The winding alleys and old-style cobblestone streets may make navigating Manhattan’s Seaport District seem somewhat complex. But with all the hot new food destinations coming this summer, now’s the time to get to know the new Seaport District. With the Garden Bar, food trucks on Food Row, Clinton Hall, and the Food Lab, the Seaport is the best place to satisfy your hunger this summer. Wander along the Seaport’s iconic cobblestones and take in waterfront views while discovering all the delicious food the Seaport has to offer. There’s a lot cooking this summer, so let us guide you through the must-see culinary destinations at the Seaport District.
SEAPORT FOOD LAB
The first stop on our tour is the Seaport Food Lab. The Food Lab, located on 203 Front Street, is home to legendary master chefs all summer long. For limited engagements, the world’s most sought-after chefs are stopping by to share their culinary mastery for exclusive two-week stints. Check out big-name culinary experts, such as Chicago favorites Paul Kahan, Cosmo Goss and Erling Wu-Bower (June 20th–July 2nd), Southern star Hugh Acheson (July 9th–21st), Esquire Chef of the Year Alon Shaya (July 30th–August 12th), L.A. trendsetter Jessica Koslow (August 20th–September 2nd), and more. Seating at the Food Lab is limited, so book your table today!
After savoring the world-class creations of the guest master chefs, follow us to Clinton Hall for a drink at the self-pour beer stations. Craving a cold beer in the summer heat? Our Supercraft Beer uses flux capacitor cooling to help you enjoy your brew at its scientifically-engineered perfect temperature. Clinton Hall is a beer aficionado’s go-to spot for rare beers on tap. If you’ve heard of it, you probably won’t drink it at Clinton Hall.
Next stop on your tour is Food Row. In addition to fine dining, New York’s best street food is coming to the Front Street Food Market. Feed your foodie fantasy with burgers at the Black Tap food truck. Follow up your meal with a tasty ice cream treat from the Big Gay Ice Cream truck. Whatever your craving may be, Food Row has it all.
One of the highlights of the Seaport is the Garden Bar on Fulton and Front Street, where you’re invited to step away from the urban chaos and step into a lush garden oasis. Follow us to the Garden and have a glass of rosé at New York City’s largest outdoor bar. With food, games, drinks, and music from your favorite DJs, the Garden Bar has everything you could ask for a summertime hangout spot.
From the Food Row food trucks to Michelin Star-awarded master chefs, the Seaport has something for every foodie. But there’s no need experience it all in one day. Make South Street Seaport your go-to spot for after-work drinks, weekend relaxation, and NYC staycation fun all summer long.