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Waterfront Destination Baylander Steel Beach Has Reopened for the Season

Updated: May 29


Baylander Steel Beach, a restaurant and bar on a former U.S. Navy ship, reopens this week.
Baylander Steel Beach, a restaurant and bar on a former U.S. Navy ship, just reopened.

One of Harlem's best warm-weather destinations just reopened for the season.


Baylander Steel Beach, the restaurant and bar located on the deck of a decommissioned U.S. Navy ship, resumed service on Thursday, April 25.


The one-of-a-kind waterfront spot is back with a pub grub menu that includes beer battered fish tacos, Impossible nachos, and lobster rolls—plus popular cocktails like the Steel Beach Margarita (aka "that Patron drink") and the Sunset Spritz.


You can even bring your dog—if it's well-behaved.


The ship is moored right off the West Harlem Piers by 125th Street and the Hudson River.


Hours are Tuesday-Friday 3pm-9pm; Saturday & Sunday noon-9pm.


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wayne kunde
wayne kunde
Jul 02

At the intersection of 125th Street and the Hudson River, the ship is docked directly close to the West Harlem Piers. gorilla tag


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