New York, NY 10013
92YTribeca, 92nd Street Y's downtown center located at 200 Hudson Street, helps 92Y carry on its mission to serve the community and the world in a remarkable way by providing exceptional programs across the spectrum—in the arts and culture, Jewish life and education, health and fitness and personal growth and travel. As part of 92nd Street Y, our mission downtown is to bring together and inspire a diverse community of people from New York City and beyond.
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Together with the 92nd Street Y, this is the best place in NYC to see a not-boring lecture. Events here are typically quirkier and cheaper then uptown and often include a beer.
We have events here often. Be sure to check out the cafe, which offers a number of delicious items, including Hijiki Salad and thin crust pizza. - Sharon Feder.
(3/20/13) SAVE 92Y TRIBECA -- A call for the 92Y to reconsider its decision and maintain 92Y Tribeca, from Richard Brody:
Don't sit in the back of the main performance space; it can get a little noisy because of the kitchen.
Remember to go check out 92YTribeca at 200 Hudson Street (Canal Street) in New York. (ps: added from my iPhone!)
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