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Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Open Restaurant, Food Market at South Street Seaport in Manhattan

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Both concepts are scheduled to open in 2017.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the four-star chef of the eponymous Jean-Georges in New York City, has announced a partnership with the Howard Hughes Corporation that will debut in 2017 at South Street Seaport in New York City.

Vongerichten will be at the helm of a new flagship restaurant for the Seaport District, along with a fresh seafood market inspired by the original Fulton Fish Market.

The seafood-driven restaurant will be located within the new Pier 17 building, which is currently under construction. Upon completion, the Pier 17 building will feature 80 new shops and restaurants within 365,000 square feet.

“As someone who looked forward to sourcing fish daily at the Fulton Fish Market at the Seaport and has watched the area lose its relevance over the last decade, I am honored to be a part of this catalytic transformation,” Vongerichten said in a statement. “My two new concepts will reestablish the city’s cherished connection to the waterfront.”


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


Andrew Carmellini Joins Pack of A-List Chefs Opening at NYC's South Street Seaport

Carmellini's new restaurant opens next year in the Pier 17 complex, which will begin launching in April.

The South Street Seaport is quickly becoming one of NYC&aposs hottest dining destinations, with several highly anticipated openings on the way.

Andrew Carmellini—James Beard Award-winning chef behind NY restaurants Locanda Verde, Westlight, Leuca and Lafayette—is the latest addition to the neighborhood&aposs impressive roster of openings, according to a new report in the New York Post. The chef, who is swiftly building his own restaurant empire, will helm a yet-to-be-named concept in Pier 17, a sparkling four-story building that’s been called the 𠇌rown jewel” of the lower Manhattan neighborhood. He’ll be joining Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang under the same roof, who will have restaurants of their own.

Vongerichten will be opening a 50,000-square-foot seafood market, a throwback to “Seaport’s rich history as a center of food and commerce,” the development’s website says. Chang, who most recently launched Majordōmo in L.A., and has been staying busy as a food correspondent at the PyeongChang Olympics, has yet to talk about about the forthcoming addition to his Momofuku empire.

Vegan fast casual concept By Chloe will also have a location at the Seaport. Hospitality heavyweights Cipriani brothers�st known for their hotels abroad, but who recently launched in L.A.—will have a Mr. C hotel with a restaurant there, as well. It’s set to open April 15th.

The Seaport district has also been hosting restaurant pop-ups: last summer its Seaport Food Lab was home to celeb chefs like Georgia-based Hugh Acheson and L.A.’s Jessica Koslow. New York’s Wylie Dufresne and Top Chef alum Dale Talde also participated all chefs were spotlighted in two week residences. It’s unclear what future pop-ups will look like, but by the time the whole complex is finished�veloper Howard Hughes has been working on it since 2010—it’s looking like it’ll be one of the city’s most talked about dining destinations.

Food & Wine has reached out to Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality Group and The Howard Hughes Corporation for comment.


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