The Farmhouse Fresh Philosophy at Tribeca’s Telepan Local

Famed farm-to-table Chef Bill Telepan adds a sequel to his Upper West Side Telepan restaurant. The new(er) Tribeca location is “much cooler in clientele and price” offering American small plates and mains that make wildly creative use of high-quality local ingredients. The high-energetic, wood-paneled space has an Aspen vibe and is a bit on the side, but lovely service adds the perfect warmth for the upcoming chillier Holiday month.

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Two terrific new bakeries, Arcade Bakery and Baked arrive in Tribeca

Question: Can neighborhoods ever have TOO MANY bakeries? Especially if the bakeries are really, really good? How about if those bakeries also have first-rate coffee and a comfortable place to sitand chill or work or chat with friends? So is the case in Tribeca, which is already one of the prettiest, most loaded-with-goodies neighborhood in all of Manhattan. Two such spots have arrived within a few blocks of each other this year – and of course, there was no outcry about the community being overrun by brownies and baguettes, croissants and cookies and cakes. Find out which two outstanding bakeries arrived in the neighborhood.

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2 Glenwood Buildings in Tribeca & Upper East Side are Living Green

They call it a "DVR for electricity", and it could revolutionize the way entire city blocks–heck, entire cities–think about energy consumption. But for now, only two buildings in all of New York City are saving money and cutting usage with Demand Energy's brand-new battery storage technology, the Demand Shifter: Glenwood's Manhattan apartment buildings the Barclay Tower in Tribeca (on the right, above), and The Caldwell, on the Upper East Side (below). At Glenwood, it seems, the future is now.

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