According to the calendar, we still have a couple more weeks of summer. Even though Labor Day is the unofficial end of the season, there’s still a few more weeks left for summertime shenanigans. Eating outside is a popular summer-ish thing to do. There are quite a few rooftop and curbside establishments that are must-visits in New York City. Even though it’s not on a curb or a roof, Pilot is definitely a must-visit before summer’s end.
Pilot is the waterside offspring to Grand Banks restaurant in Manhattan. Pilot is situated on an old ship that sits in the waters off Brooklyn Bridge Park pier. The permanently docked Schooner hosts a stunning view of New York City which is the perfect accessory when dining. Sitting for a sunset meal with friends after work is a great way to end the day. The menu offers up a bevy of summertime favorites such as lobster rolls, East Coast oysters, and ceviche that are the perfect end-0f-summer dishes. If you’re still trying to get your summer on, Pilot just might be the place for you.
Pilot Pier 6, Brooklyn Bridge Park Brooklyn, NY 11201