It’s time for some fun in the sun, and with bars and restaurants opening with safety measures in place, we can eat, drink and be merry once again. For everyone wishing to take a break from Covid-19, The Winslow is waiting for you.
Conveniently located less than two blocks from Union Square and Stuyvesant Park, The Winslow Gin House & Eatery is serving up summer fun in a glass for everyone wanting to take a break from there day to day life. This English style bar has outdoor seating, a menu to die for, and a friendly staff ready and raring to serve you and your friends. The Winslow is the only place where you will want to spend time this summer.
For those of you who wish to still enjoy a bite to eat but want to avoid city life, Stuyvesant Park is close by with large open spaces that are perfect for picnics. Pick up food with The Winslow’s contactless takeout option and then head to Stuyvesant to eat and drink with your friends.
Come Celebrate with Your Friends
It’s Summer, and The Winslow Gin House & Eatery is open for business. What to get together with friends? Come on over to The Winslow.
Under the strict safety regulations in New York, The Winslow has made it safe to dine with them. Whether it’s just you and a friend looking for a beautiful place to eat or nine of your closest friends looking to celebrate the end of quarantine, The Winslow is excited to host you. Their outdoor seating area makes it safe for diners in groups between 6 to 10 to dine together without breaking social distancing rules. For everyone who does not want to risk contact with other diners, takeout orders are also an option.
Take your Winslow Burgers, cheese curds, and gin & tonics with you as you wander down to your local park and get your daily dose of vitamin D. The closest and best park to picnic in is Stuyvesant Square Park.
Plan to Play and Picnic in the Park
Want to spend some time outside with your friends? Stuyvesant Square Park is a must-see. You can enjoy the afternoon sun there as you dine on scotch eggs and gin cocktails from The Winslow Gin House and Eatery.
With large canopy trees over many of its seating areas and wide-open spaces at its heart, Stuyvesant Square Park is perfect for rest and relaxation. Located in Manhattan, it is one of the few quiet places left in the big city. In 1836 Peter Gerard Stuyvesant, sold four acres of his family farm to the city of New York, provided that the land becomes a public park. This great act of generosity later became the catalyst for Stuyvesant Square Park’s surrounding district to be developed.
We’re all in this together, so let’s go outside and get our daily dose of vitamin D. We can walk to The Winslow, pick up some great food and drinks, and spend our time in the park.