Cheim & Read
With its stock of artists including Bill Jensen, Jannis Kounellis, Jenny Holzer and Tal R, Cheim & Read showcases everything from...
International works dot the walls at the Gagosian in Chelsea. The ever-revolving exhibits feature greats such as Julian Schnabel, Willem...
The two-masted ‘Dack hits the New York Harbor with four two-hour sails daily from May to October. The 1920s-style, 80ft Manhattan yacht...
Run by the creative team behind Sleep No More theatre, Gallow Green is a rooftop bar festooned with vines, potted plants and fairy...
The creators of hit interactive theater piece Sleep No More operate this atmospheric restaurant next door to their warehouse venue....
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Frying Pan information
Salvaged from the bottom of the sea (or at least the Chesapeake Bay), the Lightship Frying Pan and the two-tiered dockside bar where it’s parked are fine go-to spots for a sundowner. On warm days, the rustic open-air space brings in the crowds, who come to laze on deck chairs and drink ice-cold beers ($7 for a microbrew; $25 for a pitcher).
You can also come for burgers, cooked up on the sizzling grill, or just sit back and admire the fine views across the water to, uh, New Jersey.