The Seaport District is east of the Financial District along the waterway, yet an entire world away. This area of cobblestone and legacy structures gladly carries on the conventions of its nautical past, which stretches back to the mid-seventeenth-century Dutch province of New Amsterdam. Bars and cafés have an out of control, lighthearted vibe, there’s a rancher advertise on Sunday (11 am to 5 pm) in the hotter months, and proceeding with advancements at Pier 17 are returning food, business, and culture to the territory.

Discover more about the area’s long and dynamic history at the South Street Seaport Museum.

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