There’s Now a Restaurant on a Floating Barge in Greenpoint

Tugboat fries topped with barbecue pork, Cheddar, and jalapeños. Photo: Melissa Hom

This Wednesday, New York gains yet another promising seasonal restaurant: Brooklyn Barge, which boasts a restaurant, a bar, and a waterfront activity center — all on a floating barge located at the Greenpoint Terminal Market, at the end of Milton Street. Three friends, all with maritime experience, are behind the project, and they’ve built a kitchen out of a refurbished shipping container. The simple menu includes fish tacos, veggie burgers, “pork fries,” plus beer on tap and rum punch. Take a look:

Grilled fish tacos with marinated cabbage, pickled onions, Mexican crema, and cilantro on a soft corn tortilla from Hot Bread Kitchen. Photo: Melissa Hom
Crispy-chicken sandwich with kale slaw and sriracha mayo. Photo: Melissa Hom
Pork fries: cured pork belly and salsa verde. Photo: Melissa Hom
Unobstructed views of the Williamsburg Bridge and lower Manhattan skyline. Photo: Melissa Hom
The kitchen. Photo: Melissa Hom
There’s free kayaking, as well as lessons on sailing and fishing. Photo: Melissa Hom
Nice. Photo: Melissa Hom

Menu [PDF]

Brooklyn Barge, 3 Milton St., 929)337-7212

Greenpoint’s Floating Barge Restaurant