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    1. Keste

      More than a pizzeria, at Keste you’ll experience the flavors, the taste and the touch of the authentic art of Neapolitan pizza making. Even if ordering from your room, you can live stream the making of your pie.

    2. Augustine

      Breathing fresh air and energy into the Financial District, Keith McNally once again is setting out to reinvigorate one of NYC’s neighborhoods with the debut of Augustine, his new French Restaurant located in the renovated historical Beekman Hotel.

    3. Temple Court

      Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio pulls inspiration from the rich history of the building and his own culinary journey to provide a menu of classics, old and new, reinvented with his signature, seasonal touch.

    1. iPic Theaters

      The Ultimate movie experience with loungey seats & upscale snacks & cocktails, plus a separate bar & restaurant. 

    2. The Bar Room

      The Bar Room at Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court is located beneath The Beekman’s stunning, nine-story Victorian era atrium and offers a singular New York setting to enjoy a list of handcrafted cocktails alongside an all-day menu. 

    3. Stout

      Located in the Financial District, this cobblestoned pub is a replica of its midtown counterpart, offering guests over 65 Irish whiskies and over 100 beers. 

    1. The Dead Rabbit

      Welcome to the World’s Best Bar. The Dead Rabbit is bringing the Irish Pub into the 21st century. This 2-story spot combines a lunch taproom with a parlor serving small plates & vintage cocktails.

    2. Trading Post

      Restaurant and bar serving American fare & cocktails in clubby digs with cozy nooks & amazing East River views.

    3. Fraunces Tavern

      Over the last 106 years, Fraunces Tavern has expanded. The Museum and Restaurant now occupy five buildings on the historic Fraunces Tavern Block. 

    1. The Tuck Room

      A vibrant destination that allows you to escape to a spirited drinking & dining den.

    2. BlackTail

      Step back into the devil-may-care early days of aviation. A time when luxurious flying boats delivered the thirsty into the embrace of Cuba.

    3. TKTS Broadway Tickets

      TKTS Discount Booths are the perfect way for everyone to experience a Broadway show at affordable prices.

    1. Pure Barre

      Sweat away the day. Get lost in the music. Find everything you’re looking for in a workout at Pure Barre.

    2. Da Claudio

      Locally sourced seasonal Italian cuisine on one of the oldest streets in New York.

    3. La Maison du Chocolat

      Paris-based chocolatier offering gourmet candy, macarons, pastries & gift boxes.

    1. Brooklyn Bridge

      Walk, bike, or ride across the world’s most iconic suspension bridge from Lower Manhattan to Brooklyn.

    2. Brookfield Place

      Host to luxury retail and an upscale food court in the heart of the new downtown.

    3. Statue of Liberty

      Visit one of the world’s most recognizable symbols for freedom and democracy.

    1. Staten Island Ferry

      Experience breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan Skyline.

    2. New York Stock Exchange

      See the iconic building that is home to one of the world’s leading financial markets.

    3. One World Trade Center / One World Observatory

      See the iconic building which is home to one of the world’s leading financial markets.

    1. Federal Reserve Bank of New York

      Take a tour of the impressive Fed building, with its detailed wrought ironwork, and learn how the reserve banking system works, then ogle the Gold Vault deposited five stories below the streets.

    2. Downtown Cellars

      Owner Seth Datz loves to select wines to match his customers’ tastes and also carries fine spirits and grower Champagnes.

    3. Thomas Pink

      The leading international luxury shirt maker is, fittingly (so to speak), a member of the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy group.

    1. Hermés

      Thompson’s local Financial District Hermès is known for luxury with a distinct lack of pretense.

    2. Tiffany & Co.

      Since 1837, the blue box has needed no introduction.

    3. It'Sugar

      More than a candy culture, it’s a lifestyle, albeit a “frivolous, overindulgent & deligtfully naughty” one with a sweet laser focus on disrupting “the white noise of daily life.”

    1. Century 21

      Since 1961, C21 has designer fashion at incredibly low prices for men, women and children.

    2. Trinity Church

      Tracing its roots to 1696, Trinity has many architectural features and serves as the final resting place for the likes of Alexander Hamilton, John Audubon and John Jacob Astor.

    3. Woolworth Building

      Architect Cass Gilbert’s 1913 design casts a disctinctive Gothic silhouette on the Manhattan skyline and visitors may tour the magnificent lobby filled with carved wood panels, marble, mosaics, and murals.

    1. Federal Hall National Memorial

      As the birthplace of American government here on Wall Street, George Washington took the oath of office as our first President, and the home of the first Congress, Supreme Court and Executive offices now serve as a museum and memorial.

    2. Governors Island

      For two centuries, this 172-acre island in New York Harbor was a military base, and today its parkland plays host to festivals and events and is open from May through September.

    3. Battery Park

      Perched on a strategic prow of New York Harbor, the Battery has been witness to much history and today is a beautiful walkabout and the ferry dock for visitors to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.

    1. Van Der Plas Gallery

      Adriaan Van Der Plas represents outsider and contemporary artists reflecting the diversity of cultures, people, and landscapes he found in his early travels through the Americas.

    2. St. Paul's Chapel

      This Episcopal chapel is New York’s oldest surviving church building, where George Washington worshipped and Alexander Hamilton conducted military drills in the yard.

    3. New York City Hall

      One of New York’s great landmarks since 1812, the Federalist style exterior and soaring rotunda houses the city council chamber and many historic portraits.

    1. South Street Seaport

      The venerable pier is being resurrected as a reimagined East River waterfront.

    2. National Museum of the American Indian

      This component of the Smithsonian Institution is committed to bringing Native voices to life with the world’s most expansive collections of artifacts, photographs and media.

    3. 9/11 Memorial

      The twin reflecting pools, each nearly an acre in size, feature the largest manmade waterfalls in North America.

    1. Ethan Cohen Fine Arts

      The gallerist has occupied the leading edge of international and emerging art since 1987.

    2. Delmonico's

      The renowned portico has welcomed Wall Street’s movers and shakers since 1827.

    3. Barbarini Alimentari

      Take in a sidewalk view of charming and historic Front Street as you enjoy lunch, dinner or a snack.

    1. Trading Post

      A classic American restaurant and bar, nestled into a gorgeous cobblestone corner of the Financial District.

    2. Stone Street Tavern

      Dine al fresco and soak up the old world charm of this historic street.

    3. The Dead Rabbit

      The taproom, parlor and grocery renowned as one of the world’s best cocktail bars.

    1. Les Halles Downtown

      The much beloved brasserie where Anthony Bourdain first made his name

    2. Fraunces Tavern

      A traditional Irish public house serving up the classics in New York’s oldest standing structure.

    3. Financier Patisserie

      The double-entendre name plays to the neighborhood and to the traditional French pastries, baked daily.

    1. Blue Spoon Coffee

      Our friendly neigborhood joint makes the best drip coffee and espresso in the city.

    2. Adrienne's Pizza Bar

      Home of the greatest old fashioned brick oven pizza pies—and fantastic Italian fare.