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Parking comes at a bit of a premium in Bouley’s upscale neighborhood. Metered street parking is available on surrounding corners and is unrestricted after 7 p.m. That said, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star New York restaurant’s surroundings aren’t the most car-friendly, thanks to narrow streets and a pedestrian park blocking off part of Hudson. There are a couple of nearby parking garages, but this being Manhattan, we recommend you either take the subway or a cab to avoid any parking headaches standing between you and David Bouley’s gourmet French fare. The closest subway stop is Chambers Street, which services the 1, 2, 3, A and C lines.