Sand meets (South St) Seaport at this riverfront paradise.. An 18,000-square-foot beach arrives at South Street Seaport, bringing mounds of pillowy sand, faux palm trees, Skee-Ball, ping-pong and a nine-hole mini golf course. To accompany your putting and sun-tanning sessions, there’s a full roster of liquid refreshments. Brews like Harpoon IPA are offered alongside glugs of wine and stiff mixed drinks--just the juice you need to wiggle your hips to the live DJs performing Thursday through Saturday eves. For downtown office workers, there’s no finer place to play hooky. And while you can wear your bikini and trunks, East River swimming is not recommended.
sooo expensive. I went to check this place out last night and it was really nice. Then I went to get a daiquiri and one bar was $12. Then the next bar was $14! When at the Seaport Side they were $5! To charge that much is rude and exploiting people who are trying to have a good time. Not cool.
Aboard a double-decker catamaran, travelers go by water to steal a fish-eye view of the city..
The New York Water Taxi is a turnstile-free way for seaside commuters to get to work. Service to dynamic New York neighborhoods also make it a convenient way to sightsee. Weekend hop-on/hop-off service gives sightseers the opportunity to board at W 44th Street, take the seafaring route to South Street Seaport, and swing by Red Hook for a Key lime pie or Harry's at Water Taxi Beach for a Motz-Burger.
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