Taste of the Seaport Unites Lower Manhattan’s Top Restaurants for Open-Air Feast

09/14/2023 in
Taste of the Seaport Unites Lower Manhattan’s Top Restaurants for Open-Air Feast

UPDATE, Friday, September 22: Due to inclement weather, Taste of the Seaport has been postponed until November.

Loosen that belt loop a notch, because tickets are now on sale for the mouthwatering Taste of the Seaport, the food festival held annually at piers 16 and 17. On Saturday, September 23, several of Lower Manhattan’s finest kitchens will gather under their respective tents and serve up bite-size portions of their most popular dishes. Save room for an impressive array of samples from the dining rooms of Osteria del Porto, Malibu Farm, the Fulton, Cafe Patoro (we still are taking the long bet that their pao de queijo will become the next bagel), Suteshi, Tagmo, Havana Social, Keste, Industry Kitchen, Il Brigante, Fulton Stall Market, the Watermark, Stout NYC, Taim — the list goes on.    

There’s no cost for entry. All you have to do is buy “taste” tickets online or upon arrival. Sponsored by the Howard Hughes Corporation and the Seaport Museum, Taste of the Seaport runs from noon to 4 p.m. All funds support programs at two local public schools, PS 397 Spruce Street School and PS 343 Peck Slip School.  

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