Located just steps from Union Square Park and a busy shopping strip of 5th Avenue, a trip to the Lion Brand Yarn Studio can also be a trip to explore the dining and shopping options in the area. We’ve listed just a few of the places around us that you may want to check out.
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Dining in the Area
- Think Coffee, 568 6th Avenue (between West 15th Street and West 16th Street)
- Le Cafe Coffee, 7 East 14th Street (between 5th Avenue and Union Square West)
- City Bakery, 3 West 18th Street (at 5th Avenue)
- Pret à Manger, 857 Broadway (at East 17th Street)
- Starbucks, 510 6th Avenue (at West 14th Street)
- Chat and Chew, 10 East 16th Street (between 5th Avenue and Union Square West)
- Laut, 15 East 17th Street (between Broadway and 5th Avenue)
- Lillie’s, 13 East 17th Street (between Broadway and 5th Avenue)
- Hu Kitchen, 78 5th Avenue (between 14th and 13th streets)
- Blue Water Grill, 31 Union Square West (at East 16th Street)
- Rosa Mexicano, 9 East 18th Street (between Broadway and 5th Avenue)
- Union Square Café, 101 E. 19th St. (at Park Avenue South)
- ABC Kitchen, 35 East 18th Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South)
Things to Do in the Area
We are conveniently located near historic Union Square Park, home to a world-famous Greenmarket and a beautiful, tree-filled park. For more information about goings-on in and around Union Square, visit UnionSquareNYC.org. For tips on yarncrafting outdoors, click here to check out a helpful blog post.
Want to discover more parks in our area? Click here for a blog post on our 5 favorite parks for yarncrafting.
There are also many clothing and accessory stores lining 5th Avenue, just steps from LBYS, including 7 for All Mankind, Anthropologie, Banana Republic, Bebe, Club Monaco, Coach, Daffy’s, Gap, H&M, J. Crew, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Loft, Paul Smith, White House/Black Market, and more.
For other local attractions within walking distance, consider the world famous Chelsea Market (a diverse food hall), the Rubin Museum of Art, NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, the High Line (the popular park built on an old elevated train track), or Eataly (a sprawling Italian market with many restaurants).