Goldman Properties has opened the doors of their latest New York restaurant venture. The Stone Street Tavern at 52 Stone Street is believed to be one of the first new businesses in the downtown area since 9-11, and is located on New York's first paved thoroughfare.
The tavern is part of the Stone Street Historic District, a street established in 1656 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The structure housing the tavern was built in 1836, after the fire of 1834 wiped out much of Manhattan, and now under the deft touch of Goldman Properties, it has evolved into a cozy 92-seat neighborhood tavern with a menu of affordable American classics, wines and beers. A truly downtown food and wine destination, sporting old woods and a beautifully aged brick wall at its center, Stone Street Tavern, like America, is a new place with an old spirit.
The menu features home-style American comfort foods, moderately priced, in generous servings. The choices include a soup of the day ($4), bean and steak chili ($6.50), a variety of tasty salads ($5.50 - $11), a great hamburger or turkey burger with fries and pickles ($8.50), All-American sandwiches ($6.50-$9), and hot entrees ($11.50-$21) Daily hot plate specials are available for $10. Stone Street Tavern also offers eight draft beers and 8-12 wines by the glass.
New York City
Lunch and dinner are served Monday to Friday, noon-midnight.