The Flatiron District is a residential area of Manhattan with beautiful views of Madison Square Park and the famous Flatiron Building built in 1902. The neighborhood and the surrounding area boast several top-of-the-line restaurants, boutiques, museums and lounges. The Flatiron District preserves architecture from the early 20th century and “The Gilded Age,” with over 400 pre-war buildings. It is centrally located just steps away from Chelsea, Union Square, Herald Square and Greenwich Village.
As one of the oldest parts of the city, art is nearly everywhere you look. From the cobblestone streets to the 18th-century brownstones lining the side streets, the Flatiron District is an architectural marvel in and of itself.
Whether you prefer fine dining or casual fare, the Flatiron District has something for everyone. You’ll find some of the city’s most popular restaurants and cuisines, from Italian to vegetarian to Pan-Asian. Bustling during the day with businesspeople and humming at night with residents looking for the next great spot, Flatiron is a great dining destination at all hours.