"I dined at Haru for lunch with three co-workers for a special occasion, but we still had to get back to our desks within the confines of, say, an 80 minute window. Our server, Dennis, was friendly, quick and efficient. Our lunches were all delicious (we had items from the special lunch menu ranging from the Salmon Teriyaki lunch box to the Chicken Katsu to Tempura) and the bill was very reasonable. Haru is a good choice for a quick and delicious sit down lunch in the Wall Street area."See more
"Trinity Place is a gem for anyone working in the Wall Street area. Excellent food with gracious & helpful servers. The ambience is classy yet "cool." It's fun to examine the old vault doors and to sit inside the chamber, remembering what it once used to be."See more
"Sushi tuna with ginger rice was excellent. Started off with a fried calamari appetizer which was large enough to share with 4. Calamari was mixed with hot cherry peppers and was a different take on the calamari served elsewhere. Others had steak and it was cooked to perfection. Portion sizes quite large for a lunch. Would recommend to others and return. I like the Wall Streetrestaurant but have found consistency in food and service at the others around the country. A little pricy but great for a special occasion."See more
"Delicious food, not only the steak, but also the spinach salad and the smashed patatoes.
Recommended for a quick dinner (the service is very efficient), this steak house is the best in the Wall Street area."See more
"Bailey's appears to be a local pub and hangout for folks who work in the Wall Street area. Had late lunch there and the food was better than I would have expected for this type of eatery. My friend and I both had the Cobb salad which was hearty and had all the right ingredients including fresh ahi tuna, avocado, crisp bacon and a tasty champagne dressing. Good prices, attentive (but not overbearing) service and decent wine list."See more
"As a kosher diner, it is great to see a beautiful new restaurant pop up in the Wall Street area. The ambiance was modern and cool, especially liked the large glass wine display doubling as a hallway. There were a wide variety of diners at eating time, including couples, business dinners, and all types of people including orthodox, Hasidic, and locals. As expected, the prices are very high but that is the price to pay for a culinary experience. The appetizers and main dishes were each tasty and used a great selection of meats (particularly try the short ribs and the sweetbreads). The waiters were very attentive and took back my plate when they sensed that I wanted my steak a little more well-done. We wish you the best of luck."See more
"The food was fine, but not fabulous and the meal service took an incredibly long time. In addition, it seemed like they were understaffed as the waiter seemed be serving all the tables in the dining area.
Also, signage in the space makes it hard to find your specific restaurant.
I ordered the ensalada verde which was interested but seemed unfinished. I then had the spaghetti which was undercooked and crunchy in parts. My companion LOVED the fritattina and those around us seemed to enjoy their food."See more
"We sat on the terrace, enclosed for winter, overlooking Wall Street on a Friday evening. International jazzy pop music played softly as we dined among the granite columns that rise to support this old bank building. The staff was was helpful in selecting from the Restaurant Week menu, and as we left we took a peek at the empty ballroom - magnificent! Overall, we feel the dining experience as well as the food was very good, and ordering from the fixed price menu was a very good value. Hats off to Cipriani for offering that balance - we'll regard this restaurant as a neighborhood favorite."See more