Fun time lunch idea:

Smorgasburg is located right by Tribeca Sailing. Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, attracting thousands of people to Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Jersey City. This year’s Smorgasburg schedule will be as follows: World Trade Center at 185 Greenwich Street will host 20 vendors on Fridays from 11am-7pm.

Captain David’s favorite place for drinks and food:

Skip the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock and The Edge and visit Manhatta for drinks and a FANTASTIC view. Close to Tribeca Sailing on 28 Liberty Street. Walk in for drinks or make reservations for dinner, try to sit at the chefs table if you can. This is an experience you will not forget and one of New York’s best.

All’Antico Viniaio NYC (729 Eighth Avenue)
Lines form before it opens at noon. The Florence import is manned by upbeat guys singing along to Italian music while slicing and stuffing squares of golden schiacciata (Tuscan bread that’s thinner than focaccia). La Favolosa is the best seller, the bread plastered with pecorino cream and artichoke cream, piled with salame and spicy eggplant and crushed into a big delicious mess. The shop is cramped, so if it’s a nice day, picnic in Bryant Park, a 10-minute walk away.

Looking for live music to share with someone special?

Nestled in the sub cellar of the Walker Hotel Tribeca, Saint Tuesday offers live music every evening and a cocktail program focused on simple recipes, fresh and quality ingredients, and modern variations of American classics. Open seven nights a week-with live music from 9:30-midnight every evening–Saint Tuesday is quickly becoming a staple of the TriBeCa neighborhood.  A 25-minute walk from Tribeca Sailing or short Taxi ride 24 Courland Ave.

Must see art exhibition’s summer 2022

Jean-Michel Basquiat – King Pleasure
200-plus artworks and artifacts, most of them never before exhibited. His sisters helped faithfully recreate their childhood living room and dining room in Brooklyn, and in video clips they, and others, share fun memories of the artist.

Whitney Museum Biennial
Must see different exhibitions as a special showing.