Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Haru

01/24/2013 in

Opened in December 2007, this restaurant on Wall Street features two private rooms, mezzanine dining that overlooks the Shinto temple-inspired design of the main space, sushi and cocktail bars, and full delivery and catering services.

Haru Wall Street is located in the historic Cocoa Exchange Building at the intersection of Wall, Pearl and Beaver streets, and is proud to be a part of the Lower Manhattan community.

Haru

1 Wall Street Court

(212) 785-6850

www.harusushi.com

Haru Wall Street is one of the many restaurants participating in this year’s NYC Restaurant Week.  For a list of other participating Lower Manhattan restaurants, click here.

Tags: Cocoa Exchange Building, Haru, Lower Manhattan, Restaurant Week

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