Best of 2014: And the Winners Are…

The polls are closed, the results have been tabulated—thanks to the 1,124 people who voted—and the rejoicing can begin. The readers’ choices for Best of Tribeca 2014 are below. I included runner(s)-up if the race was close.

*Favorite new restaurant: LITTLE PARK
Runners-up: Tutto Il Giorno, El Vez, Racines NY. *Unfortunately, this category has to have an asterisk, because I managed to forget three notable restaurants that opened in Tribeca in 2014: Washington Market Tavern, Añejo, and Church Street Tavern.

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Favorite new casual restaurant: SWEETGREEN
Runners-up: Baked, Arcade Bakery, Tribeca’s Kitchen.

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*Favorite new restaurant at Hudson Eats: MIGHTY QUINN’S
Runners-up: Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar, Umami Burger. *And somehow, Num Pang didn’t make the survey. My New Year’s resolution? Don’t screw this up next year.

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Best new bar: GRAND BANKS
Runner-up: Evening Bar.

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Best new fitness facility: THE LIVE WELL COMPANY

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Best new shopping: LA GARÇONNE
Runners-up: EGG by Susan Lazar, Dutch Petals, Jack Erwin.

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Biggest bummer: THE HARRISON
(Nothing else came close.)

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New development you’d most like to live in: WOOLWORTH TOWER RESIDENCES
Runners-up: 56 Leonard, 443 Greenwich, Sterling Mason.

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Most momentous opening in 2014: 9/11 MEMORIAL PLAZA FENCES DOWN
Runner-up: Opening of Hudson Eats.

West Street at 911 memorial plaza


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