After opening several take-out restaurants during the pandemic, PF Chang’s is significantly expanding its presence in New York with a new flagship restaurant in Union Square in Manhattan.
The news, first reported by the EVGrieve blog and WhatNowNewYork, will mark the brand’s first full-service location in the city. It will be located at 113 University Place in Manhattan, near 13th Street, where a sign has already appeared. It joins locations in the Financial District and Midtown East and signage for a yet unopened location in Hell’s Kitchen.
“PF Chang’s is excited to continue its nationwide growth with a fourth flagship location set to open in New York’s Union Square later this year, likely by this fall,” the company said in a statement. at Thrillist. “The full-service location will complement our existing PF Chang’s To Go locations in the city. Together, the Flagship and PF Chang’s To Go offer our customers the opportunity to experience our fine Asian cuisine in a way that fits their lifestyle, schedule and occasion.”
As the release notes, there’s no official opening date yet, but the flagship location is reportedly spanning multiple floors and over 4,000 square feet. It joins chains like Jollibee, Raising Cane’s and Bojangles in a New York area expansion.
While you’re getting ready to eat, check out Thrillist’s guide to PF Chang’s best menu items.