Preview the 2018 Harvest in the Square Menu


The chefs are ready and the menu is set: get excited to taste unlimited bites from New York’s hottest restaurants at Thursday’s Harvest in the Square. This year’s menu is jam-packed with offerings from over 50 restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries. Read on for a preview of this year’s Harvest menu and join us under the big tent to try a taste from every eatery.

When you enter the Harvest tent on the North Plaza, you will receive a menu that details this year’s restaurants, chefs, and dishes. Each dish is specially chosen by Union Square Chefs and presented in a perfectly bite-sized portion, so you can taste them all.

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At this year’s event, you’ll taste Harvest Pizza from Bocce Union Square, featuring Greenmarket ingredients like parsnip, fennel, sweet potato and apple balsamic; meet Chef Ron Rosselli from Bowery Road and savor fresh roasted cauliflower with chili-honey vinaigrette; try Greek-inspired duck baklava from new eatery Kyma; sample Le coq Rico’s delectable chicken brioche pie; and enjoy Spanish mackerel crudo from Scampi.

End the night with something sweet: indulge in New York style cheesecake from Daily Provisions, assorted country pies from Hill Country Chicken, inventive Froot Loops creme brûlée from Kellogg’s NYC, and wash it all down with signature hot cocoa from Cocoa Store NY.

From hearty meats to fresh seafood, local produce to chocolatey sweets, this year’s Harvest in the Square menu has bites to please all appetites. We guarantee you’ll leave with a new favorite USQ eatery and a renewed love for classic neighborhood restaurants.

Harvest in the Square benefits Union Square Partnership’s ongoing efforts to maintain, beautify, and program Union Square Park and the surrounding district. Proceeds support a wide range of initiatives including planting and landscaping, installation of new seating areas, and free community programs for all ages, keeping Union Square active and vibrant. VIP tickets are $500; General Admission tickets are $125 and $150 on event day. Get tickets here.