Judy Rifka features alongside Frank Stella and Claes Oldenburg in new Union Square Cafe

Cafe and art collection have relocated from East 16th Street to the corner of Park Avenue South and East 19th

New York City, April 25, 2017

 

New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells discusses reopening of the Union Square Cafe and highlights its art collection featuring works by Frank Stella, Claes Oldenburg and Judy Rifka:

 

" In December, after a year out of operation, Danny Meyer’s first and most formative restaurant had been transferred from its original address on East 16th Street to the corner of Park Avenue South and East 19th. The woman had been transferred, too; a regular at the old location, she had some pointed questions about a certain item on the menu."

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"The art collection has come along for the ride, too, and one of the pleasures of the Rockwell layout is the way you seem to bump into a Frank Stella or a Claes Oldenburg or a Judy Rifka every time you turn around."

 

The entire New York Times article can be found here.

 

 

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April 25, 2017