Meet the Chefs from Union Square's Newest Restaurants in Union Square Park

Union Square is home to some of New York City's hottest restaurants and eateries - want a chance to try them all? Join us for the 23rd Annual Harvest in the Square this fall!

On September 20th, Union Square Park will feature over 60 restaurants, wineries, and breweries, all under our massive tent on the park's North Plaza. Your ticket gets you unlimited tastings from the neighborhoods buzziest new restaurants, alongside your distinguished favorites. Read on for this year's new restaurants, and for a full list of all your favorites (think Union Square Cafe, Breads Bakery, Nur, and more) view our restaurant lineup here.

Get your tickets to Harvest in the Square, Union Square's premier food + wine festival in support of Union Square Park.

Bocce Union Square

This summer the Union Square community welcomed Bocce Union Square to the park's historic pavilion space. This brand new open-air eatery serves remarkably fresh hand-tossed pizzas from Executive Chef Timothy Meyers and pizza consultant Anthony Falco, both vets from Brooklyn's famed Roberta's Pizza. From their crazy-good pizzas and shareable plates to refreshing drinks and decadent desserts, we can't wait to try what this year's Restaurant Chair is cooking up for Harvest.


One of Long Island's most popular Greek restaurants made its Manhattan debut just months ago in Union Square. Executive Chef Chris Christou blends classic dishes from the Greek Islands with modern flavors, creating delicious meals like whole grilled fish, sagnaki, Hamachi crudo, and stuffed calamari. Sample this slice of Santorini under the big tent at Harvest this fall.

Le Coq Rico

The chicken takes center-stage at this new-American bistro serving heritage breed whole birds and decadent egg desserts. Executive Chef Antoine Westermann's distinctive cuisine earned Le Coq Rico two stars from New York Times Restaurant Critic Sasha Maslov. Join us under the tent to get a taste of some of the best poultry in NYC.


Meet the chefs behind this Southern Italian-inspired restaurant on 18th Street. Executive Chef PJ Calapa (behind the NYC favorite Spainard) fills the airy, communal dining space with fresh seafood dishes like grilled branzino, various crudos, and mafaldine pastas. Think: Under the Tuscan Sun meets Chef's Table.

Bowery Road

This American brasserie made its debut at last year's Harvest in the Square, and is now back for their second year. Chef Ron Rosselli creates thoughtfully prepared, healthy dishes like roasted salmon, whole grain trumpet pasta, and Niman pork adobo. Each dish is seasonally inspired by the Union Square Greenmarket, where we catch Chef Rosselli shopping regularly.

Discover all of the other chefs you can meet at this year's festival. Browse the full list of 60+ restaurants, wineries, and breweries offering unlimited bites at Harvest in the Square and get your tickets before the price goes up on event day.