A good spot for lunch in the FiDi. At $6-10 each, the tacos here are expensive, but one of them should be enough - you get free chips with your order, and there’s a salsa bar you can make use of as well. If you’re really hungry, spring for the carnitas plate. Sit outside on a nice day, or grab a table upstairs.
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Leo’s Oyster Bar
Leo’s Oyster Bar involves pricey, but tasty seafood in an ’80s power yacht come to life. Obviously it’s in the Financial District.
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Marengo on the Alley
Marengo on the Alley is a restaurant that serves sliders and cocktails in the Financial District. Good for a quick bit and drinks after work.
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