PLAN DATE: MON / SEP. 11
We’ve never forgotten, which is why we’re dedicating one of today’s plans to a true September 11th memorial. Start by visiting St. Paul’s Chapel — aka “the little chapel that stood” through it all. The courtyard and church close at 6 p.m. Then, grab some comfort food at nearby Tuscan eatery Felice.
Food, A Day of Remembrance
Moderately Priced / Free to visit Chapel
St. Paul's Chapel
209 Broadway, Manhattan
If you’ve never been to St. Paul’s Chapel, today would be an especially appropriate day, as it’s better known as “the little chapel that stood” through the attacks on September 11th. It was a safe haven for rescuers in the days and weeks that followed. Even more, it’s NYC’s oldest church. In fact, it’s so old, George Washington attended service here on the day he was inaugurated, April 30, 1789.
idk tip — Take the audio tour, then see the stunning September 11th memorial fountain — it’s just across the street. The churchyard and building open until 6 p.m.
15 Gold Street, Manhattan
Inspired by both the streets of Florence and the Tuscan countryside, Felice is a cozy little place to inhale a big plate of pappardelle.
idk tip — Start your meal with the especially well-done burrata.