After a three-year restoration, Pier A Harbor House has officially opened for business. The 28,000-square foot location, just steps away from where Battery Park meets the Hudson River, Pier A Harbor House offers some of the most breathtaking views of New York City’s water and sunsets. Spanning three floors, the restaurant stands as a New York City landmark. Once dubbed a “crumbling wreck”, Harry and Peter Poulakakos’s stunning restaurant megaplex now stands as a beautiful construction of art and architecture. The 128-year-old building used to house the city’s dock department, but now features The Commodore Room, The Harrison Room, a Hudson-Valley inspired restaurant, and a private event space. Seating for 400 is available inside, while an outdoor terrace is expected for warmer temperatures.
Photos by Max Touhey.