Macy's Union Square offers a variety of dining options to consider when looking for a break while shopping.

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Macy's Union Square
August 23, 2018

Dining Tastes and Delights at Macy's Union Square

Macy's is not only known for its broad range of stylish merchandise and goods, but also for its delicious and varied in-store eateries. Macy's Union Square offers a variety of dining options attracting visitors for creative, contemporary dishes prepared by noted chefs and establishments to consider when looking for a break while shopping. Choose between favorite tourist draws at a sit-down restaurant or grab a bite a one of many casual, on-the-go options while exploring the jewel of Union Square.

The Cheesecake Factory (8th floor)

Speaking of cheesecake...you can opt for the palace of the dessert choice. Known for a long menu of its namesake varieties, The Cheesecake Factory is also popular for an extensive globally-inspired menu of appetizers, snacks, salads, entrees, and much more, having been voted as America's favorite casual-dining restaurant by Nation's Restaurant News readers in a 2016 survey.  Dine indoors or outdoors, where you'll witness stunning panoramic views of Union Square from Macy's rooftop. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Saturday and Sunday brunch service.

Burger Bar (6th floor)

Burger Bar offers "the ultimate burger experience & more". Local celebrity chef Hubert Keller presents inventive takes on classic American foods with creative menu selections and unconventional concoctions. Options include the World's Hottest Burger, made with black angus and both habanero and jalapeno peppers, the Hubert Keller Burger with buffalo meat and blue cheese, the Rossini Burger with Kobe-style wagu beef, fois gras, and shaved black truffles . You can also customize your own burger with a wide range of toppings and proteins. Save room for a sweet dessert-style burger, such as the Creamy Cheesecake Burger, featuring cheesecake, pineapple, and strawberries nestled between donut halves. Needless to say, come hungry!

Wine Bar (3rd floor)

The Wine Bar offers a selection of Napa Valley wines on tap and by the taste, half-glass, and glass with an ever-changing assortment of classics and trending vineyards. This is a great meeting spot to experience the flavors of wine country without leaving Union Square.

Pinkberry (1st floor)

You'll find the famed tart frozen yogurt created with real milk, real yogurt, and fresh fruit ingredients that taste as good as they are for you. Enjoy over 30 flavors of frozen yogurt that you can top with an assortment of fruit, candy, and nut toppings.

Wolfgang Puck Pizza (cellar level)

The famed chef is renowned for a culinary empire of restaurants, branded kitchenware, catering, books, TV appearances and more. His signature specialty pizzas are a must-try at his casual eateries, including the Macy's Union Square location. Along with soups, salads, and sandwiches, including gluten-free options, the menu will satisfy your craving during a shopping break. Wolfgang Puck also offers Happy Hour deals no-to-miss.

Cellar Level Food Court

The lower level offers many other options to grab a quick bite in Macy's. Build your own sandwiches and salads at Subway, get a freshly blended smoothie at Jamba Juice, enjoy a scoop of ice cream at Ben & Jerry's, or stay warm with a bowl of clam chowder in a sourdough French bread bowl from Boudin Sourdough Bakery & Cafe.

For more on Macy's Union Square's dining and general information, visit Macy's online here.

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