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The Paris Cafe

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  • American (Traditional), Irish
  • 119 South St, New York NY10038 40.707321 -74.001579
  • (Btwn Peck Slip & Beekman St)
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  • (212) 240-9797
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User Ratings (Based on 16 reviews)

Food 4.0 Value 3.9
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 240-9797
(212) 240-9899
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 4pm-7pm
Daily: 11am-4am
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Brunch, Catering, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Kid Friendly, Late Night, Online Reservations, Pre/Post Theater, Prix Fix Menus, Raw Bar, Take Out

User Reviews

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Chimebo on 09/16/2006

    Paris - good pub food

    Paris cafe has a solid menu and is good pub food. Service is always friendly when I go. Since the fish market moved about a year ago the South Street Sea Port no longer has that fishy smell, people used to complain about.

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Arista on 09/11/2006


    This place is right by the fish market so on a windy day the smell is overwhelming! I have been twice and both times the food is very plain and not at all worth the price. It's very expensive for what is pretty much chain resturant fare - lots of fried food and limp salads! This place seems to be a tourist trap...or just a hang out for bankers from the financial district to drink after work.

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Jen on 08/12/2006

    Excellent food!

    I picked this restaurant because of reading the reviews, We were amazed at how good the food was! I had the maryland crabcake sandwich, AMAZING! and my cousin had the fish and chips, best i've ever had! This is definitely off the beaten track so more locals, and very reasonably priced. I would go back a hundred times!

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Surprisingly nice place! on 07/20/2006

    Pleasantly surprised!

    This place really looks like a hole in the wall from the outside. I had read about in on menupages.com and wanted to try a nice restaurant down at South Street Seaport. We found the place and was a little hesitant by the looks but we went in and had a very nice dinner with great service. I had the shrimp and they were very large and tasty. Their burgers were very good as well if you're in the mood for a burger. Very nice atmosphere...i'd like to go back on my next trip to my favorite city of all, NYC.

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Nick on 06/02/2005

    A great find

    A great little place to find, a highlight of our trip to NY. A bit tricky to find, as you have to walk through the fish wholesale market, but having done so, I would highly recommend the fish dishes as they have a freshness that you would expect from such a location. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly (the servers are very welcoming). My partner said that she would feel comfortable sitting at the big square bar, which is saying something! The food is really very good. The choice is quite wide and there is a nice, relaxed pace to the service with an excellent choice of draft and bottled beers, which certainly went down well! I will certainly make the effort to come and find this place whenever I'm back in NY.

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Financial District Resident on 02/12/2005

    Good Local Restaurant/Pub Open Late

    We have been going toThe Paris Cafe for years. My favorite is the salmon salad. We have also had the crab cakes and other entrees. The atmosphere is pubby and the food is good. Ryan Maguire's food is better but their kitchen closes by 10PM. It is tough to find a restaurant in this neighborhood with a kitchen open as late as The Paris (2 AM)! When you want to eat after midnight, the Paris is the only option in the neighborhood. Zaitzeff closes at midnight. Friendly service, you always feel relaxed and at home in The Paris. Great before or after a show at The Shooting Star Theater (right next door) and fabulous views of the Brooklyn Bridge. They also have a value priced brunch.

  • The Paris Cafe

    Posted by Ron Sullo on 12/29/2004

    Yes folks - a friendly spot in New Yawk

    Windows wrap the brick walls and 100 ft antique wood horse-shoe shaped bar to peak out at the Brooklyn Bridge and East river. Accommodates a quiet brunch or dinner in the back dining room and clearly exceeds anyone's recollection of that warmth from the "Cheers" environment. Canvassing the menu alone is mouth watering and when coupled with several large DTV screens - I've found it a comfortable 'spot' to host impromptu reunions. Steps from the South Street Seaport but definitely not to be considered a tourist trap. PS - established in the 19th century.

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