Manhattan’s Premier Food + Wine Tasting Supporting Union Square Park
Join more than 50 of the best culinary institutions in Union Square for a delicious night supporting Union Square Park at the 21st Annual Harvest in the Square on Thursday, September 22nd. Chefs from our district’s top restaurants will serve their signature dishes featuring fresh Greenmarket produce, paired with local wines and microbrews.
VIP and General Admission ticket sales launch today!
For a $20 off your General Admission ticket, use code ERLYBRD before July 31.
Proceeds from the event support USP’s neighborhood beautification efforts, including Union Square Park. Contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by the law, with the exception of $50 per ticket. Please note, all ticket sales are non-refundable donations.
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