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.
Lynne P. Brown speaking at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Union Square Pedestrian Plaza at Broadway and 17th Street, September 2010.
Each year, City & State honors 25 women who exhibit exemplary leadership in their fields and have made important civic and public contributions. Lynne P. Brown, Senior Vice President for University Relations and Public Affairs at New York University and Union Continue reading →
This week, the Irvington opened at the base of the W New York – Union Square. The restaurant makes the most of its location, offering a menu that incorporates the fresh offers of the world-famous Union Square Greenmarket that operates just across the street. The restaurant describes its cuisine as “New American with Mediterranean influences” and makes use of the Greenmarket in every possible dish. “We want to do straightforward food. It isn’t fussy, it’s very Continue reading →
Banana Republic’s brand new 28,000 SF Flagship store is set to open on lower Fifth Avenue this Friday, March 27th. The store, located at 105 Fifth Avenue at 18th Street, is a consolidation and expansion of their separate men and women stores further north on Fifth. The opening will also debut Creative Director Marissa Webb’s first collection for the Continue reading →
Javelina opened on East 18th Street offering stand out Tex-Mex that would make any Texan feel right at home. With Shiner Bock on tap, the new restaurant specializes in chile rellenos, enchiladas, chicken fried steak, and frozen margaritas. The restaurant received Continue reading →
It’s snowing on the first day of spring. Luckily, the Union Square Partnership Clean Team has gotten a head start preparing for the new season. The Team has been working hard this winter combating the snow, and is now transitioning into spring Continue reading →