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New York's Financial District is perhaps the commercial capital of the United States. Home to the New York Stock Exchange, financial professionals fill the streets during business hours, but the neighborhood empties significantly at night. Restaurants in the Financial District cater mainly to busy professionals during the day—think quick lunches and lots of coffee. It's not exactly a date night neighborhood, but there are great meals to be had on the southern end of Manhattan. Use our list of New York restaurants to find your next meal in the Financial District.

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The Financial District was the first developed part of New York. Dining options here include some historic establishments, like Fraunces Tavern, where General Washington said goodbye to his troops after Revolutionary War victory. Bridge Cafe, in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, is the oldest surviving saloon in New York. It once operated as a brothel and is rumored to be haunted. For a true Wall Street dining experience, try swanky Bayard's. It's where the successful banker types go after the markets close for high end seafood on weekdays. Not technically part of the Financial District, the historic South Street Seaport neighborhood is directly adjacent, and where you'll find some of the best seafood restaurants in New York. Sit outside for views of the water, Brooklyn Bridge, and the bustle of activity around Wall Street.

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