Tucked away beneath the Brooklyn Bridge in the historic South Street Seaport, this hidden gem is actually one of NYC’s oldest pubs. An ornate Victorian bar—restored since the restaurant was damaged in Hurricane Sandy—sets the cozy, old–world mood. Bar snacks and sides, like kettle corn, chicken fingers, fries and sliders, are perfectly kid–sized, while the full menu features traditional Irish dishes like lamb and Guinness stew alongside crowd–pleasing classics like roast chicken and BLTs.
|Venue name:||The Paris Cafe|
119 South St
|Cross street:||Peck Slip|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sun 11am–4am|
|Transport:||Subway: 2,3 to Fulton St|
|Price:||Bar snacks and appetizers $6–$14. Burgers and sandwiches $9–$13.|