Welcome to The Waterfront NYC

As an upscale, casual, new American restaurant, we invite you to
experience the best of the Bronx’s up-and-coming culinary scene.

Nestled at the foot of the Whitestone Bridge, where New York City’s East River meets the Long Island Sound, sits our elegant Waterfront restaurant that overlooks the award-winning golf course at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point. With sweeping views everywhere you turn, this scenic environment is celebrated for its exquisite atmosphere, world-class service, and delicious New-American cuisine.

Our restaurant boasts an assortment of local craft beers that pair perfectly with our mouthwatering burger and sandwich selections from our lunch menu. From the dinner menu, we offer guests delectably seasoned dishes that are complemented by an elegant selection of wines. At our sprawling 30-foot marble bar adorned with three 90 inch TV’s, guests enjoy hand-crafted seasonal cocktails to satisfy the most discerning taste buds.

Open to the public, The Waterfront NYC welcomes all as one of the city’s most spectacular dining destinations.

Executive Chef - Jeremie Tomczak

Chef Jeremie Tomczak, has worked closely for more than a decade with some of New York’s most influential chefs while developing a personal approach towards food and the dining experience. Born and raised in Wisconsin, he first moved to New York in 1999 to work for Laurent Tourendel at Cello (NYT 3 stars) before moving on to Aquavit (NYT 3 stars) under Nils Norén and Marcus Samuelsson. He was Sous Chef for the Philadelphia restaurant Washington Square that Marcus opened for Stephen Starr, returning to New York in 2005 to assume the same position at Aquavit. In 2010, he was selected among 12 other candidates to compete in the Bocuse d’Or USA competition for a chance to represent the United States against 30 other countries in culinary skills and creative vision. Tomczak left the FCI to become the Executive Chef of the Highliner, formerly the Empire Diner, designing both the menu and the kitchen. In 2011, he returned to work with Samuelsson and Norén at the Red Rooster Harlem (NYT 2 stars) to become the opening Chef de Cuisine at its restaurant and music venue downstairs, Ginny’s Supperclub. In 2014, the dream of owning and operating his own restaurant came to fruition with the opening of King Bee in the East Village. We are excited to announce Jeremie as the new Executive Chef of The Waterfront NYC, where he will bring his vast knowledge of different cuisines & flavors to share with all those who visit our highly anticipated new restaurant.

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