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Lower Manhattan Restaurants $$$

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Sequoia, 10038 Peck Slip
Pier 17, South Street Seaport  - (Fulton Street & East River) - New York, NY   10038
   
http://www.arkrestaurants.com/sequoia.html

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Breathtaking harbor and city skyline views complement Sequoia’s savory seafood menu and wooded nautical décor. During the warmer months enjoy delicious food at an outdoor table on the terrace. Sequoia offers three nautically – designed private dining rooms for special occasions featuring spectacular views of historic ships and the waterfront.
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Bobby Van's Steakhouse, 10005 Wall Street
25 Broad Street  - Financial District - New York, NY   10005
 
http://bobbyvans.com

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Bobby Van's Steakhouse and Grill located across from the New York Stock Exchange uses the original 1898 structure to create lush and evocative dining rooms filled with dark wood, cream-colored walls and beautiful chandeliers. Pass through the glass entrance of the steakhouse into the grand dining room with 20' ceilings to face a gorgeous 20-foot bar and a floor-to-ceiling wall of wine and liquor. Dine under the soft lighting of the grand chandeliers and enjoy succulent 28-day dry-aged prime steaks and the freshest seafood.
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Fraunces Tavern Restaurant, 10004 Bowling Green
54 Pearl Street - New York, NY   10004
 
http://www.frauncestavern.com/

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In 1762 an enterprising and ambitious innkeeper named Samuel Fraunces purchased a three-story brick mansion which had been built on one of Manhattan Island’s first landfills. Under Samuel Fraunces’ proprietorship the building became a well-known gathering place - - - a place for friends and strangers to meet, mingle and share a drink. But Mr. Fraunces tavern was frequented by the leaders of a revolution and thus became more than just a local watering hole.