P.F. Chang's New NYC Flagship Location Is Now Open in Union Square

It's the restaurant's first sit-down spot in the city.

Photo courtesy of P.F. Chang's
Photo courtesy of P.F. Chang's

After opening several to-go locations during the pandemic, P.F. Chang's is expanding its presence in New York City in a big way with a new dine-in flagship location in Manhattan's Union Square

The doors are now officially open at 113 University Place in Manhattan, near 13th Street. The restaurant will mark the brand's first full-service location in the city. It joins to-go locations in the Financial District and Midtown East and signage for a still-unopened location in Hell's Kitchen. 

"The full-service location will complement our existing P.F. Chang's To Go locations in the city," the company said in a statement to Thrillist. "Together, the Flagship and P.F. Chang’s To Go give our guests an option to experience our elevated Asian cuisine in a way that fits their lifestyle, timing, and occasion."

Sprawling across 7,319 square feet and three floors, P.F. Chang's Union Square provides guests with a large mezzanine seating area as well as a downstairs bar and a dedicated takeout area. The menu flaunts a few special items that are exclusive to the restaurant's flagship locations (like P.F. Chang's Wagyu Steak), and the space is decorated with signature elements, including one-of-a-kind pieces like the large "Samurai Girl and Dragon" hand-painted mural by local artist Danielle Mastrion. 

Additionally, for a limited time, the new location will be offering holiday dishes, including Peking Duck Spring Rolls, Cantonese-Style Lobster, and Sticky Toffee Pudding. Holiday dishes will be available at the new flagship through early 2023. 

P.F. Chang's Union Square is open Sunday through Thursday from 4–10 pm, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 4–11 pm.

While you prepare to chow down, check out Thrillist's guide to the best P.F. Chang's menu items.

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Chris Mench is an editor focusing on NYC News at Thrillist. You can follow him on Twitter for more of his work.