During the holidays, Bryant Park morphs into a winter wonderland replete with Christmas markets, bookable igloos, an iceless curling café, and an ice-skating rink.
There is perhaps nothing more synonymous with Christmas in New York than the Radio City Rockettes and their Annual Christmas Spectacular.
If we had to imagine what the North Pole and Santa’s workshop looked like, it would probably be similar to Rolf’s German Restaurant.
While most travelers know to visit the various holiday displays scattered throughout Manhattan, few know to check out Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights neighborhood.
Enter Santa’s Secret, a new immersive experience and speakeasy offering live music and performances, including holiday-themed burlesque and cabaret.
Inspired by the new movie The Santa Clauses, this winter pop-up has arrived in New York at Watermark.
Venture beyond New York City, and you’ll discover a world completely contrasting with the bustling streets of the five boroughs.
On the opposite side of the spectrum from Santa’s Secret is Macy’s Santaland, a family-friendly tradition where you can take the kiddos to meet old Saint Nick in the flesh.
Thankfully, there’s no shortage of hot chocolates to choose from, whether you want a simple hot cocoa topped with whipped cream or one that’s a bit more extraordinary.
In the winter, New York’s restaurants all seem to outdo each other by transforming their eateries into winter wonderlands.
If you’re coming to New York for the holiday season, you must swing by Rockefeller Center in Manhattan.
Year-round, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens is an oasis that starkly contrasts with the rest of the city.