The Odeon is the original hangout for the hip and fabulous in TriBeCa, the stomping ground for the likes of Warhol and Basquiat when it opened almost three decades ago. These days, the art-deco bar is frequented mostly by Wall Street types and tourists for the brasserie menu and martinis. The Odeon is located at 145 West Broadway on the corner of Thomas Street in Tribeca. Tribeca (sometimes stylized as TriBeCa) is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. Its name is an acronym from "Triangle Below Canal Street"; the triangle is properly bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Vesey Street.