5 Waterfront Restaurants You Can't Miss Out On

Alexandra Reconco

While we love a rooftop bar, one of the best restaurants around New York CIty are ones with waterfront views! Perfect for year-round dining these restaurants are great for romantic dates or casual after-work eating. With views from different boroughs, you don;t have to be in Manhattan to take in the city views and we’ve got you covered on where to eat this weekend.

The Sentry at the American Copper Buildings

 The Sentry is a new members-only pool that's making a splash in NYC. The Sentry is housed high atop the iconic American Copper Buildings, and has amazing views and amenities. This amenity driven social club was made for people who move things, make things, create things and shake things up. The private rooftop has a capacity for over 200 guests and is available for private events. This membership club is experience driven and offers morning yoga classes, pool meditations and guided astronomy sessions, making it a breath of fresh air from what the other New York membership clubs have become. A Day Menu and a Night Menu is brought to you by Hole in the Wall’s Executive Chef Brent Hudson, incorporating a kaleidoscope of Aussie and Asian influences to create innovative pairings and signature dishes that burst with color and flavors.

Located at 626 1st Avenue

Surf City

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 Beach Bar in Jersey City has a Key West attitude with a NY/NJ latitude.  The frozen drink machines work on overdrive throughout the summer season and this year Executive Chef Franco Robazetti has introduced a raw bar that will now serve up sushi, sushi tacos and poke bowls in addition to his other delicious surf and turf offerings. The bar has gorgeous views of the NYC skyline and Statue of Liberty complete with a sandy beach, fire pit, shuffleboard court and adults only area.

Located at 1 Marin Boulevard



Molos Restaurant is a Greek and Mediterranean inspired seafood dining experience that is located in Weehawken, New Jersey. Located on the Hudson River, this two-story restaurant overlooks the New York City skyline. Some signature dishes worth trying includes the whole fish, the saganaki flame and the fresh seafood. Molos’ mission is to offer its guests with the freshest seafood available, prepared with uncompromising quality while embodying the quality and pride epitomized by the generations of fishermen from the Mediterranean Sea.

Located at 1 Pershing Road

Industry Kitchen


Steps away from the water’s edge, Industry Kitchen is along the East River and next to the historic South Street Seaport. This stunning and upscale restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating with unobstructed views of the Brooklyn and Williamsburg bridges and the Brooklyn skyline. Industry Kitchen is a modern American restaurant that is based on seasonal market ingredients and classic New York dishes like wood oven-grilled pizza.

Located at 70 South Street

Cecconi’s DUMBO


A classic Italian restaurant with waterfront views of the Manhattan Skyline, Cecconi’s DUMBO, serves high end cuisine that is worth a visit. Serving hand-made pasta, seafood and dishes from Italy, Cecconi’s uses the finest ingredients to make spectacular dishes. The wonderful food is complemented by the stunning views and an even more stunning interior and exterior.

Located at 55 Water Street

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