Lower Manhattan From A To Z

Lower Manhattan From A To Z

 

By: Caroline De Tino

Over the past year, Lower Manhattan has seen a flurry of new openings.

Westfield World Trade Center is ushering in more than 100 new stores and eateries, which follow a slew of openings at Brookfield Place, Fulton Center and along Broadway’s revitalized retail corridor. Every week brings news of even more new places to eat, drink, shop and stay. The number and diversity of options can seem overwhelming.

So how do you keep track of it all?

Simple – with the Downtown Alliance’s 2017 Lower Manhattan Shop Dine Guide. This convenient, portable, easy-to-use booklet contains essential information on all of the area’s restaurants, retailers, attractions, bars, hotels and local organizations. Whether you’re looking for a place to eat or shop or for an attraction in the area, our guide has you covered.

Click here to download it or to order a copy.

Whether you live here, work here or are visiting, the Shop Dine Guide is an indispensable resource. Think of it as Lower Manhattan, A to Z, at your fingertips.

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