The Hideaway Seaport
22 Peck Slip
(at Water)
American (Traditional), Bar
More casual than fancy

Fans of the Hideaway on Duane Street will feel right at home at the new Hideaway Seaport on Peck Slip, where Meade’s was. The Hideaway vibe is intact, to say the least: the same type of black-and-white rock-and-roll photos, the same cocktails, some of the same beers, and even some of the same staff. The major difference between the Hideaways, at least at this point, is that the Hideaway Seaport has an upstairs dining room. (Downstairs is mostly bar, with a handful of counter-height tables.) And with that dining room comes a new menu—in fact, there are even separate menus for lunch and dinner, but you could probably order from either at any time.

The Hideaway Seaport facadeThe Hideaway Seaport barThe Hideaway Seaport downstairs cornerThe Hideaway Seaport upstairs dining room service bar