New York’s Financial District used to be a ghost town when the sun went down — a no-man’s land for anything more interesting than a Starbucks to keep the investment bankers going through the night.
But times have changed, and Manhattan’s downtown financial hub has experienced some exciting additions to its dining scene.
Thanks to a series of hotel openings and mega-construction projects, specifically, the new World Trade Center complex, there has been more opportunity for restaurant openings. As a result, some of the world’s most celebrated chefs have headed down south to put their mark on the area.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com