Located in a bi-level historic building from 1810, Tiny’s is a new American restaurant that’s currently the toast of Tribeca. The owners are all into antiques, so the atmosphere is cozy with vintage decorative elements. The menu is unassuming and easily approachable with items like grilled chicken, hangar steak and kale salad – all with delicious personal touches of course. This is the spot to go if you want both a killer atmosphere and meal. Make a Reservation.
“I think for me, some of the restaurants people create are more fun (at least at my age). If someone says, ‘let’s do something fun,’ I’d rather take them to Miss Lily’s, La Esquina or Tiny’s. Places like that feel more relevant to me.” – David Rabin (Co-Owner, Cole’s, The Lamb’s Club)
“Amazing kale salad” – Andrew Bevan (Style Features Director, Teen Vogue)