This summer, master chefs from across the country are arriving at the Seaport Food Lab, each giving New York a taste of their culinary mastery with exclusive two-week residencies. Get in early for this unique dining experience and witness the most sought-after chefs flex their creative muscle with never-before-tasted dishes. A portion of ticket proceeds benefits the South Street Seaport Museum.
Paul Kahan, Cosmo Goss + Erling Wu-Bower - JUNE 20 - JULY 2 Hugh Acheson - JULY 9 - 21 Alon Shaya - JULY 30 - AUG 12 Jessica Koslow - AUG 20 - SEPT 2 Dale Talde - SEPT 10 - 23 Wylie Dufresne - SEPT 29 - OCT 11
Chef Jessica Koslow of LA’s madly popular SQIRL is bringing her secret formula for fresh, breakfast-all-day delicacies to Seaport Food Lab this summer. Sample some of her famous fare, along with the very first taste of her newest culinary venture, Tel, opening next year. Join her August 20 - September 2. Limited seating available. Book your table today
Popular Top Chef contestant Dale Talde is showcasing a new menu of his inventive Asian-American favorites this summer at Seaport Food Lab. The award-winning chef and owner of some of NYC’s hottest restaurants is only here for two weeks! September 10 to 23. Booking coming soon.
New Orleans’ brightest star chef, Alon Shaya, brought his menu of Israeli-inspired dishes to NYC's Seaport Food Lab this summer. The James Beard Award recipient and Esquire Magazine “Best New Restaurant” winner shared his award-winning flair for Mediterranean dishes with great success.
Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson brought his award winning Southern dishes to the Seaport Food Lab. A six-time James Beard nominee for Best Chef Southeast, he is also the man behind several critically-acclaimed restaurants throughout Georgia. His signature Atlanta style combines the beauty of the South with the flavors of Europe.
Paul Kahan, Cosmo Goss + Erling Wu-Bower joined forces and created an exclusive menu to kick off the Seaport Food Lab. Their award winning upscale Midwestern cuisine took the Chicago culinary scene by storm. At the Seaport Food Lab, they introduced their new invention: Pacific Standard Time.
After months at sea, Mr. Cannon found himself on the shores of NYC in 1817. Wandering along the Seaport’s cobbled streets, he stumbled into a secret door in an alleyway. In his little hideout, Mr. Cannon created the most infamous bar at the Seaport. Location? It’s a secret.Contact us to discover more