While the neighborhoods of New York City are constantly changing, there is one thing that always remains the same: the atmosphere and dining experience at Tribeca bar and restaurant Walker’s. Since 1987, this vintage bar and restaurant has been serving mouth-watering meals and a family-friendly environment to local New Yorkers and visitors of downtown Manhattan.
Walking into this vintage bar and restaurant is like taking a step through time. Come in for a fantastic meal and mingle with locals and friends while taking in a pint of Guinness. While some restaurants encourage diners to eat and leave, this bar and restaurant welcomes guests to stay, dine and relax for as long as they would like.
Owners Scott Perez, Martin Sheridan and Gerard Walker are some of the most frequent occupants at Walker’s. This is not merely a business for these devoted men, but a second home and a place to mingle with friends. Among one of the many patrons at the restaurant is a local man named John, who has been visiting the bar and restaurant three times a week for the past three years. He describes the atmosphere as one that is not only cozy but welcoming. There are always a collection of friendly diners, many of which are locals. Here at Walker’s everyone is encouraged to eat, interact and enjoy their dining experience.
There is no lack of convenience at this quaint bar and restaurant, where service and location are simply ideal. Located at a three street intersection, diners have great views of the downtown area filled with a slew of personalities and an abundance of history.
While a great atmosphere is most ideal for diners, there is no supplementing for the quality of food served at this bar and restaurant. A classic American menu, diners can enjoy everything from the pan roasted salmon to the sirloin burger. Take in a light meal of spinach salad or indulge in a grilled teriyaki chicken breast. With the feel and look of an old New York City saloon, the bar is stocked with a great selection of wine, cocktails, and both tap and bottled beers.
With such an abundance of bars and restaurants throughout NYC, it is nice to visit one of the most nostalgic restaurants in Tribeca, Walker’s, .