- RrobivipWashington, D.C. Area •6 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoThe Food and service were excellent. Especially enjoyed the crunchy rice.More infoBlue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill - Financial DistrictPrice: Moderate• Japanese• Financial District•4.8
- JJuan1 review4.0Dined on Nov 15, 2023Service was very good but food was underwhelming a bit, for a high end steakhouse.More infoMarkJoseph SteakhousePrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Financial District•4.4
- CVCVB13vipNew York / Tri-State Area •37 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Amazing! Food is incredible, obviously, but I was also very pleased with the servers! The host(ess)s can be a little snobby, but that’s almost expected. Overall, it’s pricey, but was absolutely worth it. We’ll be back 😜More infoNobu Downtown | RestaurantPrice: Very Expensive• Japanese• Financial District•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipSan Francisco Bay Area •5 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Nice location, great music, and delicious food. Enjoyed nachos and pizza. Definitely coming back.More infoIndustry KitchenPrice: Moderate• American• South Street Seaport•4.6
- AKAndreaKNew York / Tri-State Area •13 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023It was as always a wonderful experience. One appetizer was forgotten and the staff apologized 2-3x and the wait was 2 mins. It was so well handled. Still a little pricey, but, everything else is fantastic!More infoThe OdeonPrice: Expensive• French• TriBeCa - Downtown•4.8
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Sometimes, Manhattan can seem more like a concrete jungle than an island, but the South Street Seaport is a reminder that the water isn’t far away. Rebranded as the Seaport District, the downtown district is rolling out 400,000-square-feet of new space, including a fresh set of new restaurants. You can always find a solid oyster from the nearby Long Island Sound, and now the reimagined area will feature a smorgasbord of food trucks, a new outdoor garden bar, a 50,000 square-foot seafood market in the historic building next to Pier 17, and more. Whatever you’re into, keep a lemon wedge and cocktail sauce close by.
Frequently asked questions
The best reviewed restaurant in South Street Seaport is Barbalu