This historic 28,000-square-foot building used to be the headquarters of the Harbor Police. Built in 1886, it’s a designated New York City landmark and registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Thanks to a gigantic refurb, it’s now a multi-bar/restaurant destination, and its unparalleled views of the harbor are now open to the public. On the main floor, you’ll find the Long Hall and Oyster Bar, which is kind of the perfect pitstop after a long walk along the Hudson—though there’s also the whiskey-themed Harrison Room, complete with a really gorgeous stained-glass ceiling, and The Commissioner’s Bar, where you’ll find old-fashioned cocktails and a deep list of champagnes. Upstairs, there’s a fancy restaurant, and above that, a private event space.

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