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  • People also say (860 tips):

    • jansen c.
      jansen c: "Give yourself at least three hours for this, it is an amazing museum and worth reading the details of the event. They have tissue paper inside each auditorium just in case if you feel emotional.."
  • 9.1

    Voyager Espresso

    Coffee Shop 110 William St New York, NY

    People also say (47 tips):

    • James B.
      James Brown: "The Latte made with in-shop made Almond Macdamia nut milk is amazing. I have nothing like it. I love this place."
  • 9.4

    The Dead Rabbit

    Cocktail Bar 30 Water St New York, NY

    People also say (377 tips):

    • Village Voice
      Village Voice: "Come Sunday morning, you have a choice: You could go find a delicate brunch, supplemented by bottomless mimosas, or you could knife into a slab of beef and use it to soak up your breakfast Guinness."
  • 9.4

    The Bar Room at the Beekman Hotel

    Hotel Bar 123 Nassau St New York, NY

    People also say (11 tips):

    • Avin N.
      Avin Narasimhan: "Amazing space. Love the atrium above the bar. Menu is old-times to match decor and music. Great beer selection and cocktail list. Tables can only be reserved in person, so you'll wait for a few"
  • 9.3

    Pisillo Italian Panini

    Sandwich Place 97 Nassau St New York, NY

    People also say (73 tips):

    • Jenna O.
      Jenna Odett: "Definitely best sandwiches in FiDi, easily split for 2 people, cash only. Authentic Italian lunch spot."
  • 9.3

    GoGo Grill

    Food Truck Broadway New York, NY

    People also say (42 tips):

    • New York Post
      New York Post: "This food truck usually parks in Bowling Green and specializes in burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, and kale salad. Their falafel is always in high demand so definitely try that if it's available."

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  • 9.5

    One World Trade Center

    Building 1 World Trade Ctr New York, NY

    People also say (279 tips):

      HISTORY: "The trade center's twin 110-story towers, the planet's tallest buildings when they officially opened in 1973, were destroyed in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the U.S."
    • Naohiro W.
      Naohiro Watanabe: "On Sep 11th 2013, New York marked the 12th anniversary of the 911 attack on the World Trade center. Always remember the ones we lost!"
  • 9.1

    South Street Seaport

    Harbor / Marina South St New York, NY

    People also say (210 tips):

    • The Ritz-Carlton
      The Ritz-Carlton: "South Street Seaport offers some great shopping options with beautiful views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Brooklyn Promenade. Come here early and watch the boats dock for the day."
    • Harumi U.
      Harumi U: "Fun area to hang out in very lower Manhattan which otherwise is a fairly square business area. During the you also get to enjoy a number of events, ice skating and a tree with Carolers"
  • 9.1


    Salad Place 67 Wall St New York, NY

    People also say (24 tips):

    • Honghui Y.
      Honghui Yu: "Great place to grab a quick bite to eat. Their salads are better than what you'd get at Chopt or Just Salad, but my favorite thing to get here is one of their amazing warm bowls."
    • Kimmie O.
      Kimmie Ohh: "They do NOT accept cash here, only cards & the level up or sweetgreen app. Their salads are delicious & their portions are huge! Order pick up & just go to the wall behind cashier to get your food :)"

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