Manhattan's favorite al fresco destination features waterfront venues from top chefs and restauranteurs.
The Fulton by Jean-Georges
Escape the bustle of the city and enjoy breathtaking Brooklyn Bridge views at The Fulton, the first seafood restaurant by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Located on the water at the northeast corner of Pier 17, the space offers breezy outdoor dining on the terrace; intimate, romantic booths in the beautifully designed dining room, and myriad group and private dining experiences throughout.
Cocktail darling Dante—two-time World’s Best Bar winner—has taken over Pearl Alley at Pier 17 with a concept that’s as intoxicating as the waterfront view.
Enjoy the greatest hits from their drink menu, plus specialty Negronis and Martinis, charming food trucks, and events ranging from live music to mixology courses taught by world-class bartenders.
The Rooftop at Pier 17’s restaurant and bar offers city skyline views and a vibe that changes with each season.
Summer at The Greens—also known as mini lawn season—is officially in full swing, with new reservations released on the 1st of each month. In addition to the mini lawns, The Greens features two outdoor terraces, an indoor bar, and the Patrón Patio walk-up bar featuring tequila drinks and unbeatable views.
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.
Malibu Farm New York
The sister restaurant to Chef Helene Henderson’s SoCal phenomenon, Malibu Farm New York offers pier-side dining with year-round sunshine vibes.
Staying true to the original farm-to-table concept, the menu celebrates ingredients that are local, seasonal, sustainably sourced, and undeniably delicious. Family-style seating and myriad offerings for vegetarians, vegans, pescatarians, and omnivores make Malibu Farm the go-to destination for a laid-back, top-quality dinner, lunch, or weekend brunch at the Seaport.
Born in a retrofitted 1974 Airstream trailer in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Mr. Dips has taken root in a brick-and-mortar location at Pier 17.
Griddle burgers and loaded waffle fries are the fan favorites, as well as their rotating dairy dips—playful, photo-worthy concoctions with a social media following.
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.