Nick Valenti and Patina Restaurant Group debut two exciting new dining destinations at one below at Macy’s Herald Square this holiday season, following the success of Stella 34 Trattoria. Rowland’s Bar and Grill will serve modern American gastropub cuisine in an atmosphere inspired by turn of the century New York. Named for Macy’s founder Rowland Hussey (R.H.) Macy, the restaurant builds upon his magnanimous character. R.H. Macy was born on Nantucket, and Rowland’s pays tribute to that heritage with seafood specialties including Smoked Fish Chowder and Sea Bream with Parsley Salsa Verde. Also featured is American fare popular in New York since the 1850s, when Macy moved to the city and established his dry goods business. Chef Street brings the popular food truck trend indoors, with four chef-driven, fast-casual dining concepts within Airstream-style trailers: Taquitoria, Crumb on Parchment, Tabo Noodles, and Rollie’s. The striking space, where cooks in each trailer prepare the food fresh to order, evokes a modern vintage style.