Jul 13, 2020

Summer Dining Options in the Flatiron District

The Flatiron District is a New York City food destination boasting over 220 restaurants and fast-casual establishments. 

As establishments continue to reopen during the Coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants continue to offer delivery and take-out options, and more and more are also offering outdoor dining. We've rounded up local Flatiron dining establishments offering these services so you can still enjoy your favorite spots within your own home or safely outdoors.

The list below is sorted into the following cuisines and categories: American, Asian, Bakery & Cafe, Bar, Central & South American, European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern, Pizza, Various Cuisines, and Vegetarian & Vegan-Friendly.



212-265-5959 | Grubhub & Seamless | Outdoor Seating Available

Mobile AppSeamlessDoorDashUberEats & Postmates

Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop 
Delivery or Pick-up 

Fields Good Chicken
 | Delivery 

Giorgio's of Grammercy
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Hill Country Barbecue Market 
Delivery or Pick-up Outdoor Seating Available

Delivery or Pick-up

The Hog Pit 
Menu | 212-213-4871

Melt Shop 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-447-6358

Rocco Steakhouse
 | Delivery or Pick-up | 212-696-9660

Shake Shack
 | Delivery or Pick-up via the Shack App or Grubhub

Delivery or Pick-up 

The Smith
 | CaviarDoordashGrubhubSeamlessUberEats & Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Sticky's Finger Joint 
Delivery or Pick-up 


Delivery via Caviar | 646-476-7217

AweSum DimSum
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Grubhub | 646-998-3313

Bondi Sushi
 | Delivery or Pick-up 

Cote Korean Steakhouse
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Caviar | Outdoor Seating Available

Di Di Dumplings 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-466-6618

| hooni@danjinyc.com | Check Hanjan's IG page for details on weekly meal kits.

Izakaya Nomad 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-213-6258

Junoon NYC
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

KazuNori Sushi
 | Delivery or Pick-up | 347-594-5940

Kung Fu Tea + TKK Fried Chicken 
Delivery or Pick-up

 | Delivery or Pick-up

Mira Sushi & Izakaya
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Grubhub | 212-989-7889

NaNa Thai Street
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

OEC Bun & Ramen 
Menu | 929-421-8949 | DoorDashGrubhubSeamless

Pick & Pay Pizza & Indian Food
 | 212-387-8200

The Pho 
| Delivery or Pick-up 212-256-0768

ROLLN Sushi 
Delivery or Pick-up 

Snowfox Sushi 
Delivery or Pick-up

Sweetcatch Poke 
Delivery or Pick-up Outdoor Seating Available

Taj Restaurant and Lounge
 | Online Reservations | 212-620-3033 | Outdoor Seating Available

Taste Good 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-741-3223

ViVi Bubble Tea
 | DoorDashGrubhubSeamlessUberEats | 917-261-7169


Amazon Go 
In Store Pick-up | 888-280-4331

Bourke Street Bakery 
Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Cafe 28 
Take-out Menu | 212-686-7300 | Outdoor Seating Available

Dog & Bone NY 
Menu | 212-889-1570

Dough Doughnuts 
Pick-up | DoorDashCaviarUberEats, & Sweetist

Flatiron Plate 
Menu | Outdoor Seating Available

Gregory's Coffee
 | Delivery or Pick-up | 212-979-1800 | Outdoor Seating Available

Idea Coffee 
Pick-up | 646-896-1533

Le Cafe Coffee
 | Menu | 646-850-0684

Le Tea 
| Delivery via Uber EatsSeamless, or Pick-up

Patisserie Chanson | Delivery or Pick-up | PostmatesGrubhubSeamless, & Caviar | Outdoor Seating Available

Pret A Manger 
(6th Avenue between 20th and 21 St) | Delivery or Pick-up

Ralph's Coffee 
Pick-up | 212-627-2040 | Outdoor Seating Available

Seven Grams Caffe 
Order Online | 212-779-0777

Smile to Go 
Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

(14 West 23rd Street & 1140 Broadway) | Takeout 

Taza Cafe & Deli 
Menu | 212-779-1200

Zucker's Bagels 
Direct WebsiteGrubhubSeamlessUberEatsDoorDash, & Pick-up


Bo's Kitchen & Bar Room 
Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

The Churchill Tavern 
Menu | Outdoor Seating Available

Flatiron Wines 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212- 477-1315

Grey Bar 
Pick-up | 212-532-2643

John Doe Craft Bar & Kitchen 
GrubhubSeamless, & Pick-up | 646-882-4007 | Outdoor Seating Available

Thyme Cocktail Bar 
Delivery or Pick-up

Tipsy Nomad 
Menu | Outdoor Seating Available

Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar
 | Delivery or Pick-up


Al Horno 
Delivery or Pick-up

Delivery or Pick-up 

Bazar Tapas 
| Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

(125 East 23rd St) | Delivery or Order Online for Pick-up 

(5th Ave and 27th St) | Delivery or Order Online for Pick-up 

Delivery & Pick-up

Dos Toros 
| Delivery 

Dos Caminos 
DoorDash, Grubhub, or Seamless & Pick-up | 212-294-1000 | Outdoor Seating Available

Flats Fix 
Delivery or Takeout | 212-353-2400

Latin American 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-689-2570 

Delivery or Pick-up

Sophie's Cuban Cuisine | Delivery or Pick-up | Seamless

Summer Salt Delivery or Pick-up 

Tacombi | Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Bread & Tulips 
Online Reservation | SeamlessGrubhub | Outdoor Seating Available

BXL Zoute 
Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

La Pecora Bianca 
Delivery or Pick-up | Caviar | Outdoor Seating Available

Delivery or Pick-up | 212-451-9495 | CaviarGrubhub | Outdoor Seating Available

 | Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Delivery or Pick-up | ChowNow

Delivery or Pick-up at 109 E 56th Street (btwn Park and Lexington Ave) | Caviar

Tramonti Fifth Ave Reservation or Pick-up | 212-464-7082 | Outdoor Seating Available

Ulivo Trattoria
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-684-8000 | Outdoor Seating Available

Zero Otto Nove Delivery or Pick-up | Takeout Menu | 212-242-0899


Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Delivery or Pick-up

ilili |
 Delivery or Pick-up | SeamlessGrubhubCaviarPostmates, & Uber Eats | Outdoor Seating Available

Memo Shish Kebab
Delivery or Pick-up

Skewr Kabob Kitchen 
| Delivery or Pick-up through their appGrubhub, or Seamless 

Taïm Falafel | Delivery or Pick-up


&pizza Delivery 

Bravo Pizza 
Delivery or Pick-up

Famous Pizza 
| Delivery or Pick-up 

Little Italy Pizza 
Delivery or Pick-up | 646-649-2099 

Marinara Pizza 
Delivery or Pick-up | Outdoor Seating Available

Tappo Thin Crust Pizza 
Direct WebsiteGrubhub, or Seamless | Outdoor Seating Available


Sous Vide Kitchen
| Delivery or Pick-up 


by Chloe 
| Delivery or Pick-up

Delivery or Pick-Up 

Dig Inn 
| Delivery or Pick-up

Dr. Smood
| Delivery or Pick-up

Delivery or Pick-up | Caviar | Outdoor Seating Available

Juice Generation
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Grubhub 

JuicePress | Delivery

Just Salad | Delivery | Outdoor Seating Available

Little Beet | Delivery or Pick-up 

Little Beet Table 
Delivery or Pick-up | 212-466-3330 | Outdoor Seating Available

Nuts Factory 
Website | 917-445-6556

Oakberry Acai Bowls 
| 646-477-9725 | DoorDashGrubhubSeamlessUberEats

Om Juice Bar 
| Delivery or Pick-up | Uber Eats | 917-409-5900

Pressed Juicery 
Delivery or Pick-up

Sweetgreen | Delivery or Pick-up

Veggie Grill Delivery or Pick-up | 332-600-7001 | GrubhubPostmates

Want to be added to the list? Email: klynch [at] FlatironDistrict.NYC

This list is not comprehensive and ever-changing. Please check back for updates, and visit our Flatiron Guide for other local restaurants that may also be offering delivery or take-out. Last updated July 13th, 3 pm. 

Photo Credit: Cote 


Jul 6, 2020

Get Picnic Ready in Flatiron

We've rounded up picnic-ready food options within the district for your next socially-distanced date. Enjoy the summer sun in Madison Square Park, or have an indoor picnic on a rainy day, and support local businesses while you're at it!


Blackbarn's Picnic Basket
Blackbarn's new picnic baskets offer gourmet charcuterie and cheese (three of each) plus fruits, nuts, and pickles, and house-made double chocolate cherry cookies. You then add two food items of your choice (a selection of sandwiches and salads) and a bottle of wine or cocktails for two. All baskets come with two cutlery packs, napkins, salt & pepper, and wet towelettes, so you don't have to prepare a thing. 

Bourke Street Bakery's Pastries & Savory Dishes
The Australian bakery offers a variety of pastries, savory dishes like a ham and cheese baguette, quiche, and a Smoked Salmon toast, plus 4-packs of craft beer and cider. BSB is closed on Mondays, but open for takeaway from 9 am to 3 pm daily, and you can preorder. 

Eataly's Picnic Basket for Two
Eataly's Picnic for Two includes an insulated, handcraft basket and all the fixings including dining-ware and Italian treatsFind other bundles here.

Hill Country BBQ's Barbeque Special
Feed four with a Hill Country barbeque. Can't miss out on their equally delicious sides like sweet potato mash, longhorn cheddar mac n cheese, and confetti coleslaw. 

Leonelli Focacceria's Benno Boxes
The classic Italian bakery offers killer sandwiches and focaccia pizza. Named after their head chef and founder, they offer a lunchtime Benno Box that includes your choice of focaccia, a small side salad, and three cookies. 

maman Lunchtime Menu
For a French-inspired picnic, maman has you covered with a pastry assortment for two, sandwiches, salads, jams, candied nuts, and a variety of iced coffees and teas. 

Mangia's Lunch Boxes
Order a custom lunch box from Mangia. Choose from Teriyaki Salmon, Herb Roasted Chicken Breast, or a sandwich of your choice and add on a tossed salad. Lunch boxes must be ordered online or through the phone: 212-582-5882. You can use code "MANGIA10" for 10% off at checkout. 

Patisserie Chanson's Box Sets
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a macaron box, croissant box, or kouign amann box, and finish off with a box of joe. A selection of beautifully crafted sandwiches is also available. 

ROLLN Sushi Meals 
Sushi is best when shared. Customize your own sushi meal for two, for four, or try a bit of everything. Our favorites are the Jalapeno Yuzu Yellowtail Roll and the Tempura Crunch Shrimp.

Sweetcatch Poke's Summer Poke Sliders
Bring on summer with a Hawaiian take on picnic favorites. Think Lobster Poke Salad with Yuzu Aioli, Sriracha Shrimp Poke Salad, and Hawaiian Crab Salad—all served on Hawaiian sweet slider rolls. If you're in the mood for a bowl, choose from these new poke bowls that scream summer.

Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish's Bagel Sandwiches 
Enjoy a classic NYC-style picnic with bagels. Zucker's offers staple bagel breakfast sandwiches (BEC) plus hot and cold signature sandwiches like the smoked turkey + brie, pastrami, and BLTs. 

Photo Credit: Blackbarn

Jun 30, 2020

June News Roundup

June's news media updates revolve around outdoor dining, adapting to reopenings, and the continuing effects of the pandemic on local restaurants, businesses, and real estate. Stay up-to-date with the latest Flatiron District News

Restaurants & Bars
  • Outdoor dining pushed New York City restaurants like Cote to rethink their menus. The Michelin-starred Korean-style steakhouse's regular beef-dominated bill of fare now has been supplemented with a classic, picnic-minded favorite: fried chicken (via The Wall Street Journal).
  • Chef Dan Jackson, culinary director of Fields Good Chicken, recalls the high-paced atmosphere of the Eleven Madison Park kitchen after it topped San Pelligrino's list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2017 (via Inside Hook).
  •  Eataly's Flatiron location — the global Italian food hall for meats, cheeses, and fluffy focaccia — is the perfect place to get a restaurant-made picnic spread in New York City (via Eater).
  • A new rooftop bar and lounge at 234 Fifth Avenue may soon take shape in NoMad pending approvals from the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (via New York YIMBY).
  • Blackbarn and La Pecora Bianca are highlighted as two New York City restaurants open for outdoor dining (via TechGeeked).

BID Businesses
  • Raul Àvila an event planner with a retail store on West 22nd Street was “very, very happy. After three months of being home, I could not wait to get back to work,” when interviewed about Phase 1 reopening (via CBS New York).
  • In February, right before New York was put on lockdown, menswear designer Todd Snyder held a made-to-measure suit fitting at his stores on Madison Square Park and West Broadway (via Business of Fashion).

Real Estate & Commercial
  • Madison House, NoMad’s tallest residential skyscraper of 805 feet at 126 Madison Avenue, is undergoing final touches (via New York YIMBY).
  • Four condo units at Madison House, an unfinished luxury development in the city’s NoMad neighborhood, went into contract in the past month at market prices collectively worth at least $6 million (via Crain's New York).
  • Hair Lounge hair salon signed a ten-year retail lease for 1,314 square feet of space on the second floor of 668 Sixth Avenue (via Globe St). 
  • The 479-foot-tall residential tower at 30 East 31st Street nears completion. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the high-rise mixes Neo-Gothic and Art Deco styles present in the historic NoMad neighborhood to create one of the most distinctive new buildings in the city (via 6sqft).
  • Allen Gross’ GFI Capital has upped its stake in the 337-key James Hotel and now controls around 80 percent of the hotel at 22 East 29th Street (via The Real Deal).
  • Heitler Houstoun Architects' proposal to replace aging facade at 1177 Broadway is now under review by the Landmarks Preservation Commission (via New York YIMBY)
  • Buyers are turning to virtual tours to safely view properties from home. At 21 East 22nd Street, Douglas Elliman agent Frances Katzen hosted a tour over Zoom for buyers (via U.S. News & World Report).
  • According to rental site Zumper, median rents for a one-bedroom in the Flatiron District are hovering around $4,100, compared to a $3,235 one-bedroom median for New York as a whole (via Hoodline).
In the Neighborhood 
  •  Area Business Improvement Districts rise to challenge COVID-19 realities and recount how COVID-19 and cases of looting have impacted their usual public programming, and how they’re maintaining the areas that have been hit particularly hard (via Chelsea Community News).

Photo Credit: Inside Hook

Jun 26, 2020

How to Be a Good Customer in the Times of COVID-19

More and more Flatiron & NoMad restaurants are reopening with outdoor dining facilities in order to get back on their feet after facing three months of hardship, and many are attempting this as a new part of their business model.

The current climate is also a change for patrons. so we've compiled some pointers to help best support the businesses safely:

  • Stay home if you feel sick, or if you have reason to think you've been exposed to COVID-19.
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer and wear your mask as much as possible throughout the dining experience. Other than when you are eating and drinking, your mask should be on!
  • When ordering, try to place the order and other requests all at once to reduce the number of trips the waiter has to make from the back of the kitchen to outside the restaurant.
  • NY State law requires staff to wear PPE to protect public health (including yours and theirs) - so please don't joke about or make fun of staff in masks.
  • Tip service staff generously! If you cannot afford to do so, consider ordering takeout. Waiters are risking their health to make a living and stay afloat.
  • Be extra courteous. Restaurants are trying their best to adapt, so be understanding of longer wait times and slower service. Be extra patient, and adjust your expectations for our new reality. 
  • After enjoying your meal, leave in a timely manner. Restaurants are operating at such low capacity limits. Recognize that faster table turnover allows them to make higher profts, which is vital right now to stay afloat.
  • Maintain social distancing guidelines throughout your dining experience. Keep your kids close to your table, and refrain from interacting with other restaurant-goers when entering and exiting the dining space.

You can adapt these tips to all business interactions as we continue to resume activity during the pandemic. Many of these are applicable to your retail and services expereinces as well.

When in doubt, follow all posted signage, defer to all staff requests, and get in an out as quickly as possible. For our business community to survive, and to keep all New Yorkers healthy, we all need to do our part.  

Feeling confident about these tips? Visit our list of Phase 2 Dining Options in the district to see which local restaurants you can support while enjoying your outdoor dining experience.

Photo Credit: (Header) Bread & Tulips; (Thumbnail) Cote

Jun 22, 2020

The 2020 Annual Report: What Happens Next

In the midst of this moment of uncertainty, as we plan, revise, and plan again for a continually changing future, this year's Annual Report is titled "What Happens Next".

Everyone has the same question. But no one really knows the answer.

Typically issued as a print publication at our Annual Meeting each June, we're proud to release the Partnership's 2020 Annual Report in a digital-first format.

Learn about the work we've done over the past 12 months including how our services have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hear from six members of the business community— the faces behind CoteFotografiskasundays nail salonDharma Yoga CenterLois Lane Travel, and Shake Shack— who discuss how overcoming the uncertainty of past endeavors and crises has informed their present thinking.

We look forward to gathering virtually for this year's Annual Meeting on Wednesday, September 16. Please save the date.

>> The 2020 Annual Report: What Happens Next





Jun 18, 2020

Phased Reopenings & Outdoor Dining

Updated Monday, July 6, 5:30 pm

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is closely following City and State recommendations and guidelines for NY Forward and NYC Open Restaurants. We'll update this page as new information becomes available.

New York Forward - Phase Three

New York City reopened for Phase Three on Monday, July 6th. Mayor Bill De Blasio announced on July 1st that indoor dining will be excluded from Phase Three and postponed indefinitely. Reopening will resume for personal care services and outdoor recreation.

New York Forward - Phase Two

NYC reopened for Phase Two on Monday, June 22nd. Business owners should familiarize themselves with industry-specific guidelines and develop the required Safety Plan outlining how they will prevent the spread of COVID-19. Business types allowed to reopen include:

NYC Open Restaurants Program (Outdoor Dining)

NYC’s Open Restaurant Program is an effort to expand outdoor seating options for restaurants and bars to promote open space, enhance social distancing, and help them rebound in these difficult economic times. This program is designed to assist existing restaurants and bars that have been authorized by the Governor to re-open under Phase Two and want to use outdoor areas on a temporary basis. This program is only for restaurants and bars seeking permission to place outdoor seating in front of their establishment on the sidewalk and/or curbside lane. Applications now open

Open Streets: Restaurants allows community based organizations, including Merchants Associations or a group of, at a minimum, three (3) food service establishments (a "Restaurant Group") on a full block may express interest in offering seating on an Open Street by submitting an application, including a site seating and safety plan, detailed run of show, management plan, and outreach plan, to NYC DOT. Open Streets: Restaurants seating is executed through full block, recurring street closures that are planned for nights and weekends beginning in July 2020. Applications now open

 DOT is enforcing the guidelines of the New York City Open Restaurants Program, focusing on roadway seating areas and ensuring they are complying with the safety requirements of the program. DOT will immediately suspend the Open Restaurants authorization for any establishment found to be out of compliance and such establishments must cease operations in the roadway area. In these cases, all furniture and materials must be removed from the roadway and the space cannot be used again until the establishment is able to achieve full compliance to DOT's satisfaction.

Please be sure you're following all guidelines New York City Open Restaurant Program to ensure continued operation. 


For more resources and updates pertaining to the pandemic, visit our COVID-19 Resources & Updates pageIf you have questions or needs, please email the team directly: Covid19@FlatironDistrict.nyc 

Jun 11, 2020

Father's Day Roundup

Celebrate Dad and the special men in your life this Father's Day, June 21st, with online exclusives from Flatiron businesses.

Even though Father's Day will be celebrated differently this year, make the most of Dad's special day. Our Father's Day roundup highlights gift and delivery ideas that are sure to make him feel special while supporting district retailers and local restaurants.Order early to avoid possible delivery delays.


Place your orders online ahead of time to ensure on-time delivery. Shipping may be affected by COVID-19.

Destination XL (DXL) Men's Apparel
An all-inclusive one-stop-shop for apparel and shoes for 'Big and Tall' men with Father's Day specials including their buy one get one 75% deal, using the code BIGDEAL. 

To celebrate fathers everywhere, Eataly has carefully curated a selection of the highest quality food, drink, and gift boxes perfect for Dad. For home-cooked Italian comfort this Father's day, pick out Dad's favorites in the store, and Eataly will package and ship the items to his doorstep.

The Home Depot
Shop tools, gift cards, and more for all of Dad's home improvement desires. 

Johnston & Murphy
Help Dad look his best with Johnston & Murphy's Father's Day Gift Ideas complete with stylish apparel, accessories, and shoe

L’Occitane En Provence
Celebrate Dad with luxury skincare essentials and fresh aromatic scents in Provençal gifts. Gift prices range from $5 to $90, and products available include creams, shaving duos, and fragrances. 

The Manhattan Saddlery
Whether your Dad rides horses or simply enjoys an equestrian look, the Manhattan Saddlery provides has an assortment of gift items perfect for this Father's Day. Can't decide what to get him? Gift cards range from $25 to $1,000 so Dad can choose what suits him best. 

Premier Indoor Golf
Although its doors are closed temporarily, you can still purchase a virtual golf lesson for dad available via video conferencing. 

Rizzoli Bookstore
Rizzoli Bookstore offers a wide collection of books from photography and travel, to sports and foreign literature.

Support a Father-favorite and local restaurant by purchasing a unique Scarpetta experience that can be scheduled for a later date. Choose from pasta-making, a private dinner party, or an in-home-chef experience through #SaveNYCEats. 

Thursday Boot Company
Shop the highest quality boots for Dad at an honest price.

Todd Snyder
Head over to Todd Snyder to shop the Father's Day Collection for Dad, featuring timeless menswear classics with New York sensibility. 

Give the special man in your life the gift of self-care this Father's Day. For preventative or healing measures for Dad, pick up a gift card ranging from $50 to $150 for herb remedies, sound meditations, and more. 

Fitness & Spas
Though some establishments are temporarily closed due to COVID-19, order a gift card for a future visit, and support a local business!

Brrn (212) 352-3132

Dyanna Spa
 (212) 995-2355

Living Fresh Men's Spa (212) 366-9080

Premier Indoor Golf (646) 657-01745


Restaurants for an Impressive Meal
Place your orders online ahead of time to ensure on-time delivery. Delivery hours may be affected by COVID-19.

Atoboy | Delivery or Pick-up | Call 646-476-7217 or via Caviar | Offering Family Meal Packages for 2-3 people and 4-6 people | 12 pm - 8:30 pm

Bazar Tapas 
| Delivery or Pick-up | Happy hour prices available all day, every day. | 11:30 am - 11 pm

BLACKBARN | Curbside Pick-up | 212) 265-5959, Grubhub & Seamless | Every entree purchase will buy a meal for homebound elderly through City Meals on Wheels. | 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Cote Korean Steakhouse | Delivery or Pick-up to order Food To-Go, A selection of meats from their Butcher Shop, or Wine | via Caviar | 4 pm - 9 pm

Dos Caminos | Delivery via DoorDash (Free Delivery), Grubhub, or Seamless & Pick-up | 212-294-1000 | Tues-Sun: 11:30 pm - 8 pm

Flats Fix | Delivery or Pick-up | Call 212-353-2400 | Delivering food, cocktails, beer, and mixed drinks, including fresh lime margaritas and Palomas.

Flatiron Wines
 | Delivery or Pick-up | Call 212- 477-1315 | Local, neighborhood same-day delivery is free. For wider NYC, next-day delivery available via FedEx and Courier | 12 pm - 8 pm

Giorgio's of Grammercy | Delivery or Pick-up | 5 pm - 9 pm

Hanjan | Email hooni@danjinyc.com | Heat & Serve Meals Available ($135) - feeds a family of 4 for 2 meals. Free delivery! In your email, please include your name, phone number, and address. Check Hanjan's IG page for details on the weekly meal kits.

Hill Country Barbecue Market | Delivery or Pick-up | Order combos, boxes, and meals | M/T: 5 pm - 9 pm, W-Sun: 12 pm - 9 pm

Mexicue | Delivery or Pick-up | Margaritas available! When your food order is $40+, enjoy a round of free margaritas. In the cocktails menu, hit  "Round of Margs" and use code "THOMAS." | 12 pm - 9 pm

Rocco Steakhouse | Delivery or Pick-up | 212-696-9660 |12 pm - 8 pm

Shorty's | Delivery or Pick-up | Order directly from the website and save 10% | 11 am - 11 pm

The Smith | Delivery via CaviarDoordashGrubhubSeamlessUberEats or Pick-up | Expanded menu offerings, family-style dinners for two, cocktails, beer & wine available | 11:30 am – 9:00 pm

Thyme Cocktail Bar (New Speakeasy) | Delivery or Pick-up | All food items are 50% Off during Happy Hour from 3 pm to 6 pm, and enjoy 25% off orders of $70 or more with code "25THYME" | Food delivery & pick-up Th-Sat: 3 pm - 8 pm | Drink delivery & pick-up: 8 am - 3 pm 

Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar | Delivery or Pick-up | Delivery available in Manhattan and the Bronx. Deliveries will be made 1-2 days after an order is placed. | Pick-ups can be made the following day at VSV's NoMad at 1140 Broadway (26th/Broadway) 9 am - 2 pm.

Zero Otto Nove | Delivery or Pick-up via phone at 212-242-0899 | Any pick-up orders over $75 receive a free bottle of wine. | 4 pm - 9 pm.

Zucker's Bagels | Offering a Father's Day Package Brunch for 6Direct WebsiteGrubhubSeamlessUberEatsDoorDash, & Pick-up | Use code FREEDELIVERY for free delivery via Zucker's website. Delivery available in Manhattan and order cut-off of 2 pm. | 7 am - 2:30 pm

Header Photo Credit: Thursday Boot Company
Thumbnail Credit: Hill Country BBQ

Want to be added to the list? Email: klynch [at] FlatironDistrict.NYC

Jun 9, 2020

Flatiron Community Raises $32,000 to Support Local Restaurants

On May 4th, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership launched the Feed Flatiron’s First Responders initiative, raising money to directly support neighborhood restaurants heavily impacted by the economic challenges of COVID-19. The program allowed us to fund daily meal orders delivered to the local emergency responders working tirelessly throughout the crisis to serve Flatiron and NoMad.

To kick-start the program, the Partnership committed $10,000, and pledged to match every donation $1 for $1 up to $10,000. The Flatiron and NoMad communities quickly responded to support the restaurants they love and show appreciation for these frontline workers. We were able to raise an additional $12,000 thanks to these generous donations.

Over the 4-week long meal delivery program, the Partnership used contributions to purchase over 3,200 meals from 30 different local restaurants, delivered to our neighborhood emergency teams every day through the end of May.

We spent a total of $32,000 with these district businesses thanks to the outpouring of support.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to everyone who was able to donate, the first responders who serve our neighborhood, and the local restaurants who make our district so vibrant and well-loved. As we transition into reopening, we urge you to support locally-owned businesses by ordering directly and frequently!

Through this initiative, we directly purchased meals from the local restaurants below:

Missed our coverage on the initiative? Check out our Twitter and Facebook for pictures of the restaurants and meals delivered to first responders in May.

Jun 9, 2020

Free Mask Distribution Program

As we transition into the upcoming phases of NY Forward, we are excited to welcome local businesses and employees back into the district. However, staying healthy and keeping the curve flat is our top priority. We've partnered with Small Business Servies and the Department of Consumer Affairs to aid in the distribution of face coverings at no cost to small business owners and their employees. We are proud to be a distribution partner in this initiative and will distribute 3-ply surgical masks in multiples of 50 on a first come first serve basis.

*On June 22nd, the Partnership received a second drop-off of free masks from the City.  We are giving out an additional 26,000 masks to local businesses.* To request masks, please email Kim Lynch at klynch@flatirondistrict.nyc with your business's name, address, and number of employees, and include "Face Masks" in the subject line.

If you need to purchase essential products such as hand sanitizer and gloves, we encourage you to purchase from these local businesses and support your neighbors.

Please be mindful of required signage for reopening outlined by the State from the New York Department of Health. The signage is available to download and print here.

Lastly, we are conducting a Flatiron & NoMad Business Recovery Survey to help us gain a better understanding of your business recovery efforts and the challenges you anticipate as NYC, and our neighborhood, begins to reopen. Please complete this brief 5 minute survey, intended for both ground floor retail and upper floor office tenants, to help us learn more about how we can best help you.



2020 Archive

Summer Dining Options in the Flatiron District

Get Picnic Ready in Flatiron

June News Roundup

How to Be a Good Customer in the Times of COVID-19

The 2020 Annual Report: What Happens Next

Phased Reopenings & Outdoor Dining

Father's Day Roundup

Flatiron Community Raises $32,000 to Support Local Restaurants

Free Mask Distribution Program

Remembering Carvel Hidlay “Rusty” Moore

A Letter to Our Community

Black-Owned Businesses in Flatiron and NoMad

Flatiron Foodie: Taïm's S'rug (Yemenite Cilantro Hot Sauce)

Flatiron Plate Now Open

2020 Annual Meeting & Community Reception Postponed

April News Roundup

Flatiron & NoMad Open Streets Initiative

Gov. Cuomo Announces Guidelines for Reopening NY State

Join us to Feed Flatiron's First Responders

Volunteers Needed for NAC's "Story (Any) Time"

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

Mother's Day Flatiron Gift Guide

Springtime in Flatiron

New York Business Leaders Unveil Economic Relief & Recovery Plan

Flatiron Foodies: Honeybrains' Honey Tahini Toast

March News Roundup

Shop Flatiron Retail Online

Rizzoli Bookstore Staff Picks

Flatiron Businesses Giving Back

Online Classes & Virtual Experiences

COVID-19 - Financial Resources for Businesses & Nonprofits

Flatiron Fundraising Efforts You Can Support

Essential Retailers Open to Support You

Flatiron Foodies: Om Juice Bar's Blue Lagoon Smoothie Bowl

Historic Flatiron District Walking Tours Temporarily Cancelled

Support Local Businesses

Saint Patrick's Day Take Out/Delivery in Flatiron

New Neighbor: Sticky's Finger Joint

Support Women-Owned Businesses in Flatiron

February News Roundup

New Neighbor: Renaissance New York Chelsea

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources & Updates

Get to Know: Center for Book Arts

New Neighbor: Verōnika

Where to Staycay in the Flatiron District

Flatiron Sponsorship Opportunities for 2020

Flatiron Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Flatiron Foodies: Il Fiorista's Elysian Fields Lamb Loin

January News Roundup

Valentine's Day Dining Guide in Flatiron

Where to Watch the Big Game

2019 Community Survey Snapshot

23 Days of Flatiron Cheer 2019 Recap

Flatiron News Roundup: Highlights from 2019

Flatiron Foodies: Sophie's Cuban Cuisine's Picadillo de Res

January Joiner: Get Fit in 2020

New Neighbor: LL Studio by Laughing Lotus