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The Paris Cafe

Address
119 South St New York NY 10038
Phone
(212) 240-9797
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(212) 751-6454

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:00am-4:00am
Monday
11:00am-4:00am
Tuesday
11:00am-4:00am
Wednesday
11:00am-4:00am
Thursday
11:00am-4:00am
Friday
11:00am-4:00am
Saturday
11:00am-4:00am

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  • Diners Club

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The Paris Cafe - one of New York City's Oldest Pubs - has been around since 1873. Located in the Historic South Street Seaport, steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge and right across the street from the East River, The Paris Cafe is a perfect blend of history, good food and strong drinks. We have a Full Bar, Winter Cocktail Specials, Happy Hour Specials, serve a wide range of Craft Beers that...

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The Paris Cafe - one of New York City's Oldest Pubs - has been around since 1873. Located in the Historic South Street Seaport, steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge and right across the street from the East River, The Paris Cafe is a perfect blend of history, good food and strong drinks.

We have a Full Bar, Winter Cocktail Specials, Happy Hour Specials, serve a wide range of...

Welcome to the Paris Cafe! Failte (pronounced falcha) and welcome to a piece of Old New York. Located in the historic Downtown district, just steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge and South Street Seaport, the Paris is perfectly situated for all your dining and entertainment needs. Our warm, inviting dining room occupies two levels and offers perfect settings for intimate dining or larger...

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Little-known local bar with 1873 historic setting serves steaks, fresh seafood and raw bar from nearby fish market. Read More

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Nestled inside an old hotel that dates back to the late 1800s, the Paris is bar, restaurant, and a national landmark.

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great brunch at a great price.
strong bloody mary.

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Very authentic restaurant with a lot of history. Great place to stop in the Seaport area for a food or even just a drink. Thomas Edison designated this as one of the first places to have electricity for a reason. ;)

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Located in a building established in 1873, the Paris Café is a piece of local history. Boasting a friendly staff, the eatery`s menu is Continental and features steaks, Italian favorites, seafood and more.

Old world bar and restaurant serving great food and an interesting variety of beers. You'll be treated like a local even if it's your first time here.

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Little-known local bar with 1873 historic setting serves steaks, fresh seafood and raw bar from nearby fish market.

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