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Frying Pan is an Historic Lightship Currently Moored at Pier 66 Maritime serving as a Summer seasonally operated floating restaurant and bar. We are currently closed for 2018 and look forward to serving you again in Spring 2019.
$10 - $50
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Accepts Credit Cards
This is the place to be on a nice day. Very laid back - you order drinks and food at the bar area. You can sit anywhere which is great! Burger is amazing. Bathrooms are clean. The kitchen staff is well organized and it is...More
Walked over one to Pier 66 12th@26th access of the Hudson Greenway. Frying Pan is an old barge serving food and beer. Fish and chips was excellent. The multi decked large seating area there is room for everyone. Best time to go is after dark...More
The Frying Pan is an old lighthouse ship transformen into a floating restaurant, it has a long and interesting story which you can read before boarding. The food onboard is of a fine quality, served in a reasonable speed. All in all a very fine...More
We were visiting from the UK and quite literally 'stumbled' upon this wonderful boat/bar/restaurant whilst on a walk down the Hudson trying to escape the 'madness' of Downtown New York and looking for some peace and quiet. What a wonderful find it was, we had...More
Great place for beers and cocktails if you can find seating as this venue gets a little crowded. The views are splendid. I wouldn't order any food from the bar as the service would be lackluster.
5 Stars for the beer and views. Much better...More
Lovely location with such huge potential.
Most people just drinking at 8pm should have been the warning sign.
In retrospect it was good news that all the seafood specialities were not available (although this really disappointed us at first). As they would probably have been...More
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