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About Financial District
Though many would assume that the Financial District is mainly for those commuting to and from work, it is quickly becoming one of the best neighborhoods in New York City to live in. One of the first things you'll notice about this area is that it is incredibly well-connected, with many different bus and subway lines to take you anywhere you need to go to in NYC. Because of its reputation as a place commuters go to frequently, the transit is also quite reliable, helping facilitate good crowd flow so you never feel like it's too crowded.
If you want to stay connected to American culture, this is no problem in the Financial District. With reminders such as the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum, you can continue to remind yourself of the district's reputation for immigration and cultural exchange. If you're somebody who wants to learn about important events in modern history, visiting the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is a great way to stay in touch with the effects of one of the most devastating terrorist attacks to happen on American soil.
This doesn't mean that there is only history and business in the Financial District, though. In fact, there are many great places to get food that are affordable and accessible, making this neighborhood one of the best residential areas to live if you're interested in a wide variety of food. For example, those looking for the traditional pizza joint will feel at home at Adrienne's Pizza Bar, a place serving up delicious slices on a daily basis. Those looking to explore the culinary history of the immigration-influenced area will love checking out the Bavaria Bierhaus, Harry's Italian, or Haru! Regardless of where you go, though, you're bound to have a great time, with many of the aforementioned restaurants also having a great mix of locals and visitors as clientele.