Tribeca is well-known for being Manhattan’s go-to neighborhood for art and creativity, but it’s also a hidden gem for bars and restaurants, including brunch spots, downtown. These bars have some of the best happy hour experiences Tribeca has to offer.
Happy hour daily, 4-8pm.
$5 pints and wine and $6 well drinks aren’t the only things that make Puffy’s Tavern a happy hour destination. The bar has a classic, casual feel, being the only bar in Tribeca that has a dart board. You can pair your happy hour drinks with an authentic Italian sandwich (served until 5pm every day) or a legendary Bar Pie pizza (served 5pm-close).
Happy hour daily, 4-6pm and 11-close.
Tribeca’s premiere wine bar offers discounts off every glass of wine during their generous happy hour. Its Italian owners take not only the wine list seriously, but the food as well, with traditional happy hour bar snacks in addition to more filling Italian restaurant staples.
Happy hour weekdays, 4-7pm.
Belle Reve’s happy hour features $1 oysters and $8 for a beer and a shot. Open until 4am every night, Belle Reve is deceptively nondescript from outside, but try the burgers and stay for karaoke and dancing—the happy hour energy lasts through the night.
Happy hour weekdays, 4-8pm.
This standard Tribeca bar is determinedly simple in its presentation, but $2 off any drink for happy hour and fully loaded nachos that can serve as dinner for two make it worth a visit if you’re in Tribeca for a drink.
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