2011 - Spotlight Businesses of the Month
Trinity Place Bar & Restaurant has been a popular downtown Manhattan restaurant since opening in 2006.
MarkJoseph Steakhouse is one of the latest New York City businesses to join the Signs of Support initiative.
The New York City Food Truck Association, headed by President David Weber, has joined the 9/11 Memorial's Signs of Support business initiative.
For several years, Lewis Foods, Inc. has been a strong supporter of the 9/11 Memorial and an enthusiastic member of the Signs of Support initiative.
Patrick Briscoe, 13, started a penny-fundraising campaign to raise enough money to sponsor a cobblestone at the 9/11 Memorial on behalf of his hometown of Newtown, Conn.
A committed group of Chicago businesses, both small and large, are proud benefactors of the Signs of Support campaign.
Spring has sprung, and Whole Foods is your place to find the freshest produce and wholesome food choices.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum has many reasons to recognize the Alliance for Downtown New York (ADNY) as the April 2011 Spotlight Business.
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Boasting fantastic views of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty, Merchants River House is the new restaurant in town enjoyed by lower Manhattan families and tourists alike.