tiny’s and the bar upstairs
We’re taken with this cozy townhouse that’s been transformed into a rustic bar and restaurant.
Published Mar 5, 2015 2:00 PM
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Inside the historical building (originally built in 1810), siblings Matt, Jack, and Ana Abramcyk converted the home into three separate but unique dining spaces: the first-floor copper bar with a matching metal canopy; the back-dining room with a wood burning fireplace; and the Masonic-themed “Bar Upstairs,” with marble and zinc stone tables.
Although it’s small square footage would suggest otherwise, Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs is almost impossible to miss when trekking through TriBeCa—due mostly to the tri-level townhouse’s darling salmon pink façade and matching storefront window curtains.
With Executive Chef Paul Warthen serving up breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menus of his New American cuisine, it’s no surprise that Tiny’s has earned a reputation for being one of the best family-run, neighborhood spots in all of the city. Come for the warm, dimly lit interior—complete with brick walls, tin ceilings, and salvaged wood paneling—but stay for a second round of their signature cocktails.
We Recommend: The Burrata, and the Filet Mignon (with parsley-horseradish sauce).
Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs is located at 135 W. Broadway (between Thomas and Duane) in New York City.