Union Square just got a lot more interesting, and it's not because there's people giving out even free-er hugs, it’s courtesy of new restaurant Irvington.
Located on the street level of the W – Union Square (Park Ave and 17th St), Irvington rocks locally sourced ingredients in a seasonally driven menu with current options like freshly roasted rotisserie meats, duck confit potpie, artisan flatbreads, or bucatini with chopped porchetta.
To wash down your market-to-table fare the bar has got you covered with a serious selection of retro-inspired craft cocktails like a barrel-aged Old Fashioned or newer creations like The Walking Dead loaded with silver tequila, Lillet rose, Combier, and fresh lemon. Along with dinner they're also open for breakfast, lunch, and late-night dining.
Check out a few images below:
Duck confit potpie
A cocktail called, "Stramaro Never Dies"
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A mural inspired by Washington Irving's 'Headless Horseman' overlooks this high-ceilinged restaurant in the W Hotel off Union Square. The menu is sprinkled with Mediterranean flavors that show up in small plates like prosciutto flatbread and ricotta meatballs, while the main courses have more American red blood in their veins, from hanger steak to braised short rib with roasted Brussels sprouts. Don't miss the Manhattan cocktail served in a glass flask that's large enough to last four pours.