13. The Wooly Public | Woolworth Building

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Formerly The Woolworth Tower Kitchen, The Wooly Public is a full service restaurant and cocktail bar inside the Woolworth Building, which was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966 and a New York City landmark in 1983. The eatery serves as the companion bar to the private, hidden lounge known as The Wooly, located at the base of the building. Specializing in “indulgent old school eats” (with a twist), The Wooly Public offers American fare and a bar program that includes “Old Souls” (or lesser known classic cocktails) and “New Editions” (contemporary concoctions). As an homage to the building it occupies, its interior also features a reinterpretation of the Woolworth’s neo-Gothic architectural details with commissions to add a modern touch. For more on the Woolworth Building, join us for our special VIP tour inside, where we will access places normally off-limits to the public: VIP Tour of the Woolworth Building