Eat and Drink Tribeca Film Festival 2016: Where to eat, drink and get coffee By Georgia Kral Updated April 11, 2016 12:52 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email If you're checking out this year's Tribeca Film Festival, chances are you're going to get hungry, hangry or very thirsty. Here are some places to grab a cup of joe, a cocktail or a bite to eat near the theaters screening films, as well as notable films to catch. Check the Tribeca screening schedule at tribecafilm.com SVA Theatre Photo Credit: Jaysin Trevino via Flickr The School of Visual Arts Theatre hosts many Tribeca screenings. 333 W. 23rd St., between Eighth and Ninth avenues. Upcoming screenings of note: "Nerdland," starring Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt: April 14 at 8:30 p.m. "Midsummer in Newtown," about a children's theater production after the Sandy Hook tragedy: April 17 at 5 p.m. "Mr. Church" stars Eddie Murphy and is directed by Bruce Beresford ("Driving Miss Daisy"): April 24 at 6:30 p.m. Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 9 Photo Credit: Google Maps Formerly Clearview Cinemas, the Bow Tie in Chelsea is just one block from SVA. 260 W. 23rd St., between Seventh and Eighth avenues. Upcoming screenings of note: "Madly," a collection of six short films starring Mia Wasikowska and Gael Garcia Bernal: April 16 at 9:15 p.m. "The Devil in the Deep Blue Sea," stars Jessica Biel, Jason Sudeikis and Maisie Williams: April 18 at 3 p.m. "Dean" was written and directed by the comedian Demetri Martin, who also stars in the film: April 17 at 9 p.m. Bonus: This theater features luxury leather seats. Eat/drink/refuel Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales Where to eat near Clearview and SVA: Murray's Bagels, 242 Eighth Ave., murraysbagelschelsea.com Blossom (vegan, organic): 187 Ninth Ave., blossomnyc.com Cookshop (American cafe, pictured): 156 Tenth Ave., cookshopny.com Where to drink near Clearview and SVA: The Park (multi-level bar with High Line views): 118 Tenth Ave., theparknyc.com The Half King (Irish pub): 505 W. 23rd St., thehalfking.com Gallow Green (rooftop bar): 542 W. 27th St., mckittrickhotel.com/gallow-green Where to get coffee near Clearview and SVA: Pushcart Coffee: 401 W. 25th St., pushcartcoffee.com Intelligentsia Coffee: The High Line Hotel, 180 Tenth Ave., intelligentsiacoffee.com Starbucks, 300 W. 23rd St., starbucks.com Regal Cinemas Battery Park Photo Credit: Mai Le via Flickr The Regal Cinemas Battery Park Stadium 11 also screens many Tribeca feature films. 102 North End Ave. between Vesey and Murray streets. Upcoming screenings of note: "First Monday in May" is a documentary about the Met Gala: April 14 at 9 p.m. "Women Who Kill" explores modern-day relationships among women in Park Slope: April 16 at 8:30 p.m. "Don't Think Twice" is about a group of comedian friends in NYC: April 18 at 9 p.m. Bonus: This theater is inside a hotel so it tends to be a bit nicer than most. There's also a great candy bar where you pick the treats you want and pay by the pound. Eat/drink/refuel Photo Credit: Umami Burger Where to eat near Regal Cinemas Battery Park: Hudson Eats food hall (Dig Inn, Northern Tiger, Umami Burger, pictured, among others): Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey St., brookfieldplaceny.com Shake Shack, 215 Murray St., shakeshack.com Blue Smoke (BBQ): 255 Vesey St., bluesmoke.com Where to drink near Regal Cinemas Battery Park: Loopy Doopy (rooftop bar): 102 North End Ave., conradnewyork.com Le Bar at Le District (French market and bar; good for coffee too): Brookfield Place, 225 Brookfield Pl., ledistrict.com P.J. Clarke's on the Hudson: 250 Vesey St., pjclarkes.com Where to get coffee near Regal Cinemas Battery Park: Aroma Espresso Bar, 100 Church St., aroma.us Kaffe 1668, 275 Greenwich St., kaffe1668.com Tribeca Performing Arts Center Photo Credit: Borough of Manhattan Community College via Facebook The Performing Arts Center at the CUNY/Borough of Manhattan Community College hosts gala screenings. 199 Chambers St., between Greenwich and West streets. Upcoming screenings of note: "Elvis & Nixon" stars Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey: April 18 at 9 p.m. "The Family Fang" stars Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman: April 16 at 9 p.m. "Special Correspondents" is a satirical feature about politics and the media starring Ricky Gervais: April 22 at 8 p.m. Eat/drink/refuel Photo Credit: Tribeca Grill via Facebook Where to eat near Tribeca Performing Arts Center: Tribeca Grill (Robert DeNiro's American restaurant, pictured): 375 Greenwich St., myriadrestaurantgroup.com Locanda Verde: 377 Greenwich St., locandaverdenyc.com Sazon: 105 Reade St., sazonnyc.com Where to drink near Tribeca Performing Arts Center: The Patriot (dive bar, country jukebox): 110 Chambers St., 212-748-1162 Weather Up (cocktails): 159 Duane St., weatherupnyc.com Terroir Tribeca (wine bar): 24 Harrison St., wineisterroir.com Where to get coffee near Tribeca Performing Arts Center: Gotan: 130 Franklin St., gotannyc.com Macaron Cafe: 303 Greenwich St., macaroncafe.com Starbucks, 180 W. 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