The Frying Pan

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The Frying Pan is a seasonal outdoor restaurant located in Hudson River Park. A former Coast Guard ship listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is docked at a vintage railroad barge that is also home to the retired FDNY Fireboat John J. Harvey, famous for fighting the WTC fires on 9/11. This casual NYC restaurant is a hotspot for the professional after-work crowd who come to mingle and take in the waterfront views while enjoying craft beers, specialty cocktails and sangria to accompany burgers, seafood and market salads. It is also a favorite spot for company parties and events.

207 Twelfth Ave. (in Hudson River Park)
Manhattan, NY 10001
  (212) 989-6363

Cuisine
American (New)
Eclectic
Nightlife
Bar
Amenities
Bar/Lounge
Miscellaneous
Rooftop
City Views
Family Style
Outdoor Seating
Price
$$$
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