Stone Street in NYC: Restaurants and Bars
Note: Each listed establishment is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner (most also offer weekend brunch)
The Dubliner is a replica of a classic Irish pub with traditional pub fare, full bar, lots of indoor space, and outdoor tables in the summer.
The Cauldron (formerly Bavaria Bierhaus)
Tired of other people making your drinks for you? Book tickets for the Cauldron NYC — a nearly two-hour “magical mixology” course and tasting experience. You’ll even get a robe and a magic wand!I
Route 66 Smoke House
If you’re in the mood for good BBQ and cold craft beer, Route 66 Smoke House is the place for you. Cool off inside or enjoy an outdoor meal on communal tables. Route 66 applies an “all-American” theme to their bar menu by featuring only American whiskey and craft beer.
Stone Street Tavern
Burgers, beer, wine, rustic wooden décor, and outdoor seating. There are also multiple TV screens with the day’s important games on.
Adrienne’s is the best place for pizza Downtown. Enjoy thin-crust brick oven pizza made to order in an inviting and upscale setting. Adrienne’s also offers salads and some baked classics like lasagna and eggplant parmesan. Pair it with a glass of wine or a cold beer. Outdoor seating is available in the summer months.
Vintry Wine & Whiskey
Wine and whiskey lovers rejoice! This intimate dimly lit bar & restaurant features an impressive list of wines and whiskeys from around the world, as well as craft beer and specialty cocktails. The food menu focuses on tapas-style small plates with a heavy Spanish, Italian, and French influence.
Underdog is a popular, dimly lit cocktail bar spinning great tunes and serving craft beer and great cocktails, along with a wide variety of bar food — from salads and sandwiches to burgers and lo-mein. Grab a stool at the long bar or a table for larger groups.
Ulysses’ – A Folk House
The first pub to open on Stone Street in 2003, Ulysses’ has become a Financial District (“FiDi”) staple. Office workers enjoying happy hour and neighborhood locals looking for a good drink and a bite to eat make this a bustling destination for beer, wine, cocktails, and an impressive food menu that includes a raw bar. So whether you’re clamoring for clams, oysters, a gyro sandwich, or a juicy burger, Ulysses’ has you covered.
Enjoy the outdoor seating if you can find a spot on the long communal tables.
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