Meet Local Chefs from Union Square's Newest Restaurants

It’s no secret: Union Square is home to some of New York City’s absolute best restaurants! Want a chance to try them all? Join us in Union Square Park for the 24th Annual Harvest in the Square this fall!

On September 19th, 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 neighborhood’s buzziest new restaurants, alongside 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, Maialino, Strip House, Tocqueville Restaurant, Gramercy Tavern, Nur, and more) view our restaurant lineup here.

Get your tickets to Harvest in the Square, Union Square’s premier food + wine festival in Union Square Park. And then, check out the newest additions to the 2019 restaurant lineup!


From Bombay to the Big Apple, this dramatic new Indian eatery is bringing a 70s flair to Union Square. This year at Harvest, Chef Gurpreet Singh will make his debut serving Indian fusion dishes like lamb shank with rogan josh sauce and roasted bone marrow with 5 spice naan.

Caffe Panna

A seasonal Roman gelateria is opening soon in Union Square - get a first taste of Caffe Panna at Harvest this September! Chef and owner Hallie Meyer (daughter of - you guessed it - Danny Meyer) is behind this new ice cream parlor concept. Join us this fall to sample just-churned sundaes featuring fresh ingredients from the Union Square Greenmarket.


Known for high quality cuts and chef-driven dishes, BarBacon is every meat lover's dream. They offer signature beer and bacon flights, plus indulgent bacon-wrapped sandwiches, Kentucky fried bacon, or chocolatey bacon desserts. Join Chef Peter Sherman at Harvest this year to get in on all the greasy goodness!

Ole & Steen

Say "hej" to Ole & Steen, Union Square’s newest Danish bakery. This year, Ole & Steen’s Head Pastry Chef Malou Bennes is bringing “hygge” to Harvest with items like rustic sourdough loaves and traditional dark breads, plus breakfast pastries and all-day menu items.

Nutella Cafe

The world's second (and Manhattan's first) Nutella Cafe opened just last year in Union Square! The Nutella Cafe team will be serving up some real "out of the jar" menu items like Pound Cake Panzanella, and find specialty Nutella gifts and souvenirs.

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.