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Fraunces Tavern

Built in the 1760’s this historic NYC Landmark is a site on the Freedom Trail. Serving up Colonial and modern American fare this is a must see for history buffs and foodies alike.

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Food Court at Brookfield Place

Dining options include Hudson Eats, a curated collection of 14 chef-driven fast-casual eateries; Le District, a 30,000-square-foot French-inspired marketplace; and eight signature restaurants including L'Atelier, Amada and Parm.

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South Street Seaport District

One of the oldest neighborhoods is now one of the newest culinary hubs of lower Manhattan. Dine along charming cobblestone streets at some of the freshest most innovative restaurants on the scene.

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Westfield at World Trade Center

Westfield is not only a popular shopping destination; it also houses some of the best grub in New York City including Eataly, Shake Shack, Lobster Press, and much more!

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