Get Low Closes Out the Summer With an August Group of Restaurants

By Joseph Ferris

Are you one of those folks who enjoys when the city empties out every August? Take advantage of freedom from crowds and check out some of Lower Manhattan’s hottest restaurants. Whether it’s incredible seafood, a menu straight from Milan or a new restaurant from one of New York’s most-buzzed about chefs, close out your summer on a delicious note with our collection of Get Low restaurants. 

10 Corso Como
August 6, 2019

Get Low heads to Milan by way of the Seaport for a fashionable night out. Stop by 10 Corso Como on August 6 for 20% off dinner. The multi-hyphenate Milan shop features a cafe, fashion collection, art gallery and a restaurant. Make plans for a dinner that includes Pasta Cacio e Pepe, Brodetto (seafood stew) and Bone-In Beef Ribeye with Potatoes and Salsa Verde. 

August 13, 2019

Barbalu is a family-run hidden gem run by husband-and-wife team Stefano Barbagallo and Adriana Luque. Their restaurant is known for authentic Italian cuisine in a cozy setting. The hearty menu is perfect for a night out with options like meat and cheese plates for two, Penne all’ Arrabbiata, Oven Roasted French Cut Chicken Breast and a collection of desserts that are not to be missed. 

Trading Post
August 20, 2019

The Trading Post can be found on John Street in a building that dates back to 1840. Head over to the Trading Post this Seaport seafood restaurant for Get Low on August 20. The Trading Post features a whiskey bar in the cellar and a ground floor featuring high-top tables and offering views of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge. The creamy seafood chowder and Trading Post burger are crowd favorites.

Crown Shy
August 27, 2019

Get Low wraps up the summer of 2019 at one of Lower Manhattan’s newest, critically acclaimed restaurants — Crown Shy. Located in the landmark art deco 70 Pine Street tower, it is the first solo project from James Kent, the former chef at Eleven Madison Park and the Nomad, and Jeff Katz. The menu is stocked with gems like the pork chop which The New Yorker described as “juicy as ribeye.” Or maybe end Get Low in style and get the Roasted Short-Rib for two which comes with Braised Ends, Quinoa and Chimichurri.