The TriBeCa flagship for Detroit watch, bike (and more) maker is worth a visit. More than a shop, the location is designed to keep people engaged. Their café and newsstand, run by sandwich masters The Smile, sits right up front. It's a good place for a coffee or a snack before embarking upon a wonderland of Shinola branded products—from handmade watches, bicycles and paper goods to limited edition collaborations with like-minded brands—and other carefully selected items. The brick and mortar store is a showcase for some of the finest American made products that generally exist only online. It’s All-American, celebrated in NYC. This neighborhood and its cultural heritage happens to house the famed Tribeca Film Festival. See what drew the festival there by strolling about the under-explored, winding streets, or head south a few blocks for the World Trade Center Memorial Site and the historic financial district. For fuller eats, Smith & Mills restaurant—a former carriage house—offers one of the city’s best burgers in a fascinating, modified environment. If you’re planning a late one, swing over to the ground floor of The Woolworth building. Their lounge, The Wooly, mixes eccentric décor with a relaxed lounge environment. The space also features many surprise DJs who, depending on the night, can amp up just about anyone, or settle the audience into thoughtful conversation.