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Tribeca New York

Tribeca is a hip and diverse neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, with beautiful historic buildings and a renaissance at foot. Home to many trendy restaurants, high-style shops, art and furniture galleries, the area hosts an array of exciting seasonal events, including the Tribeca Film Festival in April and the TriBeCa Open Artist Studio Tour (TOAST). Do a little shopping for your home at Jonathan Burden LLC, then head back to Hyatt Union Square New York for dinner at Bowery Road, just a ten-minute walk away.

A Uno Tribeca

This downtown boutique sells European casual apparel and accessories by designers from around the world with a knack for cutting-edge, modern urban style. Featuring fashions for the weekend and casual workplace, including Marithé François Girbaud's sportswear, Pierantonio Gaspari's knitwear, and Venetian glass beaded necklaces by Maria Calderara, A Uno Tribeca is the place to go for high-fashion in NYC. Visit http://nymag.com/listings/stores/a_uno02/

Jonathan Burden LLC

Housed in a former dairy warehouse, this high-end gallery features vintage furniture, antiques, decorative arts, and paintings from the 17th through 20th centuries. The main floor, made of rough-hewn floorboards, is meticulously arranged with auction house pieces and treasures from Burden's travels around the world. The gallery also features custom designed furniture by Burden, as well as fine art exhibitions, and a downstairs workshop where his antique discoveries are restored. Visit www.johnburden.com

Terroir Tribeca

This trendy Tribeca restaurant and wine bar serves modern Mediterranean fare, finger foods, small plates, artisan cheeses, sandwiches, and salads, complemented by a lovely wine list and signature cocktails. House favorites include crispy duck frisée salad, fried risotto with oxtail, and dry-aged Creekstone beef. With its darkly polished ambiance and bottle-lined walls, the restaurant feels like a warm, subterranean cellar. Be sure to try the tasting menu, playfully called "Just Put Your Ass in the Seat and Let Us Feed You." Visit www.wineisterroir.com.

Tribeca Grill

Robert De Niro's downtown eatery, Tribeca Grill, is an American Nouveau restaurant with creative cuisine and a lively bar scene. Savor fabulous gastro fare and an impressive wine list, featuring 1,800 different bottles. Exposed brick, high ceilings, chandeliers, and beautiful paintings by De Niro's father create a warm, intimate dining atmosphere. Start with the seared tuna or short rib pierogi, then be sure to try the seared sea scallops with a bottle of wine. Visit http://www.myriadrestaurantgroup.com/tribeca_grill.php

Tribeca Art Walks

Stroll through Tribeca every spring and discover Manhattan's finest artists in the TriBeCa Open Artist Studio Tour (TOAST), a free, self-guided walk through over 40 art studios in the neighborhood. An enlightening event like no other, TOAST exposes where over 100 artists create their work and what inspires their imagination. It's a fresh, cool way to see original art, discuss the process, and purchase pieces directly from the hands that made them. Visit http://www.toastartwalk.com