A visit to Tribeca Taphouse, 363 Greenwich Street (between Harrison and Franklin Streets)

For those who remember Tribeca’s Pig ‘n’ Whistle, Tribeca Taphouse has taken over the location and performed a complete overhaul of the space.  The only reminder of the former establishment is the sign hanging over the restrooms at the back of the dining area.  Tribeca Taphouse’s reverse L-shaped bar is in the front right side of the space.  A few high-top tables reside just beyond the bar and then there’s a spacious dining area toward the back of the establishment.  Tribeca Taphouse features 20 mostly-quality draught and 16 bottled beers.  The food menu consists of burgers, sandwiches and the dinner menu also includes some mouth-watering entrees.  Tribeca Taphouse is a welcomed addition to the Tribeca craft-beer focused NYC bar crawl.

The only remaining piece of the former establishment

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