“Tribeca has been home to me since 2012, and I love the relaxed air of the neighborhood,” said Smith. “Whether I’m playing tennis on the West Side Highway, walking to my office on Hudson Street, or catching the sunset off the Hudson River from the roof of my apartment building, Tribeca has a unique character that sets it apart from the rest of New York City.”
Below are her top picks.
The Odeon – 145 W. Broadway
I consider The Odeon my second kitchen. From big birthday parties to intimate dinners with my closest friends, it’s classic old New York.
Laughing Man Coffee – 184 Duane Street
This small philanthropic coffee shop on Duane Park is run by a team of the loveliest people around. Best part? The neighborhood association just installed new outdoor seating in front of the coffee shop. Grab an Americano, sit down, and let the lovely Duane Park inspire you.
Smith & Mills – 71 N. Moore Street
Tiny, hidden, and unforgettable. Go for cocktails.
Evening Bar at the Smyth – 85 W. Broadway
As refined as it is private, the Evening Bar is the perfect date spot.
To Feel Fantastic:
Plaza M Spa – 64 N. Moore Street
A chic oasis that offers the best pedicure ever.
Tracy Anderson Method Studio – 24 Hubert Street
Tracy’s method changed by body and my philosophy on health and fitness. It’s also an amazing place to make friends!
Edon Manor – 391 Greenwich Street
Best shoes. Best customer service.
Nili Lotan – 188 Duane Street
I love Nili’s refined take on luxurious basics, and I always treat myself to one of her amazing sweaters when autumn rolls around.