Historic Cipriani Terrace Reopens

by | Apr 19, 2016 | Dining, News

Screen Shot 2016-04-19 at 1.14.40 PMLooking for a special way to celebrate the sunny NYC weather? Cipriani Wall Street‘s terrace is open once again. Guests can enjoy Cipriani’s renowned hospitality and service while enjoying the weather as well as the bustling Wall Street scenery.

Forged with almost a century’s worth of history, the Cipriani building and brand have undergone multiple transformations. What started out as humble Venetian restaurant opening in 1931 has ballooned into a notable hospitality conglomerate with venues all over the world. Their Wall Street location also has deep roots within the downtown area.

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Photo: Courtesy of mgnewyorkarchitects.com

Constructed between 1836 and 1842 by architect Isaiah Rogers, the building is recognizable by its large columns. It was then remodeled in 1899 by National City Bank; 4 stories, additional Corinthian columns and its central dome were added on. It was reinterpreted again in 1998 as The Regent Wall Street Hotel and served as a relief center in the wake of the September 11 attacks. Since then it has become the popular Cipriani dining destination.

Those who are interested in checking out the terrace can look forward to its opulent accoutrement, outstanding service, delicious Italian offerings and world-famous Bellinis. So, if you are looking for a unique way to see downtown are while enjoying delicious fare in a historic New York landmark, check out this amazing establishment.

-by Johanna Silver

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