We’re excited to announce the participating restaurants and wineries for the 20th Anniversary of Harvest in the Square. For nearly two decades, Harvest in the Square has been bringing people together to celebrate local food and drink, creating a strong sense of community in the Union Square neighborhood. Our work wouldn’t be possible Continue reading
This Friday, June 26th, join us and our partners at the Union Square Greenmarket for “Seafood Fest.” Introduced two years ago, Greenmarket Night Markets bring the same great farm products that visitors flock to Union Square to enjoy, alongside prepared food, live music, and beer courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery. USP will be in the market from 4 PM – 8 PM with information and schedules for Summer in the Square. Stop by and score a free umbrella for the stormy summer nights (while supplies last).
Whether you plan to dine out or host your own Passover or Easter celebration, Union Square has some of the best spots to enjoy the upcoming holidays. Be sure to book a reservation early or stop by any of these Union Square businesses to get your favorite items.
The award-winning Tocqueville Restaurant will be celebrating their 15-Year Anniversary this month. Known for their ability to create exquisite European-inspired American cuisine using local Union Square Greenmarket ingredients, Tocqueville has been a dining Continue reading
GrowNYC’s Regional Grains Project is partnering with SingL Lounge (80 East 13th Street at Fourth Avenue) to celebrate Local Spirits Month with a tasting series highlighting distilleries making spirits with local grains. Continue reading
Bringing core values like quality, service, and authenticity to their menu items, Darrow’s healthy and delicious fare is now available at their newly-opened Union Square location at 115 East 18th Street. Every meal is customizable, offering the chance to fine tune their killer combinations like the Stress Relief Plate which includes rainbow chard, smashed Continue reading
1. Discover Historic Union Square on our Free Walking Tour
This Saturday, meet us in front of the Lincoln statue 2 PM for a free guided walking tour entitled Union Square: Crossroads of New York. Explore the social and political history of the Union Square neighborhood through discussions of the people, history, architecture, and forces that have shaped this community.
2. Watch Selma at the Regal Union Square Stadium 14 Theater
Selma is a poignant drama chronicling Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s campaign to secure equal voting rights in an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965. Please check the Regal Union Square website to find various showtimes throughout the weekend. Continue reading