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Herald Square

  1. pedestrian plazas
    The Broadway Pedestrian Plazas Near Times Square Are Getting a MakeoverNew trees, new lighting, new water fountains.
  2. The Chain Gang
    New York’s First Real Chick-fil-A Will Be in Herald SquareThe chain promises a three-story, 5,000-square-foot outpost.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at Stella 34, Bringing Jonathan Benno-Approved Pizza and Gelato toA much-needed addition to the neighborhood.
  4. Openings
    What to Eat at Stella 34, Bringing Jonathan Benno-Approved Pizza and Gelato toA much-needed addition to the neighborhood.
  5. loose threads
    Zooey Deschanel Loves Prada’s ‘Intellect’; Herald Square Scares ShoppersPlus, American Eagle’s Israeli debut, new TOMS flats launched overnight, and more fashion news.
  6. Openings
    Ultrahip the Liberty to Launch In, Yes, Herald SquareFrom depressing to dapper?
  7. neighborhood news
    Plans for 34th Street Pedestrian Plaza ScuttledYay! Now you can still smoke outside of Sbarro!
  8. Openings
    Mini-Mart Madness: Sunac Brings the ‘Fancy Food,’ 7-Eleven Brings7-Eleven continues its inexorable advance.
  9. Mediavore
    More Alfresco in Times Square; Big, Expensive Restaurants Still OpeningPlus: The Amish Market will pay out back wages and a new role for organic certifiers, all in our morning-news roundup.
  10. Empire Building
    Chodorow Strikes AgainJC is planning to ‘operate the restaurant and two bars in a multi-level, 20,000 square foot venue.’
  11. Openings
    Colicchio Opens Two New ’Wichcrafts: Small Potatoes?Bigger news may lie ahead.
  12. Top Chef
    Tom Tom ClubTom Colicchio will appear on Martha Stewart’s radio show and open a new ‘wichcraft in Herald Square.
  13. in other news
    Macy’s Hosts Your Holiday After-partyMacy’s announced this week that they are going to keep eight of their locations, including the Herald Square flagship store, open at all hours of the day and night from December 21 to Christmas Eve. From the Staten Island Advance: Shoppers will be greeted with the ongoing sales Macy’s has been holding since Black Friday, said spokeswoman Elina Kazan. “The most important thing about being open 24 hours is that it makes shopping convenient to people with different schedules,” she said. “This gives everyone a little extra time.” Company officials have been planning the shopping marathon for months to ensure there is enough manpower and merchandise. Everyone is saying this is so nice of Macy’s to open the store so everyone, no matter what their time constraints, has a chance to shop. Now, once all the crowds have gone for the day, customers will be able to wade through the dunes of scattered merchandise in peace. What a great Christmas present. And just think of all the homeless people who will have a nice bed of jumbled merino V-neck sweaters! At Macy’s, A Shopping Marathon [SI Advance]
  14. The Orange Line
    Riding the Orange Line: Herald Square’s Unforgotten Hash BarWe’re riding the B and V from Coney Island all the way to Forest Hills, jumping off frequently to rave about our favorite restaurants and food stores near the subway. Herald Square, with its discount stores and the horrific Manhattan Mall, is merely an obstacle between you and MSG. But snake your way through the grim and random maze of cut-rate merchandise and defeated-looking office workers, and you’ll find yourself at Keens Steakhouse, one of the city’s last bastions of hash.