In addition to edgy, one-of-a-kind home furnishings, insanely hip designer boutiques and one fabulous, narrow shop that specializes in Japanese chef knives — Tribeca offers a myriad of portable pleasures to be gleaned and shared with those at home.
McNally Jackson Bookstore
52 Prince Street
A large independent literary bookstore with an inspiring café in which to sit and read. They take their cataloging cues from wine shops and organize literature by nation.
94 Reade Street
Satisfy your sweet tooth at this local bake shop. The sweets at Tribeca Treats are pretty enough to buy for entertaining, but tasty enough to eat just because. . . .
129 Duane Street
Antiquery Tribeca does the collecting for you and travels the world acquiring fabulous 20-century European furniture. Best of all — the shop offers affordable prices and warm service.
Philip Williams Posters
122 Chambers Street
Established in 1973, Philip Williams Posters has the largest vintage poster gallery in the world. Choose from a varied selection of 100,000 unique posters dating from 1870 to present.
Jacque Torres Chocolates
350 Hudson Street
Homemade artisanal chocolates, made only with natural ingredients, are sold and made at the Tribeca shop of this French pastry master.« All Tribeca Information