Stone Street Tavern

Restaurants, Gastropubs Financial District
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Stone Street Tavern

Brokers’ fresh-pressed shirts and shiny leather shoes rule at this downtown alehouse, located on a quaint cobblestone block in the Financial District. After the markets close, the weathered wood floors get further scuffed by martini sippers and Coors Light chuggers, whose boisterous gabbing competes with a circa-1996 soundtrack (hello, Cranberries!). Later on, the bar evolves into a serene spot to grab a pint or lofty pub eats like Parmesan-crusted fries and a beer-battered grouper sandwich with tartar sauce.


Venue name: Stone Street Tavern
Address: 52 Stone St
New York
Cross street: between Coenties Alley and William St
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11:30am–10:30pm; Sat, Sun 11am–2:30am
Transport: Subway: J, M, Z to Broad St; 2, 3 to Wall St
Price: Average drink: $8. AmEx, MC, V
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3.7 / 5

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Went to the Stone Street Tavern to eat dinner before riding the Sea Carousel and we weren't disappointed. It's located on a pretty busy street with many restaruants that have outdoor seating so we were walking through the sea of people that are drinking and chatting the night away. Inside was no different. Luckily, we got seated in the back so it was a little less noisey but my friends and I still had to yell a bit to hear each other over the music. That was pretty offputting. I mean, I understand having music playing, but I would think more so as background so that people can talk and actually understand what the other person is saying. The food was good tho. We ordered the truffle arancini ( I love both truffle and arancini so that was a no brainer) and the salmon. I thought both were delicious and just what I needed after a long flight. They had bar food too, but the selection for dinner was great!


Stone Street is a tricky place - one of the most fun areas to be around for happy hour for example, yet the food leaves much to be desired. Stone Street Tavern is aptly named, as it represents stone street to the t.

Happy Hour? Please stop bye - nice beer selection, full bar, friendly bartenders. and it's not as popular as the other bars in the block so you can easily find a spot. They also play sports, and ALL soccer games, which is a nice treat and so so so hard to find.

Food? Go elsewhere. It's not good bar food, and it's extremely overpriced.

Pretty straight forward, nothing great, nothing awful. 3 Stars.

Showed up with a party of 6 on a Monday night for after-work apps and drinks, and I'm glad I did!

We were promptly seated and served the first round - while I was feeling nostalgic and ordered a Sam Adams, my companions opted for some more intricate cocktails. The bartender knows how to make a mean Old Fashioned. The waitstaff seemed to be knowledgeable about the menu selections.

Our waitress was very personable and made it a point to learn everyone's name at the table which was kind of cool and extra-mileish. She also recommended the apps - brussel sprouts; asparagus (with truffle oil); and the beets, goat cheese, toasted pretzels dish. Everything was delectable and our group seemed to be happy with the order.

The music selection here is interesting - Salt'n Peppa, NERD, 50 Cent, Ciara, Britney... Definitely unusual for this type of a bar, but also welcome.