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Dining at Hyatt Union Square New York

Dining in Union Square

Dining in Union Square

Hyatt Union Square New York is home to 3 incredible eateries, designed, conceptualized, and executed by well-respected restaurateur chefs Jo-Ann Makovitzky and Marco A. Moreira. Their other local ventures include the elegant Tocqueville, and 2013 Michelin Star recipient, 15 East. Both focus on seasonal high quality ingredients, memorable wine and sake lists and remarkable service.

The Fourth

The Fourth The Fourth serves as an exciting multifaceted dining destination that brings together the Union Square's elegance with East Village’s edgy, creative appeal. Open virtually all day, The Fourth offers patrons an American interpretation of the classic European Brasserie with a lively downtown vibe. The menu includes sophisticated small bites, communal plates made for sharing, house-made pastas, and farm fresh meat and seafood entrees.

The Fourth is a functional yet sleek 5,000 square foot space boasting two levels and 25-foot ceilings. The dining room is adorned with a massive roughhewn timber trellis, an over-scaled herringbone patterned marble floor, and wide French doors for open-air dining. The 100-seat dining room, with striking white columns, polished red plaster, and smoked bronze glass, offers three seating areas: a café with a European-style espresso bar, a 24-seat communal/bar dining space with “benches for two”, and an elegantly elevated 45-seat dining room for a more formal dining experience.

Singl Lounge in Union Square

Singl

A truly singular experience, Singl features an array of more than just single-malt Scotches and a cellar of vintage wines, expertly paired with small bites for mingling. Set in our grand lobby, vaulted ceilings, wooden chandeliers, exposed brick, black oak, and leather furniture fill the space with a sharply modern atmosphere.

Botequim in Union Square

Botequim

Tucked away downstairs like a speakeasy of yesteryear is Botequim restaurant, a lively culinary and wine-centric restaurant featuring the flavors of south America in small and large plates, a secret treat for those “in the know.” Specializing in unique takes on Latin plates, the space is rustically urban, with wood paneled walls, graffiti-style art, and an enticingly aromatic open kitchen.To open in the spring.