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The Financial District, also commonly referred to as FiDi, is located at the southern tip of Manhattan. It's notable residents include the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Formerly a destination strictly for financial professionals, the neighborhood now boasts a growing number of full-time residents and an active dining scene.

 
 

 
 

DINING & NIGHTLIFE

MILK BAR
110 Wall Street, near Front Street
Award winning bakery from chef Christina Tosi.

FUKU
110 Wall Street, near Front Street
Counter-serve spot from David Chang specializing in fried chicken sandwiches & whole birds.

WESTVILLE
110 Wall Street, near Front Street
Fresh produce & locally sourced meats lead the list of ingredients at this popular American spot.

HOLE IN THE WALL CAFE
15 Cliff Street between John and Fulton Streets
Australian Cafe serving creative, healthy dishes and breakfast all afternoon!

CITY ACRES FOOD HALL
70 Pine Street between Pearl and William Streets
Market and Food Hall, the new home to popular Beyond Sushi, Vanessa's Dumplings, Artichoke Pizza and more! 

CLINTON HILL
19 Fulton Street between Water and Front Streets
Hip beer hall & courtyard garden with numerous crafts on tap and creative gastropub food

ADRIENNE’S PIZZABAR
54 Stone Street between William Street and Coenties Alley
Casual pizzeria with thin-crust pies & outdoor seating on historic, cobbled Stone Street.

VINTRY WINE & WHISKEY
57 Stone Street, between William Street and Coenties Alley
A global lineup of wine & spirits comes in various sized tastes, alongside a small plates food menu.

HARRY’S NYC
1 Hanover Square
between Pearl and Stone Streets
Popular throwback in the historical India House with steaks, a wine cellar & an adjoining cafe.

VAN LEEUWEEN ICE CREAM
224 Front Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip
Petite spot for housemade ice cream (including vegan varieties) with area-sourced ingredients.

SEAMORE'S
250 Vesey Street between North End Avenue and West Street
Beachy, relaxed eatery serving sustainable seafood plus beer, wine & cocktails in light-filled digs.

ATERA
77 Worth Street between Broadway and Church Street
A modern American menu draws foodies to this fixed-price-only room with a downstairs cocktail bar.

BARBALU
225 Front Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip
Elevated Italian fare in a rustic-chic setting accented by exposed brick & reclaimed wood.

BLACKTAIL
Pier A Harbor House, 22 Battery Place
Bar with a retro Cuban theme, serving cocktails & American dishes in a decorous space.

BRUSHSTROKE
30 Hudson Street between Duane and Reade Streets
Renowned chef David Bouley serves inventive multi-course Japanese meals in a wood-enveloped room.

BUBBY’S TRIBECA
120 Hudson Street at North Moore Street
Weekend brunch hot spot serving homestyle American eats with many locally sourced ingredients.

CIPRIANI CLUB 55
55 Wall Street between William and Hanover Streets
Refined Italian fare served in an elegant space with a column-lined patio.

CUT BY WOLFGANG PUCK
99 Church Street, between Barclay Street and Park Place
Part of Wolfgang Puck’s international steakhouse group, with a handsome dining room & lounge

AUGUSTINE
123 Nassau Street
between Beekman and Ann Streets
Decorous brasserie by Keith McNally for high-end French dishes, steaks and cocktails.

MANHATTA
28 Liberty Street, 60th Floor between Nassau and William Street
Danny Meyer's newly opened, fine dining restaurant with sky-high views.

THE DEAD RABBIT
30 Water Street at Broad Street
This 2-story spot combines a lunch tap-room with a parlor serving small plates and vintage cocktails.

DELMONICO’S
56 Beaver Street, at South William Street
A New York classic opened in 1837, serving prime beef in old-time environs.

EL VEZ
259 Vesey Street between West Street and North End Avenue
Modern takes on Mexican favorites served in a flashy space with vibrant colors and a lively bar.

TEMPLE COURT
5 Beekman Street, at Nassau Street
Formerly Fowler & Wells. Tom Colicchio newest venture inside the Beekman Hotel.

GRAND BANKS
Pier 25 Play Area, at West Street
This seasonal oyster bar on the deck of a historic fishing boat serves seafood entrees & drinks

LA COLOMBE COFFEE ROASTERS
67 Wall Street, between Pearl and Hanover Streets
Trendy cafe serving house-brand artisanal coffee, pastries & snacks in a sleek space.

LITTLE PARK
85 West Broadway between Chambers and Warren Streets
Posh restaurant in the Smyth Hotel for seasonal, veggie-centric American small and large plates.

LOCANDA VERDE
377 Greenwich Street between Hudson and Franklin Streets
TriBeCa hot spot showcasing rustic Italian cuisine in a lively atmosphere.

SCHILLING
109 Washington Street between Carlisle and Rector Streets
Austrian-Mediterranean food in a space with communal & banquette seating.

NOBU DOWNTOWN
195 Broadway between Dey and Fulton Streets
Famed Japanese-Peruvian fare in a landmark space with an artful lounge & downstairs dining room.

MARC FORGIONE
134 Reade Street between Hudson and Greenwich Streets
Bold farm-to-table cuisine in candlelit, rustic-chic environs attracts romance-minded foodies.

NORTH END GRILL
104 North End Avenue at Vesey Street
Danny Meyer’s upmarket New American outpost highlights seafood in a classy, modern space.

PARM
250 Vesey Street between North End Avenue and West Street
Chicken parm and other Italian-American classics go gourmet at this hip, diner-inspired space.

PIER A HARBOR HOUSE
22 Battery Park at Battery Place
Sprawling place with a large pub offering craft beers, raw bar items and other casual eats.

RESERVE CUT
40 Broad Street, between
Exchange Place and Beaver Street
A global lineup of wine & spirits comes in various sized tastes, alongside a small plates food menu.

SUTEISHI
24 Peck Slip, at Front Street
Low-key sushi & Japanese restaurant with outdoor seating in the Seaport District.

TINY’S AND THE BAR UPSTAIRS
135 West Broadway at Duane Street
Historical 1810 bi-level townhouse showcases New American fare in a dimly lit, rustic setting.

THE TUCK ROOM
11 Fulton Street, between South and Front Streets
A dining and drinking destination located on the top floor of the iPic Theater featuring a revolving beverage program perfect for pre or post movie.

THE CAPITAL GRILLE
120 Broadway between
Pine and Cedar Streets
Outpost of the upscale steakhouse chain offers classic American fare & a clubby, refined setting.


 
 

ARTS & CULTURE

NATIONAL SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL & MUSEUM
180 Greenwich Street between Vesey and Liberty Streets
A memorial and museum honoring the victims of the World Trade Center attacks.

REGAL CINEMAS
102 North End Avenue between Murray and Vesey Streets. 

HAL BROMM GALLERY
90 West Broadway between Chambers and Warren Streets
Tribeca’s first contemporary art gallery which introduced Keith Haring, David Salle and Robert Longo.

THE ROOFTOP AT PIER 17
89 South Street between Fulton and Beekman Streets
Outdoor, rooftop concert and entertainment venue.

MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE
36 Battery Place
Exhibits & public programs on Jewish history, life & culture in the 20th & 21st centuries.

iPIC THEATRE
11 Fulton Street, between South and Front Streets
iPic is an affordable luxury movie viewing experience bringing customers the highest level of comfort and service by offering in-theater dining.


 
 

HEALTH & WELLNESS

BATTERY PARK
Historic park with Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty views & ferry service

CITY HALL PARK
Broadway Park Row and Chambers Street
Greenspace offering a respite from nearby government buildings with lawns, benches & a fountain.

IMAGINATION PLAYGROUND
2 Fulton Street between Front Street and FDR Drive
Children’s Playground with Sand, Water, Blocks, Mats and More.

NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER
River Terrace
Bustling area features spacious lawns, gardens, public artwork, a playground & seasonal parkhouse.

HUDSON RIVER PARK
Hudson River Greenway at West Street
550-acre greenspace on the shores of the Hudson with multiple activities & a 5-mile bike path.

SOULCYCLE
103 Warren Street between Greenwich and West Streets
Indoor cycling reinvented.

BROOKLYN BRIDGE RUNNING PATH
Walk or bike this beloved, circa-1883 landmark connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn via soaring cables and solid stone.

EQUINOX
14 Wall Street, between Broadway and Nassau Street

CROSSFIT WALL STREET
60 New Street between Beaver Street and Exchange Place

BARI STUDIO
23 Leonard Street between Hudson and Varick Streets

AIRE ANCIENT BATHS
88 Franklin Street between Church Street and Broadway
Reviving the ancient Greek and Roman bath traditions with temperature contrast and massage.

PURE BARRE
80 Pine Street between Water and Pearl Streets
Popular ballet-based exercise

18|8 FINE MEN’S SALON
20 Pine Street between William and Nassau Streets

SETAI CLUB AND SPA WALL STREET
40 Broad Street, between Exchange Place and Beaver Street
Private sanctuary devoted to rejuvenation and well-being

BLACK LABEL SALON
43 Exchange Place between William and Broad Streets

DRY BAR
230 Vesey Street at Brookfield Place

PHYSIQUE 57
55 Broadway between Morris Street and Exchange Alley
Body-sculpting barre workouts with light weights.


 
 

HOTELS

ANDAZ WALL STREET
75 Wall Street at Water Street
Sleek high-rise hotel offering a spa, loft-style accommodations and a court-yard beer garden.

THE BEEKMAN
5 Beekman Street at Nassau Street Luxury
Lower Manhattan hotel rooms and suites with high ceilings and be-spoke and vintage furnishings.

CONRAD NEW YORK
102 North End Avenue at Murray Street
Sophisticated luxury hotel featuring modern suites, an atrium lobby and a seasonal rooftop lounge.

THE WAGNER
2 West Street between Battery Place and 1 Plaza
High-end lodging featuring harbor and city views, plus an American restaurant and a spa.

W NEW YORK
123 Washington Street between Albany and Carlisle Streets
Contemporary hotel offering an up-scale spa, plus a stylish restaurant and a cocktail lounge.


NEIGHBORHOOD NECESSITIES

RETAIL

OCULUS, WESTFIELD WORLD TRADE CENTER
21 Dey Street, at Church Street
More than a retail destination, West-field World Trade Center will be the port of entry to Lower Manhattan. It will bring together commerce and culture and contribute to the revitalization of this exceptionally fast-growing community.

BROOKFIELD PLACE
230 Vesey Street, at West Street
Towering waterfront office complex offering shopping, dining & seasonal ice-skating, plus special events.

PHARMACY

CVS
129 Fulton Street at Nassau Street

DUANE READE
95 Wall Street between Front and Water Streets
40 Wall Street between Nassau and William Streets

MARKETS

EATALY DOWNTOWN
101 Liberty Street, between Church and Greenwich Streets

FULTON MARKET
55 Fulton Street at Cliff Street

LE DISTRICT
225 Liberty Street at West Street

WHOLE FOODS
270 Greenwich Street at Warren Street

ZEYTUNA
59 Maiden Lane between William and Nassau Streets

ATM

CHASE
45 Wall Street, near William Street

CITIBANK
111 Wall Street, between South and Front Streets

BANK OF AMERICA
175 Water Street, at John Street

PETS

FETCH CLUB
85 South Street between John and Fletcher Streets

PAWS ON PINE
20 Pine Street at Nassau Street

THE SEAPORT PAW
38 Peck Slip between Front and South Streets

THE BIG CITY WOOF WALKER
38 Peck Slip

BISCUITS & BATHS
71 Broadway at the corner of Trinity Place and Rector Street

HOSPITAL

NEW YORK PRESBYTERIAN LOWER MANHATTAN
170 William Street between Spruce and Beekman Streets

MEDHATTAN IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE
106 Liberty Street between Greenwich Street and Liberty Place

WINE

FINANCIAL DISTRICT WINE & SPIRITS
120 Nassau Street between Anne and Beekman Streets

PASANELLAS & SON VINTNERS
115 South Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip
*10% off all orders

ROSETTA WINES
40 Exchange Place, at William Street

ROYAL WINE MERCHANTS
13 South William Street between Hanover Square and Broad Street

POST OFFICE

USPS
1 Hanover Street at Beaver Street
M-F: 10am to 6pm, Sat & Sun: Closed

USPS
114 John Street between Cliff and Pearl Streets
M-F: 9am – 5pm, S: 9am – 4pm


TRANSPORTATION

2 & 3 TRAINS
Wall Street and William Street
Access to TriBeCa, SoHo, the Garment District, Times Square, the Lincoln Center, the Upper West Side

R & W TRAINS
Rector Street and Trinity Place
Access to Downtown Brooklyn, Park Slope, City Hall, NYU, the Theater District

4 & 5 TRAINS
Wall Street and Broadway
Access to the Lower East Side, Union Square, Grand Central Station, the Upper East Side, Yankee Stadium

A & C TRAINS
Fulton Street between Nassau Street and Broadway
Access to Penn Station, the Port Authority, Javits Center, Central Park West, the American Museum of Natural History

PIER 11/WALL STREET FERRIES
Access to Governor's Island, Staten Island, Jersey City, Jersey Shore


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