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Warm welcome to  <a target="_blank" href="">@dominiqueanselworkshop</a>gracing the neighborhood with decadent crossaints & pastries fresh out the oven! 🥐

Inspired by Santa’s workshop, guests can overlook the croissant counter and peek into the pastry production kitchen to watch chefs making menu items like their Pain Au Chocolat & Honey Roasted Peach Danish. Coffee and tea drinks also available. ☕️

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📍Dominique Ansel Workshop 
17 East 27th Street 
Open weekdays 8 am to 4 pm & weekends 8 am to 6 pm.
Warm welcome to @dominiqueanselworkshopgracing the neighborhood with decadent crossaints & pastries fresh out the oven! 🥐 Inspired by Santa’s workshop, guests can overlook the croissant counter and peek into the pastry production kitchen to watch chefs making menu items like their Pain Au Chocolat & Honey Roasted Peach Danish. Coffee and tea drinks also available. ☕️ LINK IN BIO for details on the NEW spot 👆 📍Dominique Ansel Workshop 17 East 27th Street Open weekdays 8 am to 4 pm & weekends 8 am to 6 pm.
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The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District, formed in 2006, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance the area's reputation as one of New York's most vital and exciting neighborhoods. 

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111New York City Council Approves Expansion of Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership BID’s Boundaries, Nearly Doubling District’s Size

New York City Council Approves Expansion of Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership BID’s Boundaries, Nearly Doubling District’s Size

- Beginning in 2022 the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership will bring supplementary sanitation, safety, and other services to a larger footprint that includes 20th Street, Sixth Avenue, and more of NoMad -

 New York, July 30, 2021 – The New York City Council yesterday voted to approve legislation that will expand the boundaries of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) as of January 1, 2022. The expansion will nearly double the size of the BID, bringing the Partnership’s supplemental sanitation and safety services, homeless outreach, public space management and beautification, marketing, business support, and advocacy to a larger footprint that will include 20th Street, the Sixth Avenue gateway to the district, and more of NoMad.

A map of the expanded district features current bid boundaries in orange, and expanded bid boundaries in blue
Map of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership BID, with the original
BID boundaries (orange) and the expansion areas for 2022 (blue).

Since its inception in 2006, the Partnership has served Flatiron and the southern part of NoMad. Increasingly, business owners, property owners, and residents just outside of the BID’s original boundaries have expressed a need for BID services on their blocks. As the district and surrounding areas have evolved, the need has grown for broader public realm services and enhancements, districtwide promotions and advocacy, and a more cohesive neighborhood identity.

“For 15 years, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership has helped cement the reputation of Flatiron and NoMad as two of New York City’s most vital and exiting neighborhoods and now we look forward to having the same impact in an expanded footprint,” said James Mettham, executive director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership. “Our new stakeholders can look forward to cleaner streets, more inviting public spaces, and more support for small businesses. We are grateful to Mayor de Blasio and the City Council, in particular Speaker Corey Johnson and Members Carlina Rivera and Keith Powers, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, and Community Boards 4 and 5 for their support of our BID expansion.”

“The work of BIDs across the city is more important than ever as we help businesses and neighborhoods recover from the pandemic and adapt to post-pandemic life,” Mettham added. “We are committed to ensuring that the new areas of our BID – and every block in Flatiron and NoMad – are special places that make people want to live, work, visit, and play here in the heart of Manhattan.” 

The areas joining the BID include 1,384 properties, 344 of which are commercial; more than 20 existing or under-construction hotels; a diverse array of retail and dining; a plethora of cultural destinations and historic sites; a growing residential community; and the dynamic Sixth Avenue mixed-use corridor.

The City Council’s approval of the BID’s expansion follows four years of planning and stakeholder engagement by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership in close coordination with the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), and a thorough public review process that was temporarily delayed by the COVID pandemic. The expansion plan has been widely embraced by neighborhood stakeholders.

"Congratulations to the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership on their concerted effort to make this expansion possible. It has been a pleasure working with the Flatiron Partnership and Steering Committee over the last few years to help them realize this expansion. I am very proud of the City Council's vote today to expand the boundaries of the BID, which will ensure important services can be provided to the local businesses and residential community who call Flatiron home," said New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.

"I'm so excited to see the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District officially expand its boundaries with this important City Council vote today. This expansion will bring important services to community members in my District, including additional sanitation services, community outreach, and street activation, and I look forward to continuing to work with the BID on new initiatives in these wonderful neighborhoods," said New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera.

“Since 2006, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership has helped anchor Flatiron and NoMad as two of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. This expansion will allow more New Yorkers to benefit from their continued support for local businesses, sanitation services, public space maintenance, and more. I’m proud to be supporting the expansion, and I thank the Mayor, Speaker Johnson, Council Member Rivera, Manhattan Borough President Brewer, and Community Boards 4 and 5 for their work,” said New York City Council Member Keith Powers.

“We are grateful for this vote of confidence from our neighborhood stakeholders. We look forward to bringing our expertise to a larger territory in this vibrant part of New York City,” said Michael T. Cohen, President of the Tri-State Region at Colliers International and Chairman of the Board of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership

Throughout the COVID pandemic, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership’s staff has been on the streets every day, responding to stakeholders’ evolving needs and helping to ensure that public spaces have remained safe, clean, and beautiful. Since May 2020, the Partnership has managed the City’s Open Streets program in Flatiron and NoMad, opening the roadbed on stretches of Broadway, 20th Street, 22nd Street, and 28th Street to pedestrians and cyclists for greater social distancing. Additionally, the Partnership has worked with local restaurants on outdoor dining on sidewalks and streets through the City’s Open Restaurants program.

This summer, the Partnership collaborated with the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) to create the new Flatiron Slow Street, which has transformed Broadway between 21st Street and 23rd Street into a more pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly thoroughfare. The project is part of the Partnership’s long-term vision of a pedestrian-focused Broadway corridor through Flatiron and NoMad, which has also included the construction of the Flatiron Public Plazas in 2009 and Manhattan’s first Shared Street, from 24th to 25th Street, which was unveiled in 2017.

While the pandemic greatly reduced the number of commuters and tourists coming to Manhattan’s central business districts, momentum toward recovery continues to build. Pedestrian volumes in the Flatiron Public Plazas were up 80% by the end of June 2021, compared with June 2020. Both ground-floor retail leasing and commercial office leasing increased in Q2 2021. More than 60 new businesses have opened – or announced plans to open – in the district since July 2020.

The New York City Department of Small Business Services oversees the city’s BID program. A BID is a nonprofit organization made up of property owners and commercial tenants who are dedicated to promoting economic development and improving an area’s quality of life. There are 76 BIDs operating in New York City that invest over $170.5 million to serve 93,000 businesses in all five boroughs and maintain 152 public spaces.

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111Celebrating Fourth of July Guide 2021

Celebrating Fourth of July Guide 2021

Celebrate Independence Day this weekend in the neighborhood with special treats and offerings.

Celebratory Meals & Treats & Drinks
Baked by Melissa, 111 East 23rd Street  
Pick up a Fourth of July cupcakes featuring six different handcrafted, colorful, bite-size flavors.
Bourke Street Bakery, 15 East 28th Street
Enjoy the holiday with freshly baked treats. Plus, they're giving away FREE sourdough. To score a free loaf: download their new app, stock up on Bourke Street goodies online, and get a free organic loaf with all pickup and delivery orders for July 3rd & 4th (while stocks last).
by Chloe's, 60 West 22nd Street, (212) 290-8000
Enjoy 4th of July with the shop's summer sandwhich Smoke Stack and Air Baked Onion Rings.
Cote Korean Steakhouse, 16 West 22nd Street, (212) 401-7986
Fire up the grills and serve up Cot's Fourth of July Feast featuring specialty double-cut ribeye, a Niman Ranch beef burger kit for 6, plus their house marinated USDA Prime Short Rib Galbi. 
Eataly, 200 Fifth Avenue, (212) 229-2560
Shop Eataly's Fourth of July treats. Options include picnic spreads (like this one), gift baskets, fresh meats for grilling, wine, herbs, grilling salts, and fresh pastas. 
Hill Country Barbecue, 30 West 26th Street, (212) 255-4544 
Upgrade your Fourth of July BBQs with Hill Country's Barbecue Rib Kit with their St. Louis cut Pork Ribs and all the fixings. 
Krispy Kreme, 36 East 23rd Street 
Grab Krispy Kreme's celebratory July 4th doughnut dozen or mini doughnuts for a holiday treat. PLUS,  Krispy Kreme is sweetening your festivities with a BOGO deal: Enjoy A FREE Original Glazed® dozen with any dozen purchase, June 28th through July 4th. 
Veggie Grill, 12 West 23rd Street, 332-600-7001
Celebrate Independencec Day with Summertime Plant-Based BBQ. Order here.
Yakiniku Futago, 37 West 17th Street,  (212) 620-0225

Enjoy 4th of July with Futago BBQ Grill Kits with $50 off any kit via their Manhattan delivery partner MISE. Use promo code YF5050DEAL at checkout. BBQ kit options include A5 Wagyu Steak & Premium BBQSignature Steak BBQ, Traditional BBQ, and Premium BBQ. Delivery for Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, and Jersey City available through Chowbus. To place an order for pick up from the restaurant, call 212-620-0225 or email  

230 Fifth Rooftop, 230 Fifth Avenue, (212) 725-4300, Menu
Stop by 4th of July for Summer BBQ and Evening Fireworks from 11 am - 2am.
Gifts & Flowers & Apparel
Abracadabra, 19 West 21st Street, (212) 627-5194
For all your 4th of July looks, stop by the famous costume and magic shop for makeup, wigs, hats, flags, accessories, and apparel here
Ann Taylor, 149 Fifth Avenue, (212) 253-1445
Celebrate with 30% off all clothing here.
Blooming Affairs, 925 Broadway, (212) 262-0004
Shop here for blooms and arrangements this Independence Day.
B Wear Sportwear, 19 West 26th Street, (212) 683-3700
Shop Independence Day Apparel and save 40% off here.
Chelsea Flea Market, 29 West 25th Street, btwn Fifth & Sixth Avenue
Shop Indepence Day for a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds at the Chelsea Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday, from 8 am to 5 pm, rain or shine! Browse art, jewelry, antiques, and unique vintage goods.
The Home Depot, 40 West 23rd St, (212) 929-9571
Enjoy Fourth of July sales of Home Depot’s tools, gift cards, and more.
Johnston & Murphy, 200 Fifth Avenue, (212) 242-1636
Enjoy End of Season sales for stylish apparel, accessories, and shoes.
Header Photo Credit: Baked by Melissa
Thumbnail Photo Credit: Eataly
111June News Roundup

June News Roundup

June news highlights include restaurant openings and annoucnements, new office tenants, new hotel construction's making progress.  Stay in the know with the latest Flatiron News.

Restaurants & Bars

District Businesses

Real Estate

Around the Neighborhood

  • Daily foot traffic in the Flatiron District has recovered to 92% of pre-pandemic averages as of May 8th (via Crain's New York)
  • The artist and architect Maya Lin's Ghost Forest exibition is on view now in Madison Square Park (via New York Times).
  • WATG reimagines tha Flatiron District with renderings of paradise and greenery on the streets and buildings (via Yahoo News!).
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy accounced a "Music on the Green" program with free performances curated by Carnegie Hall and inspired by Lin's Ghost Forests (via Broadway World).
  • Pride Parade 2021 ran down Fifth Avenue past Madison Square Park, and ending at the West Village Stonewall Inn on June 27th (via Gothamist)

Header Photo Credit: Planta Queen from BizJournal
Thumbnail Photo Credit: Junoon from Eater
Main Page Photo Credit: Tortazo from Resturant Hospitality

111Happy Hours in the Flatiron District

Happy Hours in the Flatiron District

Cool down in the neighborhood with Happy Hour drink and food specials at local resturants and bars! 

Where to Grab a Drink:

Almond NYC, 12 East 22nd Street, Menu 
Stop by weekdays 4 pm to 7 pm to enjoy drink and food specials. Grab $10 margs, $9 wine, and $8 beers and treat yourself to some bites like buffalo cauliflower, oysters, and shrimp. 

Bazar Tapas, 31 West 26th Street, Menu 
Enjoy happy hour everyday 11 am to 6 pm. Select cocktails $10, $9 wines, and $5 beers. 

Dos Caminos, 373 Park Avenue South, (212) 294-1000, Menu
Available weekdays 3 pm to 6pm, and  9 pm to close at Dos Caminos Bar and lounge. Grab $8 bites, $5 & $6 beers, $7 glasses of sangria and a $10 tequila tasting flight. 

Hardings, 32 East 21st Street, Menu
Enjoy delicious cocktails in their patio during Happy Hour from 5 pm - 7pm.

Hole in the Wall, 37 West 24th Street, (646) 882-4007, Menu
Hole in the Wall offers weekday Happy Hour from 4 pm to 7 pm. Enjoy $10 cocktails, $7 Wines, and $5 Beers.

John Doe Bar & Kitchen, 253 5th Avenue, (646) 882-4007, Menu
John Doe Bar & Ktichen is perfectly located between the Flatrion and Empire State Building and offers New American plates and sandwiches. Enjoy $5 domestic bottles, $10 featured cocktails, and $1 oysters daily 11 am to 8 pm. 

Il Fiorista, 17 West 26th Street, 646-490-8240Menu
Enjoy half off wine by the glass, beer, and house cocktails every Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 6:30 pm at Il Fiorista's Bar. 

izakaya NoMad, 13 West 26th Street, (212) 213-6258, Menu
Stop by Tuesday through Thursday from 5 pm to 7 pm for Happy Hour. Enjoy one of their Signature Cocktails and Draft Beers.

Leonelli Restaurant and Bar, 7 East 27th Street, (212) 451-9495 Menu
Sit down at their outdoor patio or indoor lounge Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 7 pm for Happy Hour. Enjoy speciality cocktails for $10, draft beers and wine by the glass, plus bites like arrancini and cacio e pepe fritters. 

Mexicue, 225 5th Avenue, (646) 922-7289, Menu
Mexicue offers a weekday Happy Hour special Monday through Friday 4 pm to 7 pm. Enjoy a Classic Margarita for $7.50, wine by the glass for $7, and $4 Tecate cans. You can also enjoy their weekend Brunch Happy Hour featuring Breakfast Margs, Bloodies, and Mimosas. 

Scampi, 30 West 18th Street, (212) 888-2171, Menu
Enjoy Aperitivo Hour on Thursdays and Fridays from 3 pm to 7 pm at Scampi. 

Tappo Thin Crust Pizza, 94 West 24th Street, (212) 807-9200, Menu
Enjoy Happy Hour Specials daily from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Score a Free large plain pizza with the purchase of any pitcher of beer or bottle of wine! 

The Grey Dog, 55 West 26th Street, (212) 229-2345, Menu
Available every day from 4 pm to 7 pm, enjoy $3 Beer, $4 Rosé, $5 Spiked Palmer, and 50₵ Wings at Grey Dog. 

The Globe NYC, 158 East 23rd Street, (212) 477-6161, Menu
Available every day from 12 pm to 7 pm, enjoy $6 draft Beer, Well Drinks, Wines, and Champagne. You can also take advanatge of their Burger & Beer $12 special. 

The Smith, 55 West 26th Street, (212) 229-2345, Menu
The Smith offers weekday Happy Hour from 3 pm to 6 pm. Enjoy $10 featured cocktails, $8 wine by the glass, $6 draft beer, $2 oysters, and their Burger & A Beer special for $21. 

Tipsy NoMad, 37 East 28th Street, (212) 481-3100, Menu 
Enjoy Happy Hour with $5 pints, $7 shots, $9 wine, and $10 featured cocktails dauly until 7 pm. 

Vin Sur Vingt, 1140 Broadway, (646) 922-7700, Menu
VSV NoMad is an intimate French wine bar offering evening Happy Hour Specials. Enjoy $10 glasses of wine from VSV's rotating selection until 6 pm.

230 Fifth Rooftop, 230 Fifth Avenue, (212) 725-4300, Menu
Visit from 2 pm to 5 pm on weekdays for 230 Fifth Rooftop's Happy Hour. Enjoy $10 frozen maragritas, $7 beers, and $9 well cocktails.

Thumbnail Image Credit: il Florista
Header Image Credit: Hole in the Wall
Slider Image Credit: Tipsy NoMad & Mexicue & The Smith
111Celebrating & Honoring Juneteeth

Celebrating & Honoring Juneteeth

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership offices will be closed this Friday, June 18th in observance of Juneteenth. We’ve gathered various resources to celebrate, learn, and honor the emancipation of those who have been enslaved in the United States and to support Black-owned businesses in Flatiron, NoMad, and around NYC.

Business Resources and Support

Neighborhood Businesses
Click here for a list of Black-owned businesses to support in Flatiron & NoMad.

Black-owned Businesses in New York City
The NYC Dept. of Small Business Services (SBS) “Shop Your City” website has extensive lists of Black-owned businesses in New York City.  Scroll to the section titled “Online Lists Encouraging Small Business Support.”

While supporting Black-Owned small businesses, take the “Shop Your City” Challenge and share a photo to participate in the Shop Your City campaign for the chance to win a gift card. Enter here.

The State of Black New York
You can’t improve what you can’t measure. The New York Urban League’s (NYUL) ‘State of Black New York’ report acknowledges the inequities suffered by the Black community in New York City and collects data to measure both the depth of the issues as well as progress. Download the SOBNY report.

Employers: Support Career Initiatives through NYUL
Get involved in Young Leadership Development with opportunities including engaging the Young Professionals Network, participating in the Young Professionals Fellows Program, facilitating Employment and Career Services, and becoming a partner in STEAM fluency through the Summer Academy.

Art, Culture, and Celebrations

FuncSoul presents “Juneteenth: The Black Independence Day Celebration”
Celebrate Juneteenth and support the Black Trans community with a FuncSoul virtual event this Thursday, June 17 at 7:30 pm. This virtual event is a one-hour virtual dance party honoring Black liberation. The curated playlist merges Afrobeats, Black dance classics, and selections by Black LGBTIA+ artists. Info & Registration

ONYX by Adrienne Raquel at Fotografiska
Onyx is anew photography series created by NYC-based photographer and art director Adrienne Raquel. This photographic exploration of the famed Club Onyx in Houston pushes past the polish of Raquel’s commercial work by capturing exotic dancers in a candid and intimate environment. More info and tickets

Attend Fotografiska’s “AFTER DARK: An Evening Show of Artistry, Performance and Self-Expression,” that features pole dancing with eight incredible performers hosted by MC Roz the Diva in recognition of ONYX on Thursday, June 17 at 8:30 pm. Event info here.

Skin Contact by Naima Green, supported by Fotografiska
Enjoy Skin Contact by Naima Green, supported in part by Fotografiska. This online project includes visual imagery, interviews, playlists, and text. Experience Skin Contact here.  

Looking to Hear, Sidney Mishkin Gallery (online exhibition)
Featuring artworks in media as broad as photography, tapestry, painting, and lithography, and including works dating back to 1927 – nearly 100 years ago – this exhibition draws attention to pieces that elaborate on the relationship between seeing a work of art and hearing one. The exhibition was curated by Baruch’s 2020 Contemporary Issues in Curating Class. Experience ‘Looking to Hear’.

Poster House
Poster House is offering free admission in celebration of Juneteenth on Saturday, June 19 from 10 am – 6 pm. Details here.

Essays & Reading

A Life Altering Year
Jonnel Doris, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS), speaks to the shifts in the lives of Black people in America in 2020 that were brought on by a global pandemic, the racial wealth gap, and the continued experience of senseless deaths of unarmed Black people. Read “A Life Altering Year”.

State of Black New York Leadership Essays
Curated by the New York Urban League, read 10 essays from leaders in New York and across the country as they grapple with challenges faced by Black Americans, share valuable perspectives, and look to meaningful action to create much-needed change: SOBNY Leadership Essays

Re-Discover Black History in Flatiron & NoMad

111Celebrating Pride Month Guide 2021

Celebrating Pride Month Guide 2021

June is Pride Month, a celebration of the civil rights of the LGBTQ+ community and commeoration of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising. The NYC Pride March will return with a broadcast special with live performances, interviews, and street-side marching activity. The broadcast kicks off on Sunday, June 27th on ABC-7 from 12 pm to 3 pm. 

After the broadcast, there will be a virtual experience of the March featuring groups and organizations highlighting one of this year's five Grand Marshals. The virtual experience will be on  NYC Pride March's Facebook and YouTube right at 3 pm.
Many Flatiron & NoMad businesses are offering promotions in support and celebration of Pride, including:

Celebratory Treats, Drinks, Books & Apparel

Abracadabra, 19 West 21st Street, (212) 627-5194
For all your Pride looks, stop by the famous costume and magic shop for makeup, wigs, accessories, and apparel. 

Bath & Body Works
, 304 Park Ave South, (212) 260-9293
is celebrating with Pride Collection and Gifts.
Baked by Melissa, 111 East 23rd Street  
Pick up a Pride Cupcake Pack featuring six handcrafted, colorful, bite-size flavors. 10% of net proceeds from the sales of our Pride desserts will be donated to The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in NYC.
by Chloe's, 60 West 22nd Street, (212) 290-8000
The shop is offering their Pride Vanilla Rainbow Cupcake. A portion of proceeds supports The Okra Project.
Club Monaco, 160 Fifth Avenue, (212) 352-0936
Stop by Club Monaco Fifth Avenue to pick up a Crest Pride Tee. 50% of the purchase price of every Pride tee will be donated to the Stonewall Community Foundation, a New York based group created in support and celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community. 
Dos Caminos, 373 Park Avenue South, (212) 294-1000 
Enjoy a plate of Pride rainbow tacos (available June 25th - 27th) or Pride rainbow pancakes for weekend brunch (available June 26th & 27th). A portion of pancake proceeds will benefit the Ali Forney Center
ilili, 236 5th Avenue, (212) 683-2929
ilili will be donating $2 to LebMash for every order of their “We Are the World” cocktail.
maman,  22 West 25th Street, (646) 476-7660
Spreading the love with a Vanilla Rainbow Cake. To order, contact
New York Edition Hotel Lobby Bar, 5 Madison Avenue, (212) 413-4200
The Lobby Bar serves crafted cocktails and light bites amid tasteful design. Grab their craft LGBTQ cocktail made with Lillet Rose (L), Green Chartreuse (G), Blueberry Syrup (B), Tequila (T), Quina Infusion (Q). Available through June 30. A portion of the proceeds from each cocktail will be donated to the The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in NYC
Rizzoli Bookstore, 1133 Broadway, (212) 759-2424
Curated a month-long Pride window featuring LGBTQ+ authors.
Scampi, 30 West 18th Street, (212) 888-2171
Featuring cocktail called “Stonewall Inn” with Rum, Curaçao, muddled lemon & blackberries, garnished with raspberry.

Shake Shack, 23rd Street and Madison Avenue, (212) 889-6600
Offering the Pride Shake and dontating 5% of sales to the Trevor Project.


Fotografiska, 281 Park Ave South, (212) 433-3686, Get Tickets Here
Hosting book talk of Loving with authors Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell - A Photographic History of Men in Love 1850’s-1950’s. Buy tickets for event here. Afterwards check out current exhibitions: Skin Contact by Naima Green, The Darkroom by Tom of Finland, ONXY by Andrienne Raquel, Your Gaze Belongs to Me by Pixy Liao, and more!

John Doe Craft Bar & Kitchen, 253 5th Avenue, (646) 882-4007
Stop by for Drag Brunch every Sunday, 12 pm - 3 pm.

Museum of Sex, 233 Fifth Avenue, (212) 689-6337, Get Tickets Here
Discover the evolution of sexuality at this museum and check out their lobby gift shop featuring a dedicated Pride station. 

SPiN Ping Pong Lounge New York, 48 East 23rd Street, (212) 982-8802, Book a Table
Celebrate Pride with playing ping pong. Reserve one of SPiN's 19 tables, enjoy a couple of games, and try their food and drink menu.

Y7 Studio, 25 West 23rd Street
The studio is donating proceeds from all live flows and supporting a different organization each week.
Thumbnail Image Credit: Rizzoli Bookstore
Header Image Credit: by Chloe
Slider Image Credit: maman