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The most unique place in New York City to create grand moments and intimate experiences, the Seaport District and Pier 17 provide venue options rich in history juxtaposed with unrivaled modernity. With flexible floorplans, in-house catering, and unparalleled views of the iconic city skyline this is the ultimate location for hosting your next spectacular event.
From fashion shows to television and film screenings to album listening parties, The Greens are the perfect location for your next socially distanced special event. Each cabin offers unmatched views of New York along with an intimate and cozy vibe. A/V couldn’t be easier with the ability to queue and sync video and audio to play in all cabins. Savor winter favorite dishes that are perfectly paired with a festive cocktail program by award-winning World’s Best Bar and New York City landmark, Dante.
The Rooftop at Pier 17
Set as the crown jewel of the Seaport District, The Rooftop at Pier 17 is the premiere event venue in Lower Manhattan. At five stories high and set 300ft out into the East River, The Rooftop at Pier 17 offers dramatic views unlike any other location in Manhattan.
Level 4 of Pier 17 is a true hidden gem in the Seaport District. Boasting an expansive open floorplan and unparalleled views of the Brooklyn Bridge, DUMBO and the Statue of Liberty, Level 4 provides the ultimate blank canvas for creating extraordinary and unique productions.
Treat your guests to the unexpected. The Green Room at Pier 17 is the ideal space for hosting a wide range of events from meetings to intimate weddings and everything in between.
Set at the base of Pier 17, with historic ships and the East River as its backdrop, Seaport Square is an incredible waterfront oasis. The sweeping, unobstructed layout has made it the perfect home for fundraising run/walks.
The Cobblestones within the Seaport’s Historic District provide the neighborhood its irreplaceable culture, character and charm that’s synonymous with New York. The cobblestones and historic buildings are rooted in a vibrant community with an indelible spirit.
From pier to pier: Chef Helene Henderson brings her farm-fresh Southern California-style dining to NYC. Like all the best things in life, Malibu Farm started small and grew organically—just like the food we like to eat and serve. Chef Helene Henderson began with cooking classes and farm dinners out of her home and in her backyard in Malibu. Here in New York, we’re bringing you a taste of the Malibu we love.
Escape the bustle of the city and rediscover the romance of the sea at The Fulton, a new restaurant from world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. At The Fulton, the Seaport District’s distinct nautical history has been created as a place to reconnect New Yorkers and her visitors with the city’s maritime past. With its waterfront setting, the restaurant offers a singular New York dining experience, with patio seating and some of the best unobstructed views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Bar Wayō is a bar from Momofuku featuring ambitious yet unpretentious cocktails, beer and wine, and a menu of snacks and dishes that complement the drinks. Wayō comes from the term “wayo secchu” which means the “compromise between East and West,” and is located at Pier 17 in New York’s South Street Seaport.
Hidden atop Pier 17, R17 seduces all the senses, serving finely crafted cocktails and inventive Modern American small plates in an opulent setting. R17 provides the ultimate VIP experience, with its own private elevator access and intimate lounges.
Cobble & Co.
Located in the heart of the Seaport District, Cobble & Co. presents a modernized take on the gastropub, set in a bright, airy, welcoming space right on the Cobblestones. The two-level restaurant has flexible options for rental or venue buyout, capable of accommodating parties, events and functions of all sizes.