Union Square Park’s newest restaurant, The Pavilion, is hosting Tuesdays @ The Pavilion, a free children’s programming session on the main level of the building. Bring Continue reading
The Pavilion Market Cafe, our newest neighborhood amenity, just opened up on the North Plaza of Union Square Park! Chef Mario Urgiles is cooking up delectable dishes using local ingredients in the seasonal restaurant. With historic Union Square Park setting the backdrop for the space, diners can enjoy a meal and a drink looking across the expansive park.
Light fare includes Wild Mushroom Bruschetta and an Organic Kale Caesar Salad. Entrees offerings include an Organic Salmon Pot Au Feu with fennel, pearl onions, baby Continue reading
Please be advised that the annual May Day demonstration will be taking place in Union Square Park tomorrow, Thursday, May 1st. Expect traffic delays, as there will be possible street closures from Union Square West to Fourth Avenue and along 14th Street.
You may have noticed that Evelyn’s Playground in Union Square Park is having a little work done this month. The City’s Department of Parks & Recreation has closed the playground for 2-3 weeks starting Monday, April 21, 2014 for the installation of a new safety surface. It’s hard to believe that Evelyn’s Playground opened almost five years Continue reading
Earth Day New York returns to Union Square Park this year on Tuesday, April 22nd. Educational exhibits, activist groups, children’s activities and green businesses will fill the North Plaza of the park. There will be activities for adults and children, including arts and crafts, entertainment, a green vehicle runway show and an after-work concert. Continue for the schedule of events: Continue reading
Things are really blooming in Union Square Park, and we’ve seen tons of gorgeous pictures of our bright pink magnolias popping up while scrolling through Instagram. It may be a little rainy today, but we all know that April showers bring May flowers. Here are a few pics of the magnolias to add a little color to this grey Tuesday:
This is not your typical pizza joint. Located on the ground floor of 15 Union Square West, Pizza Vinoteca has just opened their beautiful restaurant serving freshly grilled pizzas and food-friendly wine. Pizzas ranging in price from $8-$14 include the Cheese Continue reading
In an effort to support New York State’s excellent agricultural products, local foods, wines, beers and spirits, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that dozens of New York State chefs and restaurants have taken the Pride of New York Pledge. Working together with the New York State Restaurant Association, the Governor reached out to restaurants, restaurant groups and chefs to support the Pride of New York Pledge and increase their use of New York State products by 10 percent or more.
The Union Square Partnership’s commitment to sourcing locally has always been a priority. With Union Square Park being home to the City’s oldest and largest Greenmarket, we have always encouraged heavy use of Greenmarket products in our annual Harvest in the Square benefit. As New York City’s premier food and wine event held every September in Union Square Park, we incentivize our great restaurant Continue reading