Best NYC restaurants located within a 5 minute walk of Bowling Green Station | Ratings, Reviews & Maps

The following New York City restaurants are all conveniently located within a 5 minute walk of the Bowling Green Subway Station. When you are looking for a great place to eat near Bowling Green Station in NYC, any of the following restaurants should prove to be a good choice.

Beckett's Bar & Grill    Overall Rating 4 out of 5Beckett's Bar & Grill Star Rating

Beckett's Bar & Grill restaurant
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Overview: Sports on big screen TVs, draft beer & pub food in a historic building that's stood since 1603.

Dining Options: Brunch | Lunch | Dinner | Beer | Wine | Takeout

Price Level: $$$$

Regular Hours:
  • Monday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Thursday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Friday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Saturday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Sunday: 10:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Address: 81 Pearl St, New York, NY 10004, USA

Phone: (212) 269-1001

Official Website: Beckett's Bar & Grill

Reviews

5 Star Rating Dining outdoors was an excellent experience. The street is filled with tables from all the restaurants. Almost all the tables were taken around 6 pm, but it slowly became less crowded. The hanging lights made the street even more aesthetic, in addition to the stone street. This is a great choice to dine and spend time with close ones. It is a quick walk from the pier, which is another great place to stop by! Fulton.
Sonia Perez - 6 months ago

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5 Star Rating Friendly staff, great food and drinks, chill atmosphere with sports playing
Diachi West - 3 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating Beckett's has been a staple in the heart of the Financial District for over 20 years. The food is simply delicious. The chicken quesadilla was loaded with deliciousness! The wings were honey garlicky, finger licking awesomeness!. Our lovely waitstaff Breege, was a pure delight. When you stop by Beckett's, make sure to say hello Breege and Ronan. Let them know that Mstickleryourfoodie said hello! #bourbonsalmon #shrimppennaalavodka ##BBQsliders ##chickennachos #honeygarlicwings #redvelvetcake #tiramisu
Norma Justin - a year ago

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2 Star Rating Everything was nice except the food and pricing. The onion rings were OK but the Cesar salad with grilled shrimp was a big disappointment. It cost us $28! We visited this place again on May 2019, by mistake. Still, the service was below average and food was nothing to remember or return for.
Sean ainechi - 4 years ago

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Delmonico's    Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5Delmonico's Star Rating

Delmonico's restaurant
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Overview: A New York classic opened in 1837, serving prime beef in old-time environs.

Dining Options: Brunch | Dinner | Vegetarian | Beer | Wine | Takeout

Price Level: $$$$

Regular Hours:
  • Monday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Thursday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Friday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 11:00 PM
  • Saturday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 11:00 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:00 – 10:00 PM

Address: 56 Beaver St, New York, NY 10004, USA

Phone: (212) 381-1237

Official Website: Delmonico's

Reviews

4 Star Rating I have to be honest. It is worth to visit once but not necessary for the steak. The highlight and my favorite part was… the ✨✨✨complimentary bread on side. Really really great. We had the restaurant week brunch: For appetizers we chose tuna crudo and crab cake. Both delicious but somehow not that impressive. Like they were outstanding but I might find somewhere else serving better ones. Our main dishes were steak fries and shrimp with grits. I recommend ❤️‍🔥grits! It was so creamy but not overwhelming. Shrimps were huge, 3 pieces, fair enough. And the steak… dried and hard outside. Inner part was delicious tho, and they cooked it medium rare correctly. But outside the cooked part was dry, kinda cant balance the temperature in and out. Still, their fries were delicious. Dessert were good looking, making traditions different. The Alaska was impressive for sure but the taste of banana ice cream took over the whole plate. Otherwise it should be an elegant dessert. Chocolate layered cake was a classic. The malted ice cream on the side was a nice addition.
Julia Hsia - a week ago

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4 Star Rating Twas not bad, in terms of American steaks this was as good as they come. The other chicken and the lobster are easy passes for future visits.(they were our second entrees just to try as many things on the menu as possible) the desserts were alright nothing special. Service and atmosphere were good, to be expected of the oldest steak house in NYC.
Vergessen - a month ago

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5 Star Rating Excellent steak and sides! Highlights were their signature Delmonico, the spatzle, the wedge salad, and the mushrooms. Service was ok, but the real highlight was the food. Seriously my favorite steak I’ve had in the city, cooked perfectly medium rare and full of flavor. Opted for the black garlic butter on the side and it added flavor but the steak didn’t even need it. SO good. Everything had excellent flavors and textures. The salad was really delicious with more layers than your typical wedge. Reservations are a good idea on weekends.
Elizabeth Hadden - 3 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating Came to the restaurant and it was divine. The food and wine are worth your time. The restaurant gives classic NYC vibes so enjoy the ambiance sipping a classic cocktail!
Yolanda Shoshana - a week ago

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5 Star Rating Classic New York dining experience, before the ‘sharing plates’ renaissance destruction. Exquisite design & decor. Food is decadent. I would have expected more efficiency & expertise from the server, who did not know about the allergen contents on the menu (& omitted to ask about) & slow to check on the table. Regardless, the experience is outstanding & I would return to this establishment in a heartbeat.
Tannaz - 2 months ago

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Chipotle Mexican Grill    Overall Rating 4 out of 5Chipotle Mexican Grill Star Rating

Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant
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Overview: Fast-food chain offering Mexican fare, including design-your-own burritos, tacos & bowls.

Dining Options: Lunch | Dinner | Vegetarian | Beer | Takeout

Price Level: $$$$

Regular Hours:
  • Monday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Thursday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Friday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM
  • Sunday: 10:45 AM – 11:00 PM

Address: 2 Broadway, New York, NY 10004, USA

Phone: (212) 344-0941

Official Website: Chipotle Mexican Grill

Reviews

4 Star Rating 202301002 - My first ever visit to Chipotle 😁 My son have been asking me to try this staple of his in his college days Actually the food was more enjoyable and refreshing than expected I must compliment the staff of this outlet They patiently and cheerfully explained to me what the different combos available
sk t - 3 months ago

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5 Star Rating It was my first Chipotle, and I was struggling with selecting the ingredients... A friendly staff came to help and he waited and explained everything patiently until I got through the payment. I don't remember his name but I visited around 5 to 5:30pm on Thursday. Thank you so much for the pleasant experience! The ingredients and the food is nice as well.
ran - 4 months ago

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5 Star Rating Food was great. This location doesn't skip out like the others in the area and the location is also always kept clean and tidy.
naiji abraham - a month ago

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5 Star Rating Since this was our first time, they explained everything verry wel. The food was delicious. I took the burrito with white rice, black beans and medium hot sauce!
Siemen (NebulassHQ) - a month ago

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5 Star Rating Nice and very clean Chipotle restaurant. Very good option for a quiet burrito after walking for hours around Wall street. Toilets available.
Antonio Carrión Molina - 3 months ago

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Stone Street Tavern    Overall Rating 4.2 out of 5Stone Street Tavern Star Rating

Stone Street Tavern restaurant
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Overview: Stone Street haunt with a decor of dark wood & chandeliers, offering many TVs & a standard bar menu.

Dining Options: Brunch | Lunch | Dinner | Beer | Wine | Takeout

Price Level: $$$$

Regular Hours:
  • Monday: 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
  • Thursday: 11:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Friday: 11:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Saturday: 11:30 AM – 2:00 AM
  • Sunday: 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Address: 52 Stone St, New York, NY 10004, USA

Phone: (212) 785-5658

Official Website: Stone Street Tavern

Reviews

5 Star Rating Love it and the vibe, and fun servers and we met great people there, only tried the guacamole and Chios, but were good, love to try more next time. IF heading to New York City? This is a fun place with and warm atmosphere, especially at Christmas 🎄, we can't wait to see it in the summer.
RICK ILL GIVE HONEST REVIEWS - a month ago

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4 Star Rating Great bar, lovely drinks. The people I met whilst drinking here were lovely which reflects well on the bar. Only issue I found with this place was the toilets were very smelly and dirty although upstairs is spotless. Unfortunately I didn’t try food here but next time i will give it a go!
Ellie B - 4 months ago

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4 Star Rating My expectations for the overpriced Stone Street tourist traps have been pretty much non-existent, so this was a very pleasant surprise. After being burned for the second or third time over here, I pretty much avoided any of these restaurants as potential lunch spots for months. My Skipper and I came here for lunch yesterday (a Friday) around 1pm. Despite the excellent weather and prime mealtime, this place really wasn't crowded, even in their more-heralded outdoor picnic table area. No matter. We secured a high top close to the bar with zero issues. Since we passed several people in Halloween costumes and there was a very slight Fall nip in the air, I decided to go with a Hot Toddy ($14); tis the season. It was very good. A LITTLE more citrusy than I would prefer (lemon is usually pretty prominent in this drink, to be fair, but I like the sweeter variations of this) but still hit the spot. And the temperature remained hot throughout consumption of the beverage, which was a selling point. The menu item that caught my eye earlier and ended my Stone Street boycott was the Braised Beef Pappardelle Pasta entree ($23). Huge fan. In an interesting decision that paid off, they cooked it with fresh mint throughout, which gave it a fun, refreshing taste that I wouldn't have guessed paired well with everything else. It was a decent portion that I polished off pretty quickly. The service was pretty good. The waitress was civil and pretty attentive but I wouldn't classify her as friendly, per se (which was a little surprising given how heavily a place like this caters to tourists). It took about 10 minutes to get my drink despite the fact that the bar area and overall restaurant were pretty empty, but the food itself arrived quickly and the waitress DID stop by a few times to check in; beyond the initial drink, I don't recall any point where we were actively waiting/looking around for someone to assist, and we were in and out of there probably within 45 minutes or so. Even if this restaurant wasn't on Stone Street, I think the price point was pretty reasonable for the area overall - a legit $23 entree and $14 drink are arguably slightly lower prices than the average here. It's definitely possible and maybe even probable that the dinnertime crowd experiences higher prices than this, but I'm pretty impressed by the lunch situation here.
EE Grimshaw - 3 months ago

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5 Star Rating Stone Street is a great place for outdoor drinks and food, for groups especially. It's always a vibe and a great time. A New York staple, especially in the summer. Our waiters at Stone Street Tavern were great! Quick with the orders and food and drinks. The food was delicious and menu had so many options. Lobster roll was fresh and lots of lobster. The parppadelle was surprisingly delicious, like creamy sauce and filled with meat.
Juan Gutierrez - 9 months ago

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5 Star Rating Was there last Thursday 28th sept.great tasty food we had steak all I will say if you want it medium rare, ask for medium if rare ask for medium .apart From that it was beautiful.buffalo chicken wings to die for .
Andrew Preston - 4 months ago

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Tajin    Overall Rating 4.3 out of 5Tajin Star Rating

Tajin restaurant
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Overview: Low-key eatery serving traditional Mexican eats such as enchiladas, fajitas & breakfast burritos.

Dining Options: Breakfast | Brunch | Lunch | Dinner | Vegetarian | Beer | Takeout

Price Level: $$$$

Regular Hours:
  • Monday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Friday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Saturday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM
  • Sunday: 12:00 – 7:30 PM

Address: 85 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10006, USA

Phone: (212) 509-5017

Reviews

4 Star Rating Mexican is not one of my favorite genres, and it's primarily because the combo of my texture-based palate and the crunchy shizzle that hangs out in a lot of the food isn't an ideal fit. If I like a Mexican place, it's usually because it's very, very simple/no frills, and that's Tajin in a nutshell. I came here with my Skipper for lunch on Friday, which was a miserable rainy day, the kind where you're venturing out MAYBE one or two blocks from the office. The walk from the office took approximately three minutes, and we were able to get inside with minimal dampness. I don't think it would be fair to call Tajin a dive; (the Skipper might disagree based on her recounting of a horrendous bathroom visit) but it's a pretty basic interior, with some sugar skull-esque art on the wall, and almost a diner vibe when it came to some of the tables/seating. We sat towards the back, which had a view of the bar area where the waitstaff lingered, making it very easy to get someone's attention for a drink, the check, etc. This might not be a selling point for a ton of people, but I was THRILLED to look over, say, the quesadilla section of the menu and see two or three ingredients per item. You start to lose me at a certain point when the items are covered in peppers, onions, etc., so when I saw that the chicken quesadilla contained nothing but chicken and cheese, I didn't hesitate. The quesadilla showed up within a few minutes, and hit the spot. As you can see from the attached, it came with a small pile of guac on the top, which I spread around the top. The guac was a LITTLE crunchy for my taste, but was relatively smooth. Definitely some solid comfort food on a day where I barely remembered what the sun looked like. I also ordered a few passion fruit margaritas; the Skipper is far more educated about these matters and recommended I get the tajin rim (I of course obliviously went into this place not knowing what Tajin meant) which jived perfectly with the drink - nice little nip to go with the sweet. I'm pretty ambivalent about margs, having had a ton of bad ones that practically sent me into insulin shock, so it's always a pleasant surprise when someone mixes them properly and you don't end up crashing later. It was light and tasty, and I'd absolutely get it again. This is probably two or three blocks from a pretty hardcore touristy area, but it certainly gets some of that foot traffic. As a result, they could definitely charge more for the food/drinks but I thought it was very reasonable for the neighborhood. The Skipper had a glass of wine that was $9, the margs were $12, and my quesadilla was around $13, I believe. Given that there are nearby restaurants that unhesitatingly offer $40/$50 entrees, you could do a lot worse to your wallet if you wanted to. We're adding this one to the list for future visits. Convenient, cheap and tasty.
EE Grimshaw - 4 months ago

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5 Star Rating Lovely little spot with plenty of character! We stopped in for brunch and left very satisfied. Fair prices and the workers made me feel welcomed from the minute I stepped in. The girlfriend is vegan which can be a nightmare when eating out. However, they are very accommodating with the menu and she was able to eat. The meal was worth every dollar. Ivan, our server, was wonderful and very helpful. Do yourself a favor and stop by if you're in the area!
Giovanni Reyes - a year ago

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4 Star Rating Stopped by on a friday evening for a small bite. The guacamole and chips were good, and so was the Sangria. The waiters stopped by several times to make sure we were OK. The music playing(salsa) was great. The restaurant was crowded and that made the experience a plus.
V H - 3 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating Great authentic Mexican food from Veracruz in the heart of New York FiDi. The Carne Asada is tender and tasty. The Chicken Tacos, refritos, salsas… everything is a delicacy. Great value; highly recommended.
Pia Dominguez - 6 months ago

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5 Star Rating We went to see the Statue of Liberty and found this place on the way back. First off it is a local place and not just a tourist place. Second they make some of the best margaritas I’ve ever had with fresh ingredients. I had their Jalapeño margarita and they grind up fresh peppers in it and use fresh juice. Was amazing. We had lunch as well and it was very authentic Mexican fare. The servers were super nice and you can sit inside or outside. Next time we are in New York we will come back here.
Scott Hunter - 10 months ago

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Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina    Overall Rating 4.2 out of 5Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina Star Rating