What to expect:
- Statues of George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette, Abraham Lincoln, and Mahatma Gandhi.
- Markets any time of the year: farmer’s markets, holiday markets
- Street chess, breakdancers, double-dutch, rap cyphers at Union Square Park
- Webster hall and Irving Plaza concert venues
Bounded by 14th Street on the south, 17th Street on the north, and Union Square West and Union Square East to the west and east respectively. Union Square is the crossroads of theatres, people, and bars; there’s no shortage of action here. As a subway hub for NYC’s many train lines, expect this to be a great meet-up spot. Book lovers can enjoy both Barnes and Noble and the iconic independent Strand Bookstore. Union Square, though also full of hustle and bustling, is quite the opposite of Midtown; there’s a sense of “go, go, go” mixed with “let’s sit down and chat a while”.
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