Lincoln Square, the gateway to New York's Upper West Side, is located just north of Times Square and stretches from Columbus Circle at 59th Street and Broadway to 70th Street. We are here to ensure that your visit to Lincoln Square is safe and enjoyable. Look for our BID’s uniformed Public Safety Officers, who are also our Neighborhood Ambassadors. They are here to help you find a restaurant, a store, or any other destination. Just ask them and they will try to assist you.
Late spring through early fall, we operate two information carts stocked with maps, calendars and listings, and other informational material about events and opportunities in Lincoln Square, as well as throughout the city. Stop by and say hello at our Richard Tucker Park location (Broadway between 65th and 66th) or by the Columbus Circle subway station.
Our helpful Lincoln Square Map and Guide lists everything that’s here and shows you where to find it, Where to Eat in Lincoln Square, our dining directory, highlights the plethora of dining options in the neighborhood, classified by cuisine type and price range, and Where to Shop in Lincoln Square is your helpful guide to the neighborhood's shops and boutiques. All three are available at many shops and cultural organizations in the neighborhood, at our Neighborhood Information Carts, as well as at tourist offices around the City.