Home to New York’s largest Greenmarket and dozens of the finest restaurants, Union Square is the perfect place to plan and hold your Thanksgiving celebration this year.
Entertaining Friends & Family at home:
18 East 16th Street [Google Map]
You can’t go wrong picking up dessert for Thanksgiving from Breads Bakery. Breads Bakery is dedicated to producing artisanal, handmade baked goods using traditional techniques.
Union Square Greenmarket
Union Square Park
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays
The Union Square Greenmarket has a wide variety of options for your feast. Dipaola Turkey Farm, Northshire Farm, Norwich Meadows, along with a number of other farms will have a variety of turkeys available for your cooking pleasure. Check out the Turkey Buying Guide to learn how to order your bird in advance.
Union Square Wines & Spirits
140 Fourth Avenue [Google Map]
Need a gift for the host? Union Square Wines & Spirits has you covered. Check out their selection here before you go.
Union Square Cafe
21 East 16th Street [Google Map]
Three words: Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie. Pick up one of the most delicious pies you’ve ever had the chance to sink your teeth into. Order in advance and pick up before Thursday, November 26th. Union Square Cafe will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Whole Foods Market
4 Union Square East [Google Map]
Whole Foods offers a wide array of dinner specials for any assortment of guests this holiday. For those who chose to cook themselves, Whole Foods has local Turkeys and recipes that will help you make the perfect holiday. Check out their holiday menus.
If you’re dining out:
121 East 17th Street [Google Map]
Rosa Mexicano Union Square
9 East 18th Street [Google Map]
Le Midi Bar & Restaurant
11 East 13th Street [Google Map]
Not listed? If you’re a restaurant in the Union Square neighborhood open for Thanksgiving, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.