Strangely enough, the age-old Walker’s is the most hopping spot in Tribeca. At lunch, after work and into the evening, there’s a boisterous crowd gathered at the bar. Tables are peopled with locals and firefighters from the station across the street, which is famous for being featured in Ghostbusters. Since the 1880s, the tin-ceilinged establishment has served as a restaurant and bar, and was christened Walker’s—after an owner—in 1987. Big, meaty, char-grilled burgers and fries are the most popular order. There are also salads, hummus with pita, and a tasty portobello mushroom sandwich with goat cheese.