Sep 1, 2021

August News Roundup

August news highlights include restaurant openings and announcements, new office tenants, and hotel construction progress. Stay in the know with the latest Flatiron News.

Restaurants & Bars

District Businesses

  • Mastercard Inc. renovated its 150 5th Avenue offices including telephone booths and Zoom-friendly conference rooms for the hybrid work enviroment (via Bloomberg).
  • Life Time's fitness app, TB12, is mentioned in 'The 5 best free and paid fitness apps for men and women to try in 2021' (via New York Post).
  • Alo Yoga became an official wellness partner of New York Fashion Week and plans to host events in Flatiron and SoHo from Sept. 6 to 12 (via WWD).
  • GlossLab, a membership-based nail studio, opened an additional location in the Flatiron District (via Beauty Packaging).
  • The NoMad Hotel opened a London location in the formerly Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station (via Forbes).

Real Estate

Around the Neighborhood

  • NYC Homecoming Week highlighted Maya Lin's Ghost Forest as "a symbol of climate change" (via Patch). 
  • Madison Square Park's origin history of Manhattan's original potter's field is mentioned in 'Serveral of NYC's public parks got their starts as mass graves before become green space' (via Brooklyn Based).

Header Photo Credit: Mastercard
Thumbnail Photo Credit: Black Barn
Main Page Photo Credit: Zaytinya

Aug 16, 2021

Dessert Spots in the Flatiron District

Treat yourself or a sweet-toothed loved one to unforgettable desserts around the neighborhood. Our guide covers everything from pastries to ice cream... enjoy!

Where to Grab a Treat:

Bambū, 38 East 23rd Street, Menu
Stop by Bambū and try their Vietnamese dessert drink options and delicious specialty Chè.

Borsalia, 1165 Broadway, Menu
Check out the new restaurant Borsalia's gelato, cannoli's, and pastries baked fresh daily.

Bourke Street Bakery, 15 East 28th Street, Menu
Stop by Bourke Street Bakery for savory and sweet pastries, freshly baked organic bread, muffins, cakes, and cookies.

img-6481Photo Credit: Cha Cha Matcha by @aya_ny67

Cha Cha Matcha, 1158 Broadway, Menu
Try Cha Cha Matcha's lattes, sweet seasonal drinks, and soft serve ice cream. 

Dippin' Dots and Doc PopcornOne Madison Avenue (24 East 23rd Street)Menu
Enjoy the nostalgic treat and have your pick from over a dozen flavors of Dippin' Dots ice cream, and Doc Popcorn's sweet, savory, creamy, and crunchy varieties. 

Dominique Ansel Workshop, 17 East 27th Street, Menu
Stop by Dominique Ansel Workshop for fresh-baked pastries and croissants like from famed Chef Dominque. The Huckleberry & Venilla Riz Au Lait Cube and Brown Sugar DKA are unforgettable. 

Dough Doughnuts, 14 West 19th Street, Menu
Enjoy Dough Doughnuts' freshly baked doughnuts with flavors like Cheesecake, Blood Orange, and Irish Coffee Cream Filled. Plus, try their vegan options such as Vegan Plain Glaze and Vegan Hibiscus.

Eataly Flatiron + Eataly Plaza Kiosk, Flatiron North Plaza, Menu
The Italian marketplace is well known for their dessert selection including their pastry counter with typical and creatice Italian treats, cookies and cakes. Make a pit stop at Eataly's Kiosk in the Flatiron Plaza and enjoy artisanal gelato made in-house with over 10 flavors options.

Krispy Kreme, 36 East 23rd Street, Menu
Stop by Krispy Kreme for their classic glazed doughnuts and other popular flavors like Chocolate Iced Glazed, Reese's, and Glazed Raspberry Filled. You can pick up sweet coffee drinks like Original Glazed®, Oreo, Mocha, and Caramel.

Photo Credit: Lady M Confections

Lady M Confections, 1178 Broadway, Menu
Enjoy Lady M Confections 9" crepe cakes with their featured flavors of Passion Fruit Mille, Strawberry Shortcake, and Purple Yam Mille.

Le Pain Quotidien , 931 Broadway, Menu
Stop by Le Pain Quotidien to try their baked goods and desserts like their Pain aux Raisins, Mixed Berry Tart, and Belgian Chocolate Brownie.

Leonelli Bakery, 7 East 27th Street, Menu
Visit Leonelli Bakery for their freshly baked Italian cookies, hand pies, bombolinis, cannolis, tiramisu, and other delectable desserts. 

maman, 22 West 25th Street, Menu
Enjoy maman's pastry selection including their Nutella Beignet, Pistachio Choclate Croissant, loaf cakes, their famous Nutty Chocolate Chip cookies. and handmade Oreos. 

Patisserie Chanson, 20 West 23rd Street, Menu
Patisserie Chanson is a modern European café that specializes in the art of dessert making. Try their seasonal fruit tart, seaonal macarons, a variety of eclair flavors including Strawberry Rose and Chocolate Infinity, an impressive selection of crossiants and their can't miss Kouign Amann pastry. 

img-6480Photo Credit: Seven Grams Caffe by @nycmouth  

Seven Grams Caffe, 76 Madison Avenue, Menu
Stop by to taste the shop's crowd favorite gooey cookies, brownie bites, and banana bread. 

Thyme Bar, 20 West 23rd Street, Menu
Thyme Bar is an underground speakeasy offering a cocktail and dessert experience like no other. Check out their signature cakes including the Truffle Pineaplle Passionfruit as you enjoy cocktails that looks like works of art. 

Header Photo Credit: Maman
Thumbnail Photo Credit: Lady M Confections
Main Page Photo Credit: Dough Doughnuts

Aug 16, 2021

Flatiron Fitness Series 2021 Recap

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership's Flatiron Fitness Serieswhich concluded on August 4th, presented eight weeks of outdoor workouts in support of local fitness studios and gyms. Attendees worked out on rooftop terraces at nearby hotels Tuesday mornings and at Flatiron's signature “Wellness Wednesday” evening classes on the Public Plaza at 6 pm. All classes collected donations and 100% of donations were directed to fitness studio and gym partners. In total, we partnered with 10 studios and gyms, two hotels, and eight food and retail shops. 

Starting Juune 15th, the program spanned eight weeks. Overall, approximately 250 attendees particpated (*class capacity was limited this year to maintain social distancing) and $1,429 in donations was collected from attendee. Additionally, for each fitness class, "Attendee Perks" email featuring deals & promos from local businesses was sent. The program was popular on social media with over 100K social media impressions earned. 

Check out the full program recap and stats here

Shout out to our partners for a successful program this year: 

And a big THANK YOU to everyone who participated and donated to support neighborhood fitness studios and gyms!

>> For a full program recap of the FLATIRON FITNESS SERIES, CLICK HERE.<<
Aug 2, 2021

July News Roundup

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

Restaurants & Bars

  • Junoon reopened and relocated after closing for a year (via Eater NY).
  • Sona, an elegant Indian cuisine restaurant, was featured in "The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Manhattan, July 2021" (via Eater NY)
  • Bambu, a Vietnamese-inspired beverage shop, opened at 38 East 23rd Street (via Patch).
  • Both Eataly's Serra by Birreria and Glass Ceiling NoMad were featured in "Five New rooftops for business-friendly outdoor dining" (via Crain's New York).
  • Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel opened his new Dominique Ansel Workshop featuring Ansel's famous Viennoiseries and croissants (via New York Times).
  • Little Mad, a Korean-American spot lead by Executive Chef Sol Han opens on 110 Madison Avenue. The Korean-American menu is made with French and Italian techniques featuring beef tartare with shiitakes, soft shell crab, and Shin Ramyun-inspired crispy duck noodles with umami foam (via Time Out New York).
  • Cote lands a spot of "19 Places to Find Refreshing Frozen Cocktails in New York City" (via Eater NY).
  • Honeybrains was profiled and discussed their neuroscience-influenced menu (via THE CITY).
  • Mark's Off Madison owner Mark Strausman expands food offerings to four menus (via New York Times).
  • Mista Oh, a woman-owned Korean restaurant, is featured for its Korean barbecue, fried rice, and soft tofu stew (via Forbes).
  • Bounce Sporting Club, an upscale sports bar and club, sets the perfect environment to watch the Olympics with "Hail Mary" drinks, chicken strips, and pig in a pretzel (via Gotham).
  • Sarashina Horii, one of Tokyo's oldest soba shops, opened at 45 East 20th Street (via Eater NY).
  • Hill Country Barbecue Market was featured in "Where to Find Iconic Texas Dishes in NYC" (via Eater NY).
  • Giorgio's of Gramercy's Baked Alaska with strawberry and gelato was featured (via Untapped Cities).
  • The Breslin at The Ace Hotel reopened with a new menu of Bone Marrow Butter, Fried Head Cheese, Stuffed Pig's Foot, and Charred Lamb Burger (via Gothamist).
  • Mister French will relocate from Lower East Side to 14 East 21st Street this September. L'Adresse opened their second location at 1184 Broadway offering contemporary American fare of burgers and seafood dishes  (via Real Estate Weekly).
  • Local restaurants Cote and Milu were featured on the "Restaurants Are Upping Their Soft Serve Ice Cream Game in NY" list (via Thrillist).
  • Gramercy Tavern is mentioned in "NYC Restaurant Week is back this summer and here’s what you should order at its best spots" (via Time Out New York).
  • Danny Meyer, Restaurateur and CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group, Eleven Madison Park, and other spots have required all employees to get vaccinated to work. Additionally, customers too need to be fully vaccinated to dine (via Washington Examiner).
  • NuLeaf, a “plant positive” restaurant, opens its first of two locations on 23 West 23rd Street (via Time Out New York). 
  • Star pastry chef Eunji Lee has signed on with Hand Hospitality Group to open a pastry shop near the Flatiron Building. Details about the shop, including its name and exact address, are still under wraps. The pastry shop is slated to open in February of next year (via Eater New York).

District Businesses

Real Estate

Around the Neighborhood

Header Photo Credit: NYC Council Member Carlina Rivera
Thumbnail Photo Credit: Sarashina Horii
Main Page Photo Credit: Carnige Hall

Jul 20, 2021

Warm Welcome Back to Junoon

After closing last summer due to the pandemic, Junoon has reopened at a new location offering a more intimate and relaxed dining experience. Now located at 19 West 24th Street, the restaurant continues to redefine Indian cuisine through a modern style and innovative spirit.

"We are very excited to be opening in a new location in the Flatiron district because this neighborhood has been our home for over a decade now. I remember my father Rajesh (Junoon owner) driving a 15-year-old me, my brother, and my mom past the 27 west 24 street location in 2009 and at the time, there was only one restaurant on that street (there's now Eataly, which opened the same year as us, and five other restaurants on our block!). We are now a just 2-minute walk from the famous flatiron building, the gorgeous Madison Square Park, the original Shake shack, the original Eataly, world-renowned Eleven Madison Park, and more, so there is a lot of inspiration for us in this area, and we hope that we can be a source for inspiration to our future neighbors!", says Executive Chef Akshay Bhardwaj.

Their new space focuses on fusing Indian artistry and modern elegance through natural elements placed throughout the restaurant. At the entrance, guests are greeted with an abstract painting of the "Tree of Life" by Dolly Unihan, a nod to the central theme. The "Tree of Life" sandstone sculptures stand eight feet tall to the leather banquettes and Carrara marble bar within the front dining room. In the main dining room, guests can see an open chef's counter amd watch desserts being made.

Diners can expect an elegant menu of longtime favorites and new additions. The restaurant offers guests lunch, dinner a la carte, a three-course prix fixe for $85 a person, and a Chef's Tasting Menu featuring seven courses for $115 a person. The carte features Indian street food, small plates, and classic Indian fare, like Crispy Eggplant, Dahi Vada, Tandoori Octopus, Smoked Masala Ribs, and Tellicherry Duck. Additionally, there's a selection of housemade breads and Indian sweets like Hara Partha and "Cricket," a chikoo shrikhand mousse named after India's national sport.

Pictured: Tandoori Octupus

Hermat Pathak, Junoon's mixologist, curated a beverage menu ranging from zero to full-proof cocktails embracing herbs, fruits, spices, and teas used in Indian cooking. The Mumbai Margarita includes mango purée, rose-chili syrup, and cilantro-chili Maldon salt. The East India Gin Tonic features Junoon's house tonic, elderflower, orange blossom liqueur, and paan leaf.

Pictured: Mumbai Margarita 

Later this year, the restaurant will also debut the Junoon Market, a retail area for guests to purchase everything from housemade spices, saucesand specialty tea blends to desserts and baked goods to-go.

Junoon is open for lunch Thursday through Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm. Dinner service available dinner  Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday from 5 pm - 10:30 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 5 pm - 11:30pm.

Junoon, 19 West 24th Street, 212-490-2100, @junoonnyc

Jun 25, 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
Jun 23, 2021

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

Jun 21, 2021

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
Jun 10, 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


2021 Archive

New Neighbor: Bar Benno

New Neighbor: Hawksmoor

August News Roundup

New Neighbor: NuLeaf

New Neighbor: Bambū

'Key to NYC' Requirements

Dessert Spots in the Flatiron District

Flatiron Fitness Series 2021 Recap

New Neighbor: MS. KIM'S Lounge & Private Karaoke

July News Roundup

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

New Neighbor: Dominique Ansel Workshop

Q2 2021 Flatiron Market Report

Warm Welcome Back to Junoon

New Neighbor: PLANTA Queen

New Neighbor: MEET on Madison

Q2 2021 Flatiron Pedestrian Report

Celebrating Fourth of July Guide 2021

June News Roundup

Happy Hours in the Flatiron District

Celebrating & Honoring Juneteeth

Celebrating Pride Month Guide 2021

Father's Day Guide: Offers at Flatiron Shops & Restaurant

Flatiron Fitness Series is BACK

May News Roundup

New Neighbor: Harry Potter New York

New Neighbor: Foreigner Coffee by East of Normal

Summer Bucket List: Things to do in Flatiron & NoMad

April News Roundup

'Brave of Heart Fund' for Families of Healthcare Heroes

New Neighbor: Project Gaia

The Partnership Releases The Flatiron & NoMad Real Estate Snapshot Newsletter, Q1 2021

Takeout Flatiron Recap: $35,715.68 Spent With Food & Bev Establishments

New Neighbor: Krispy Kreme

Mother's Day Guide: Offers at Flatiron Shops & Restaurant

Q1 2021 Flatiron Market Report

New Neighbor: Dippin’ Dots and Doc Popcorn

New Neighbor: Nuts Factory

March News Roundup

Support Asian-Owned Businesses in Flatiron

Easter & Passover Offerings in Flatiron

New Neighbor: The FRIENDS™ Experience

Support Women-Owned Businesses in Flatiron

February News Roundup

'Gifts for the Greater Good' Goes a Little Further

Hot Chocolate Roundup

Black Owned Businesses to Support

Order Takeout to Win Dinner for a Year!

January News Roundup

Celebrate Valentine's Day with Local Shops, Restaurants, and Hotels

NY State Partnering with Ritual ONE Online Ordering Platform

New Neighbor: Mista Oh, Korean BBQ & Comfort Food

2021 Flatiron & NoMad Business Survey

New Neighbor: Mark's Off Madison, Restaurant & Bagel Bakery

New Neighbor: Life Time Fitness Club

Gifts for the Greater Good: Program Recap & THANK YOU!

December News Roundup

Flatiron Fitness Offerings