NY is home to an abundance of delicious restaurants but we're going to tell you about three places with a waterfront view that you simply must visit. There’s something serene about visiting a waterfront spot amongst the charming chaos of NYC. Whether you’re sussing out a spot for a romantic date or looking for a fun place to dine with your pals this Friday, we’ve got you covered.
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Without further ado, here are our top recommendations for waterfront dining in the big apple:
With views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge, this busy spot will impress. It’s got plenty of outdoor seating for a sunshine session in the warmer months with a side of people-watching. If you want to stay warm, head inside and enjoy their industrial-inspired modern decor.. Their American cuisine menu is home to fresh wood-fired pizzas, seriously good seafood, and meat dishes to get your taste buds popping. Did we mention their insanely awesome cocktail menu?
Did you even go out for dinner if you didn't take a selfie with a Manhattan backdrop? Located at the Seaport, this seafood restaurant is by world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. With a waterfront setting and sweeping views of Brooklyn Bridge, you’ll share this venue with all your IG followers. The Seaport's nautical history has been woven into the decor of this place - it’s super classy yet still allows you to feel connected to NY’s maritime history. Catch some lunchtime rays or head inside for a cozier experience. Their menu offers incredible caviar creations and their warm lemon zest octopus served with fresh mozzarella is to die for!
Located in Red Hook, this super cool venue overlooks Upper Bay. The decor is a talking point with fishing rods, lobster traps and even a mounted shark's head added in the mix! Get a group of friends together to check this place out for a round of putt-putt and a feast of peel-and-eat shrimp or lobster-filled steam pots. You’ll also want to grab a round of frozen daiquiris to really get the party started. Did someone say party? Yep, they have some cool party spaces available too.
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