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.
It's just not heading back to its old Fulton Fish Market site.
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.
The Kiwi kebabs are coming back next.
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.
The bottles were likely refuse from area restaurants in the eighteenth century.
Ray Turner's weir-caught eels are typically only available at his off-the-grid shop in upstate New York.
They were "packed like sardines."
Robert LaValva will discuss plans at a City Council meeting tomorrow.
A Howard Hughes executive says the corporation is courting “great chefs from all over the world.”
They'll be selling books, pastries, and confections, as well as hosting events.
Don't worry, our handy guide will help you choose between tequila and bourbon.
Plus: an upscale steakhouse comes to the South Street Seaport, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Foosball, billiards, Ping-Pong, and La Frieda burgers at South Street Seaport.