Sue’s Tech Kitchen is a tech-fueled wonderland for the mouth and the mind. Envisioned by bestselling author and serial entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg, designed by a NASA scientist, and featuring technologies from all corners of the modern imagination, Sue's Tech Kitchen offers a STEM-inspired adventure for the whole family that empowers kids to engage with tomorrow’s technologies and revolutionizes family dining in the process.
Sue’s Tech Kitchen is launching its 2018 National Tour in New York City with a Holiday SpecTECHular that will inspire and delight guests of all ages in a wintry wonderland full of delicious treats and exciting tech experiences, including a high-tech food court, a tech toy play zone and gift area, a lively STEM performance stage, and a cutting-edge VR-cade.
Family hours, special date night experiences, outreach events for underserved communities, and VIP appearances and performances will make it an event not to be missed by everyone from the young to the young at heart this holiday season.
There are 3 ways to experience the fun of Sue's Holiday SpecTECHular.
Sue’s Tech Kitchen is a great place for birthday parties, holiday parties, team outings, and more! For event requests contact us here.
Stay tuned for details about a very special New Year's Eve celebration coming to Sue's.
Situated within NYC's new tech hub on Roosevelt Island at The Bridge at Cornell Tech, Sue’s Holiday SpecTECHular is easily accessible by all forms of transportation.
Take the F train to the Roosevelt Island stop. The campus is a five minute walk south from the subway station. Plan your trip...
Roosevelt Island’s Aerial Tramway spans the East River, connecting Roosevelt Island to the Upper East Side in Manhattan, and offers stunning views to passengers. From Manhattan, board the Tramway at 59th Street & 2nd Avenue. Learn more...
Roosevelt Island is accessible by bike via the Roosevelt Island Bridge from 36th Avenue in Queens. Both the Tram and the subway also permit bikes.
Roosevelt Island is accessible by car via the Roosevelt Island Bridge from 36th Avenue in Queens. From Manhattan, take the 59th Street Bridge, Midtown Tunnel, or the Triborough Bridge into Queens for the Roosevelt Island Bridge. From Brooklyn, take the Brooklyn Queens Expressway to the Pulaski Bridge into Queens for the Roosevelt Island Bridge. Get directions...
The Q102 bus operates between Queens and Roosevelt Island. Once on Roosevelt Island, the Roosevelt Island free Red Buss runs north-south to most points on the island. The Red Bus runs every 15 minutes except during rush hours, when there is one every few minutes.
Access Roosevelt Island via the NYC Ferry’s Astoria route, operating between Astoria and downtown Manhattan. Stops include Astoria, Roosevelt Island, Long Island City, East 34th Street, and Wall Street/Pier 11. Ferries run every 25 minutes. Purchase tickets through the NYC Ferry app, ticket booth at Pier 11/Wall Street, and onboard. Learn more...
Sue’s Tech Kitchen comes to NYC thanks to the generous support of Lyrical Partners, The Spaghetti Project, Jeff and Erica Keswin, The Bridge at Cornell Tech, Forest City, and Skylight Studios.
An exclusive sneak peek of the treats, attractions, and tech toys under development for Sue's Tech Kitchen is coming to cities and towns everywhere. After a successful premiere pop-up in Chattanooga, TN, Sue's Tech Kitchen will be launching its national tour in 2018! Stay tuned for more details to be announced soon and sign up to be the first to know when Sue's will be in your neighborhood!