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Places to Get Drinks After an NYC Ferry Tour

by TopView Sightseeing - December 16, 2017

Take a walk around any block in the city, and you’ll soon realize that NYC is a drinking town. There are countless bars on nearly every block on every street in The Big Apple. If you’re looking to grab a beverage, you have a plethora of options. Lower Manhattan is a hotspot for hip establishments and dive bars alike. If you’re hopping off an NYC ferry tour, your boat will likely dock near this part of town. In order to make sense of the vast options for drinks at your fingertips, here are just a few of the best spots to grab a drink.

Fresh Salt

Located in a building once occupied by a fish smokehouse, this relaxing spot is just steps away from the waterfront near South Street Seaport. Your NYC ferry tour will likely dock just across the street from this area. This is the perfect spot to discover new ales that you may have never heard of before. Happy hour runs from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily and offers an array of drink specials, a further incentive to waste the afternoon sipping beverages in this comfortable bar.

Paris Cafe

You’ll find Paris Café tucked away under the Brooklyn Bridge in the lower level of an 1873 hotel. This bar harkens back to the neighborhood’s past with hammered tin ceilings and a beautiful wood bar. This establishment has served thirsty patrons since the days when huge wooden ships with sails docked on the river just outside. Cocktail specials are available daily for happy hour, which makes having a drink in this historic setting economic as well as fun. If you’re keen to take the afternoon well into the night, the Paris Café keeps the lights on until 4 a.m.

Mr. Cannon

You may have to explore a bit to find this lower Manhattan speakeasy. Located on a back alley tucked away behind an unassuming empty courtyard, this South Street Seaport haunt serves up finely crafted cocktails with great attention to detail. Upon entering the bar, you’ll notice an understated Victorian vibe with antique pieces on the walls and period furniture to match scattered about the establishment. This is a cocktail lover’s bar for sure. The skilled mixologists that tend the bar here whip up some of the best artisan drinks in the neighborhood. After you down your drinks, head outside for a nice stroll on the waterfront, the perfect way to end a day of sightseeing, drinks, and fun.

 

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