Openings: The Iconic River Cafe Makes a Comeback

By Kelly Dobkin
February 17, 2014

The River Cafe, one of NYC's most iconic restaurants, was forced to close its doors in 2012, due to extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy. Now, after a 15-month hiatus, the DUMBO eatery has rebuilt and reopened, restoring the same magical waterfront views and classic American fare. Get the full story on the reopening first hand from owner Buzzy O'Keeffe in the clip above.

Places Mentioned

The River Café

American • DUMBO

Food26 Decor27 Service26 Cost$150
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