Lower Manhattan Eats Alfresco

08/07/2012 in

Summer in New York City means it’s time to eat al fresco – and Lower Manhattan has no shortage of restaurants to fit the bill.

Here you can enjoy all types of cuisine in all different types of surroundings.  Lower Manhattan boasts water views along its esplanades, park views, and cobblestone street scenery that is both enjoyable and unique.

So step outside and enjoy a bite at some of Lower Manhattan’s full-service, outdoor tables before the summer ends!  A delicious sampling includes:

Acqua at Peck Slip

Adrienne’s Pizza Bar

Battery Gardens

Cabana Nuevo Latino

The Dubliner

Gigino at Wagner Park

Harbour Lights

Harry’s Italian

Heartland Brewery

Liberty View

Mad Dog & Beans

Merchants NY Café

Merchants River House

Nelson Blue

Pacific Grill

P.J. Clarke’s on the Hudson

Red

Sequoia

Smorgas Chef

Stone Street Tavern

Suteishi

Uno Chicago Grill

For more information on restaurants in Lower Manhattan, visit the Alliance for Downtown New York at www.DowntownNY.com. You can check out an interactive map with details on hours, locations and services and search the events calendar. Or, stay connected through the Downtown Alliance iPhone app, available for download on the website.

Tags: Acqua at Peck Slip, Adrienne's Pizza Bar, Battery Gardens, Cabana Nuevo Latino, Gigino at Wagner Park, Harbour Lights, Harry's Italian, Heartland Brewery, Liberty View, Mad Dog & Beans, Merchants NY Café, Merchants River House, Nelson Blue, P.J. Clarke’s on the Hudson, Pacific Grill, Red, Sequoia, Smorgas Chef, Stone Street Tavern, Suteishi, The Dubliner, Uno Chicago Grill

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