Get Low At Stone Street Tavern With 20% Off

06/01/2018
Get Low At Stone Street Tavern With 20% Off

By: Joseph Ferris

The mission to taste your way around Lower Manhattan continues this Tuesday at Stone Street Tavern.

Get Low at Stone Street Tavern
Get 20 percent off dinner for two at this historic gem located on one of Manhattan’s most charming cobblestone streets. Join the masses outside at the picnic tables or set up shop at a table inside. Either way you’ll enjoy great food in a fun environment.

Why stop at dinner? Make a night of it by exploring more of Lower Manhattan.

The Elevated Acre
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a park in the sky. Nestled three stories above the hubbub of the city at 55 Water Street, the Elevated Acre is the perfect Lower Manhattan meeting spot before dinner, where the two of you can take in the growing Brooklyn skyline as the sun goes down.

Charging Bull at Bowling Green
A stone’s throw away from this week’s Get Low destination is Bowling Green. Start with a photo at the Charging Bull and Fearless Girl at the top of the park, then make your way south through the park, and pull up a bench in the garden to watch the world go by before making your way to Stone Street Tavern.

Sail for free on the Staten Island Ferry
On this long summer night, why not enjoy the best views of New York City at twilight on the Staten Island Ferry — just a short walk from Stone Street Tavern. Get a great view of the Statue of Liberty and an Instagram-worthy view of the New York City skyline.

See you at Stone Street Tavern this Tuesday. Just mention Get Low to receive 20 percent off your dinner for two. Check out the full lineup of all participating restaurants here.

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