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Stone Street Historic District, New York City
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  • Stone Street is definitely a must-see if you're in lower Manhattan. The short street has lots of character, from historic buildings, friendly locals, and outdoor seating. The restaurants and bars are ...  more »
  • Enjoyed an afternoon exploring the area and local pubs. Lots of characater, friendly locals, lots of history. A hidden gem at the end of Manhatten. 
  • Not far from Wall Street, (not directly opposite the Museum of the American Indian, and the deeper you want to crawl a bleak high-rise with columns to the left or right and go a little further) there is a small, paved with stone, cozy lane with restaurants, which expose the tables out on the street. Street purely pedestrian. Their views it more reminiscent of Temple Bar in Dublin, with its many pubs. If you walk along the lower Manhattan, there's a good idea to have a snack, if you find a place. Though there are a lot of people, and there are always a lot too.
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