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November News Roundup

It's getting colder outside but the Flatiron District continues to stay hot with media attention highlighting restaurants and bars, health and wellness businesses, and neighborhood events. Stay up-to-date with the latest Flatiron District News with our monthly roundup of notable highlights.

  • After opening at 16 West 22nd Street in June, Korean-American steakhouse Cote has continued to receive positive critical acclaim. In a recent review, New York Times food critic Pete Wells called Cote’s beef, “in all likelihood the best at any Korean barbecue place in New York City.” In other restaurant news, Baita, Eataly’s alpine-themed pop-up restaurant, reopened on November 2nd (via AM New York).
  • November was another exciting month for the BID with our holiday launch party and the unveiling of Future Expansion’s Flatiron Reflection on the Flatiron North Public Plaza on Monday, November 20th. Flatiron Reflection was the winner of the annual Holiday Design Competition and will remain on view through the holidays as part of the BID’s annual “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer” programming (via Town & Village and Manhattan Digest). For more information on “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer”, click here.
  • In addition to the unveiling of Flatiron Reflection, the Flatiron District hosted several other noteworthy events throughout the month. In nearby Madison Square Park, our friends at the Madison Square Park Conservancy unveiled Whiteout by artist Erwin Redl. The installation is comprised of hundreds of twinkling LED lights in the Park’s central Oval Lawn (via TimeOut New York). On Veterans Day, tens of thousands of people lined up along Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron District to honor our nation’s veterans as part of the city’s annual Veterans Day ceremony and parade (via CBS New York).

Image of Flatiron Reflection and Holiday Launch Party


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