Tribeca Film Festival x Graffiti Earth
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For film buff couples, this festival alone is enough of a reason to call NYC home. Each year, The Tribeca Film Festival hosts thousands of filmmakers while showcasing films from all over the world, from indies by first-time creators to passion projects from seasoned pros. Be part of the action with a pass to the festival or stick to a film or two with individual seatings. While there are dozens of films showing, we suggest going on full-on NYC tonight with “Mapplethorpe” (about iconic NYC photographer Robert Mapplethorpe) or “Nico, 1998” (about the tragic and tortured life of Andy Warhol’s muse and Velvet Underground singer Nico).
After the festival, indulge all your senses at Graffiti Earth, a restaurant with a core philosophy of serving delicious food prepared sustainably with fresh ingredients. An eclectic menu highlights the flavors of India alongside other tasty selections from around the globe, resulting in dishes like scallop brulee with cauliflower wasabi yogurt and braised pork buns with apricot chutney.
Tribeca Festival Hub
50 Varick Street, Manhattan
130 Duane Street, Manhattan