Monday - Friday 12PM - 7PM | Saturday & Sunday 12PM - 6PM
We will be closed on the following days for Thanksgiving:
Wednesday, November 22nd
Thursday, November 23rd
Friday, November 24th
We chose a bright corner in Tribeca’s North Historic District for our original Fitting Room. Designed to make light of trying on men’s shoes, the TriBeCa Fitting Room offers a comfortable experience in a welcoming space.
Our TriBeCa location is our first New York Fitting Room. Here, you can stop in for a one-on-one session with a well-versed Fitting Room associate, meet all the Jack Erwin collections, get fitted in any style, find the pairs you love and get on with your day. The shoes will be delivered to your door -- expedited shipping is on us. Come in and say hi. You’re always welcome
After you swing by our Fitting Room, take a walk around the block.Here are our suggestions for an inspired stroll.
One of our favorite spots in the neighborhood, the kind of place that feels timeless and welcoming every time you pop in. Even if you’re not a local, you might think you live on the block as you walk out. Try the superfood pancake and the kale salad with a Tiny’s Old Fashioned.
A cozy hotel bar is thing of beauty. Whether you’re stopping by to see us from out of town or just coming downtown, a stay or a stop here is encouraged.
Whether shopping for a dorm room or a TriBeCa townhouse, this shop, boasting a collection of nearly a half million prints, might be the most approachable art gallery in all of Manhattan.
Craft cocktails and small plates in old carriage house with tables politely overflowing onto the street. Go for the drinks and check out the bathroom.
Just in the mood to stroll or find a spot on the lawn? Walk two blocks over on Hubert Street, grab a salad from Sweetgreen and find some urban respite.
Meet the a few of the guys doing their part to keep New York City and beyond, aglow.
Korin has one of the world’s most impressive knife collections. Check out entry level prep blades to prestigious Nenohi kiritsukes, used by masters in Japan to slice fish “as fluidly as a river current.”
Beginning with watches, Shinola specializes in hand-crafted, American-made leather goods. Stop by their newsstand in front for a coffee and a pastry from another one of our NYC favorites, The Smile.
On the block catty corner to us, find daily-made superfood salads, sandwiches, cold-pressed juices, an impressive coffee menu and a whole lot of sheep. (You’ll see what we mean.)