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Lower Manhattan in New York City is the happening place to find a restaurant serving week-end brunch. After you have eaten, enjoy exploring lower Manhattan by foot or public transportation. It is here that you can find a variety of activities to satisfy your adventurous heart. Lower Manhattan is the home of the Staten Island Ferry and Battery Park. You can check out the statue of Lady Liberty via a local ferry tour (not the Staten Island Ferry) and Ellis Island, or any of the many local historical sites and museums. For instance, Trinity Church, Wall Street, the Skyscraper Museum, the Museum of the American Indian, Fraunces Tavern where General George Washington made his farewell speech to the American Revolutionary troops. Your arrival to Manhattan's lower end can be made via taxi, bus, or metro train from most major points in New York even on the week-end. While there are many bus tours available and the local metro stations, you will find that most areas are close enough to easily cover on foot once you have fortified yourself! Stroll through Stone Street - the older street is cobblestone and runs from Coenties Slip to a little alley between William Street. Here you will find popular dining options including week-end brunch offerings. Along Stone Street, you can find American, Belgian, and French brunch cuisine. Any good brunch restaurant in the area will offer basic American comfort food fare, and if you wish to try something new there are also Mexican, British, Italian, Mediterranean, Malaysian and other world cuisines which vary by restaurant.

 

 

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