Discover diverse dining at the city's new hub for cutting edge food experiences
Escape the bustle of the city this spring at The Fulton, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s first seafood restaurant located on the water at Pier 17.
An outdoor dining retreat custom designed for seamless social distancing through reservable personal mini lawns or winter cabins, The Greens is a fun and one-of-a-kind destination to al fresco responsibly any season of the year. Located on The Rooftop at Pier 17, The Greens pairs endless views of the iconic Lower Manhattan skyline with seasonal cocktails and delicious bites.
The Heineken Riverdeck is the place to be this summer. Kick back with a cold one and take in some of the best views in New York City while basking in the water-side breeze.
The well-known and respected farm-to-table purveyor – founded by Helene Henderson – has made its way from Malibu to the Seaport and opened its doors on Pier 17. Enjoy California-style dining against the backdrop of one of Manhattan’s most impressive views.
NoHo Hospitality has opened a new brick-and-mortar location of Mister Dips on Pier 17 at the Seaport, serving up griddle burgers, waffle fries, a list of playful dairy dips and much more.
Momofuku’s Ssäm Bar is a New York Korean restaurant from Chef Eunjo Park. Inspired by the energy of New York and Jo’s background, the menu features smaller dishes like white pepper wings and smoked sweet-and-sour ribs, as well as larger items like a soy-marinated scallop kimbap and a sizzling skirt steak ssäm. The menu is rounded out with a list of fun cocktails like a spicy margarita made with Korean pepper–infused tequila and a peachy gin and tonic.
Carne Mare is an Italian chophouse by Chef Andrew Carmellini offering prime cuts of steaks, fine seafood, and Italian specialties.
The menu by Chef Carmellini and Chef della Cucina Brendan Scott begins with fine seafood, cocktails, oysters, traditional antipasti, salads and carpaccio. Entrées include housemade pastas, seafood and, of course, the main attraction: prime-aged beef, wagyu and prime rib, served with a selection of steakhouse contorni. The two-story space by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio offers striking views of the Manhattan waterfront and the Brooklyn Bridge. The ground floor features ample seating indoors and out, a wrap-around bar, and a wood-fired oven. A grand staircase spirals up to a handsome, banquette-filled dining room and open chef’s kitchen.