|233 Mill Street, Rochester NY, 14614|
Tribeca was a bar/nightclub on Mill Street in the High Falls area. It was located in the former spot of Key's Piano Bar. It included "3 bars in 1," with the main room playing 80's and 90's music, The Cherry Lounge playing 70's music, and a quieter bar area slated to be for hanging out and having conversation.
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2008-03-11 14:58:53 Has anyone checked this out yet? I'm curious... —SaraChristine
2008-03-11 15:44:37 Its not a bad place.
Theplace was set up well with allusions to the first bar there, Chrome.
Its not really my scene, but then most of the people on Rocwiki are not my scene, so you may like it. My only qualms are that they play a lot of old music and they have a horrid low brow beer selection.
It will make it if they continue to advertise and offer drink specials, if not then people will forget that its in High Falls. Think Taylors meets Lola meets Vinyl. —MrRochester
2008-08-21 17:55:51 These guys need to be open more often. —VinceC
2008-12-06 02:19:52 Absolutely amazing club!!!! Thursday nights are prime for any college student who is looking for a good time in an atmosphere that is classy and never shady!!! Hands down best club to be at in Rochester! —DjCinders
2009-01-12 10:30:08 After dining at Good Luck (excellent, by the way) the wife and I decided we wanted to go out for a few drinks - Somewhere classy but not quiet and boring. We were very impressed with Tribeca. We have partied in South Beach, Miami at places like Skybar, Delano and Mynt Ultra Lounge, so that trendy upscale atmosphere is something we really like. Tribeca is as close to this as we've seen in Rochester. VIP areas, bottle service, amazing lighting and decor, And the drink prices are very low. Some exclusive clubs charge like $15.00 per drink - a rum and coke at Tribeca is 4 bucks. Wow! A very good looking, well-dressed crowd. Guys, unless you're Kid Rock, leave the wife beater shirt in the drawer and dress to impress. When in doubt, just go with the "casual chic" look... slacks or really nice jeans, black or white button down shirt, and nice shoes. Ladys... just look hot and you're all set. I don't understand why some people say it's redundant for a club in Rochester to try and act like they're in a big city. I think it's great! I applaud the owners for bringing this type of entertainment to our city. Don't go anywhere, Tribeca, We'll be back! —PM
2009-11-23 16:43:11 who owns this place? —RichWright
2010-03-18 10:14:50 This place is NOT that great (unless you're a college kid looking to dance and have a few shotty, and expensive drinks). I got a VIP booth for a friend's bachelorette party thinking this would be a fun, classy time. I was wrong. From the get-go the owner "Mr. Burroni" double charged my account, wouldn't honor the coupon on his website and charged me $150 for 2 bottles of champaigne and one bottle of reisling that I could have bought at a liquor store for $30 total.
When we were leaving the place we got sworn at and yelled at by the bouncers who were upset that we were waiting for our limo in the doorway because it was rainy and freezing outside.
Oh, and one more thing - I'm not lying when I say there was only ONE type of clientel in the place... suffice to say we had to be patted down before entering the club. —BryHarrison
2010-06-14 13:16:56 Great club. Poor management, direction, and clientele. Great club closed. —LivingHere
2010-06-25 22:43:45 Living here-sad but true. Damn shame. The place started out great,but went down hill last Summer. Once they started ghetto nights, it was the end . March killed that place with the stabbing.The owner who I consider a friend was in over his head.Supposedly it will re-open with new owners,but I think it will be like Liquid. Damn shame................. —vargas37
2010-07-04 00:15:50 I so miss the good 'old' days here .Before the ghetto arrived and ruined yet another club.Met many great people here,both staff and regulars. —vargas37
2010-08-17 17:55:12 I hate that people say that the ghetto took over. I have been to the club a couple of times and I will say with the size of the club and only being open on weekends, you have to do whatever it takes to keep the doors open. by saying the ghetto took over you are saying there were too many black people, let's keep it real. I have never gone to any club and said there were too many white people even if I was the only black guy there. Whether the club catered to white or black audience in this economy it is tuff to keep any club open. —willpowell