Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs

Restaurants, American Tribeca
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Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs
Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs
Restaurateur and nightlife impresario Matt Abramcyk (Smith & Mills, Warren 77, the Bunker) teams up with siblings Ana and Jack for this bi-level American eatery. Take a seat at the pressed-copper bar upstairs for a classic cocktail or one of ten American and Belgium draft beers, including selections like Coney Island Lager and Gulden Draak Triple Ale. The space below is divided into a white-tiled room with a bar in front and a back dining room outfitted with a fireplace, brick walls and dark-orange banquettes. Chef John Martinez (Mercer Kitchen) dishes out simple fare like soups, salads and sandwiches at lunch, and dishes such as peekytoe-crab dip, roasted oysters and grilled mackerel for dinner.


Venue name: Tiny's and the Bar Upstairs
Address: 135 West Broadway
New York
Cross street: between Duane and Thomas Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11:30am–3:30pm
Transport: Subway: A, C to Chambers St
Price: Average main course: $11. AmEx, MC, V
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Sonia G

Be sure to get the french press off coffee at brunch and not individual cups. Also, there is another "upstairs" that is a third-floor attic space above the regular upstairs. They lent you rent it out for private events and it is perfectly tiny and adorable 


I cannot say enough good stuff about this hidden Tribeca gem. A cosy bar with an open fire, hidden nooks for intimate dates or a good ol catch up with friends, and that's just the downstairs. Upstairs is another bar with a seated area that looks like it's your friends cool apartment. The bartenders are friendly but let you get on with having a great time with your friends, but ready with your next drink as soon as you're thinking your glass is nearly empty. Great service and a definitely must-visit. 


The perfect Tribeca spot to take visiting parents, an intimate date, or a night out with a girlfriend. The cocktails are strong (although a bit pricey), and the food is non-threatening and delicious. Can get a bit crowded and noisy on evenings and weekends, but hit at the right time and you'll have a lovely, unpretentious experience in a very New York setting.