Check Out The Menu Items For This Season’s Rooftop Dining At Pier 17

11/17/2021 in
Check Out The Menu Items For This Season’s Rooftop Dining At Pier 17

With winter on its way, Pier 17 is using the cooling temps as an excuse to bring back its winter edition of The Greens, its seasonal rooftop dining concept. A reservation nets you your own 10-person-max rooftop cabin (there are 32 altogether), replete with banquette seating, a virtual fireplace, electric heating and other cold weather-friendly decor. 

COVID mitigation is a top priority, and hygienic measures include proof of vaccination, distanced seating, air purifiers, hand sanitizers and touchless mobile ordering, so you can safely enjoy seasonally-themed dishes and cocktails like mushroom risotto, hot smoked toddies, mulled cider and chipotle beef stew. 

The Greens is open seven days a week starting November 22, and reservation fees start at $20; you can book a cabin one week in advance on Pier 17’s website, and below check out a sampling of some of the new menu items.

Southern

·       Buttermilk Fried Chicken with mashed potatoes and chipotle gravy

·       Gooey Mac ‘n Cheese with aged white cheddar, crispy panko, and chives

Japanese

·       Tuna Maki Roll with spicy chili emulsion, sesame seeds, and shiso

·       Soy Braised Beef Short Rib withglazed egg noodles, carrot, and cabbage

Latin

·       Fluke Ceviche with citrus, red onion, avocado, and herbs

·       Crispy Fish Taco with napa cabbage slaw and chipotle mayonnaise

·       Arroz Con Pollo with salsa matcha, pickled chili, cilantro, and lemon

Vegan

·       Red Lentil Soup with fall vegetables, fennel, and crispy seeds

·       Caramelized Butternut Squash with pumpkin seed emulsion, quinoa, and pumpkin seed gremolata

·       Roasted Cauliflower Wedge with couscous, turmeric tahini, and sesame-pistachio crumble

photo: Keeyahtay Lewis / Howard Hughes Corporation

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