ABOUT BOWERY LANE
The Bowery is the oldest thoroughfare on Manhattan Island. Named in the latter 17th century by Dutch settlers as Bouwerij Road, (an early Dutch word for farm), it connected farmlands and estates on the outskirts to the heart of the city in today’s Wall Street and Battery Park area.
Bowery Lane is a refined rustic dining experience recalling the end of the 18th century, when it became New York’s most well-heeled and stylish street attracting grand residences, opulent theatres and the burgeoning banking industry.
The Bowery Lane kitchen has assembled a collection of local flavours and textures reminiscent of industrial era New York including an updated era style cocktail bar. The exposed brick walls and exposed concrete feature with black leather banquettes, deco fixtures and an oversized 18 seat communal table.