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The Pavilion Restaurant Returns for 2015 Season

Following its successful first year, The Pavilion restaurant reopened for the 2015 season in Union Square Park’s North Plaza. The restaurant invites patrons to dine on world-class lunch and dinner options using local, Greenmarket ingredients, created by Chef Mario Urgiles. 185 more words

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Spring Work Continues in Union Square

The Union Square Partnership’s spring work continues with our landscaping team planting spring flowers throughout the district. In the coming weeks, you will see our landscaping 82 more words

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Welcome to Manhattan

I’ve always felt the pull towards NYC. Walking around Manhattan for the first time on Saturday confirmed that those feelings were valid and intuitive. I’m in love with this city- the energy, the people, the atmosphere with its towering buildings and crazy drivers- it’s electrifying. 122 more words

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USP Board President Lynne P. Brown Honored at City & State's Above & Beyond Awards

Each year, City & State honors 25 women who exhibit exemplary leadership in their fields and have made important civic and public contributions. Lynne P. Brown, Senior Vice President for University Relations and Public Affairs at New York University and Union 170 more words

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USP is Sprucing Up for Spring

It’s snowing on the first day of spring.  Luckily, the Union Square Partnership Clean Team has gotten a head start preparing for the new season. The Team has been working hard this winter… 105 more words

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Tocqueville Celebrates 15th Anniversary this Month

The award-winning Tocqueville Restaurant will be celebrating their 15-Year Anniversary this month.  Known for their ability to create exquisite European-inspired American cuisine using local Union Square Greenmarket ingredients, Tocqueville has been a dining 109 more words

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Day 6 – Monday October 20th, 2014:

  • First stop: 9/11 Memorial Museum. As I reviewed in my opening NYC Highlights post, this was perhaps one of the most impressive and unforgettable museums I’ve been to.
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