Named for it’s location in TriBeCa, the downtown area once known as the “Holy Ground” in the mid 1700s, Holy Ground borrows from the neighborhood’s rich and colorful history to create a unique dining and drinking experience.
From the moment you enter, you are transported to the New York of centuries past. Familiar, yet with some surprising nuances, the 58-seat dining room features architectural elements and decor reminiscent of historic and clubby dining destinations, where drinking and late night revelry embodied the spirit of the times. Secretive in nature and with a dimly lit atmosphere, Holy Ground creates a seductive and hidden away feel. Dark mahogany wood throughout and bold shades of red and vintage touches are found in the private rooms, dining room and the bar.
Holy Ground is open seven days a week for dinner and will be opening for brunch in the Fall.
Holy Ground is a restaurant and speakeasy where classic New York Steakhouse meets Smoke House and Cocktail Bar.