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Kevin from New York City asked

What to do on a night out in the Financial District?

Will soon be moving offices to the Financial District, and wanted to know the best way to spend a Friday night there. 

And I DON'T mean the kind of places where business dinners are happening. More laid back and less expensive.

New York City

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Breanna from Los Angeles

Fraunces Tavern is pretty laid back and awesome - it's actually the oldest building in the city with George Washington as one of it's most famous patrons.

Stone St is another one of my favorites in that area. Taverns line the street and in the summer you can hang outside in the rows of picnic tables. Check out Ulysses A Folk House when you go.

Hope that helps!


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Rocio from Costa Rica

Hello Kevin! There are a few nice places in the Financial District. 

STK Downtown, The Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar, PH-D Rooftop Lounge and Plunge Rooftop Bar and Lounge!

Hope this helps!


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Scott from San Francisco

Fidi is so close to the Village, and Tribeca that it opens up a world of possibilities.  Momofuku Ssam BarMomofuku Noodle BarBalthazarPerry StMighty Quinn's BarbequeMotorinoBabboLupa.  


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