The Paris Cafe

119 South Street NY, NY

Established in 1873, The Paris Cafe is one of New York City’s Oldest brasseries. Located in the Historic South Street Seaport District; The Paris Cafe is a landmark in the federal registry of historic buildings and a landmark among restaurants everywhere.


Bob Dylan, Thomas Edison, Teddy Roosevelt, Lauren Bacall & Butch Cassidy were all guests of this iconic establishment. The Paris Cafe – Reimagined. Join us for our craft cocktails, wide-range food menu, nightlife & events.

Capacity

Min 12 - Max 165

Listing Amenities

  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Reservations

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    Established in 1873, The Paris Cafe is one of New York City’s Oldest brasseries. Located in the Historic South Street Seaport District; The Paris Cafe is a landmark in the federal registry of historic buildings and a landmark among restaurants everywhere.


    Bob Dylan, Thomas Edison, Teddy Roosevelt, Lauren Bacall & Butch Cassidy were all guests of this iconic establishment. The Paris Cafe – Reimagined. Join us for our craft cocktails, wide-range food menu, nightlife & events.

    Capacity

    Min 12 - Max 165

    Listing Amenities

    • Accepts Credit Cards
    • Outdoor Seating
    • Reservations

    Request Info

      What type of event?
      Approximate Event Date
      119 South Street NY, NY