This one is located in the South Street Seaport's Pier 17.
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The chef will open both a seafood-themed marketplace and a restaurant there in 2017.
They're "exploring ways that that can be done."
Robert LaValva says City Councilmember Margaret Chin "betrayed the community."
Howard Hughes Corp. plans to build a 50-story tower on the waterfront.
They'll have samples of those scallops, too.
A piece of New York City history will vanish if the company gains approval.
Here's one last look.
Ray Turner's weir-caught eels are typically only available at his off-the-grid shop in upstate New York.
Two public food markets must be established on site in the Seaport.
They were "packed like sardines."
Robert LaValva will discuss plans at a City Council meeting tomorrow.
The future of several Seaport restaurants is uncertain.
And the Governors Island outpost opens on July 4.
Tourists? What tourists?