When You Need a Drink, Visit One of These Wall Street Bars
Wall Street is the financial district of New York. However, you can also get some tasty and thirst-quenching alcoholic beverages from 7 of the bars located along the strip.
Wall Street is where money-makers go to trade stocks and conduct large business investments. Whether you work on Wall Street or are just spending the day in this iconic part of NYC, hunger and thirst are sure to set in; you're going to need to some great food and drinks! These seven bars in the Financial District are sure to satisfy those needs.
1. The Iron Horse NYC
The Iron Horse NYC is a seven-year-old bar and restaurant that provides lots of fun and entertainment for its patrons. Located a few minutes from South Street Seaport, you can get great food and drinks intertwined with lots of action from their extremely agile and hard-working all-female bartenders.
The fun turns up when the girls dance on the bar, hula hoop, and swing around from the ceiling! The amenities provided include a photo booth, pool table, bike and car parking, phone and tablet recharge outlets, and television.
Come on down anytime you wish as they do not take reservations. The Iron Horse NYC is perfect for groups who love loud juke box music and a bar with lots of alcohol. Stay for their happy hour or come on the best nights: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. You even get a free hot dog or burger with every $3 drink purchase (Sundays until 10 pm). The Iron Horse NYC is surely a great place to have nighttime fun in the Financial District.
No smoking is allowed. Wheelchair access is not provided. Animals are not allowed. Your coat will be checked before being allowed entry to the bar.
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4am
Sunday: 12pm - 4am
Address: 32 Cliff Street, New York, NY 10038
Phone: (646) 546-5426
2. The Dead Rabbit
If you want to add a little Irish flavor to your nighttime bar excursion and entertainment, you must hop on over to The Dead Rabbit. This upstairs and downstairs establishment offers loads of food and drinks for you and your friends. The Taproom, located on the ground floor, sets the mood for a great evening by offering bottled punch, craft beer, and different varieties of whiskeys. Also, you can get mixed drinks, bottled punch, highballs, and boilermakers.
The Parlor, located upstairs, appeals to your culinary needs by offering tasty small plates along with a selection of over 70 cocktails. You can also get other spirits, wines, and mixed drinks from the Parlor. The food menu is also very diverse. You can try a daily special, one made for each day of the week, for between $15 and $27. The Dead Rabbit also has a shop where you can purchase prints, Irish ground coffee, and pendants. A fun and memorable time awaits you at The Dead Rabbit.
Monday - Sunday: 11am - 4am
Address: 30 Water Street, New York, NY 10004
Phone: (646) 422-7906
3. White Horse Tavern - Financial District
Described as an "old school divey bar" by a customer, White Horse Tavern - Financial District is one of those bars where you can get great-tasting food and superb drinks at ridiculously low prices and with great service. Inside tends to get filled pretty quickly, so you must try to arrive early since they do not take reservations. This joint is perfect for happy hour Mondays to Fridays between 5 pm and 8 pm. You also get gin and rum drinks for $3 to $4 all day. Budweiser, Blue Moon, Guinness, and Stella Artois lovers can have their fill while "liming" with friends.
To quell your hunger pains, you can munch on a burger, grilled cheese with tomato sandwich, or pork roast with fries. Amenities include street parking, juke box music, television, and full alcohol bar. White Horse Tavern - Financial District is an excellent venue for groups who are casually attired and need late night fun and food. It is not a child-friendly bar, smoking is not allowed, and there are no outdoor seats. If you are on Bridge Street and need a strong drink and some food, White Horse Tavern - Financial District is awaiting your patronage.
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 1am
Address: 25 Bridge Street, New York, NY 10004
Phone: (212) 668-9046
4. Jeremy's Ale House
Jeremy's Ale House began as a sandwich and beer shop way back in 1974. These days it sells cold 32-ounce beers and fresh seafood, a combination that it has become famous for. You can get grilled seafood like calamari and salmon steak, fried seafood like crab cakes and fish and chips, as well as teriyaki or buffalo chicken wings, along with appetizers like seafood chowder and mozzarella sticks.
Some people visit Jeremy's for brunch items like the bagel deluxe or tater pie. All foods are cooked to order. The beer selection includes Mike's Hard Cranberry, Heineken, and Magners. Special events occur from time to time, so keep checking their website for the schedule.
While not as hip as other bars in the area, you and your friends can still have lots of fun on your night out at Jeremy's Ale House. With plenty of beer and good food, you can eat and drink the night away! Stop by to experience what makes Jeremy's different from the rest.
Monday - Friday: 8am - 12am
Saturday: 10am - 12am
Sunday: 12pm - 12am
Address; 228 Front Street, New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 964-3537
5. Clinton Hall
Clinton Hall is a bar that features lots of original creations. If you're tired of the same old food and drink, head on over to Clinton Hall. The establishment features 20 burger offerings you can't get anywhere else, and these are perfectly paired with 20 equally unique beer drafts.
Try their spicy jalapeño and chili, skillet macaroni and cheese, or scallion and cheddar waffle fries. If you're inclined to have a drink, you'll enjoy lager beers from around the world in addition to 20 home-made ciders and drafts beers. Enjoy your food and drinks under the covered exquisite dining area. Play table tennis with friends to relieve some stress. Sit at the bar and laugh the night away. Upcoming events are also a treat you will enjoy.
Clinton Hall is the perfect place for your private and business events and meetings. Stop by when next you are in the area to have some fun and great food complemented by home-made beers.
Sunday - Wednesday: 11:30am - 12am
Thursday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2am
Address: 90 Washington Street, New York, NY 10006
Phone: (212) 363-6000
6. Vintry Wine and Whiskey
Vintry Wine and Whiskey has a classy ambiance that helps you relax and forget the day's cares. This 2009 establishment offers various wines, whiskeys, cocktails, and craft beers to calm your nerves. If you are a wine connoisseur, Vintry will be a sipping heaven to you. Enjoy French, Italian, and Spanish cuisine that will have you licking your fingers. For brunch, try Vintry's barrel brunch that features an hour and a half of unlimited brunch cocktails and house wines with brunch orders of $20 per person.
For lunch, try the Kobe beef burger, gruyère cheese, and wild mushrooms. Dinner will be memorable once you taste the wild boar spare ribs in black cherry bbq sauce. Try the Thunderball cocktail made with Dolin blanc, rosemary, belvedere vodka, glenmorangie 10-year single malt, lemon, and angostura. Some useful amenities that are available include street parking, bike parking, outdoor seating, full alcohol bar, and wheelchair access. Enjoy background music as you mingle with old and new friends.
Smoking is not allowed. Dogs are not allowed. Your coat will be checked before entry. Include Vintry Wine and Whiskey on your list of must-visit bars when you are in the Financial District.
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 2am
Friday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4am
Sunday: 11:30am - 1am
Address: 57 Stone Street, New York, NY 10004
Phone: (212) 480-9800
7. Murphy’s Tavern
If you are looking for a traditional American bar, Murphy’s Tavern is the place to visit. Their menu selections are as diverse as the cocktails, beers and spirits they sell. You can get appetizers, wraps, burgers, sandwiches, and scrumptious entrees. A good lunchtime meal could consist of a buffalo chicken wrap, large fries, a turkey slider, chicken fingers, and blackout brew cocktail.
If you're passing through late in the night, you could consider partaking of the hot honey bbq chicken wings along with popcorn shrimp and soft pretzel sticks - have a pina colada to wash it down! You could also try the daily specials if you are unsure what to order. There are plenty of beers to choose from if you simply want to have a few drinks with your friends. From Corona to Amstel Light to Bud Light to Magner's Irish Cider, there is a drink there for everyone. Murphy's Tavern will surely make the night enjoyable and fun for all their patrons.
You can make reservations ahead of time. This venue is great for late night rendezvous and group outings. Street parking is available, as well as wheelchair access. You can even watch television while surfing the Internet with free Wi-Fi.
Monday - Wednesday: 11:30am - 2am
Thursday - Friday: 11:30am - 4am
Saturday: 11:30am - 3am
Sunday: 11:30am - 2am
Address: 6 Stone Street, New York, NY 10004
Phone: (212) 425-1700
Working on Wall Street can take its toll. It's such a hectic part of NYC that even visitors and tourists will need a way to destress at the end of the day. Take a few minutes (or a few hours) to get a good drink and some one-of-a-kind foods at one of the Wall Street bars on this list.
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