22 "Financial District" Restaurants in New York.
When it comes to FiDi, Augustine is pretty much as good as it gets. Think Balthazar, but for bankers, and with somewhat better food.
Fish Market is a rowdy neighborhood bar in the South Street Seaport that has excellent Chinese and Malaysian food and a cult-like following.
Pier A Harbor House is one of the best dining al fresco restaurants in NYC, complete with a view of the Statue Of Liberty and a massive outdoor/patio situation.
Once you get past the prices, the burgers at Zaitzeff are pretty damn enjoyable. While it's not our favorite spot, you could certainly do worse for yourself in the Financial District.
Beaubourg, the restaurant at Brookfield Place inside the French marketplace Le District, is easily forgettable and should generally be avoided.
With a couple of locations around the city, Luke’s Lobster is a casual spot to grab a good, simple lobster roll.
Hudson Eats is a massive food hall on the western side of the Financial District where it would be hard not to find something for your weekday lunch.
Adrienne’s Pizza Bar serves large pies on Stone Street in FiDi, with outdoor and indoor areas if you’re looking for more than just a slice or two.
Gigino at Wagner Park has a big outdoor space and classic Italian food that feels more refined than a lot of other places on the edge of FiDi.
Leo’s Bagels arguably has some of the best bagels in the city and their egg and cheese sandwich will make your FiDi mornings better.
Felice is an Italian restaurant and wine bar that’s a better choice than most other casual weeknight spots in FiDi.
Pisillo is one of the best places to get huge, Italian sandwiches in Manhattan and makes for great delivery if you spend time in FiDi.
The Shake Shack in FiDi might as well be Goldman Sachs’ company cafeteria because it’s essentially right next door and full of suits eating burgers.
The FiDi P.J. Clarke’s is pretty much the same burger place as the other locations, but this one has great outdoor seating with a view of the Hudson.
Brookfield Place has a Parm, which means FiDi people don’t have to head uptown to get the casual Italian they already know they like.