Finding good spots to eat and dine-in can be hard to find in the fast pace neighborhood of the Financial District since you’ll be constantly looking up at the skyscrapers and incredible sights, rather than looking out for the cool hidden food spots Financial District have to offer. No worries though! We’ve done the research for you so you don’t have to go hungry another minute!
84 William Street
The well sought after restaurant by the Bromberg Brothers, now available on the ground floor of the AKA Wall Street, is a necessary visit for any food enthusiast. The menu is one of the most well balanced menus we’ve ever come across, with something available for almost everyone! Steaks, Caviar, Seafood, Vegetarian options and cocktails that are to die for make this an irrefutable spot to visit.
5 Beekman Street
The haute-gamme french restaurant Augustine is not only one of the most authentic cuisine de France, it is also truthful in all of its aspects, ranging from the staff to the interior design and the menu. The French brasserie, by Keith Mcnally, who you may know through Balthazar, Café Luxembourg and Pastis which are some of the most high class and top rated french restaurants Manhattan has to offer. Augustine is most definitely a hidden-gem within the Financial District, often unrecognized as it is hidden away in a corner on Beekman Street, yet once you’ve entered you’ll know you’re in for an absolute treat.
28 Liberty Street, 60th Floor
Get ready for a treat when you find out this New American style cuisine restaurant is on the 60th floor with jaw-dropping views! The slick and contemporary interior design and high class service of Manhatta make it a perfect addition to your go-to list of restaurants in the Financial District. Overlooked by Chef Jason Pfeifer, you’ll notice their wine menu is rich with bottles from the Burgandy region and that the majority of their menu is seasonal and fully organic.
4- Harry’s NYC
1 Hanover Square
One of the coolest and most hip spots of Financial District, opened since 1972, and renown for the best brunch and late night menu with some of the highest quality burgers and steak cuts. You’ll be stunned upon your entering of Harry’s NYC due to their elite interior design, black leather seats with round black tables and an overarching central light piece that illuminates all around it, besetting a unique and intimate atmosphere.
5- Joe’s Pizza
124 Fulton Street
The recently opened Joe’s Pizza Financial District branch has attracted a huge clientele base and has been almost full at all hours of the day and night. The original Joe’s Pizza located at 7 Carmine Street first began it’s pizza making in 1975 and hasn’t stopped since! Joe’s Pizza is a renown New York pizza spot for its thin crust, not too soft yet not too hard and good to go pizza for when you’re in a rush. There are few quick and easy pizza spots in lower Financial District and as such, we’d definitely recommend Joe’s Pizza (or if you’re in the mood for more heavier crust pizza, hop across the street over to Pronto Pizza ).