Picnic tables, oyster stations, and a long bar in the first floor. A 60 people private room and a bar with big stained glass window in the second floor, while the third floor will feature a "loft" style event space. All with a view of 1 World Trade Center, via West Street.
You can expect Pier A to be the talk of the town throughout the summer -- the largest of its kind, and larger than any other nightclub in the tri-state.
And let's not forget, Pier A is a 126-year-old landmark which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, and was designated a New York City landmark in 1977. So don't expect any changes to its structure, especially on the outside. But without a doubt, it will be the hottest NYC spot this summer.