What can be better after a beach weekend than a guide to dealing with sunburns from one of the best spas in NYC? Read more here.
With a lot Halloween makeup about to be used throughout NYC, now is the time to learn face cleansing secrets from Heyday’s experts. Learn how to fit a masking ritual into your schedule here.
Johnston & Murphy, the great men’s show store, is completing final touches on its new location at 200 Fifth Avenue near 24th Street. Clothing in place and last minute touches being made to the interior. Looks like it could be open as early as tomorrow.
We’re thrilled to see that the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Sava will be rebuilt following a devastating fire. We’ll share more information as it is available.
The preeminent design publication features our NoMad neighbors’ work on a mid-century Greenwich Village apartment. On newsstands now!
We’re so excited to try ATOBOY, a new Korean small plates tasting menu restaurant at 43 E. 28th Street. Led by husband-and-wife duo chef Junghyun and Ellia Park, ATOBOY is sure to be a hit in the neighborhood.
Hearty congratulations to our Celebrate Flatiron Chefs ticket giveaway winners: David Schott and Daniel Metzger! David and Daniel each received two free tickets to the event taking place tonight in Madison Square Park, featuring dozens of culinary stars from the neighborhood.
Last Saturday the former and (potentially) next first family made an appearance in NoMad. As reported in the Daily Mail, Hillary and Bill Clinton were in NoMad to visit their daughter Chelsea at her condo on 26th Street across from the park. The former President was seen in Madison Square Park walking the family dogs, Tally and Maisie, along with his son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky and granddaughter Charlotte.
The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership will present a discussion with Michael Bierut at Rizzoli Bookstore on July 13th from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The talk with the legendary graphic designer, from Nomad-based Pentagram, will center on books relating to the surrounding area.
Starting at noon, Sunday’s PRIDE parade will go down 5th Avenue through the heart of our neighborhood. For those with special needs, there is seating at 24th Street and 5th Avenue.