Sep 21, 2021

New Neighbor: Joe & The Juice

Meet Joe and The Juice's newest location at 1165 Broadway, where you can grab fresh-pressed juices and vegan shakes, wake up with handcrafted coffees and tea, and enjoy a quick bite or sweet treat. 

Photo Credit: Joe & The Juice

Founded in 2002, the juice shop chain offers health-conscious fare in a modern, ambient setting. While serving quick eats, juice, and coffee, Joe & The Juice sets out to create an atmosphere, unlike other cafes. The space's open layout feels both communal and private, and you're greeted by "juicers," aka the Joe & the Juice staff, who engage with customers while getting your order prepared and served. Take a seat at one of the mid-century modern tables next to an inviting book-lined wall.


Photo Credit: Joe & The Juice

The menu is designed to offer energy for early morning or mid-day pick-me-ups and satisfy a craving. Joe and The Juice prides itself on serving healthy products and never at the expense of taste. In the morning, head inside to try the Energizer Juice with red grapefruit, ginger, and apple, or have a Turmeric Shot with turmeric, lemon, apple, and black pepper. Joe also features two Breakfast Bowl offerings, the Acai Bowl 2.0 or the Spirulina Bowl, both filled with antioxidants. If you love coffee, have a classic Cappuccino with espresso and milk or an Iced Americano


Photo Credit: Joe & The Juice

For lunch, enjoy sandwiches like the Tunacado on Joe's Classic Bread, with tuna mousse, avocado, tomato, and pesto, and try Joe's new salads like Green Vegan Bowl with avocado, kale, cabbage, broccoli, pickled onion, edamame, spinach, vegan pesto, and toppings. To drink, try the Pick Me Up Juice with apple, strawberries, banana, and ice. And end your meal with a mini Banana Bread or a Raw Cocoa Bite made with dates, hazelnut, cocoa butter, raw cacao, cacao mass, and pink Himalayan salt.

Joe & The Juice is open daily from 7 am to 8 pm.

Joe & The Juice, 1165 Broadway, Between West 27th and 28th Street, @joeandthejuice

Header Photo: Joe & The Juice via Thrillist

 

Sep 8, 2021

New Neighbor: Bar Benno

We're pleased to give a warm welcome to Bar Benno, a Parisian-style bistro in the Evelyn Hotel located on 7 East 27th Street. Paying homage to the bistronomy movement in Paris, Chef, and Owner Jonathan Benno serves French cuisine with a focus on seafood and traditional dishes.

"I used to work in the Gramercy area for years. Then it was time to open a per se restaurant located in Columbus Circle, and I was there for about 8 years. I then opened Lincoln Ristorante located in Lincoln Center on the UWS. While I love the upper side of Manhattan, I find the Flatiron District and NoMad areas a lot more lively with a completely different clientele, all of which I totally embrace," says Chef Benno.

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At Bar Benno, guests can enjoy impressive L'aperitif, dinner, dessert, and beverage offerings. The bistro-inspired, L'apertifi menu offers cocktails and small plates like Fried Pig's Trotter with gribiche sec and cornichons, and Salmon Rillettes with Baguetts Croutons. L'aperitif 'happy hour' bites and cocktails are available daily from 5 pm to 7 pm. Moving to the dinner menu, guests can begin with a selection of fruits de mer and hors d'œuvres, which include Clams Casion; Escargots with burgundy snails, garlic, and parsley butter; and Oysters on the Half Shell. For the main course, guests can choose between inspired dishes like the Flatiron Steak with taggisasca olive butter, Grilled Salmon, Steak Tartare, and Rotisserie Chicken. Finally, for the dessert menu, guests can choose from Salted Caramel Ice Cream, Marquise Au Chocolat, Mountain Sweet Berry Harm Strawberry Sorbet, and Cinnamon Pots De Crème.

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Created by Anibal Calcagno, Bar Benno's beverage program features French-inspired cocktails. Guests can try carefully crafted drinks such as Death by Ramos, made with gin, absinthe, citrus, cream, egg white, and champagne, and Life in the South, a combination of American bourbon and rye with French Rancio Sec and Corsican Quinquina Rouge. The beer and wine list also include rosé, whites, reds, and ciders. Special Happy Hour cocktails include the Mauresque made of absinthe verte and orgeat; Afternoon Delight made with vodka, crème de cassis, lemon, soda; and All the Rage with beach plum gin, elderflower, grapefruit, sparkling wine.

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Bar Benno is open daily for L' Apéritif from 5 pm to 7 pm, dinner service from 5 pm to 10 pm, and the bar closes at 11 pm. You can make a reservation here

Bar Benno, 7 East 27th Street, (Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue), Reservations@bennorestaurant

Photo Credit: Bar Benno

Sep 7, 2021

New Neighbor: Hawksmoor

We're thrilled to welcome Hawksmoor, one of London’s most-loved restaurants and widely considered one of the best steak restaurants in the world, to the neighborhood. The restaurant, renowned for its dry-aged steaks cooked over real charcoal, award-winning cocktail program, and ethical approach to sourcing ingredients is housed in the landmarked United Charities Building at 109 East 22nd Street. 


“We’re so excited to open our doors in New York City and to be a part of this incredible community of restaurants. Getting to know like-minded farmers and producers to partner with has been humbling and inspiring, and it’s a great joy to be able to return one of New York’s most beautiful and historic rooms back to the public realm,” says Co-owners and childhood friends, Huw Gott and Will Beckett. 



Open to the public for the first time in over a hundred years, the United Charities Building, built in 1892, was originally the headquarters for prominent institutions including the Charity Organization Society, the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, and the Children’s Aid Society. The careful restoration of the building set out to showcase its original elements including a soaring 30-foot vaulted ceiling, elaborate crown molding, stained glass, mosaic flooring, and wood paneling. Upon entering, guests will be greeted with a brass-topped bar, reclaimed wood paneling, and vintage hanging lights. The 146-seat dining room features emerald green leather booths, tables made from reclaimed timber, brass accents, and is peppered with antique findings including vintage books and artwork. In addition, the space offers two private dining spaces for up to 12 people.

Priding themselves on ethically sourced ingredients and sustainability, Co-owners Gott and Beckett spent the better part of a decade searching the country for passionate and local American farmers, ranchers, and fishermen. The menu boasts pasture-reared, hormone-free American beef, sustainable seafood, and small-farm produce cooked over live charcoal.
 
Group Executive Chef Matt Brown and Executive Chef Matt Bernero curated a dinner menu curated a dinner menu anchored in the restaurant's signature steaks like the Rib-eye, Porterhouse, T-Bone, Strip, and Prime Rib Chop, complemented by sauces including Bone Marrow Gravy, Anchovy Hollandaise, and Bayley Hazen Hollandaise
 
 


 
 

Inspired by the best ingredients in America's North East, the menu also includes new and classic dishes such as Bone Marrow OystersCharcoal-Roasted Scallops with white port and garlic; Steelhead Crudo with citrus, ginger, and chili; and Old Spot Pork Belly with vinegar slaw. For sides, guests have a choice of Beef Dripping ChipsMacaroni & CheeseCreamed Spinach, and Boston Lettuce & Herb Salad.



Guests can end their meal with Hawksmoor's impressive dessert selection like the Maple Custard Tart with maple & crème Fraiche ice cream and shaved pecan praline; the Marmalade and Bourbon Ice Cream Sandwich; and the Grand Rocher, a decadent gold-leafed homage to Ferrero Rocher. 

The bar menu features dishes celebrating New York favorites and Hawksmoor’s London roots. At the bar, dishes include the Rueben Nuggets with kraut and Russian dressing; the and Hawksmoor Cheeseburger made with grass-fed beef and bone marrow, and Briana cheese from Indiana’s Whitewater Valley; and a warm Lobster Roll with garlic butter.


Furthermore, Hawksmoor is a two-time winner of the "Best International Restaurant Bar" award thanks to its thoughtfully crafted and well researched, yet approachable drink selection. The cocktail list both features favorites from London like the Hawksmoor Calling with Gin, local honey, and Lustau Manzanilla Sherry, and celebrates New York with drinks centered around local ingredients like the Nine Inch Nail made with Brooklyn’s Kings County Single Malt. There's also a dedicated cocktail section highlighting iconic New York drinks from the last five decades, including a take on the Cosmopolitan with Beefeater 24, Triple Sec, Crème de Framboise & Lillet Blanc. 

Hawksmoor’s carefully curated wine list champions small producers from around the world. The list features Hawksmoor’s own Barbera blend and a selection of new world wines from New York state, Oregon, Washington, and California as well as South Africa, Greece, and South America. All beers and ciders are sourced locally and include brews from Grimm, KCBC, Three’s Brewing, Finback and Graft Cider.

Hawksmoor opens its doors Wednesday, September 8th. During its opening week, the restaurant will be open Wednesday through Sunday for dinner from 5 pm to 10 pm and 4 pm to 12 am at the bar. Starting September 14th, Hawksmoor will be open Tuesday through Saturday. You can make a reservation here

Hawksmoor, 109 East 22nd Street, (Between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue), Reservations@hawksmoornyc


Photo Credits: Hawksmoor

Aug 27, 2021

New Neighbor: NuLeaf

The Flatiron Partnership is excited to welcome NuLeafa fast-casual plant-based restaurant setting out to satisfy your cravings made with organic, locally sourced ingredients at 23 West 23rd Street! NuLeaf believes being plant positive is better for your health and the environment. The eatery strives to make you feel good about what you're eating and contribute to the larger earth friendly movement. 


"The Flatiron was home to our first concept Terri, a popular restaurant of ten years which closed during the pandemic (formally on 23rd street). The same co-founders are very excited to return to the area and open our new plant-based restaurant, NuLeaf, for Flatiron residents. NuLeaf features an all-day menu that includes fresh, seasonal menu items and we are proud to serve organic and locally sourced produce. Our restaurant offers plenty of seating and boasts one of the largest living plant walls in New York City, featuring more than 1,800 tropical plants," says Owners Craig Cochran, Mike Pease and Molly Hellring.

Co-owner Craig Cochran curated the menu based on a plant-based reinvention of his favorite childhood recipes. The majority of the produce featured in menu items is sourced locally from New York and New Jersey farms. The NuLeaf team partners with reputable companies like Blackbird Foods for quality ingredients. Additionally, NuLeaf only uses compostable packaging and corn-based utensils.

NuLeaf's menu is divided into three sections: bowls, salads, and a variety of sides. Some featured menus items are the Chorizo Fiesta Bowl with Blackbird seitan 'chorizo,' seasoned rice, cashew 'sour cream, guacamole, black bean & corn salsa, tortilla chips, and lime-cilantro vinaigrette; the Grilled Peach Salad with mixed baby greens, jicama, herbed 'goat cheese,' sweet & spicy candied pecans, and maple balsamic dressing; and the Chickpea Tuna Sandwich with chickpea 'tuna,' 'cheddar,' tomato, red onion, and mayo served on focaccia.

 

NuLeaf's Flatiron location includes 46 indoor and 16 outdoor seats. The restaurant features a signature plant wall installation with touches of wood and black steel throughout. The lively plant wall homes more than 1,800 tropical plants. Customers will be able to eat beneath lush greenery for a welcomed break and change of scenery. For pick-up and to-go orders, the shop has a dedicated area in front of each store for ease. 

Guests can also pick from 14 smoothie and shake options. NuLeaf's signature drinks include the PB Cookie Dough Shake made with cookie dough' ice cream', peanut butter, chocolate syrup, and soy milk and the Green Power Smoothie made with kale, banana, pear, almond butter, and soy milk.

NuLeaf is open Monday to Friday from 10:30 am to 9:30 pm and weekends from 11:30 am to 9:30 pm.

NuLeaf, 23 West 23rd Street, (Between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue), @eatnuleaf


Food Photography Credit: Maria Be via NuLeaf
Interior & Exterior Phtoogrpahy Credit: Robert Bredvan voa NuLeaf

Aug 19, 2021

New Neighbor: Bambū

We are thrilled to welcome Bambū, a Vietnamese-inspired beverage shoppe with locations across the U.S., Canada, and the Philippines. Located at 38 East 23rd Street, Bambū offers over 70 drink varieties of boba teas, smoothies, yogurt parfaits, signature coffees, and their specialty Vietnamese Chè.

"We chose this location because it is a very diverse area and we're very excited to share Bambu with as many people as fast as possible and this location has extremely high foot traffic, from tourists, to locals, to students and offices," said Co-Owners Tracy Liang and Samuel Tsang.

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Chè is a Vietnamese word for traditional homemade beverages, dessert drinks and puddings. Bambū's Chè is made to order and uses freshly cut and drained coconut water, house prepared coconut milk, and a unique selection of homemade, healthy ingredients. Bambū's menu is 100% vegetarian and can be easily upgraded to vegan-friendly. 

Guests can choose from several Chè creations including their customer favorites like the Bambū Special made with fresh coconut, pandan jelly, longan, basil seed, and coconut water and the Taro Lover Khoai MÔn BÁnh Lot made with house-made taro, pandan Jelly, and coconut milk. 

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Along with Chè drinks, the shop's menu features freshly brewed fruit teas, milk teas, coffees, smoothies, yogurt parfaits, and fresh juices. Bambū uses premium brewed tea leaves and house-made pure can sugar, and guests can select the preferred sweetness level for their teas.

Bambū's coffee drinks are made with french roasted beans and chicory, and can be hot, iced, or blended. And their real fruit smoothies are thick, creamy, and refreshing. Premium smoothie options use fruits like lychee, jackfruit, avocado, and durian. Along with an array of signature creatiions, guests can make their own drinks and experiment with different flavors and toppings.

Crowd favorites include the Lavender Bubble Tea with boba, the Traditional Vietnamese Iced Coffee with coffee jelly, the #10 Bambū Favorite (made with red tapioca, grass jelly, pandan jelly, and coconut milk), and the classic Taro Milk Tea with boba. Additionally, Bambū is famous for their pandan waffles. Ice cream mochi treats are also available. 

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We're excited to have Bambū's one-of-a-kind dessert drinks join the neighborhood! Bambū is open Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday from 12 pm to 7 pm, and Friday and Saturday from 12 pm to 8 pm. 


Bambū, 38 East 23rd Street, (Between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South), @bambu.madisonsquarepark

Photography Credit: Bambū

Aug 16, 2021

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

Warm welcome to MS. KIM'S Lounge & Private Karaoke, an upscale karoke bar and lounge. Located at 6 West 28th Street (on the second floor), the lounge sets out to reinvent a traditional karaoke bar to offer an exciting escape to New Yorkers looking for a fun night out. The lounge features Korean and Japanese-inspired cuisine and cocktails in a chic new space.

“My salon (Blinglash) and my offices are right on 23rd Street in the heart of the Flatiron District, and I live in NoMad. I love it here! NoMad has this vibrant energy that reminds me of the New York I dreamed of one day visiting when I was growing up in Korea. When I had the idea of MS. KIM’S, I knew it had to be in NoMad. I didn’t look anywhere else. Now more than ever, it’s so important that we allow ourselves to connect, have fun, and live more fulfilled. I hope you will give yourself permission to close the screen and go have fun at MS. KIM’S. I think you deserve it," says Founder and Owner Anna Kim.

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MS. KIM’S has a range of soundproof karaoke rooms for various group sizes to privately eat, drink, dance, and sing the night away. Each room is fully serviced and includes state-of-the-art sound systems. The rooms are situated to have stunning views of the district, including the Empire State Building. In the lounge, patrons can enjoy a full-service bar for after-work drinks or date night. As well as enjoy weekly live jazz nights featuring musicians like Kihong Jang.

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MS. KIM'S offers a food menu with Korean and Japanese-inspired dishes featuring Shrimp Tempura, Fried Chicken Karaage, and Dragon Rolls. Their beverage menu includes wine, beer, soju, and signature cocktails like the Butterfly made with Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Infused Tequila, Lavender Syrup, Lime, and Soda Water, and the Royale Negroni made with Cognac, Campari, Montenegro Amaro, and Orange Bitters

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MS. KIM'S is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6 pm to 1 am, Thursdays and Fridays from 6 pm to  2 am, and Saturdays from 7 pm to 2 am. You can make reservations here.

MS. KIM'S Lounge & Private Karaoke, 6 West 28th Street, 2nd Flr., (Between Fifth Avenue and Broadway), @ms.kims.nyc

Photography Credit: MS. KIM'S

Jul 26, 2021

New Neighbor: Dominique Ansel Workshop

A warm welcome to Dominique Ansel Workshop, a croissant counter, located at 17 East 27th Street. Inspired by Santa's workshop, the shop includes Chef Dominique's pastry production kitchen, a test kitchen to develop new recipes and an event space for demos and chef collaborations.

"For us, the shorter the distance from the oven to your mouth, the better the croissant. So we wanted to create a little croissant counter right here inside of our pastry kitchens in Flatiron, where our team can bake fresh pastries for the neighborhood each and every morning. And with Madison Square Park just a block away, our guests can grab a few croissants and a cup of coffee, stroll to the park, and enjoy. We feel right at home here!" said Chef Dominique.

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Guests can be in the center of the process by overlooking the counter and seeing the chefs making freshly-baked menu items like viennoiseries and pastries. The menu includes various croissants and pastries like the pain au chocolat with three batons of chocolate, the Huckleberry & Venilla Riz Au Lait Cube with homemade huckleberry jam and arborio rice pudding, and the Honey-Roasted Peach Danish with lemon thyme and almond frangipane. The workshop also cranks out savory dishes like quiche and a French omelet breakfast sandwich. Additionally, La Colombe coffee & Palais des Thés teas are served. A variety of hot or iced beverages are available like Espresso, Cold Brew, Matcha Latte, and Lemonade. 

The workshop comes to us from James Beard Award-winning Pastry Chef, Dominique Ansel who is responsible for creating some of the most sought after pastries in the world, including the Cronut® (named one of TIME Magazine’s “25 Best inventions of 2013”), The Cookie Shot, Frozen S’more, Blossoming Hot Chocolate, and many more.

Dominique Ansel Workshop is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and Saturday through Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm.

Dominique Ansel Workshop, 17 East 27th Street (Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue), @DominiqueAnselWorkshop

Photography Credit: Dominique Ansel Workshop

Jul 20, 2021

New Neighbor: PLANTA Queen

Meet the new restaurant PLANTA Queen located at 15 West 27th Street. Set in a sprawling, bi-level space including a bar and lower-level speakeasy, the environmentally sustainable eatery serves bold vegan and vegetarian cuisine in a ambiant setting. The mission of the restaurant is to continuously expand the power of plant-based living by creating a dining experience that encourage guests to let loose and feel nourished, balancing indulgence with wellness. 

“We’re excited to finally share PLANTA with the greatest city in the world, and as the heart of New York City, the Flatiron neighborhood is the perfect place for us to start and grow,” says Founder and CEO Steven Salm, a New York native. “The community in the neighborhood is exceptional, with so many businesses and restaurants coming out to support each other. We’re thrilled to be here. We believe the power of plants can change the world, and that power begins with our plates. For our health, for the health of our communities, and for the wellbeing of our planet—plants are key. Every PLANTA experience is a step toward a greener future. Our dedication to environmental sustainability is interwoven throughout every part of our business, from our sourcing to our restaurant design to our packaging to our partnerships, we seek to put more back into the world than we take. PLANTA is for the planet.”

 

Curated by Chef Lee, the PLANTA Queen menu features longtime favorites across five different sections: Sushi, Chilled & Raw, Dumplings, Small Plates, and Wok & Noodles. Signature dishes include the Ahi Watermelon Nigiri, Rainbow Roll, Pad Thai Slaw, Crispy Gyoza, General D’sCauliflower, Spicy Seoul Noodles, Dan Dan Noodles, and Pineapple Fried Rice. 

Additionally, PLANTA Queen’s beverage list includes full-proof, stunning cocktails like the Herb Your Enthusiasm and Mez-CalMe Maybe; a non-alcoholic Free Spirit section crafted with Seedlip; cold-pressed juices and sake, beer, wine and hard cider options. For dessert, guests can pick from matcha cheesecake, vegan chocolate cake, or house-made mochi.

PLANTA Queen’s NoMad location was designed by studioICRAVE with 140-seated bi-level space. The restaurant including a bar with 14 seats, an open kitchen, a front lounge seating, a large main dining room, and an underground speakeasy dubbed "The Dragon’s Den" that doubles as a private dining area. The main floor focuses on using simple materials in innovative ways. The NoMad location is outfitted with Asian-themed metalwork, woven pendant lights, and a rose gold bar. 

The restaurant strives is to create plant-based experience with a positive, long-term impact in mind. The restaurant aims to challenge the current perceptions of plant-based living and strives to nourish the body and soul. 

Planta Queen opens for brunch, lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday from 11:30 am to 11 pm. Make reservations here.

Planta Queen, 15 West 27th Street (Between Fifth Avenue and Broadway), @plantaqueen

Photography Credit: Giada Paoloni for PLANTA Restaurants

Jul 19, 2021

New Neighbor: MEET on Madison

The Flatiron Partnership is excited to welcome MEET on Madison, the newest location of MEET Hospitality, a meeting and event venue that redefines the office workspace and offers customized serviced events. Located at 41 Madison Avenue, MEET on Madison partnered with Rudin Management and Tabletop Building to provide space for teams to reunite and work in-person and hybrid for meetings and events.

“MEET Hospitality is thrilled to establish its first threshold in Madison Square Park. The neighborhood is so vibrant and alive. We love how it continues to re-invent itself with such a rich history and the ability to provide a crossroads for many of New York City’s most dynamic industries, from fine arts and design to finance and technology. The location could not be more ideal,” shared Sara Schiller, Co-Founder and CEO. 

MEET on Madison aims to foster focus and creativity with meeting and event spaces. Their 7,000 square foot space has five main rooms differing in sizes and layouts, which allows for flexibility, exclusive access, and different programming. Each room has luminous ceilings that mimic the natural hue of daylight, state-of-the-art technology, and catering from renowned New York City eateries.

Designed with Method Design, guests are greeted with custom floral art installations by Dead Flowers NYC and large-scale landscapes by American photographer David Benjamin Sherry. 

Additionally, MEET Hospitality offers MEET Eats, a catering program that partners with local New York City favorites and brings it into the meeting experience. Their menu features Shake Shack, Milk, Magnolia Bakery, Katz's Delicatessen, and more.

MEET on Madison is currently welcoming meeting and event requests from September 2021 and beyond. Request a proposal here.

MEET on Madison, 41 Madison Avenue (Between 25th Street and 26th Street), @meethospitality

Photos Credit: MEET on Madison

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New Neighbor: Joe & The Juice

Where to Grab Lunch

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

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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

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