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  • Seafood, American (Traditional)
  • Pier 66 Maritime, New York NY10011 40.746497 -74.009447
  • (At 26th St)
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  • (212) 989-6363
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

Food 2.8 Value 2.9
Service 2.4 Atmosphere 4.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 989-6363
(212) 691-7653
Major Credit Cards
Daily: 11:30am-12am
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Lunch, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties, Scenic View, Waterfront

User Reviews

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by Kalie on 05/22/2015

    Poor service

    Decent view but the service is horrible and staff are incredibly rude.

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by dd on 05/27/2014


    This was a good place back in the day. Now you have to wait on long, long lines. The service is poor to boot.

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/29/2011

    Love it

    The atmosphere of this place is wonderful. This is a perfect setting to on a date or with a group of friends. When I got there it was after 10pm, so most of the food menu was gone.. But the drinks were good. I would recommend this place to anyone.

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by The Bethel Family on 07/10/2010

    It's Got The "Wow" Factor

    Reminiscent of the set of of a "Mad Max" or "Waterworld" Movie - an assemblage of rusting steel girders, coarse welding, a morass of unconnected bits and pieces strewn hither and thither, various old somewhat down-at-heel vessels moored alongside, weird but likeable metal statues and installation art, all being swarmed over by a motley collection of 'marine typess looking as if straight from auditioning for the next Pirates of The Carribean money spinner. Really atmospheric but the day needs to be reasonably fine as this imaginatively themed pier cafe as it would not offer too much protection from unkind Hudson River weather. Not bad grub, lots of seating, good views, lots to goggle at, would be good for kids, and the toilets are a shinning example of 'nuts, bolts and little else' engineering at its very finest. A fun place for a group.

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by theburgerboycom on 08/30/2009

    Get Fried!

    Round up the friends, bust out the shades, and get ready to work on that tan down at The Frying Pan. Make sure to hit this bar and restaurant right next door to Chelsea Piers before the end of the summer nears. This outdoor and waterfront bar has a great scene with live music, great cocktails, and a view that can’t be missed. The Frying Pan burger itself is best described as one that you would find at a backyard cookout in the burbs, on a summer evening picnic dinner, cooking up one of America’s favorites. It has a distinct char grilled tasted with quality meat but slightly overcooked and well done. No reinventing the wheel here with burger toppings as the traditional lettuce, tomato, and cheese round out the meal. The burger takes a back seat to the scene at The Frying Pan but while you are there do not decline the beef as it could leave you surprised when not expecting much. Make sure to order up a side of fries to compliment your summer meal

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by Laura on 05/26/2009

    Great outdoor venue

    I disagree with the previous reviewer about the food being sub par. You are not at Nobu. It is pub fare and I loved my veggie burger. The food is great for the price. Drinks are cheap, the service is great. Bartender was so polite and quick.

  • Frying Pan

    Posted by Ande on 09/28/2008

    Closing mid-Oct.

    A great place for a beer and a burger, this old barge recently moved from 24th to 26th Street. Get there before it closes for the season. Grab a chair on the river side and enjoy view.

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