NYC Restaurant Week has begun! From now through Sunday, August 22, participating restaurants will offer lunch and dinner options (entrée + one side) for $21 or $39. Additionally, this year select restaurants will have a Signature Dining Experience (three courses or more) for $125, and outdoor dining options are available. Click here to learn more and see a list of participating restaurants in Lincoln Square. Photo credit: NYC & Company
Final Week of Free Opera Streams
After 70 weeks and 112 different operas, The Metropolitan Opera series of free Nightly Opera Streams has reached its grand finale. This week, through Sunday, July...
Wine After Work
Sometimes the best way to end a weekday after work is to enjoy a nice glass of wine and some delicious small bites together. Take your friends or your coworkers out to...
Register for the 2021 Dalcroze Summer Intensive
The Kaufman Music Center’s Dalcroze Summer Intensive is returning to the Lucy Moses School beginning Monday, August 9. Whether you’re a seasoned performer...
Where to Grab a Slice or Pie in Lincoln Square
New York City is known for its pizza, and Lincoln Square is home to eateries that serve pretty great slices! Next time you’re craving a slice or pie, check out one of the...
Stream Lincoln Center Theater's The Wolves

Now Open 7 Days a Week: Bar Boulud

Happy Hour Returns at Momofuku Noodle Bar

Now on Display at Lincoln Center: Faces of the Hero

Dinner for Two from
The Smith

Kiehl's: Free 5 Step Glow Routine with $75+ Purchase

Coming Soon:
DiDi Dumpling

Sale at Ted Baker - Now Through 7.31.21

Mobile Blood Drive at Lincoln Center 8.4.21

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

Get Vaccinated Today!
COVID-19 cases are on the rise, especially among unvaccinated individuals. Anyone 12 years and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine for free. Click here to find a vaccine site near you.
MEND NYC Business Mediation Webinar 7.21.21
MEND NYC, a citywide initiative that provides free mediation and conflict resolution services to address a number of neighborhood disputes that impact New Yorkers, is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, July 21 at 4:00pm for businesses. Click here to RSVP for the webinar.
Cyclists to Be Detoured in Section of Riverside Park on Weeknights
To ensure safety during upcoming overnight construction in Riverside Park South, the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation has announced that it will temporarily direct cyclists from the greenway to the park’s waterfront pedestrian path between 59th and 72nd Streets Monday through Friday after 8:00pm. The temporary reroute is expected to run for approximately two weeks.
Update on Alcohol Service on City Sidewalks and Roadways
Since June 2020, Governor Cuomo's Executive Order has allowed for the service of alcoholic beverages on contiguous and non-contiguous outdoor municipal property by SLA licensees with on premises retail privileges. Under a law signed by the Governor on Wednesday, July 7, that service permission has been extended for one year. Learn more here.
NYS Airborne Infectious Disease Prevention Plans
The NYS Department of Labor published the Airborne Infectious Disease Exposure Prevention Standard and a Model Airborne Infectious Disease Prevention Plan. Private employers have until Thursday, August 5 to adopt the NYS Model Plan or establish an alternative plan that meets the Prevention Standard's minimum requirements.
NYC Vaccine Referral Bonus
Through the NYC Vaccine Referral Bonus, the City is making up to $4,000,000 of direct payments available to civic, faith, tenant and other associations for referring their community members to receive the vaccine. Approved organizations will receive $100 for every individual they refer that receives their first vaccine dose at a City-run vaccination site. Learn more and apply here.