The Paris Cafe

Row 1

119 South St (at Peck Slip)
New York, NY 10038
(212) 240-9797
Bar, Pub, Restaurant
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Established in 1873, Paris hosted Thomas Edison, Teddy Roosevelt and Butch Cassidy. You can get our free Downtown dining guide at
  • Great opening night. Go check out the awesome new bar.
  • Kitchen is open until 2am
  • Kitchen is open till 2am
  • Interesting history here...
  • The mozerella sticks are the best in FiDi.
  • Great wings and cheese sticks!
  • It may not be the salty fishermen's haunt that it once was but it still a classy yet low key bar and restaurant. Order the Paris Seafood Chowder, it's loaded with scallops, shrimp, and mussels.
  • Great place for a quick beer or settle for the long haul. Show your loyalty to the place and the bartenders take care of you! Great staff!
  • Best pub in NYC. Ask for Diarmuid.
  • Good brunch and I'll be back again.
  • The shepherds pie is great and the drinks are strong.
  • En esa cuadra esta la renta de bicis
  • Awesome food but the atmosphere needs some work
  • I like old pubs and this one has been there since 1883. Good character& beer selection in a fun little area.
  • Good late night Guinness stop.
  • Excelente comida!
  • The sliders are really good. Not expensive. Good vibe.
  • Beautiful outdoor cafe seating, cheap brunch that includes a free drink!
  • A bit of a tourist trap, but the food is above average and the location is great.