Food & Drink

Lower Manhattan’s culinary history stretches back generations to the legendary Delmonico’s, America’s original fine dining institution, which first opened in 1837. Neighborhood standbys such as Bobby Van’s, Harry’s, Da Claudio, Morton’s and Capital Grille have been pillars of the food scene for years.

More recently, the likes of Nobu, Eataly, L’Appart, Crown Shy and The Fulton have established themselves in the district. Additionally, a number of new casual spots like Taim, Mighty Quinn Barbecue, David Chang’s Fuku and Blue Ribbon, have joined the dining landscape.

The latest generation of talented chefs have transformed the neighborhood into a magnetic culinary destination and Lower Manhattan has truly earned its reputation as a must-visit neighborhood for some of the best meals in the city.

What’s New and Noteworthy

Documenting An Entire Thursday Shift At The Iconic Dead Rabbit
Documenting An Entire Thursday Shift At The Iconic Dead Rabbit

Explorer in Chief Josh Katz recently observed an entire Thursday-night shift — 3 p.m….

13 Affordable Downtown Lunch Spots We Can’t Stop Thinking About
13 Affordable Downtown Lunch Spots We Can’t Stop Thinking About

With workers returning to the office at long last, the debate over bringing versus buying…

Father’s Day Brunch: Where To Celebrate Dad In Lower Manhattan
Father’s Day Brunch: Where To Celebrate Dad In Lower Manhattan

At long last, we can celebrate our dads with the two best things in life: 1) big hugs and…

Celebrate Pride With The Beekman’s Supergay Cocktail
Celebrate Pride With The Beekman’s Supergay Cocktail

A new specialty cocktail has arrived at The Beekman (5 Beekman Street) — a perfect…

Where To Have A Leisurely Lunch In Lower Manhattan
Where To Have A Leisurely Lunch In Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is New York City’s choice neighborhood for the quick lunch spot — there…

Wind Down On Wednesdays With Half-Off Bottles At The Tuck Room
Wind Down On Wednesdays With Half-Off Bottles At The Tuck Room

If you’re in need of a mid-week boost, The Tuck Room at Fulton Market has you covered….

Explore More Places To Eat And Drink

New Yorkers can dine inside restaurants once again. Here are some of the best restaurants in Lower Manhattan that are currently open for dining.

11 Hanover Greek
Full Service Dining, Greek
22 Thai Cuisine
Full Service Dining, Thai
2West
Full Service Dining, American
Aahar Indian Cuisine
Full Service Dining, Indian
Adrienne’s Pizza Bar
Full Service Dining, Pizza
Ampia
Drinks & Barfare; Full Service Dining, Italian;Specialty Cocktails;Wine Bar
Antica Ristorante
Full Service Dining, Italian
ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant
Full Service Dining, Mediterranan
Bareburger
Full Service Dining, American
Beckett’s Bar & Grill
Full Service Dining, American
Bellini
Full Service Dining, Italian
Benares
Full Service Dining, Indian
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