South Street Seaport is a historic area that once served as the outpost for the Dutch East India Company starting as early as 1625. In recent years, the neighborhood has become a hotspot for dinner and drinks, and is the perfect place to stroll the harbor for views of the water, the bridges, Brooklyn, and even some maritime antiques. After being hit by Sandy, South Street Seaport has come back stronger than ever with a lot of new commercial development that fuses perfectly with the cobblestone streets and old architecture. Check out our top 10 picks in this truly unique (and fun!) neighborhood.