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Amazing area to visit- historic, loaded w character and charm, plenty of restaurants w multiple types of cuisine to offer, brunch specials, drink specials- it was so wonderful to find, w reasonable prices for NYC! In the warmer months, tables are set up between the...More
Just steps from Wall Street is the cobble stone outdoor dining spot lined with brown stone buildings. Many restaurants to choose from with first come first served seating. Sure, you can sit inside any one of the terrific establishments, but cool factor is out on...More
Stone Street itself has attractive buildings along a cobblestone street but the middle is all restaurant seating and the restaurants seem dicey, although they’re good for a drink if you order at the bar to avoid the slow service. However, nearby streets like Pearl St...More
Fun to stroll down the street and check out all the eating establishments. There are several choices and you should be able to find something you like. The cobblestone street and historic buildings take you back in time.
Stone street goes back to the 1770s, making it one of the oldest streets in the city, in an area of streets that seem to have no design; they just go in all directions, unlike the rest of the city (save the West Village), where...More
This is one if the most historical areas of the city although I think it gets overlooked too often. From the original Wall Street to custom house, the stock exchange, Federal Hall and more, there is much to discover in just historical sights. On top...More