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Union Square has a year-round greenmarket, where you can sample goods from local farmers. It also has several playgrounds, a lively holiday market, and benches where you can watch a slice of New York go by.
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A wonderful space inside this busy city. A great place to sit, relax, enjoy the street performers and watch the people and the beautiful surroundings. The farmers market is very good - organic produce, greenery, baked goods - highly recommended. The green market is there...More
Nice area in NYC, Farmer's market is good. Best time is fall thru Christmas. Park is really pretty in fall, and lots of seasonal treats. Christmas is amazing, They have a huge artist fare, along with some food items. Really nice. A really diverse mix...More
Great place to eat lunch, feed the pigeons, see a protest or two, buy some great organic and locally grown fruits, vegetables and even some prepared meals. Not very cheap, but quality stuff made by small local bakers and farmers
We always stay at the W Union Square and I just love this outdoor space. Great space to go for a walk, people watch, check out the dog park. During the holiday season they have an adorable outdoor market with local vendors, food stalls &...More
Many small booths of unique items you usually won't find in stores. This variety alone is worth the visit for the holidays for some different gifts and ideas. It's all outside, so dress for the weather.
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I personally think Union Square is too far from the Freedom Tower and 911 to walk to. Central Park is even further away. In either case you'll be most likely using the subway or taxi. Central Park is close to the Museum... More
I personally think Union Square is too far from the Freedom Tower and 911 to walk to. Central Park is even further away. In either case you'll be most likely using the subway or taxi. Central Park is close to the Museum mile (Met, Moma, Frick, Natural History) and Columbus Circle. Union Square is closer to Greenwich Village, Soho, China Town, Empire State Building, Highline. Rockefeller Center, Times Square, and Broadway are in between the two locations you mentioned. As far as restaurants go, regardless of where you stay, there's an overabundance of places to eat in any price range.