MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
You can’t shake a stick in the Financial District without hitting a steakhouse, so it takes a lot to turn heads in these parts. Harry’s, however, stands apart from the pack in the best way possible—by offering prime cuts of meat (aged in-house), and then cooking them to unadorned excellence. A vast, well-executed menu showcasing seafood and more, as well as a revamped cocktail program only up their status. Located on the ground floor of the historic Hanover Bank building, the stunning and entirely redone interior now features original artwork and booths cloaked in leather. The front bar flaunts a more casual vibe and is ideal for a quick bite with friends, while the stylish dining room complete with a wine vault and art installation necessitates lingering.