Situated at the southern tip of Manhattan the Financial District, colloquially referred to as FiDi, is a leading international financial capital, and also one of the New York's oldest neighborhoods.
Bordered by Tribeca, Chinatown, the Lower East Side, and Battery City the neighborhood is bustling during business hours, and romantically quiet at night.
Enjoy modern glass architecture and historic cobblestone wandering through a neighborhood that simultaneously embodies New York's historic charm and constantly progressing future.
Grab a photo:
Charging Bull, Arturo Di Modica August 1989
Rose III, Isa Genzken, September 2018
Hidden Dreams, Brolga, June 2018
Grab a drink:
Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl St.)
Opened in 1762 by Samuel Fraunces, this colonial structure dates to the early 18th century and has withstood the test of time to serve such legendary patrons as John Adams, George Washington, and your local finance bro.
Today, the drinking hole matured to a museum a fine dining experience and multiple bars. Expect enough lager to feel transported to Dubin, craft whiskey, and live traditional Irish music.
Vintry Wine and Whiskey (57 Stone St.)
A bar where everyone is happy, Vintry Wine and Whiskey offers a bespoke curation inventive cocktails, top-flight international whiskeys, and vino.
Pair your delightful sips with indulgent Chianti-braised meatballs, if you can't hang too late brunch will rock you to a nice typsy via the Bloody Redemption and Bloody Maria and Eggs Benedict.
Grab a bite:
Hole in the Wall (15 Cliff St.)