One of the best events that helps raise money for the Madison Square Park Conservancy is happening again on July 14th. It’s Celebrate Flatiron Chefs, where you can sample delicious food from 29 local chefs and restaurants all while supporting the beautiful park. It’s all you can eat (and drink) for the admission price ($200) […]
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Brooklyn Roasting Company recently opened a location just west of Madison Square Park at 50 West 23rd Street (between 5th and 6th Avenue). The Flatiron location is their first in Manhattan and follows up on the success of their two Brooklyn locations.
One of their differentiating coffee beverages (and currently only available in this location) is their Nitrogen Cold Brew, a “cold-brew coffee infused with nitrogen gas” that is said to end up looking like a Guinness. We have not had one yet but will report back when we do.
They also serve donuts from Dough, and croissants and sandwiches from Margo Patisserie.
Brooklyn Roasting Company is open weekdays 7am-7pm and weekends 8am-7pm.
With the edition of Brooklyn Roasting Company and Toby’s Estate Coffee, we may have to bring up voting for Best Coffee in the Flatiron again at the end of this year.
Eataly will have a grand (re)opening of Eataly Vino, which has expanded to two floors and 12,000 bottles of wine. You may recall the original Eataly wine shop was forced to shut down. On Thursday, June 11th from 5-7pm they will celebrate with Ferrari sparkling wine, a 2010 Barolo tasting, and platters of salumi and formaggi. They have moved it from its original spot a few door down to 200 5th Avenue at 23rd Street. Stop on by.
The Eataly Nutella bar was once only going to be a temporary popup at Eataly, but now will be a permanent part of the Eataly offering in the New York location. They feature Nutella based crepes and waffles as well as a selection of Nutella pastries and Caffe. Plus gelato topped with Nutella. Here is the full Nutella menu: www.eataly.com/resources/eataly/files/Nutella_Opening%20Menu_05_27_15.pdf
The original Shake Shack, located in Madison Square Park has reopened after closing October 14th 2014 for renovations.
As part of the re-opening, Brooklyn United Marching Band played, Bocce Bakery was there with treats for dogs, special t-shirts were handed out to early-comers, and Brooklyn Brewery has a special Shack PhoeniX lager on tap. They also are serving a limited-edition ParkBurger (Jasper Hill Farm cheese sauce and Niman Ranch applewood smoked bacon).
Plus for summer the corn dogs are back, as well as new Red Velvet Cake Concretes. And here is the May Custard Calendar: Caramel Walnut Cake (May 18-24) and Strawberry Cheesecake (May 25-30)
As you would expect the lines were long. Welcome back Shake Shack!
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A new Mexicue location has opened at 225 5th Avenue (between 26th and 27th Street) at the base of the Grand Madison condo building on the north side of Madison Square Park. The space had been vacant since the Grand Madison opened in 2006, but it was often used for sample sales. Mexicue combines BBQ […]