You’ve seen Cava’s lineup of dips + spreads (Hummus, Tzatziki, Crazy Feta, and more) decorating the aisles of our local Whole Foods Market. Starting Friday, August 26th, this culinary brand is bringing even more healthful Mediterranean-inspired eats to Union Square with Cava Grill at 143 4th Avenue (between E 13th and 14th Streets).
Before the official launch, Cava Grill will serve a community lunch on Thursday – guests can enjoy a free meal but Continue reading →
Visit the Union Square Store Today! Proceeds From The Pop-Up Will Support Friends of Karen
Parked outside the Union Square fresh&co this morning was a truck packed with farm-fresh vegetables. If you see the pop-up farm stand pulling up to your local fresh&co, purchase a $5 usable bag from the truck and they’ll fill it with fresh, local vegetables. All proceeds will be donated to Friends of Karen charity.
Stop by the store today from 11 AM – 3 PM with $5 for a bag of veggies! Continue reading →
Hot off the run of their New York Times critic’s pick, “Indecent,” The Vineyard (108 East 15th Street) announces three new shows for the fall and spring season. Watch the trailer below for a taste of the world premiere of “This Day Forward” and the New York premieres of “Kid Victory” and “Can You Forgive Her?”
Chef Carmen Quagliata at the 19th Annual Harvest in the Square (2014).
Leave it to Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group to take the highly anticipated reopening of the Union Square Cafe up a notch with the announcement of Daily Provisions, a new coffee shop/bakery/eatery next door to the Union Square Cafe’s new location (130 East 19th Street) opening this October.
Fill your Union Square Cafe cravings at Harvest in the Square on Sep. 22 – our annual food + wine festival supporting Union Square Park.
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This week, The New York Times recognized Gramercy Tavern with three stars, reveling in the distinct atmosphere and hospitality, the love chef Michael Anthony puts into every dish, and the delectable outcomes when he brings an eclectic variety of ingredients together (critic Pete Wells says, “He’s like somebody who goes to the farmers’ market hungry, ends up buying everything he sees, then figures out a way to make it all come together).
While Wells highlights the divine “chilled marigold-yellow soup of summer squash” scattered with red currants, and a “tender poached lobster” paired perfectly with corn and hot red peppers, what he really “went wild for” was a little dish of Continue reading →
After 40 years, Summer in the Square keeps getting bigger and better – thanks in large part to our 2016 community sponsors and partners! We’re going to miss spending our Thursdays in the park with you so while we count down the weeks until Summer 2017, here are our top favorite moments from this past season’s free community programs:
10. Summer in the Square takes free bistro seating up a notch with free live entertainment, courtesy of The New School Jazz students!
9. There was no better way to stretch into our Summer Thursday than with sunrise yoga with New York Health & Racquet Club. Although, we’d argue that Ebony Fowler’s week of Zumba with Bryan could challenge every dance class you’ve been to in NYC.
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On Thursday, September 22nd, join the Union Square Partnership and the finest neighborhood restaurants at the 21st Annual Harvest in the Square. For the month of August, get 10% off General Admission tickets.