Salt & Straw for Daily Provisions Salted Caraway Rye with Strawberry Cheesecake (Photo Credit: Liz Clayman)
With summer weather comes summer treats, and we can’t wait to welcome Salt & Straw to New York City at Daily Provisions (103 East 19th Street) on Thursday (May 18th).
To celebrate the launch of the Oregon-based ice cream brand at Daily Provisions, join us for an Ice Cream Social! Enjoy $1 scoops from 6:00 – 8:30 PM of two new flavors exclusive to Daily Provisions mirroring their loaves, coffee and NYC heritage:
Salted Caraway Rye with Strawberry Cheesecake
Joe Coffee & Freckled Chocolate
All funds raised at the social will benefit the Union Square Partnership’s (that’s us!) work in Union Square. Check out the hashtag #USQBlooms to see our work in action.
USP invests in park landscaping, bistro furniture, and a clean team to manage the district all year long. #USQBlooms
The Location Has a Ground Floor Peet’s Coffee and Lower Level Community Space
Union Square Partnership Executive Director Jennifer Falk and Co-Chair Bill Ambramson of Buchbinder & Warren [center] accept a donation from Capital One.
This 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 →
The days may be starting to get shorter, but outdoor Sunday brunch just got a little longer. Last month a new law officially went into effect allowing outdoor sidewalk cafes to serve brunch at 10:00 AM. Previously, brunch goers had to hold their cravings to eat eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles outdoors until noon due to an obscure city law that banned sidewalk cafes from operating earlier. This is good news for area restaurants as the additional seating will allow for more people to be served. And early patrons will have a chance to beat the heat and the crowds. Take advantage of the new law before the warm weather disappears at these hot neighborhood brunch spots: Continue reading →