6. One if by Land, Two if by Sea
This upscale restaurant in Greenwich Village, housed inside a 1767 carriage house, is said to be haunted by as many as twenty ghosts! In 2011, General Manager Rosanne Martino told Eater that the establishment was most definitely haunted, as she herself had had “inexplicable experiences…picture frames tilting, machinery activating by itself, strange drafts especially by the bar, flying plates, flickering lights, staff members will occasionally be pushed and when they turn, no one is there.” The ghostly occurrences have been so bad that some members of staff reportedly quit over them! Some believe one of the ghost is Aaron Burr who kept his carriage and horses in the carriage house
while he served as Attorney General of the State of New York during the 1790’s. Others may be Burr’s daughter Theodosia, an unnamed Ziegfeld girl and of course, a woman in black.