Tribeca Restaurant is a step out of New York and into the French quarter. New Orleans-inspired, the three-level space deviates from neutrality. It embraces the vivacious culinary experience of live jazz music, versatile seating options and a tropical decor. The main level is brimming with natural light from large wooden arched windows draped with flowy curtains. Walls of vibrant green banana leaves and pink flowers juxtapose the black and white checkered tiles. The marble countertop horseshoe bar offers ample seating in the heart of the restaurant. Surrounding the perimeter is a range of seating styles. Rustic wooden tables near the front, light pink upholstered booths in the rear and white wooden four tops on the balcony. Outdoor cafe style seating is perfect for city gazing. Decorative cast-iron work lines the balcony which offers an area for live entertainment. A newly added jazz club on the lower level encourages the genre staple to New Orleanian culture. The decor downstairs reflects the main level with a noir twist. There is a second full horseshoe bar with red marble countertops, chevron floor tiles and concave booth seating. Antique lamps provide mood lighting in addition to globe pendant ceiling lights. White tumbled brick ceilings are supported by stark white grand shaver empire columns. Photo-worthy restrooms are located on the main floor and lower level. Lush plants hang from the exposed pipework, rails of the balcony and along the iron staircase. The guise of the red and black facade makes Tribeca Restaurant a desirable place to discover.
3 LEVEL RESTAURANT