Time Out says
This public space was a highly desirable address when it opened in 1847, and is now a verdant oasis. It hosts art installations, food festivals and a popular series of summer concerts. The destination is also home to Shake Shack, a summer favorite (as evidenced by the shockingly long lines) for burgers, fries and, of course, shakes.
23rd St to 26th St
|Cross street:||Between Fifth and Madison Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: N, R, 6 to 23rd St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 24hrs|
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One of my favorite spots in the city. You can easily find a seat in this surprisingly quiet Park, considering it's location. And there's a ShakeShack in there as well - what more could you ask for?!
Located near the Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park is a small park with plenty of shade and some grassy areas to sit on. There is usually some large art installment in the center. The dog runs are always busy and fun to watch. Plenty of places to eat nearby, and there is a Shake Shack within the park as well. Small playground for the kids as well. To me, its a smaller version of the park at Union Square.
Madison Park is a green reprieve that sits in a central location across from the Flatiron building. It's surrounded by delicious eateries like Eataly, Beecher's Handmade Cheese and occasionally a pop-up food market. Madison Square Park usually features some art installation (or a few), and it's home to Shake Shack, which always has a huge line. There's grass to sit on, dog runs, plenty of park benches, and a beautiful stone circle where street performers will set up, including a guy who drags in an entire piano to play for the masses. Madison Square is great way to take a break after walking around the city the whole day.