Sweaty Betty’s Guide To Tribeca
New York, we're coming downtown to Tribeca with our 13th US shop. "When I founded Sweaty Betty in 1998, I was struck by how on-board the American customer was with our brand, so it was always my aim to open stores there. Our first shop was in SoHo, so I am so excited to open just around the corner in Tribeca, home to some of my favourite restaurants, studios and shops in Manhattan.” reflects our Founder and Creative Director, Tamara. Here's our lowdown on where to sweat, refuel and hangout in the area.
Lyons Den Power Yoga
Lyons Den Power Yoga is the studio to attend if you are looking for all things power, sweat, and flow in Manhattan. Owner Bethany Lyons has created a welcoming community with a mission to seriously challenge you.
The Class by Taryn Toomey
Let's put it out there, Taryn Toomey’s The Class is an experience unlike anything you have ever done before. Expect a mixture of repetitive calisthenics and plyometrics for a total body and mind movement experience.
The next door neighbour to our Tribeca shop (meaning we have no excuse), Tracey Anderson has been constantly challenging and changing clients bodies for years with her signature dance cardio workout. Chance of a celeb spot = high.
If sweating is more your style. Then Exceed's cardio and strength based classes are for you with a range of results-driven workouts designed for serious burn.
A mere 20 steps away from our new shop, Baked is our go-to for healthy with a side of sweet. Let's just say being in close proximity to their cakes and cookies is dangerous.
If you like your brunch with a side of Instagram, then Two Hands is your go-to. Bringing a relaxed beachside vibe to Tribeca, head here for nutritious and delicious dishes including smashed avocado, ricotta hotcakes and our favourite sweet potato waffles.
Mulberry & Vine
Expect lines out the door every single lunchtime at Mulberry & Vine. With the philosophy live dirty, eat clean, the farm fresh flavours, healthy salads and organic brownies are more than worth the queue.
If you're in the mood to treat yourself, book a table at Little Park. Working with local farmers and vendors, these seasonal dishes will more than impress your taste buds.
Run on the Hudson
If you want to take a look at the great outdoors, head to the West Side Highway path for a run with a serious view. We recommend jogging to the George Washington bridge for a perfect afternoon activity.
One World Trade Center
If you are looking for one of the best views of the city (and the coolest elevator ride to the top), then head to One World Trade Center. The newly finished building boasts 360 views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is a place of remembrance honoring those who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and is well worth a visit if you're in the area.
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