New York’s historic Stone Street in the Financial District is a very popular nightlife destination, featuring a variety of bars & restaurants with outdoor seating during the warmer months.
In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people”, we present our MurphGuide Directory of the bars of Stone Street.
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83 Pearl St. / 50 Stone St.
New York, NY
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The Bars of Stone Street:
Adrienne’s Pizza Bar: 54 Stone St. (between William & Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 248-3838
Pizza restaurant noted for their rectangular pies.
Bavaria Bier Haus: 19 S. William St. (between Beaver St. & Mill Lane) New York, NY. (212) 480-8142
Bi-level German bier hall with sidewalk seating on Stone St.
Beckett’s Bar & Grill: 81 Pearl St. /48 Stone St. (between Hanover Sq. & Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 269-1001
Sports bar & grill w/ over 20 TVs
Blue Bar at India House Club: 1 Hanover Square (between Pearl & Stone St.) New York, NY. (212) 514-9454
India House is a private club, but The Blue Bar, on the 1st floor, is open to the public.
The Dubliner: 45 Stone St. (Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 785-5400
Irish pub with outdoor seating on Stone St.
The Growler: 55 Stone St. (Mill Lane) New York, NY. (917) 409-0251
Canine themed craft beer bar & restaurant
Harry’s Café: 1 Hanover Square (between Pearl & Stone St.) New York, NY. (212) 785-9200
Iconic NY restaurant & bar in a national historic landmark building. A Wall Street Institution
Mad Dog & Beans: 50 Stone St. / 83 Pearl St. New York, NY. (212) 269-1177
Casual-upscale Mexican restaurant & bar featuring a traditional menu and sidewalk seating on Stone St.
Route 66: 46 Stone St. / 79 Pearl St. (between Hanover & Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 943-1602
2-story BBQ restaurant & bar featuring American whiskies and craft beer
Stone Street Tavern: 52 Stone St. (between William & Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 425-3663
Tavern offering comfort food and craft beer
Ulysses’: 58 Stone St. / 95 Pearl St. (Hanover Square) New York, NY. (212) 482-0400
Irish & Greek culture combine in a pub named after the famous Irish novel written by James Joyce, which parallels the Greek classic.
The Underdog: 55 Stone St. (Mill Lane) (below The Growler) New York, NY. (917) 409-0251
Intimate cocktail bar located beneath The Growler
Vintry Wine & Whiskey: 57 Stone St. (between Mill Lane & Coentis Alley) New York, NY. (212) 480-9800
Featuring great wines, hand-crafted cocktails, whiskeys from around the world and craft beer.
Fraunces Tavern: 54 Pearl St. (Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 968-1776
The Porterhouse is a craft beer bar located at the historic Fraunces Tavern. Building dates back to the 1700s.
Broadstone: 88 Broad St. (Stone St.) New York, NY. (646) 951-3044
3-story bar & restaurant from the Pig n Whistle group
The Dead Rabbit: 30 Water St. (between Broad St. & Coenties Slip) New York, NY. (646) 422-7906
19th century style cocktail bar voted “The Word’s Best Bar” in 2016
Delmonico’s: 56 Beaver St. (Williams St.) New York, NY. (212) 509-1144
Historic NYC steakhouse, oldest restaurant in NYC.
The Full Shilling: 160 Pearl St. (Wall St.) New York, NY. (212) 422-FULL
Irish bar & restaurant
Killarney Rose: 127 Pearl St. /80 Beaver St. (Hanover St.) New York, NY. (212) 422-1486
Two story Irish pub & restaurant since 1968
Nebraska: 15 Stone St. (between Broad St. & Whitehall St.) New York, NY. (212) 952-0620
contemporary New York steakhouse
Shorty’s: 62 Pearl St. (between Broad St. & Coentis Slip) New York, NY. (212) 480-3900
Sports bar & restaurant featuring authentic Philly cheesesteaks.
White Horse Tavern & Restaurant: 25 Bridge St. (between Whitehall & Broad St.) New York, NY. (212) 668-9046
family owned Irish pub & tavern