108 East 15th Street
New York, NY 10003

Vineyard Theatre is located in downtown Manhattan in the heart of historic Union Square. Once the theatrical epicenter of New York, Union Square is now home to thriving restaurants, shops, and artistic venues, making it an exciting place to visit. Vineyard Theatre has been a member of the Union Square community for three decades, contributing to the neighborhood’s rich history. Come visit our theatre located at 108 East 15th Street to learn more.


As part of our continued commitment to the health and safety of our patrons, performers, and staff, we are currently enforcing the following health and safety policies:

Vaccination Policy:

Proof of vaccination is not required for audience members. We continue to highly recommend that those who are eligible receive vaccinations based on current CDC guidelines. 

Mask Required Shows:

Updated September 2023: Masks are encouraged but not required. If you prefer to see a show with a fully masked audience, please join us for Mask Required Shows. These masked performances will be listed on each individual show page. Masks will be available for free upon request. 

Cleaning, Sanitation, and Filtration:

We continue to maintain a rigorous cleaning schedule throughout the building, including all restrooms and high-touch areas between performances.

Our HVAC system is fully up to date, and meets all New York State and CDC guidelines for indoor air quality. We have also placed portable HEPA filters throughout the building to maximize air flow and ventilation.


Vineyard Theatres offers several accessibility options to ensure our theatre is welcoming and accessible to all.




Here are a few of our favorites in the area:

TLK – 58 Third Ave (between 11th and 12th)

An Asian inspired, veggie-forward restaurant offering brunch, dinner, and cocktails. They have everything from small
plates to full meals all rotating seasonally. They’re also woman owned and completely gluten free.

Reyna – 11 East 13th Street (between Broadway and 5th Ave)

Featuring a selection of small plates and signature cocktails inspired by the vibrant cuisine across the

Patisserie Fouet – 15 E 13th St (between Broadway and 5th Ave)

Fouet introduces innovative French desserts and pastries with Japanese ingredients and flair. Chef Yoshie Shirakawa and her team invite you to indulge in their unique interpretation on conventional cuisine in a patisserie by day and dessert bar by night.

Friend of a Farmer – 77 Irving Pl (between 18th and 19th St)

Family owned and operated for over 30 years, Friend of a Farmer has served high quality meals, using only local & fresh ingredients, in an atmosphere unlike anywhere else in New York.

Casa Mono & Bar Jamon – 57 Irving Pl (at 17th St)

Casa Mono and its sister restaurant, Bar Jamón are located next to each other on Irving Place and 17th Street, just east of Union Square. Awarded three stars from The New York Times in 2015 and a Michelin Star in 2009 (and every year since), a tapas bar-restaurant inspired by the cooking of Spain’s Costa Brava.

Veniero’s Pasticceria & Caffé —342 E 11th St (between 1st Ave and 2nd Ave)

An Italian bakery that was established in 1894 Frank Sinatra’s pick is famous for its traditional and regional Italian confections, including handmade Italian butter cookies, biscotti, cannoli, sfogliatelle, tiramisù, and its New York staple cheesecake.

abc kitchen – 35 E 18th Street and Broadway
Chic New American food focusing on using local, organic ingredients.

SweetGreen – 101 University Pl @ 12th and University
Make your own salads and bowls with a frequently rotating menu. They do not accept cash, only cards.

Chipotle – 117 E 14th St @ 14th and Irving Pl
We love using the online ordering through their website! You can skip the line during busy times.

Tortaria – 94 University Place and E 12th Street
Fun Mexican restaurant with great outdoor and indoor dining options.

The Grey Dog – 90 University Place and E 12th Street
Classic American fare all day long.

Veselka – 144 2nd Ave and E 9th Street
Classic Ukrainian food with pierogies to die for- featured in Gossip Girl!

Joe’s Pizza – 150 E 14th Street and 3rd Avenue
Grab a slice before (or after) the show!

Amorino Gelato – 60 University Place and E 10th Street
Known for their rose shaped gelato.

Milk Bar – 251 E 13th Street and 2nd Ave
Known for creative cakes and addictive crack pie.

Caffè Panna – 77 Irving Place and E 19th Street
Seasonal sundaes and gelato.

Breads Bakery – 18 E 16th Street and Union Square West
A Vineyard staff favorite. The chocolate babka is to die for!