The Location Has a Ground Floor Peet’s Coffee and Lower Level Community SpaceThis month, Capital One opened its newest branch in Union Square that introduces a different kind of banking experience. The flagship consists of a three-story store space at the corner of Broadway and 14th Street that offers study areas, a community meeting space, a full-service Peet’s Coffee shop, and Continue reading
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.
Today, GrowNYC and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer launched the “Oh SNAP!” campaign with a live mural painting by artist Queen Andrea at the Union Square Greenmarket. SNAP, which stands for Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, is a federal program that provides food-purchasing assistance to low-income individuals. GrowNYC’s “Oh SNAP!” campaign is designed to Continue reading
Make your reservations today for NYC Restaurant Week. From July 25 through August 19*, you can enjoy a three-course meal ($29 lunch, $42 dinner) at the city’s finest establishments.
Here’s where you can ‘gram #USQEats during Restaurant Week in Union Square: Continue reading
Starting July 11th, Blue Water Grill at 31 Union Square West is hanging up the “Gone Fishing” sign while it renovates its iconic space, reopening after Labor Day on September 6th.
Twenty years ago, the Union Square institution opened in the former Bank of Metropolis historic landmark building and quickly Continue reading
Playing Tourist in Union Square
Union Square is bursting with awesomeness just awaiting your discovery – why travel anywhere else? Steps away from our idyllic park is the beating heart of New York City. At the center of food, culture and shopping, we’ve rounded up our top spots to keep you busy, relaxed and deliciously full Continue reading
The Sanitation Rules Go Into Effect Aug. 1
The Department of Sanitation has clarified the recycling rules for businesses that will help the city meet its target reducing waste at landfills. All NYC businesses will be required to comply with recycling rules and certain businesses will be required to Continue reading