It’s been a while since I looked at ways the word Tribeca is being used elsewhere—and believe me, there are new “Tribeca” products (like this swimsuit) all the time. But these are places named Tribeca, which are more unusual.
TRIBECA, FORT WORTH
“Get ready to experience a venue like no other in Fort Worth. TriBeCa Fort Worth is the venue that offers it all BAR, LOUNGE, and NIGHTCLUB under one roof.”
TRIBECA RESTOBAR, BANGKOK
“Tribeca Restobar is the latest gastro pub to stake a claim in the trendy Bangkok food mecca known as Thong Lor. Taking their cue from the ‘hard core’ foodie scene in the USA, they feature an ‘all day brunch’ theme with a focus on small plates of food and their fully stocked bar. Taking its name from the historic Manhattan borough in New York, Tribeca embraces a philosophy of uncompromising quality, that extends from the décor to the service and the quality of ingredients.” —Examiner
TRIBECA DI OLMOS, SAN ANTONIO
“Jean-Francois Poujol knows a thing or two about opening a restaurant. The lifelong restaurateur behind the shuttered Soleil Bistro and Wine Bar and downtown’s Le Midi (now Toscana Ristorante), and until recently Tost Bistro (he’s now a consultant for the restaurant), is trying his hand at Tribeca di Olmos, a farm-to-table concept offering what he describes as Italian/Texan fare.” —San Antonio Current
TRIBECA COFFEE ROASTERS, BALTIMORE
“Tribeca Coffee is open in Mid-Town Belvedere. […] Owner James Jeon said he wants to attract students from the nearby campuses of the University of Baltimore and the Maryland Institute, College of Art. He also wants to draw in coffee enthusiasts and develop some new ones, too. You can tell Jeon’s serious. He’s brought in beans from PT’s Roasting Co. of Topeka, Kan. and he’s invested in top-notch equipment like a Mahlkonig grinder, a Synesso espresso maker and a Diedrich roaster for in-house roasting.” —Baltimore Sun
TRIBECA, KUALA LUMPUR
tk TRIBECA is a unique and exclusive high-rise residential tower strategically located in the heart of the retail/commercial hub of Kuala Lumpur, a stone’s throw away from the “Golden Triangle”. It represents a symbol of the growing affluence of Asia and of a lifestyle which blends leisure with business and wise investing.