Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: Earl’s Court

It’s the food court—reimagined, says Manager Warren Krieg of Earl’s Court. The cafeteria has plenty of variety, fast service and affordable prices, like many food courts, but it’s the quality of the fare that distinguishes this John Street establishment. And at night, it turns into a bar. Not many food courts can claim the same.

The many dining options include the Original Soupman, Greens Salad Bar, Sushi Express, Earl of Sandwich and Libations 101, a bar that offers all of your favorite cocktails and hosts special events, such as Tuesday trivia and free Wednesday karaoke.

“At night, the transformation is phenomenal,” says Sales Manager Cathy Mosomillo. “A curtain drops, candles are lit, music is playing and an eclectic crowd comes in. It’s the best place to come after work for cocktails.”

There are so many options, it’s hard to find something Earl’s Court doesn’t offer. “We’re everything without the sticker shock,” Krieg says.

Earl’s Court

90 John Street