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Taste of the Seaport

South Street Seaport Showcases Tribeca & Lower East Side Restaurants

taste of s st seaport nycOctober 17, 2015 / South Street Seaport Tribeca Neighborhood / Tribeca Restaurants / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

I went to browse through the Taste of the Seaport, which was held at the South Street Seaport from 11 am to 4 pm. It was a cool sunny autumnal day in mid October as I made my way toward the East River downtown.

South Street Seaport Downtown NYC

The South Street Seaport is a popular destination that attracts both locals and tourists. It's location, just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, with its sweeping waterfront views, is also a docking destination for boat tours and ferries. And the South Street Seaport restaurants are both plentiful and varied.

Since I arrived early afternoon, I didn't have much time to do more than a quick sweep of the Taste of the Seaport and hence - unfortunately - didn't get much of a chance to converse much with the local restaurateurs. There were a lot of food booths - 37 in all - lining Front Street all the way up to Peck Slip.

Click here to read the rest of our report on the Taste of the South Street Seaport.


Taste of the Seaport

South Street Seaport Showcases Tribeca & Lower East Side Restaurants

October 17, 2015 / South Street Seaport Tribeca Neighborhood / Tribeca Restaurants / Manhattan Buzz NYC. Continued.

El Luchador & Cedar Local - South Street Seaport Restaurants & Bars

south street seaport restaurants bars nycI did manage to stop and chat at a couple of food booths, one hosting the offerings of El Luchador Taqueria and the second providing a taste of Cedar Local. El Luchador is located at 87 South Street [646-398-7499 / 646-398-7652] and was serving Mexican fare including a beef taco which is shown to your right. El Luchador opened in 2014 and serves Mexican street fare.

The second stop was Cedar Local located at 25 Cedar Street [212.344.3467] which serves spirits and bites. Cedar Local is essentially an after hours happy hour place that also serves 'bites' late into the evening.

After the event I walked over to the docks to take in the panoramic view of the East River and Brooklyn Bridge. There's a small South Street Seaport Museum there, but it wasn't open at the time.

Taste of the Seaport NYC - Organizers & Sponsors

This was the 6th annual Taste of the Seaport [it started in 2010] and the event was organized by www.TasteoftheSeaport.org and sponsored by a number of downtown NYC organizations and businesses serving the Downtown NYC & Tribeca neighborhoods.

Click here to browse through a mix of Downtown NYC food festivals & Tribeca restaurants reviewed.




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