Support Your Lower Manhattan Restaurants: These Just Reopened

06/18/2020 in
Support Your Lower Manhattan Restaurants: These Just Reopened

Both the restaurant and the coffee shop at The Wooly (11 Barclay Street) have been open throughout the COVID pandemic. Only recently did they combine both storefronts (pictured above). And the following are more establishments you can welcome back to the neighborhood by ordering takeout or delivery

Boundless Plains (19 Rector Street)

Fresh Salt (146 Beekman Street)

Dragon Horn Tea (106 Greenwich Street)

Industry Kitchen (70 South Street)

Sale & Pepe Fine Catering (1 Exchange Place)

Takahachi Bakery (25 Murray Street)

Thai Farm Kitchen (21 Peck Slip)

For other types of cuisine that are still being served in the neighborhood, we’ve compiled (and are constantly updating) this living list of Lower Manhattan restaurants so that you won’t have to scramble to keep up with what’s currently available.

If we have left anything out please reach out via Twitter or email.

photo: The Wooly

Tags: boundless plains, dining, dragon horn tea, Fresh Salt, sale & pepe, takahachi, thai farm kitchen, the wooly

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