Food. Community. Education. Fundraising for local schools.
The Taste of the Seaport festival is back and bigger than ever. On Saturday, October 15, more than 50 restaurants and community partners will come together to showcase the culinary diversity of lower Manhattan and support the area’s local schools, PS 397 and PS 343. This year, Blue School, Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, Manhattan Youth, Pine Street School, and Downtown Little School also join and support the Taste of the Seaport.
The celebration offers donated tastes from Seaport restaurant kitchens, including, the Tin Building by Jean-Georges, Momofuku Ssam Bar, The Paris Café, Bellini Seaport, The Fulton, Carne Mare, Il Brigante, Café Patoro and many more. Peck Slip Park performances have been donated by Warrior Bridge/CirqueHaus and neighborhood gems such as the South Street Seaport Museum are generously hosting festival participants throughout its Seaport campus. McNally Jackson is filling the cobblestones on Fulton Street with food related craft and the local hospital, fire department and pet adoption clinic will make appearances.
Tickets are sold in packs of ‘tastes’ from contributing restaurants:
$50 for 5 tastes, in advance
$60 for 5 tastes, day of
The ENTIRE community is gathering to showcase and give back on October 15th.
Be a part of it. #RaiseKindHumans
Proceeds From The Lower Manhattan Food Festival & Block Party Will Benefit PS 343 Peck Slip School and PS 397 Spruce Street School.
Saturday, October 15, 2022
Pier 16 & 17
Front Street (between Front Street and Peck Slip) and Peck Slip Park