especially in an opera, but this isn’t your father’s Barber of Seville. In the Canadian Opera Company’s presentation of Semele, George Frideric Handel’s sublime operatic adaptation of the titular Greek myth, nothing is predictable and anything might happen. See this inventive adaption at BAM, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, March 4th through March 10th.

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

It’s not often that inflatable puppets, debauched monks, sumo wrestlers, and an aroused donkey come to together, especially in an opera, but this isn’t your father’s Barber of Seville. In the Canadian Opera Company’s presentation of Semele, George Frideric Handel’s sublime operatic adaptation of the titular Greek myth, nothing is predictable and anything might happen. See this inventive adaption at BAM, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, March 4th through March 10th.

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

“My work itself is a record of my dreams and my nightmares,” says the Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Horowitz, whose solo show “Planned Obsolescence” opens with a reception Thursday March 12th (6PM-9PM) at the experimental artist-run space The Dept of Signs and Symbols in Vinegar Hill. (The show runs through April 12th.)

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“My work itself is a record of my dreams and my nightmares,” says the Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Horowitz, whose solo show “Planned Obsolescence” opens with a reception Thursday March 12th (6PM-9PM) at the experimental artist-run space The Dept of Signs and Symbols in Vinegar Hill. (The show runs through April 12th.)

Brooklyn, NY

“My work itself is a record of my dreams and my nightmares,” says the Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Horowitz, whose solo show “Planned Obsolescence” opens with a reception Thursday March 12th (6PM-9PM) at the experimental artist-run space The Dept of Signs and Symbols in Vinegar Hill. (The show runs through April 12th.)

Brooklyn, NY

“My work itself is a record of my dreams and my nightmares,” says the Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Horowitz, whose solo show “Planned Obsolescence” opens with a reception Thursday March 12th (6PM-9PM) at the experimental artist-run space The Dept of Signs and Symbols in Vinegar Hill. (The show runs through April 12th.)

Brooklyn, NY

“My work itself is a record of my dreams and my nightmares,” says the Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Horowitz, whose solo show “Planned Obsolescence” opens with a reception Thursday March 12th (6PM-9PM) at the experimental artist-run space The Dept of Signs and Symbols in Vinegar Hill. (The show runs through April 12th.)

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