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Trading Post NYC
170 John Street
New York, NY 10038
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Trading Post NYC Details
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
American, Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Full Bar, Late Night, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Private Party Facilities:
We have Private rooms that can accommodate intimate parties of 8, up to larger gatherings of 250.
Private Party Contact:
John Higgins (646) 418-2502
2,3,4,5,A,C,J,Z Subways to Fulton St.
We have two parking lots on the same block as our Restaurant and Bar.
A word from Trading Post NYC
The Trading Post is a classic American Restaurant and Bar. With a nod to our landmarked location in an elegantly restored 1840 Greek Revival building; our Menus will take you on a tour of trading routes both past and present-day.
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Food was seemingly fresh, well
prepared and warm. Food is always hot and cooked appropriately. Food is also very good, from the meat and cheese boards, to the hamburger, mussels and buratta. They give you plenty of tie if you want to linger. Drinks are a bit expensive and they sadly do not offer buybacks. I've been going there once per week since they opened with my wife and then this week I went with my buddies. You might think they might have bought me a round for such loyalty. Nothing. No acknowledgment Perhaps it's a rudderless ship with no management in sight. Service typically efficient, is subpar or nonexistent when seated in an out-of-the-way area."
Dined on 8/6/2014
Wait staff was friendly and
capable, but stretched thin -- meals arrived different times and beer took to long to get to table. but the meal was very good."
Dined on 7/31/2014
enjoyed sliders, fries,flatbread.
personable bartender, .ate at the bar but the property does have a cozy room downstairs as well as a dining room. worth the trip"
Dined on 7/5/2014
I was surprised how busy this
place was on a Tuesday. Food was good. Service was slow."
Dined on 7/1/2014
What a great find during our
recent weekend in the city! Walked from Tribeca all the way to South and John for a stunning view of the Brooklyn Bridge at twilight. Decided to eat here at a window seat. After an amazingly crafted Manhattan, we ordered the chorizo and mussels in lemon and thyme broth. Seriously THE best mussels I've EVER had. Entrees of skirt steak and shrimp were well prepared as well. A definite winner all around!"
Dined on 6/28/2014
From the decor to the food, this
place was a "win" on all accounts. My date and I split the PBLT sliders (amazing) and had the spicy shrimp/avocado flatbread and special for dinner. What was the special you ask? Flatiron steak with foie gras and truffles over a bed of spinach and asparagus. Whoa. This place was ah-mazing."
Dined on 6/19/2014
First time we tried it. Very good
food and service. Will be back. Ask for Table 1 if you are doing a business lunch or dinner."
Dined on 6/17/2014
Sorry to say, but it was better
when it was The Yankee Clipper. For full write-up go to www.celluloidclub.blogspot.com."
Dined on 6/13/2014
Went there for a lunch with
clients. Wasn't too loud or busy, they had us in a smaller room which was greatly appreciated m server was attentive and the food was served quickly."
Dined on 6/9/2014
Great spot! The food is excellent!
I've eaten there many times and I've never tasted anything that wasn't incredible! The decor of the restaurant is beautiful and there is an incredible room upstairs that would be perfect for an event/dinner for about 50/60 people. They have just added outdoor seating also just in time for summer! I can't say enough good things about this place! Best restaurant in the seaport as far as I'm concerned!"
Dined on 6/5/2014
STOPPED ON THE WAY HOME TO
ROCKAWAY ON THE FERRY AND FOUND THIS PLACE IN MARCH. CAME BACK FOR DINNER AND DRINKS. THE FOOD WAS TERRIFIC. I HAD THE SCOTTISH SALMON AND MY WIFE THE SIRLOIN STEAK BOTH WERE WINNERS. THERE WAS AN EVENT GOING ON IN THE BAR BUT WE COULD STILL CONVERSE. SERVICE WAS VERY GOOD. OVERALL A GREAT NIGHT. WE'LL BE BACK."
Dined on 6/5/2014
The food was tasty! I had a wedge
salad and steak. It was well seasoned and cooked as ordered. Being next to the water provides a great opportunity for a walk after dinner. The downside is that the hostess was a bit rude. I will give her the benefit of the doubt and say that she was having a bad day. She didn't feel like helping me find the party I was meeting, or alerting me that there was a room at the very front of the restaurant that you won't notice if you don't know it exists. I was going to ask her for a knife because our waitress hadn't come by in a while, but when I approached her before I could make my request she snarked that "it was downstairs to the right" assuming I was looking for the bathroom. She was just unpleasant."
Dined on 5/3/2014
We had a great moment on this
restaurant. Nice place and good service. "
Dined on 4/25/2014
This is a really nice restaurant
with good prices, good food and nice ambience. There are upstairs and downstairs bars, and the dining rooms are dimly-lit, but not too dim - just right. The shrimp cocktail was fresh (not pre-frozen) and the bass was very good. I would also recommend the lobster mac and cheese."
Dined on 4/23/2014
We were a little concerned,
considering how close this restaurant was to the Fulton Market and Pier 17, we thought it may be a tourist trap. FYI: No kids menu....But it was really great! Service was very good and my daughter said it was the best burger ever! I had the beet salad which was a huge portion of beets, probably could have split that with someone and got a bowl of soup too. The bread was delicious, especially the raisin &. Fennel roll. Overall a very good lunch and a place we will plan to return to soon. "
Dined on 4/21/2014
Just west of the Seaport, this is
a great spot for lunch. Dark glossy woods/interior (trading post? sort of nautical looking and comfortable...) and good space between the tables. Made for a good business lunch, as we could actually hear each other. Lobster BLT was a crowd pleaser, and a chicken kale salad was very tasty."
Dined on 4/7/2014
This is great spot for casual and
business dining - have enjoyed both lunch and dinner a number of times. I brought fairly large groups twice and everyone loved it. Can be noisy when the after-work crowd fills the bar area. Has cosy niche spaces for romantic dining. Upstairs feels like a library and is usually quieter."
Dined on 3/31/2014
Perhaps we were expecting too
much, but we found the Trading Post to be just OK. Nothing wrong, but nothing exceptional, either. Perhaps we went with expectations too high? But, the razor clams, while pretty good, didn't have a lot of clams in them. My colossal shrimp entrée had exactly 4 good sized, but not colossal, shrimp. And they weren't that crisp texture really fresh shrimp has. Again, not bad, but not great, either. The penne special with chicken was bland. The service was fine, but only that. Waitress took our order, the food came, and we got the check. We did like the décor. Lots of little places to sit and eat where you aren't right on top of the table next to you. But, overall, I probably won't go back. It just wasn't special."
Dined on 3/15/2014
Fantastic mussels! The chicken was
cooked perfectly...moist on the inside with a crispy skin and the truffle potatoes were the perfect complement. My husband's short ribs were also amazing, rich and tender. Adam, our waiter, was fantastic and added to the entire evening. We'll definitely go back next time we're in New York."
Dined on 3/7/2014
The place is a newly renovated
cross between a pub a saloon and a speak easy with lots of secret enclaves leather chairs and wood panelling. It's lively in the bar or white table cloth upstairs. The service is great. The food is as good or better than anything else in the area. Try the cheese sample....perfect."
Dined on 3/6/2014
This beautiful bar/restaurant has
a fresh menu and great beer selection. Ambience is cozy and elegant. You can choose quiet and private or talk in the bar. Kale salad was fresh and delicious and sides were excellent. Will return."
Dined on 2/25/2014
What sounded amazing in print was
just good. Pork Belly sliders- how can you miss? But the pork belly was overcooked instead of soft with a crispy finish- it was a bit chewy and overcooking makes it lose its flavor. The sauce was pretty good, so it just missed. The beet salad promised goat cheese, I thought, but bits of blue cheese were thrown in. Disconcerting, even though I like both cheeses... I don't like them mixed. It's close to my apartment in lower Manhattan, so I was a little bummed that it's not fit for a discerning foodie such as myself. But my friend liked her lobster mac n cheese. The Super Tuscan wine was delicious, too, and the prices were reasonable."
Dined on 2/4/2014
Quick service, great for a
mid-week treat! Lobster BLT is awesome! Service was quick, servers polite and efficient! I will return to try more dishes. BTW- menu is separated into small dishes and large dishes to make your selection easier."
Dined on 1/23/2014
This place was a good dinner out
with a friend. The service was and the ambience was definitely something I enjoyed especially on a wednesday night. Probably a good after work drinks spot too."
Dined on 1/22/2014
Really love the ambience in the
beautifully renovated space. This place used to be the Yankee Clipper which had a lot of history for those of us who are in the insurance business! Great place for a date of afterwork drinks with colleagues."
Dined on 1/17/2014
I took a friend from my country
and we had a great time there! Both wine and food, especially seafood appetizers were great. And great steak. Staff there was attentive. Hope they keep this restaurant forever!"
Dined on 1/3/2014
A bit off the beaten track, almost
to South Street on John, but a great spot. It balance seemingly contradicting characteristics in perfect harmony. It's full of cozy nooks for romantic cuddling or small groups but within a huge space if you want to have a big party. Also, it has a large full bar along with the scene, especially after work, but can go there just for a dinner with truly excellent food, from a spectacular raw bar, to slow braised short ribs, classic dishes, and a super lobster mac that's called a side, but is rich and filling. It's decor is suited to the "old seaport" in a long, old, low rise building lined with dark wood paneling in line with its "trading post" name but without being too theme-y."
Dined on 12/31/2013
...maybe throw a new chef in with
the deal, too. This place really needs to bring up its game if it's going to make it."
Dined on 12/20/2013
We went to TP as a group of 9
because for the neighborhood it had a menu with a nice range at not ridiculous prices. Maybe they can't handle larger parties but the service was distinctly lacking. A t least one order (mine) arrived cold and it was a chore to get beverage orders filled (much less correctly) or otherwise get attention from the staff. I liked the room.I wanted to like the food. Based on this visit, I just don't know that I'd tell anyone to spend money there."
Dined on 12/17/2013
Reservations were easy to make, I
called ahead and let the restaurant know this would be a special occasion dinner so the reserved a booth -- a little tucked away private area for me and my party. I cannot say enough nice things about the service leading up to and during dinner, and everything we ate was amazing. Really highly recommend this place. Classy, cozy and the menu is fantastic."
Dined on 12/13/2013
I highly recommend Trading Post.
Everything we ate was delicious and we love the atmosphere."
Dined on 12/7/2013
I went there for the first time
with colleagues and enjoyed it very much; very close to the office with good menu selection."
Dined on 12/4/2013
Had a great Thanksgiving dinner.
Everyone enjoyed their meal. We will be back again. Can't wait to have brunch here."
Dined on 11/28/2013
Downtown lunch dining options are
limited. Trading Post is an excellent addition. Food is super, service good, and ambience is great if you are seated in the back - very private and quiet. Try the duck pappadelle!"
Dined on 11/19/2013
So, we ordered brunch and asked
for a platter of Oysters and Jumbo Shrimp as our appetizer. About 30 minutes later, our brunch order arrived (one of which was incorrect). And then about 5 minutes afterward, our appetizer arrived. We told the waitress we no longer needed an appetizer as our brunch orders had already been delivered and she graciously took it back."
Dined on 11/10/2013
We were seated in the upstairs
section which for the nite was not good placement for our date nite. Service was kind and friendly, but slow. They had a large party going on and the noise seemed to din and dull based on the conversation at hand from their table. Not a large menu. We are used to more selections. Overall ok. Wine by the glass came in a mini carafe and a good selection! We went straight to entrees since we had a show to catch. Had the lobster Mac n cheese ( taste much better if you're eating them together). Flatbread spicy shrimp and the pork chop. For dessert we had the apple cobbler (which took a while to get) but worth the wait! Overall ok! Not dying to go back, but would."
Dined on 11/8/2013
The second time we ate at the
Trading Post, we were seated upstairs, which was warm, inviting and much quieter than the main level. This is a great alternative, if you are not interested in the bar scene. We enjoyed the food and the service."
Dined on 11/8/2013
I attended a group event at
Trading Post - the service was great and the food was really wonderful. They had a great mix of appetizers and they were all terrific. I made a reservation for a business lunch a few days later. They seated us in the bar and it was very loud and the service was very slow. The waitress was working hard and was pleasant and capapble but it appeared that they did not have enough servers for the very busy lunch rush. Also - there was a very loud group of tourists right next to us so it was difficult to converse. The steak on the steak salad was a little overcooked but the lobster mac and cheese was great."
Dined on 11/6/2013
Everything we had was substantial,
from the reimagined razor clams with cubes of bacon & butternut squash to the not-to-be-missed lobster mac & cheese (had almost a full lobster in there for a side dish!) and the rock shrimp risotto special was great too. Service was great, friendly staff. We'll certainly be back!"
Dined on 11/3/2013
Excellent food and menu. Great if
you work in the Financial District and need a restaurant to brink clients. Food was outstanding."
Dined on 10/21/2013
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