Fraunces Tavern Restaurant, est. 1762, is a historic landmark in FiDi. Offering small batch craft & specialty beers, handcrafted cocktails, & 1000+ spirits, experience the delectable flavors of thoughtfully prepared American cuisine, featuring our farm-to-table ingredients. The establishment boasts 7 distinct spaces, each providing exceptional options for both public & private experiences alike. Invite friends to sit around the warm fire in the Dingle Whiskey Bar or gather & mingle in The Wine Room. Host a formal event under the crystal chandeliers in the Washington Room for a private dining experience. Whether you prefer the Independence or Hideout Bar, both offer a fun and informal atmosphere to enjoy happy hour with friends. Experience the secluded charm of The Piano Bar Upstairs, to enjoy exquisite food, drinks, and live music in a relaxed atmosphere. If you're a history buff, visit the Bissell room to view the beautiful mural painting depicting downtown NYC in the 1700s.
Established in 1837, Delmonico's remains the oldest restaurant in New York City and returns for the fall of 2023. Living in its original building at the intersection of Beaver & William Street in the financial district, Delmonico's holds to be the first dining establishment in America to be called by its French name "Restaurant”. From our early days as a gathering place for visionaries and cultural icons to our continuous pursuit of culinary excellence, Delmonico's has shaped the very fabric of the American dining experience. With a storied past filled with pioneering techniques, iconic dishes, and a commitment to hospitality, we honor our history by reinventing tradition and inviting you to be part of our culinary journey.
Antica(Ancora),located in 8 Stone street Historic District of lower Manhattan and Financial District. It opened in 2004. Executive Chef Luis Barezi brings an innovative touch to traditional ingredients with dishes from all the regions of Italy, all paired with a wine spectator award winning wine list. The restaurant's signature dishes include tutto crudo, fresh pecorino ravioli, veal chop alla milanese. Other specialties include table side preparations caesar salad, branzino fish, rack of lamb and displayed desserts. Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options are offered.For parties of 12 or more ,Antica offers a group dining menu and private room .
Joseph's refined style and atmosphere make it a popular spot for business lunches, as well as Downtown classic. But don't let the fancy setting fool you—behind all the elegance is an excellent and authentic Italian kitchen that churns out rustic dishes reminiscent of the old country. Joseph's staff takes the Italian reverence for abbondanza (abundance) to heart, and won't let you walk away from your meal hungry. Pasta, chops, chicken, salad—everything on this menu bears the true taste of Italy. The main courses at Joseph's are often accompanied by vegetables and potatoes, and there are family-style platter options available if you are ordering with a group. If "Italian food" in the Financial District conjures up thoughts of chicken parmigiana subs from a pizza place, it's time for a step into the elegance and flavor of Joseph's.
Masterpiece Caterers is thrilled to announce the acquisition of The View at Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan. Formally Battery Gardens Restaurant. The View at Battery Park is nestled within the manicured gardens of Battery Park and is flanked by The Sea Glass Carousel and the Staten Island Ferry’s Whitehall Terminal. The View features outdoor seating with a separate outdoor bar along with a beer garden featuring craft beers.A true culinary experience!
Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder's newest restaurant, Schilling, is located in NYC's Financial District. With a name that nods to the surrounding neighborhood and the former Austrian currency, Schilling will offer a day-to-night bistro that features chef Frauneder's contemporary take on Austrian classics, this time with a Mediterranean touch.
Nestled away on winding Gold Street in Manhattan's venerable Financial District, Giardino D'Oro is indeed a golden garden as its name translates. All that is charming about Italy comes to life as co-owners Benny Jakupaj and Nick Vuli welcome even newcomers with open arms. At Giardino D'Oro, food is indeed art with the fine Italian cuisine replete with antipasti, fresh rolled pastas, exquisite meat and seafood dishes, mouth-watering desserts, and an extensive wine list. Attentive yet discreet service in an intimate setting with strains of Sinatra softly crooning in the background set the scene for power lunches as well as romance.