Paul Grieco and Marco Canora's popular wine bar, Terroir, is once again operating a seasonal location at The Porch, the open-air café on the High Line.
Stop by to take in views of the Hudson River while enjoying savory dishes and cold, refreshing drinks from Terroir’s wine and beer list, which highlights artisanal wineries and breweries from New York State
The landscape is filled with fresh green growth and spring blooms. New artworks are installed throughout the park. The High Line’s food vendors are open daily, with delicious snacks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Each week there are free tours, stargazing, and activities for adults and kids alike.
The High Line is one mile in length, connecting three neighborhoods along the west side of Manhattan.
During snow and ice storms, portions of the High Line, or the entire High Line, may experience delayed openings, early closures, or complete closures to ensure visitor safety and to enable staff to clear the park’s pathways. Learn more about our process for clearing snow and ice.
Please visit the Park Information page or follow @highlinenyc on Twitter to stay up-to-date on delayed openings and park closures during inclement weather.
Due to inclement weather conditions forecasted for the overnight, visitors should anticipate a delayed opening for the High Line on Wednesday, January 12, to allow crews to work to ensure the park is safe for visitors. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Due to damage incurred during the recent blizzard, the 16th Street Elevator at is out of service at this time. Crews are working on getting the elevator back in service as quickly as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check back for service updates.
For park visitors requiring elevator access, the 14th Street Elevator is running at normal service.
Due to the extreme weather conditions, the High Line will be closed on Monday, 12/27, as our crews work to ensure the park is safe for visitors. The park will reopen on a delayed schedule on Tuesday, 12/28.