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7.5 out of 10

Stone St, Financial District

Ranked 4th best street in Financial District
40.7041736226163 -74.0106329061953
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"At home on Stone"

Vastly different from it's neighboring Streets Stone Street is a really relaxing atmosphere. If you are looking for a pub where you feel very at home Stone Street has it as well as some great classic eateries as well. There is a super friendly and small town vibe to the area and you feel very at home as soon as you are on the street. It is a must stop for people visiting.

"A whole different world"

Stepping onto Stone Street is like stepping out of the city. It's quaint street filled with great places to stop by. There are lots of great restaurants and the Stone Street Tavern is a nice hidden gem. Walking down the street is enjoyable in and of itself. The stone paved streets and brick buildings are really beautiful in their own way and it's a step out of the normal tar-paved roads and skyscrapers of Manhattan. Adrienne's Pizza Bar is also a great stop. If you happen by Stone Street during brunch you'll be pleasantly surprised. Some of the greatest brunch fare can be found on this small and charming street.

"Stone Street New York's Land That Time Forgot"

I am always looking around for streets or areas in large metropolitan areas that seem untouched by the hands of time. Little Stone Street is one of these untouched places. Stone Street is located between Coenties Alley and Hanover Square. Stone Street is found on the oldest exsisting maps of lower mahattan. It was named Stone Street in 1656 because it was the first stone paved thoroughfare in manhattan. Most of the buildings on Stone Street date to 1836 when massive rebuilding occured after a devastating fire in 1835. None of the buiding on Stone Street date later than the 1920's. Take a moment to visit Stone Street and imagine what New York was like in the good old days.

Unranked Streets in Financial District

Barclay St

"Short Street near Ground Zero"
40.7142090015849 -74.0129334975658

Greenwich St

"Loud and crowded . . but cool buildings."
40.7054835003639 -74.0146605029215

Ann St

"Used to be wild; now its wearing a business suit"
40.7102455017761 -74.0067334967906

Beaver St

"Loads of old buildings but not much to do. "
40.7050812912606 -74.0108588954744
"A tunnel entrance (exactly how it sounds)"
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Brooklyn Brg

"Great Bridge with an ugly entrance area"
40.7082496596258 -73.9994917861152

Carlisle St

"Give Carlisle Street a Few Years and it will Come Back to Life"
40.7090740145221 -74.0140472842191

Exchange Aly

"A block of offices"
40.7069570008137 -74.0129409987697

Liberty St

"Financial new and old"
40.7094970370062 -74.0112727958873

Maiden Ln

"One of the more happening streets in Fidi"
40.7080881858846 -74.0080952346386

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