A street full of restaurants and pubs. Worth visiting if you have been to pier 11, Staten Island ferry or battery park. Open air until about 1030pm when the tables get cleared away.
About Stone Street Historic District
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Stone street is one of the oldest streets in NY and still has cobblestones. There are tons of bars and restaurants the line both sides of the street and cater to any flavor. My favorites are Ulysses and the Dubliner, it just about everywhere has...More
The Stone Street Historic District, consisting of maybe fifteen buildings and dating in large parts to the late 1830s, is characterized by a rare surviving cluster of early nineteenth-century commercial structures which are complemented by several nice to look at early twentieth-century buildings. The low-rise...More
Although this street is only a couple of blocks long, the flavor is distinctly European. The street is completely covered with tables and chairs of bars and restaurants lining both sides of the street.
Several great places to eat. Historic Fraunces Tavern a block away. Get to walk thej streets from early in NYC lower Manhattan history
With the streets full of communal benches, you find a space and are immediately given a menu. Great food and beer and an even better atmosphere in this small, old-fashioned street; I strongly recommend this as a place for a thoroughly enjoyable dinner experience.
Lovely be coming to this cobble stoned bless close. From May to October the restaurants put out picnic tables. To attract passerby to have a brew and she me lunch or afternoon nibbles There are so many places to choose and most of gem have...More
Stone Street is a great place to hang out after work, grab a drink or dinner. You'll find this is where the locals go especially in the summer.
Don't get me wrong, I thought this was really cool. I loved the history, the cobble stone street, the historic buildings but in February there is not much to do. Just a walk through. I can't wait to go back during the summer to sit...More