Waterfront Beer Hall & Restaurant in Historic NYC: Pier A Harbor...
Waterfront Beer Hall & Restaurant in Historic NYC: Pier A Harbor
Built in 1886 and originally began as the headquarters of the New York Harbor Police, the Pier A Harbor House is a 28,000 sq-ft landmark architecture that put out a multi-level expanse of food and drinks along with a scenic sun-soaked deck for outdoor seating.
Inspired by the same folks who recreated the Victorian bar Dead Rabbits in FiDi, the 128 year-old Pier A building is decorated with maritime theme throughout. Ground floor is a magnificent beer-hall sporting one of the longest bars ever created (allegedly) with open raw bar as well as meat items and cooked seafood dishes like pork bratwurst, pot of mussels, fish & chips, variation on sliders and clam chowder.
The menu items appear best enjoyed with the selections of craft beers on tap. Try the fries and oysters or the Chokes and Cheese dip as part of your beer snacks.
Second floor provides finer dining experience and a more intimate cocktail bar while the top floor, also known as "The Loft" is reserved for special events and large parties.
All levels boasting charming view of the Lower Manhattan waterfront, the Hudson River, New Jersey skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
photo credit: Pier A