Located where Battery Park meets the Hudson River, Pier A Harbor House is a 28,000-square foot, multi-experiential food and beverage destination with Manhattan’s finest sunsets and water views. The first floor is a free-flowing space designed for convivial eating and drinking, surrounded by a promenade with tables for outdoor dining.
The second floor gives way to a multi-room, fine dining experience inspired by the Hudson River Valley foodshed, complete with an intimate cocktail bar. The third floor, which offers unparalleled views of the Lower Manhattan waterfront and Financial District skyline, is dedicated to special events.
Pier A is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated New York City landmark. Opening in 1886 as the headquarters for the New York Harbor Police and Department of Docks, Pier A later served as the VIP entrance for European Ambassadors traveling to Ellis Island and as the main station for the Marine Division of the New York City Fire Department.
The Long Hall is a free-flowing space designed for convivial eating and drinking, surrounded by a promenade with tables for outdoor dining.
The bar's nautical theme pays tribute to the pier’s rich history by incorporating the building’s original search light, starboard/port lights and restored gauges into the design.
the oyster bar
The Oyster Bar offers guests a draught pint, a bottle of craft beer or house cocktails with stunning views over the Hudson River.
The Oyster Bar can be booked for private events and gatherings. Contact our events team here to find out more.
the Commissioner's Bar
Welcome to the Commissioner's Bar at Pier A Harbor House.
This magnificent teak bar has hosted the Commissioners of Immigrartion, Harbor Police and Fire Department for the past century. The Commissioner's Bar offers aperitif-driven cocktails with Old World accents, as well as full selection of great Champagnes. The intimate balcony offers panoramic views of the New York harbor and the Hudson River, with direct sight lines to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Governor's Island.