FIDI+TRIBECA+ LOWER MANHATTAN
American. Spectacular waterfront views through wraparound floor-to- ceiling windows set the scene for seasonal American fare and
an outdoor patio bar and beer garden. L & D (daily). 1 Battery Park, at South St., 212.809.5508.
Steak House. Signature oldworld dishes at this historic chophouse, open since 1837, include baked Alaska and lobster with cayenne and butter, plus prime USDA cuts of beef. L (M- F), D (M-Sa). 56 Beaver St., at S. William St., 212.509.1144.
Contemporary Indian/ Persian. In his elegant 20-seat dining room, Chef/owner Jehangir Mehta’s serves shiitake panna cotta with long pepper squid and garlic coconut soup with chickpea caviar. D ( Tu-Sa). 190 Church St., at Duane St., 212.542.9440.
Contemporary Korean. French and Spanish influences shape the cutting- edge cooking techniques of Michelinstarred, Seoul-born Chef Yim Jung Sik. D (M-Sa). 2 Harrison St., at Hudson St., 212.219.0900.
French. Elegant dishes made with market-fresh ingredients (lamb with fennel, artichoke and black olives with salsa verde) are served in a clean, exposed-brick space with a long, marble-topped bar. D (M-Sa). 94 Chambers St., btw Broadway & Church St., 212.227.3400.