Judd Foundation maintains and preserves Donald Judd's New York home and work spaces, an entire loft building in SoHo. The first floor is used as a changing gallery space, the second through fifth floors contain the remains of Judd's living and working spaces, sparingly arranged with a number of works or art by himself. This a great opportunity to see the interior of a great cast-iron building, and a window into the mind and life of an influential artist. 101 Spring St
When you step out of the train station at Union Square, the sight and smells will definitely make you smile! Union Square green market has an excellent assortment of seasonal fruits & vegetables from farmers across the tri-state area. There are breads, cheeses, fish & meats - so you can pick up an entire meal. North and West sides of Union Square Park [map]
This location open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays year-round
Market Hours: 8:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m.
The first thing you notice when you enter is the creative decor. The interior is made to look like the inside of a yacht, and the attention to detail is so good that you might actually think that you're in a real boat (minus the swaying...) As for food, the menu was excellent, it may be hard to choose what you want. Try the lobster bisque or seaweed crusted tuna or tuna tartare or miso glazed salmon... there is a sushi menu and raw bar as well. The signature cocktails are fan
Danny Meyer... need I say more? Union Square Cafe is an experience like non other. From the decor of cherrywood, forest-green wainscoting and a colorful collection of paintings to the incredible food! USC serves mouth- watering staples like ricotta gnocchi and tuna burgers. As well as new dishes that fit effortlessly with the oldies: Pastas like candele tubes sweetened with carrot and spiced with Fresno chilies and pappardelle ribbons slick with a rich sugo of duck and chant