The Taste of TriBeCa is one of New York City’s most popular annual food and culture events. In addition to the lively, street market-style food fair, the Taste of TriBeCa’s main mission is to raise funds for arts and enrichment programs at two local public schools, P.S. 150 and P.S. 234. More than 80 renowned restaurants from the TriBeCa neighborhood have joined the effort to support arts education and to create an unparalleled food experience for locals and visitors alike.
The majority of the restaurants will set up shop right on the Duane Street Hotel’s namesake street. In a neighborhood where upscale dining is the norm, and restaurants are revered across the globe for their amazing cuisine, it’s a remarkable thing to walk out of the hotel and to be surrounded by all of the most desirable local dishes. And for the cost of one $40 General Tasting Ticket, you can taste any six dishes at the festival: a rare and cost-saving opportunity to sample otherwise hard-to-taste menu items in TriBeCa.
Among the stops on the magnificent TriBeCa buffet line are all the classic neighborhood haunts, including Bubby’s, known for traditional American food with scratch-made family and The Odeon, a diner-style restaurant with progressive dishes spanning from breakfast to dinner. For short rib pierogies or goat cheese ravioli, stop by the Tribeca Grill stand.
Get even more out of Taste of TriBeCa, and boost your donation to the public schools, by reserving a Premium Offerings Family Table. With this, you and your luckiest friends or family can feast like kings with food runners, reserved seating, designer T-shirts, and even more of TriBeCa’s best food.
11:30am to 3:00pm
Saturday, May 16th
Duane St and Greenwich St