The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place this year in Tribeca, New York, from April 24th to May 5th. The festival is one of the highest-acclaimed film festivals in the country and will include films by Jared Leto, Christoph Waltz, and Margot Robbie along with 103 other documentaries and indie films. Making it their personal mission to promote equal opportunities for filmmakers of all backgrounds, 40% of this year’s features were directed by women and 29% were directed by people of color. Their exceptional standards make for a festival that recognizes only the highest quality talent in the industry and showcases a diversity of stories to be told. The festival will open on April 24th at the Apollo Theater with Roger Ross Williams’ newest documentary “The Apollo” kicking off the exciting event. Those planning to attend the festival will have a range of places to stay, dine and party during the almost two weeks worth of festivities.
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A 5-star experience from start to finish is what you can expect when you stay at the Baccarat Hotel New York. Just a short ride away from the Apollo Theater, the Baccarat is a prime location for festivalgoers to have easy access. Unwind after a long day at their award-winning spa, or head downstairs to the bar and lounge that offers unique cocktails and great views of the city.
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
Situated in Downtown Manhattan, the Four Seasons is just a quick trip to Tribeca, giving you plenty of space to enjoy the whole city. The landmark luxury highrise offers guests chic rooms with a wide variety of amenities such as espresso machines, marble countertops and showers, and 24-hour room service.
The Greek can be found in the northwestern area of the neighborhood and serves up classic Greek fare in an atmosphere that is both unpretentious and unassuming. The Greek is a Michelin Star-holding restaurant that sticks to classic Grecian cuisine like moussaka and shrimp saganaki.
China Blue serves up the highest quality Asian cuisine that you’ll find in the city. This eatery puts modern twists on classic Asian dishes, such as lion’s head meatballs and crispy skin-on eel. The interior design truly channels 1930s Shanghai, with a high-quality ambiance and a feeling of community.
Located in the heart of Tribeca, Terroir offers guests an extensive wine list along with cocktails and a full food menu. Terroir would be the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine after a day of watching films and networking with the festival’s industry attendees.
A dimly lit bar that serves eclectic and timeless cocktails, Belle Reve is a neighborhood favorite in Tribeca. Their traditional cocktail menu stays consistent throughout the trends of the industry, and that’s often the reason people keep coming back. Their perfectly executed elixirs make for a notable destination while you’re in the neighborhood.
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