This Easter, Hop to Tin Building for Everything

Tin Building Easter

This Easter, Hop to Tin Building for Everything

From elegant dining options to premium Easter chocolate, the Tin Building by
Jean-Georges reimagined and reinvented your holiday favorites. Elevate your Easter with Jean-Georges’s curated deliciousness!

Tin Building Easter

You’ve never tasted Easter like this! Go beyond the pink and blue to reimagine and reinvent your holiday traditions at Tin Building. Featuring extravagant baked goods, rare fresh flowers, exquisite chocolates and exceptional gifts, Jean-Georges and his team have everything you need to make this the most memorable – and most delicious – Easter ever.

Tin Building Easter

Make this your most flavorful Easter ever by celebrating with a festively “eggs-traordinary” meal at Tin Building. Choose from special brunch and dinner menus featuring unique takes on traditional holiday favorites and creative new classics crafted by Jean-Georges and his team.

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Tin Building by Jean-Georges is world-renowned Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s 53,000 square ft. culinary marketplace, inspired by the rich history of the Seaport’s Fulton Fish Market, and a tribute to the global influences found in New York City and his concepts around the world.

Tin Building welcomes guests to join them on a continuous journey of discovery, incorporating aspects of the top dining and retail experiences from around the world, each integrated thoroughly for authentic New York environment. Culinary experiences range from a French brasserie to a Seafood Restaurant, an Asian Speakeasy to a breakfast counter, in addition to several vegetarian options, a bakery, coffee shop and much more. These unique offerings are anchored by an expansive central marketplace which will offers guests carefully curated and sustainably sourced meats, cheese, produce & specialty items. The core of The Tin Building’s specialty food program is a select, premium variety of Jean-Georges branded and featured premium items ranging from sauces, oils, marinades and various ingredients to candy, chocolate, and gifts.

Sprinkled throughout is a wine bar, beer bar and casual concepts all adding to the overall bounty and excitement of the building. The design and vibrant food theater throughout Tin Building engages every one of the five senses, offering an experience unlike any other to each person that walks through the door.

Standout dining experiences showcase a taste around the world include:

  • The House of the Red Pearl, a clandestine fine dining restaurant serving Chinese inspired dishes that marry the elegance of Jean-Georges and the flavor of the East, tucked away for a feeling of discovery. Cinematic, glamorous and romantic, the design features velvet-upholstered banquettes and horseshoe-style armchairs, walls clad in gold-on-red Chinoiserie wallpaper, and softly glowing lanterns overhead. Menu items include Vegetable Peanut Tofu Skin Spring Rolls, Glazed Maine Lobster Efu Longevity Noodles and Stir-Fried Cumin Lamb with Chilis.
  • T. Brasserie, a French brasserie with Art Nouveau–style tilework, marble tabletops and counters and a contemporary take on a Moroccan tile floor celebrates the country’s classic fare. The menu spotlights various specialties including Escargots, Steak Tartare with Grilled Baguette, Rotisserie Chicken, Gruyère Cheeseburger with a Puff Pastry Bun and Pommes Frites and Dark Chocolate Mousse. A selection of noteworthy bottles includes a 1949 Vintage Cognac and 1904 Vintage Armagnac.
  • Fulton Fish Co., a seafood dining counter and restaurant with a full raw bar including Sashimi on Ice with Soy-Ginger Mustard Dipping Sauce, Oysters on the Half Shell, Fried Clams and Shrimp, Grilled Octopus with Calabrian Chili-Lemon Dressing and Fish & Chips with house-made Tartare Sauce and Lemon.
  • The Frenchman’s Dough, where freshly made pizzas and pastas are served daily with a selection of Crispy Calamari with Lemon and Salsa Verde dipping sauce, Limone Pizza which combines Preserved Lemon, Fresh Ricotta, Fontina and Parmesan Cheese and Fresh Ricotta Ravioli with Basil and Butter.
  • Seeds & Weeds, a sustainable and artisanal plant-based eatery that embraces the fresh ingredients of the day including Olive Oil Fried Artichokes, Stir-Fried Summer Beans with Yuba and Spicy Garlic Glaze and Cornmeal-Crusted Baby Trumpet Mushrooms with Grenada Pepper Dip and Pluot. The design features light, natural woods, muted geometric tiles, verdant leather banquettes, and sun-dappled plants on open shelves in the windows giving the space a bright and airy feel.
  • Shikku, an intimate 19-seat Japanese sushi and sake restaurant set in a sexy black box design with walls lined in charred shou sugi ban millwork and a dusky marble sushi counter. Menu highlights include Fresh Tofu with Sun Gold Tomatoes and Apricot Seasoning, Sesame Shrimp Cakes with Shiso and Spicy Mustard and the Chef’s 6-piece Sushi Nigiri Flight. Grab and go is located outside the main restaurant.

A true marketplace at its core, Tin Building is anchored by its market and retail offerings, sourced locally wherever possible, most notably, Central Market, full of daily rotating sustainably sourced meats, seafood, cheeses, produce and ready to eat items. Carefully curated retail offerings are integrated throughout the building in three separate outposts, emphasizing all-natural and best-in-class ingredients. Many of the specialty retail offerings will represent the strongest local variety of specialty foods and home goods available in the New York metropolitan area, in addition to showcasing national and international items from confections to olive and seed oils, snacks and bottled beverages to fine cookware and kitchen gadgetry.

The three retail outposts include:

  • Mercantile, a dry goods shop bathed in a subdued pistachio color features a new range of Jean-Georges–branded products, from mushroom Bolognese to cherry mustard and a custom line of spices in partnership with Lior Lev Sercarz’ La Boite. Notable offerings include Vitzali Coffee, the world’s only zero-carbon, wood-roasted coffee and two custom coffee blends by La Colombe, Semolina Artisanal Pasta and more.
  • Mercantile East, an Asian food boutique in eye-popping scarlet lacquer located outside of the House of Red Pearl offers over 500 unique menu items, from Bamboo Salt, a wide variety of Asian teas and various South Korean vinegars with flavors like Black Snail, Mugwort and Winter Melon.
  • Spoiled Parrot, a sweets fantasy coated in exuberant pinks showcases hand selected candies and confections with a focus on local and global purveyors, chocolates made by Jean-Georges, exclusive partnerships with Jacques Torres, Fritz Knipschildt and more. A mirrored ceiling and a swirl of globe lights echo fizzy bubbles that look good enough to eat. An ice cream counter within the shop will feature a rotating selection of house made flavors.

The marketplace emphasizes sustainability by utilizing best-in-class, environmentally friendly packaging when possible. A state-of-the-art commissary kitchen minimizes waste allowing for a more sustainable use of resources throughout the building.

Tin Building Online

You can order your favorite dishes, groceries on online by visiting www.tinbuilding.com